Twenty years after 1997, political parties in Hong Kong are still underdeveloped. The hybrid regime has posed major constraints, as there are no governing parties, and democratic development is slow. The parties have also found it difficult to respond to value changes toward radicalization, a new political identity, and post-materialism, with support shifting to new movement groups.
Party Underdevelopment in Hong Kong: Hybrid Constraints and Value Changes
Ma Ngok is Associate Professor in the Department of Government and Public Administration, Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is the author of Political Development in Hong Kong: State, Political Society, and Civil Society (Hong Kong University Press, 2007). Email: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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Ngok MA; Party Underdevelopment in Hong Kong: Hybrid Constraints and Value Changes. Asian Survey 1 June 2018; 58 (3): 416–438. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/as.2018.58.3.416
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