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《Public Administration & Law》 2004-04
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Ideal Official and Civilian--the three levels of public opinion

Chi Xiaohang  
As the logical start of a kind of social science field,public opinion c auses a lot of disputes because of its characters.No matter how great the differ ences are,when we understand public opinion itself we should realize it is compl ex and has several levles:public opinion in ideal state refers to the result tha t people understand indepondently information under some conditions.Offical publ ic opinion is the perfect state of the picture that political consensus imagines and the main body of normal state in real world.Public opinion hiding in civili an is reverse side of offical public opinion.The stricter offical public opinion control is the more the form of civilian public opinion is.
【CateGory Index】: G206
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