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Understanding Support for Internet Censorship in China: An Elaboration of the Theory of Reasoned Action
Unformatted Document Text:  RUNNING HEAD: Understanding Support for Internet Censorship in China 12 traditional filial piety and chances of children growing up to be more authoritarian, dogmatic, and conforming, lending readily to personality traits characterized by authoritarian moralism and cognitive conservatism (see also Ho, 1994). An essential function of family norm is to create a sharing of concept- and socio-orientation among family members, a passage of socialization vital for the formulation of worldviews of children (Ritchie & Fitzpatrick, 1990). Even though the role of children could vary dramatically on the passivity-activity continuum depending on family communication patterns, parental influence has been shown to predispose children for political participation (or the lack of which) in their later life (Chaffee, McLeod, & Wackman, 1973; Meadowcroft, 1986). Guided by previous research, we have reasons for expecting an intimate positive relationship between favorable evaluations of government policies and a strong Confucianism family ideology, represented by intrusive parental attempts to make important decisions on behalf of their children. To a considerable extent, the way parents discipline their children may shape the latter’s worldviews, including attitudes to government policies. Planned Parenthood The one child policy in China, which has been implemented with notorious ruthlessness, has entered its fourth decade. The profound social impact the policy engenders on the nation as a whole has nontrivial personal implications in children’s psyche as well as their social skill development (Chow & Zhao, 1996; Short & Zhai, 1998). Observations and critiques of parental overindulgence are a staple in news reporting and academic studies. Chow and Zhao (1996) described the rampant

Authors: Feng, Guangchao.
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RUNNING HEAD: Understanding Support for Internet Censorship in China 
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traditional filial piety and chances of children growing up to be more authoritarian, 
dogmatic, and conforming, lending readily to personality traits characterized by 
authoritarian moralism and cognitive conservatism (see also Ho, 1994). An essential 
function of family norm is to create a sharing of concept- and socio-orientation among 
family members, a passage of socialization vital for the formulation of worldviews of 
children (Ritchie & Fitzpatrick, 1990). Even though the role of children could vary 
dramatically on the passivity-activity continuum depending on family communication 
patterns, parental influence has been shown to predispose children for political 
participation (or the lack of which) in their later life (Chaffee, McLeod, & Wackman, 
expecting an intimate positive relationship between favorable evaluations of 
government policies and a strong Confucianism family ideology, represented by 
intrusive parental attempts to make important decisions on behalf of their children. To 
a considerable extent, the way parents discipline their children may shape the latter’s 
worldviews, including attitudes to government policies. 
Planned Parenthood 
The one child policy in China, which has been implemented with notorious 
ruthlessness, has entered its fourth decade. The profound social impact the policy 
engenders on the nation as a whole has nontrivial personal implications in children’s 
psyche as well as their social skill development (Chow & Zhao, 1996Short & Zhai, 
1998). Observations and critiques of parental overindulgence are a staple in news 
reporting and academic studies. Chow and Zhao (1996) described the rampant 


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