experience and knowledge. Lastly, I am grateful to all the survey respondents for providing valuable opinions. Table of Contents Introduction P. 4 Research Objectives and Focus Questions P. 5 Methodology P. 6 - 7 Literature Review P. 8 Findings and Analysis P. 9 - 21 Conclusion P. 22 Reflections P. 23 Bibliography and References P. 24 - 26 Appendix P. 27 - 32 Introduction I am interested in the topic “civil disobedience” because it has aroused public attention recently by “Occupy Central” proposed
However, they presented their ideas in different ways, which gave a different result. In the movie, students tried to persuade people by giving speech on street. In Hong Kong, students tried to persuade people by using social media such as Facebook, Whatsapps and twitter. Of course, difference between is due to rapid development of technology, but there is no doubt that use of social media is a much effective method.
democracy matters. Due to the injection of liberal values into the democracy, it limits the scope and possibility of these two seemingly contrasting ideals being compatible with each other. Dworkin (2002) believed Confucianism blocked the nurture of universal human nature in which people are treated with equal concern and respect. However, it is advised to take a pause and look back to what kind of democracy Dworkin is referring to. As argued, Dworkin held on the substantive concept of democracy which