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Maoist Era Upheaval and Political Interest in China

This paper bridges research on political generations with work into the legacy of traumatic experiences. Specifically, we argue that periods of systemic societal upheaval engender durable political generations. We test this theoretical expectation in …

The Power of History: How A Victimization Narrative Shapes National Identity and Public Opinion in China

We study the effect of a victimization narrative on national identity and public opinion in China using an experimental approach. Previous studies suggest that governments can guide public opinion by shaping citizens' collective memory on historical …

Active but Apolitical: How does Return Migration Shape Political Efficacy and Participation?

What could happen when a large group of migrants return from the host city to home community? How are returning migrants different from their fellows who did not migrate? The existing literature focuses on socioeconomic differences. We instead …