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Is there a European Identity?

Abstract : The dream of the Community's founding fathers was, ultimately, to see the emergence of a European identity. That does not mean that European identity should replace national identities but that it should become strong enough, and be perceived as ' inclusive ' enought by European citizens, for Europeto develop as a genuine political entity. How has this dream fared among the citizens of the Community? This is the main question we address in this chapter (...).
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Sophie Duchesne, André-Paul Frognier. Is there a European Identity?. Niedermayer Oskar, Sinnott Richard. Public Opinion and Internationalized Governance, Oxford University Press, pp.193-226, 1995. ⟨hal-01027576⟩



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