South Korean Attitudes toward the ROK–U.S. Alliance: Group Analysis

  title={South Korean Attitudes toward the ROK–U.S. Alliance: Group Analysis},
  author={Haesook Chae},
  journal={PS: Political Science \& Politics},
  pages={493 - 501}
  • Haesook Chae
  • Published 2010
  • Political Science
  • PS: Political Science & Politics
Abstract This article focuses on South Korean attitudes toward the South Korean-U.S. alliance by comparing three political groups. Using a nationwide survey of South Koreans conducted in 2007, it performs two quantitative analyses: cluster analysis to identify distinct political groups and regression analysis to test hypotheses drawn from literature about what influences public attitudes toward the alliance. This study draws four major conclusions about attitudes toward the alliance: (1) There… Expand
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