- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2017
- Palgrave Macmillan
- Caiani, Manuela (ed.), Guerra, Simona (ed.)
- Bibliographie 34 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen
- 3 Illustrations, color; 12 Illustrations, black and white; XX, 284 p. 15 illus., 3 illus. in color.
- Euroscepticism, Democracy and the Media
- 209 x 152 x 19 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 489 g
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"The book focuses on the spread or Euroskepticism in Europe, beyond party systems and across civil society, focusing on the role of media negativity and the media coverage of the EU in times of crisis, when Euroskepticism seems to have become mainstream. Another plus of this volume is the analysis of the impact of the internet and social media on Euroskeptical movements, and how they are used to contest EU legitimacy." (Mihai Sebe, EuropeNow Journal, europenowjournal.org, May, 2017)
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Manuela Caiani is Associate Professor at the Institute of Scienze Umane e Sociali at the Scuola Normale Superiore (SNS), Florence, Italy. She has published widely on collective action and Europeanization and on right-wing extremism in Europe and the USA. Simona Guerra is Senior Lecturer in Politics in the School of History, Politics and International Relations at the University of Leicester, UK. Her main research interests focus on the domestic politics of EU integration, Euroscepticism and Populism, and Religion and Politics. Her publications include Central and Eastern European Attitudes in the Face of Union (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013).
1. Communicating Europe, Contesting Europe: An Introduction; Manuela Caiani and Simona Guerra.- 2. Eurosceptic voices: beyond party systems, across civil society; Simona Guerra.- 3. The Spiral of Euroscepticism: Media Negativity, Framing and Opposition to the EU; Charlotte Galpin and Hans JoergTrenz.- 4. EU Media Coverage in Times of Crisis: Euroscepticism Becoming Mainstream?; Patrick Bijsmans.- 5. Does the Information Source Matter? Newspaper Readership, Political Preferences and attitudes towards the European Union in the United Kingdom, France and the Netherlands; Benjamin Leruth, YordanKutiyski, Andre Krouwel and Nicholas J. Startin.- 6. How the media make European citizens more Eurosceptical; Nicolo Conti and Vincenzo Memoli.- 7. Comparing news diets, electoral choices and EU attitudes in Germany, Italy and the UK in the 2014 European Parliament elections; Lorenzo Mosca and Marco Quaranta.- 8. 'Not in my Europe'. Extreme right online networks and their contestation of EU legitimacy; Elena Pavan and Manuela Caiani.- 9. Divided they tweet? A comparative analysis of Twitter networks of pro- and anti-EU parties; Annett Heft, Sophia Wittwer and Barbara Pfetsch.- 10. Left's Love and Hate for Europe: Syriza, Podemos and critical visions of Europe during the crisis; Donatella della Porta, Hara Kouki, Joseba Fernandez.- 11. EU u-Government: A Solution for More Citizen Participation in EU Policy-Making; Evangelos Fanoulis and Anasol Pena-Rios.- 12. Europe facing new challenges of contestation and communication: Conclusion; Simona Guerra and Manuela Caiani