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National Cultures and European Integration

Exploratory Essays on Cultural Diversity and Common Policies

by Stffan Zetteholm

  • 300 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Berg Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural studies,
  • International relations,
  • Political geography,
  • International,
  • European Economic Community,
  • Social Science,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Sociology,
  • Europe - General,
  • General,
  • 1989-,
  • Europe,
  • History,
  • Multiculturalism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8623150M
    ISBN 101859730515
    ISBN 109781859730515

    European culture, like all cultures before it, cannot simply be the result of elite efforts. It has to be built on a foundation of common values and beliefs, which need nurturing over the long term. Judit Éva FÜRJÉSZ: The role of cultural institutes in the European integration 6 (e.g. fine arts, films, books, tradition, etc.). They make it by the organization of cultural events (exhibitions, concerts) or by the lobbing of national artists for instance on a local book fair or that of national films on a local film festival.

    Mathieu Deflem University of South Carolina This is a copy of a book review in American Journal of Sociology (3), November Also available as pdf file. Please cite as: Deflem, Mathieu. Review of The Cultural Realm of European Integration: Social Representations in France, Spain, and the United Kingdom, by Antonio V. Menéndez-Alarcón.   The Hardcover of the United in Diversity?: European Integration and Political Cultures by Ekavi Athanassopoulou at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Author: Ekavi Athanassopoulou.

    Rejecting claims that European integration has been inimical or antithetical to nations, states, and ‘national’ interests, Alan Milward's The European Rescue of the Nation-State () argues that the relationship between European integration and the nation-state has been mutually beneficial and supportive. This article discusses the European Union's ‘rescues’ of small and sub-state Cited by: 1. In May , the European Commission published ‘ >New Agenda for Culture’ Acknowledging the social and political challenges Europe faces today, through this communication the Commission aims at contributing towards European cohesion and integration through culture. The array of instruments in the field of culture conceived by the EU seems.


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National Cultures and European Integration by Stffan Zetteholm Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nominated for The Adolphe Bentinck PrizeThis book provides a timely contribution to the contemporary debate on the cultural dimension of European integration.

Eight authors from a wide range of disciplines - political science, economics, cultural studies, and history - develop conceptual, as well as empirical themes showing the importance of. “National Cultures and European Integration is a product of the extremely fertile European Research Unit at Aalborg University in Denmark.

The essays here are more centrally concerned with the cultural dimension of European integration and demonstrate the value of collecting together the insights of scholars from several disciplinary : Paperback.

Nominated for The Adolphe Bentinck PrizeThis book provides a timely contribution to the contemporary debate on the cultural dimension of European integration.

Eight authors from a wide range of disciplines - political science, economics, cultural studies, and history - develop conceptual, as well as empirical themes showing the importance of cultural diversity in Europe. The studies in this. a) Eastern European states have strong militaristic cultures and more agrarian economies.

b) Eastern European states are notably poorer and are still emerging from the transition from socialism to capitalism c) Many Eastern European states are still dominated by. Get this from a library. National cultures and European integration: exploratory essays on cultural diversity and common policies.

[Staffan Zetterholm;] -- Provides a contribution to the contemporary debate on the cultural dimension of European integration. The contributors develop conceptual, as well as empirical themes showing the importance of. Are national legal cultures in Europe converging or diverging as a result of the pressures of European legal integration.

Åse B. Grødeland and William L. Miller address this question by exploring the attitudes and perceptions of the general public and law professionals in five European countries: England, Norway, Bulgaria, Poland and the by: 2.

National Identity and Transnational Identities in the Process of European Integration". The conference was organized by the Balkan Ethnology Department of the Ethnographic Institute and Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and held in The conference was realized as project of the European Commission Jean Monnet Action Program for the.

This book provides a major empirical analysis of differing attitudes to European integration in three of Europe's most important countries: Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

From its beginnings, the European Union has resounded with debate over whether to move toward a federal or intergovernmental : Juan Díez Medrano.

European institutional integration has gone too far, blame misguided political motivations, and assert that the monetary union has failed (for example, Feldstein ). On the other side, supporters of European integration attribute the euro crisis to institutional incompleteness— what Bergsten () called a File Size: KB.

These treaties have expanded the EU cooperation and integration on an external and internal level (Fligstein, ). During this period, the European Union diversified its process of integration.

European integration is the process of industrial, political, legal, economic, social and cultural integration of states wholly or partially in Europe or nearby. European integration has primarily come about through the European Union and its policies.

"By explaining differential attitudes to European integration in terms of differences in national culture, Diez Medrano opens up the field of European integration studies to cultural and sociological Medrano's study constitutes a significant contribution to the literatures on European integration, political culture, and.

This book provides a major empirical analysis of differing attitudes to European integration in three of Europe's most important countries: Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom. From its beginnings, the European Union has resounded with debate over whether to move toward a federal or intergovernmental system.

However, Juan Díez Medrano argues that empirical analyses of support for. Culture and National Identity: 'The East' and European Integration Article in West European Politics 25(2) April with 77 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: David Laitin.

Gender equality refers to “the extent to which national cultures support women's development and achievements” (Lyness & Kropf,p. 34). Although the United States is seen as a relatively gender-equality-based society, the public support for gender equality is much lower than that of other nations, such as Sweden, which has nationally.

Catholics like the European Union more than Protestants do. This is why. A European Union flag, with a hole cut in the middle, flies at half-mast in the United Kingdom. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Studies in European Sociology: The Road to Social Europe: A Contemporary Approach to Political Cultures and Diversity in Europe by Jean-Claude Barbier (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. The European integration project is as noble as national socialism was vile. But I am arguing that the European construct represents an interesting structural and conceptual continuity.

If I am right in this characterization (and I assume it will be contested), interesting implications follow in understanding the relationship between law and Cited by: The book is a timely and necessary reminder of the importance of political culture in the functioning of any political system and aims at offering a preliminary analysis of the diversity of political cultures in the member states of the European Union and of the consequences of this diversity for European : Virginie Mamadouh.

Because of the great number of perspectives which can be taken on the subject, it is impossible to form a single, all-embracing conception of European culture. Nonetheless, there are core elements which are generally agreed upon as forming the cultural foundation of modern Europe.

One list of these elements given by K. Bochmann includes: A common cultural and spiritual heritage derived from. The European Union (EU) is an economic, political, and social conglomeration of 28 member nations.

These member nations work together via a system of supranational institutional and intergovernmental-negotiated treaties and decisions by member states. While the EU has been able to continue its development in various stages since the s respectively, a key issue continually facing Author: Stephen M.

Croucher.conciliation between the creation of regional common goods and national interests, cultures, practices and policies. Models and ideas, however, do not always sublimate in concrete actions; even the most developed institutional exercise of regional integration, the European Union (EU), is commonlyFile Size: 2MB.“Cultures of Border Control offers a full-scale academic analysis of the development of the Schengen area, a zone of countries within Europe that have removed most of their border controls and now allow free movement of persons across their national boundaries.

Timely and well-written, it takes up a set of issues that cut across a wide variety of scholarly and public affairs arenas, and.