The Politicization of the European Union - EUB

The Politicization of the European Union

From Processes to Consequences
First Edition

What are the consequences of EU politicization for the EU and European societies? This book shifts the analytical focus from EU politicization processes to their empirical and normative research on the effects of politicization on public opinion, public discourses, policymaking and European integration.


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Publisher
Éditions de l'Université de Bruxelles
Edited by
Anne-Marie Houde, Thomas Laloux, Morgan Le Corre Juratic, Heidi Mercenier, Damien Pennetreau, Alban Versailles,
Collection
European Studies
ISSN
13780352
Language
English
Publisher Category
Publishers own classification > Political Science
BISAC Subject Heading
POL000000 POLITICAL SCIENCE
BIC subject category (UK)
JP Politics & government
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
Title First Published
02 December 2022
ONIX Adult Audience Rating
Classification thématique Thema

Paperback


Product Detail
1
Publication Date
02 December 2022
ISBN-13
978-2-8004-1810-0
Extent
Absolute page count : 263
Code
1810
Dimensions
16 x x 24 cm
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Publication Date
18 September 2017
ISBN-13
978-2-8004-1624-3
Extent
Nombre de pages de contenu principal : 208
Code
1624
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Contents


Introduction The consequences of EU politicization: a research agenda | Heidi Mercenier, Anne-Marie Houde, Thomas Laloux, Morgan Le Corre Juratic, Damien Pennetreau, Alban Versailles

Part I - Consequences on citizens

Chapter 1 - Eurosceptic, polarized or undecided? How party politicization may shape the structure of public attitudes towards European Integration | Morgan Le Corre Juratic, Mariana Carmo Duarte, Alban Versailles

Chapter 2 - Does the perceived EU politicization affect election results? A study of four western European countries | Stefano Camatarri, Marta Gallina

Chapter 3 - Political implications of the different manifestations of politicization: examining the news coverage of the EU in Greece and Portugal before and during the Eurozone crisis | Tiago Silva, Yani Kartalis, Susana Rogeiro Nina

Part II - Consequences on public discourses

Chapter 4 - Emotional politicization in times of crisis: the case of the German discourse on Europe during the 2015 migration crisis | C. Nicolai L. Gellwitzki, Anne-Marie Houde

Chapter 5 - Ever more politicized and Europeanized? Public debates over European integration in France and Germany | Ines Schäfer

Chapter 6 - The politicization of values in the European Union: implications and outcomes of the controversy over the LGBTI-free zones in Poland | Fabio Bolzonar

Part III - Consequences on EU policy making

Chapter 7 Framing activism in the EP: the politicization of Visa Code and Copyright reforms | Céleste Bonnamy, Juliette Dupont

Chapter 8 - Politicization in trilogues – Investigating an unlikely couple | Alexander Hoppe

Chapter 9 - Mute under pressure? The domestic politicization of European affairs and the participation of MEPs in plenary debates | Thomas Laloux, Damien Pennetreau, Alban Versailles

Chapter 10 - Depoliticization through agencification in the EU's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice | Laura Schmeer

Part IV - Consequences on EU legitimacy

Chapter 11 Reacting to EU politicization: a critical addition to responsiveness, relegitimation and politicization management research | Niels Gheyle

Chapter 12 The politicization trap and how to escape it: intergovernmentalism, politicization and competences mismatch in perspective | Francesco Nicoli, David Van Der Duin, Austė Vaznonytė