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Tag Archives: attitudes toward European integration
Jun 28 2013
Euroscepticism is rooted in a broader authoritarian worldview that also includes higher levels of nationalism and hostility to ‘outsiders’.
What factors are likely to lead to citizens opposing European integration? Erik R. Tillman notes that a number of recent studies have attempted to explain opposition to the EU in terms of social identity. Drawing on these studies, he argues … Continue reading →
Jun 13 2013
Public opinion outside of Europe is generally favourable toward the EU, but this is only partly due to the EU’s actions.
How is the EU viewed outside of Europe? Bernd Schlipphak assesses public opinion toward the EU in non-European countries. He notes that for the most part citizens have favourable attitudes about European integration and the EU, but that the EU’s … Continue reading →