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Ideology and party identification
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Post Posted: Wed Oct 14, 2009 3:38 pm 
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It is unknown to me what sort of political coloring Koreans have..For instance when we think of the Liberal v Conservative and/or Leftist v Rightist continuum we imagine people aligning themselves to either of the two (in this case 4 items)..Having this in mind I wish to inquire into the following: how do Koreans think about politics and their leaders; how do they perceive the political messages ? in terms of liberal/conservative or leftist-centre-right..?
thank you in advance...


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