Making European Citizens: Civic Inclusion in a Transnational Context - One Europe or Several? (Hardback)
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Making European Citizens: Civic Inclusion in a Transnational Context - One Europe or Several? (Hardback)

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Hardback 270 Pages / Published: 04/04/2006
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Making European Citizens examines the forms of transnational citizenship developing in Europe. Active citizenship involves more than simply voting. Achieving mobilization at a transnational level may involve new democratic techniques and skills. The volume explores how far European citizens have acquired the requisite methods and qualities.

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780333973776
Number of pages: 270
Weight: 510 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 20 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

'The book is well written and gives the reader a new way of approaching European citizenship highly recommended.' - Political Studies Review

'Extremely timely a genuinely informative book, which helps to enhance our understanding of the obstacles to participation, representation and identity formation within the EU highly recommended.' - Journal of Common Market Studies

'The merit of the present volume is that it shows how far the EU is from replicating the moderate successes of welfare states, governed through systems of party competition, and so how far it is from a meaningful conception of a democratic polity.' - Public Administration

'...edited by three leading scholars the coherence of the volume is noteworthy Most chapters provide very valuable contributions to the subject. The introductory chapter by the editors is remarkable in its ability to synthesise in a few pages vast knowledge on citizenship Interestingly, "optimism of the will" is not absent from some of the contributions, but the reader of this outstanding volume would be inclined to think that "pessimism of the intellect" is the appropriate conclusion as regards an active European citizenship.' - West European Politics

'...edited by three of the leading voices in European Union studies...The volume is replete with rich insights and meanings, and deserves further reading, even for those relatively familiar with EU citizenship. This collection and its individual chapters will no doubt be cited by those seeking to get to grips with EU citizenship, its problems, its potential and likely future trajectories for years to come.' - Common Market Law Review

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