Les villes européennes connaissent depuis plusieurs décennies des transformations majeures qui aboutissent à une restructuration des hiérarchies spatiales, des territorialités, des ségrégations, mais aussi des identités et des pratiques des populations urbaines. Cet ouvrage met en évidence les enjeux généraux des espaces urbains contemporains à partir du cas bruxellois. Bruxelles n'est-elle plus qu'une juxtaposition de processus, de dynamiques, de groupes et d'acteurs différenciés ?
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Thierry KELLNER, G.E.O., 2015
Special Issue of the International Political Science Review “Euroscepticism: from the Margins to the Mainstream”
This book presents the findings of the first ever survey of the religious preferences of Members of the European Parliament (MEPs). An international research team interviewed a large sample of MEPs, with the purpose of investigating their beliefs and how these beliefs have an impact on their role as MEPs.
This book engages with the debate over the significance and future of political parties as membership organisations and presents the first broad comparative analysis of party membership and activism. It is based on membership surveys which have been administered, gathered and collated by a group of prominent party scholars from across Europe, Canada and Israel. Utilizing this rich data source together with the insights of party scholars, the book investigates what party membership means in advanced industrial democracies. In doing so, it provides a clearer picture of who joins political parties, why they do it, the character of their political activism, how they engage with their parties, and what opinions they hold.
MORIN JF, NOVOTNA T., PONJAERT F. & Telò M. (eds), Ashgate, Globalisation, Europe, Multilateralism series, 2015, 256p.
The scope and extent of Europeanization among the member states of the European Union is all too often exaggerated by scholars of European integration. It has long been assumed that the mere existence of mechanisms designed to promote commonality between countries in the EU and to encourage a collective European identity has given credence to the idea of Europeanization and how effectively it has infiltrated EU member states. In stark contrast to the assumed success of these mechanisms in promoting Europeanization, recent studies have shown that, in the main, both domestic socio-economic as well as normative structures have proved resilient to this process. Through a compelling exploration of the relationship between European integration and Europeanization, this collection provides important insights into the disconnect between efforts to promote commonality and collective European identity and the ambivalent results of Europeanization at the socio-economic and normative structures of member states.
This book makes an important contribution to the existing literature on European social democracy in the wake of the 2008 financial crash and ensuing recession. It assesses how social democratic parties have responded, at the national as well as at the European Union level. A wide range of leading political scientists provide the reader with an in-depth understanding of the prospects for social democracy in the midst of an unprecedented crisis for neoliberalism.