M. Rosemary Pang

M. Rosemary Pang
University of Massachusetts Amherst | UMass Amherst · Data Analytics and Computational Social Science

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Introduction
M. Rosemary Pang is currently a PhD student from Political Science and Social Data Analitics dural degree at Pennsylvania State University. Rosemary does research in Comparative Authoritarianism, regime survival, and research method. Her most recent publication is 'The Rise and Fall of Electoral Democracy: A Social Evolutionary Approach to Direct Election Experiments in Local China'.

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Rationale Black Lives Matter (BLM) is a social movement against systematic injustice and police violence toward Black people whose goal is to ensure their safety and the expression of their culture. As BLM gained momentum, counter-movements emerged, such as All Lives Matter (ALM), White Lives Matter (WLM), and Blue Lives Matter (BlueLM). Because th...
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This paper analyzes the emergence and evolution of direct elections (DE) for officials at township-level government in China using social evolutionary theory. The explanations provided by existing research using modernization theory or rational choice theory are not sufficient for fully understanding innovation and change of grassroots democratic i...

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