Narratives and Counter-narratives of European Integration
This publication tackles strategies for bridging the widening gap between the EU and its citizens. It focuses on new theoretical and empirical frameworks about EU media frames and narratives, political discourse and citizens’ perceptions in order to promote a critical, yet constructive approach to the role of communication in the process of European integration. It has been acknowledged that the least problem the EU has is a communication problem. Communication is largely ineffective against a rising sentiment of injustice and inequality among increasingly diverse national, social and political groupings across the EU. Therefore, the authors underline how EU communication and EU public sphere can shape common representations of what can unite us as Europeans.
The EU Failed, We Need More EU? The Public Perceptions of the EU and European Integration in the Context of Russian-Ukrainian Military Conflict and the ‘Migration Crisis’ (Joanna Fomina)
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The EU Failed, We Need More EU? The public perceptions of the EU and European integration in the context of Russian-Ukrainian military conflict and the ‘migration crisis’
Abstract: Public opinion responses towards the security crisis in the EU’s immediate neighbourhood, the war in Ukraine, as well as the “migration crisis” reveal the ambiguous nature of the perceptions of the EU and European integration and the tensions around solidarity between the EU member states and European identity of citizens of the EU.
Keywords: EU integration, Russian military engagement in Ukraine, migration crisis, euroscepticism
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