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Wiesner Claudia


Taylor & Francis

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887,25 PLN
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This book discusses and conceptualises key questions for the study of politicisation and democratisation of the EU as well as EU identity. Comparatively analysing two prototypical cases namely the discourses related to the ratification of the EU Constitutional Treaty in 2005 in Germany and France.What is it that unites the European Union as a polity? Why is it necessary to democratise the EU? Can EU politicisation help democratising the EU? Why do EU citizens in referenda seemingly vote against the EU? And how can a European identity develop? To tackle these questions this book makes a theoretical conceptual and empirical contribution to the study of EU politicisation democratisation identity formation and the ways these three are related to one another. The results of a thorough comparative analysis of two prototypical cases namely French and German national EU discourses and in particular the discourses on the Treaty on a Constitution for Europe (TCE) in 2005 are discussed in relation to more current events such as Brexit and the French elections of 2022. The book thus develops key concepts and theoretical models and delivers profound findings on EU democratisation identity politicisation and contestation and their interrelations.This book will be of key interest to scholars and students of European Union studies/politics democratic theory discourse analysis and more broadly to comparative politics.The Open Access version of this book available at http://www.taylorfrancis.com has been made available under a Creative Commons [AttributionNon CommercialNo Derivatives (CCBYNCND)] 4.0 license.1. Introduction: EU politicisation EU democratisation EU identity and national EU discourses 2. The Democratisation of the EU European Identity and National EU Discourses 3. Methodology and Research Design 4. France: The Discourse 5 Germany: The Discourse 6. The discourses in comparison 7. The Contexts in comparison 8. EU politicisation EU democratisation and EU identity: What to learn from the 2005 discourses?The volume develops a sophisticated analysis of the partly contradictory processes of politicisation democratisation and identity formation in the EU. It provides a new research perspective to the discourses related to the ratification of the EU Consitutitonal Treaty in 2005 showing how national discourses shape European identity. It is a must read to anyone interested in EU politics and the democratisation of the EU.Niilo Kauppi University of Helsinki and CNRSWiesners historically informed and theoretically stimulating account of European identity construction has a good potential to advance to a new master framework for the study of European integration and its intrinsic relationship to state and democracy transformation in Europe and beyond. Drawing principally on case studies from France and Germany the book argues for a multilevel analysis of European identity formation th

Data Publikacji: 2024-02-02
Wymiary: 234 mm 156 mm 766 gr

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