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Research on Institutional Affirmation Factor Based on Structural Equation Model
Science Discovery
Volume 7, Issue 6, December 2019, Pages: 453-457
Received: Nov. 25, 2019; Published: Jan. 4, 2020
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Fan Jiangyan, Basic Department, Engineering University of PAP, Xi'an, China
Zhang Hongbing, Basic Department, Engineering University of PAP, Xi'an, China
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The affirmation of the country’s existing system by the nationals is the basic element and an important manifestation of national security. As an important force for safeguarding national security and social stability, the military's national defense education is far different from the locality in terms of breadth and depth, and its functional mission makes the group have higher political awareness requirements. Therefore, the hypothesis of this paper is that the affirmative factor of the military group is significantly better than that of the non-military group. By selecting samples of military personnel or former military personnel in China's Comprehensive Social Survey (CGSS), and randomly extracting the same number of non-military samples, a structural equation model was constructed to analyze the differences and internal mechanisms. The results show that this hypothesis is established, and there is a strong correlation between government satisfaction factors and institutional affirmative factors. Life satisfaction, social attitudes and political attitude factors also affect system security to some extent.
Institutional Affirmation Factor, Military, Difference Analysis, Intrinsic Mechanism, Structural Equation Model, Institutional Security
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Fan Jiangyan, Zhang Hongbing, Research on Institutional Affirmation Factor Based on Structural Equation Model, Science Discovery. Vol. 7, No. 6, 2019, pp. 453-457. doi: 10.11648/
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