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AOPSSS #9 “Through the Looking Glass: How Mainland Chinese see the Hong Kong Protests”

In our ninth AOPSSS session, Dimitar Gueorguiev (Syracuse) and Dongshu Liu (City University of Hong Kong). Their paper shows that protester violence has little impact on public opinion when protests are framed in terms of more radical, separatist agendas. [PaperSlidesMark R. Beissinger (Princeton), Graeme Robertson (UNC), and Sarah A. Soule (Stanford) provided in-depth, insightful comments on a variety of theoretical and conceptual issues. Other participants offered a range of suggestions about the research design. Looking forward to seeing this paper published and cited by the contentious politics community!

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