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How do South Koreans respond to government corruption? Evidence from experiments

Yap, O. Fiona


How do South Korean citizens respond to government corruption? Various fields of studies conclude that South Korean citizens are unlikely to challenge government corruption, much less join others to demand government accountability for corruption. Yet, empirical evidence such as the protest rallies following the Sewol tragedy suggests otherwise. We investigate how South Koreans respond through experiments. The results show participants: (a) choose to challenge the government; (b) and join...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2016
Type: Journal article
Source: Korea Observer


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