The influence of Authoritarianism: Democratic Support among First and Second-Generation Immigrants in Australia
As liberal democracies tighten membership criteria for citizenship and place greater expectations on new immigrants to adopt liberal values of democracy, this paper examines whether this is necessary if democracy support is determined by other factors other than one�s political background. The paper�s main focus is on the children of immigrants born in authoritarian regimes. While previous research has shown that pre-migration socialization in authoritarian regimes influence immigrants�...[Show more]
|Collections||Australian Political Studies Association (APSA) Conference (2011)|
ANU Research Publications
|Source:||Proceedings of APSA Conference 2011: Crisis, Uncertainty and Democracy|
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