Research Methods in European Union Studies
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- Research Methods in European Union Studies
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Kennet Lynggaard, Ian Manners, Karl Löfgren
This new agenda acknowledges the weaknesses of the past and moves beyond them towards greater openness and awareness of the importance of research strategies, designs and methods. The 20 chapters in this collection range from micro-level analyses of identities, single policy studies and European discourse, through meso-level analysis of agenda setting, bargaining, implementation and Europeanisation, to macro-level analyses of the EU as a global actor, European integration and globalisation as well as hard and soft governance, elections and party groups, attitude formation, and new-regionalism. As such, it provides a comprehensive and accessible guide to conducting research on the European Union today.
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||321|
|ISBN (Electronic)||9781137316967, 9781137183378|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2015|
|Series||Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics|
Ian Manners is Professor in the Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
- Faculty of Social Sciences - Research methods, European Union, European Union Politics, Methodology of the Social Sciences, Political History
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