Hong Kong People Working on the Mainland: A Force for Integration?. A Preliminary Report by the CCTR-Zhongshan University Research Team 28 April 2010. Defining Identity Shift. Several ways to measure “Identity” and “Identity Change:”
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Hong Kong People Working on the Mainland: A Force for Integration?
A Preliminary Report by the CCTR-Zhongshan University Research Team
28 April 2010
Matrix of Identity Change After Moving to Mainland
Table 1: China’s Rise Makes Most Chinese People Feel Proud
Identity and patriotism are related
Higher score means more critical views of the quality of Individual Rights and Freedoms in the ML
Ability to Become a Service Oriented Government in 3-5 years
Chi-Square = p < 0.09, Pearson’s R = 0.131, p < 0.05
Mode of Adaptation and Current Perception of Government Efficiency
Pearson Chi-Square, p<.01, Pearson R = .118, p<.07
Mode of Adaptation and Views on Severity of Inequality in Mainland
Chi-Square, p<.05; R=-.127, p<.06
Easier to Affect Government Policy in HK or ML?
Chi-Square: p<.001, Pearson R = .131, p<.05