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Vol.33-1(April.2018)"Cognitive Dissonance and Changes in External Political Efficacy: A Panel Study of Chinese Students Studying in Taiwan"
Abstract: Does studying in a democratic country elicit cognitive dissonance in students from communist countries and lead to changes in their political attitudes? This study recruited subjects from among Chinese students studying in Taiwan and adopted a panel study to explore the changes in the external political efficacy of these students. On the basis of cognitive dissonance theory, rational choice, social identity, and political socialization theories were combined to create a theoretical model. The results showed that the mean external political efficacy of all students was significantly lowered by 0.18 units on a scale of 1 to 4. The proposed regression model explained 26.87 percent of the variance in the degree of changes in external political efficacy. Four hypotheses were empirically supported.
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다음글 Vol.33-1(April.2018)"Mobility of Highly Skilled Retirees from Japan to Korea and Taiwan"
이전글 Vol.33-1(April.2018)"Yasukuni and Hiroshima in Clash? War and Peace Museums in Contemporary Japan"