ECPR Summer School in Methods & Techniques 2019 at CEU Budapest

Challenges of European Identification

Democracy
 
Migration
 
National Identity
 
Identity
 
Panel Number
P047
Panel Chair
Simona Guerra
University of Leicester
Panel Co-Chair
Charlotte Galpin
University of Birmingham
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Time
24/08/2018 17:40
Location
Building: VMP 8 Floor: 2 Room: 212
Abstract
As the European Union emerges from several recent crises, its oft-decried democratic deficit remains one of the most important challenges to further integration. This panel address this issue and brings together papers which explore various aspects of the current processes of community-building in the transnational space of Europe. European identification is analysed through its framing in the public discourse and its connection to emotions, in relation to different contents of identification and trust in institutions, as well as in its link to migration attitudes and migrant identities. The results of such multidimensional examination of the topic will illuminate the dynamics of supranational identification in a post-crisis Europe.

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“Where’s Democracy? Whose is the Culture?”: Spatial Dimensioning of Civic and Cultural European Identity Frames in Italian Online Public Discourses View Paper Details
Inclusion Vs. Exclusion in European Integration: Identities and Attitudes to Migration View Paper Details
The Combined Effect of National and European Identification on Trust in EU Institutions View Paper Details
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