Tag Archives: framing

Nov 11 2014

Time for the 89ers to Defend Europe

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By Henry Radice On the eleventh day of the eleventh month, the familiar rituals of remembrance feel particularly poignant in a year marking the hundredth anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War, yet itself scarred by a grim … Continue reading

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Jun 20 2014

EU: Reframing Can Go Hand in Hand with Reform

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By Marley Morris Last year my colleague Giulio Carini and I wrote an article about ‘reframing’ the EU. We thought that the current frames supporters of the EU were using in the debate were obstructive and we wanted to suggest … Continue reading

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Dec 20 2013

Framing the Indignant Citizens Movement

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By Christos Kostopoulos The current economic crisis that Europe is going through has produced a lot of social strife around the political handling of the crisis. In one of the most affected countries of the Eurozone, Greece, popular resistance to … Continue reading

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Nov 29 2013

Framing Europe: An Exchange

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Frames are a key issue in the analysis of public discourse on the crisis in Europe. As part of their Reluctant Radicals project, our colleagues at Counterpoint have initiated a discussion on framing Europe on openDemocracy. Here we reproduce the … Continue reading

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