The Routledge Handbook of Euroscepticism

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Part I Euroscepticism: Theory and Conceptualisation

1. Defining Euroscepticism: From a Broad Concept to a Field of Study

2. Contemporary Research on Euroscepticism: The State of the Art

3. Theory, Concepts and Research Design in the Study of Euroscepticism

4. Euroscepticism as Ideology

5. Euroscepticism: Stand-alone Phenomenon or Embedded within a Broader Cleavage?

Part II Eurosceptic Parties and Domestic Party Systems

6. Euroscepticism and Political Parties: Theory and Practice

7. ‘Euromondialisme’ and the Growth of the Radical Right

8. Opposing Europe, Opposing Austerity: Radical Left Parties and the Eurosceptic Debate

9. The UK Independence Party and other Primarily Eurosceptic Parties

10. The Dynamic of Euroscepticism in Germany

11. Party-based Euroscepticism in the Nordic Region: Ever More ‘Reluctant Europeans’?

12. Eurosceptic Parties in the Central and Eastern European Countries: A Comparative Case Study of Poland, Hungary and Bulgaria

13. Changing the Rules, Changing the Winners? The Various Effects of European Election Rules on Party Oppositions to the EU in France

14. Losing Loyalty: The Rise of Polity Euroscepticism in Southern Europe

Part III Public Opinion, Referendums and Citizens’ Perceptions of the European Union

15. Soft Sceptics and Hard Rejectionists: Identifying Two Types of Eurosceptic Voters

16. Young People and the EU at Times of Crisis

17. Eurosceptic Youth: Interest, Trust and Ideology

18. The Pragmatic Euroscepticism of Scandinavia

19. Derailing European Integration? Euroscepticism and the Politics of EU Referendums

20. EU Referendums in the ‘New’ Member States: Politicisation after a Decade of Support?

21. Referendums and European Integration: The Case of the United Kingdom

22. When ‘No’ means ‘Yes’: A Comparative Study of Referendums in Denmark and Ireland

Part IV Non-state Actors: Civil Society and the Media

23. Euroscepticism as EU Polity Contestation

24. Euroscepticism and the Crisis: ‘Critical Europeanism’ and Anti-austerity Social Movements

25. Euroscepticism and Big Business

26. Euroscepticism and Trade Unionism: The Crisis of ‘Social Europe’

27. Mirroring or Setting the Political Agenda? The Role of the Media in the Eurosceptic Debate

28. Varieties of Opposition to the EU in the Low Countries: A Comparison of the Dutch and Flemish Press

Part V Transnational and Pan-European Euroscepticism

29. Euroscepticism in the EU Institutions: A Persistent and Embedded Phenomenon

30. Transnational and Pan-European Euroscepticism: The Case of the European Conservatives and Reformists

31. Eurosceptic Members of the European Parliament: Foxes in the Henhouse?

32. The Far Right and the 2014 European Elections: Consequences for the Eurosceptic Debate

Part VI Crises: Euroscepticism, Brexit and the Future of European Integration

33. The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Euroscepticism

34. Voting to Leave: Economic Insecurity and the Brexit Vote

35. How the Referendum was Lost: An Analysis of the UK Referendum Campaign on EU Membership

36. Conclusion: Euroscepticism and European (dis)integration in the Age of Brexit

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  • The Routledge Handbook of Euroscepticism
  • Part I Euroscepticism: Theory and Conceptualisation

    1. Defining Euroscepticism: From a Broad Concept to a Field of Study

    2. Contemporary Research on Euroscepticism: The State of the Art

    3. Theory, Concepts and Research Design in the Study of Euroscepticism

    4. Euroscepticism as Ideology

    5. Euroscepticism: Stand-alone Phenomenon or Embedded within a Broader Cleavage?

    Part II Eurosceptic Parties and Domestic Party Systems

    6. Euroscepticism and Political Parties: Theory and Practice

    7. ‘Euromondialisme’ and the Growth of the Radical Right

    8. Opposing Europe, Opposing Austerity: Radical Left Parties and the Eurosceptic Debate

    9. The UK Independence Party and other Primarily Eurosceptic Parties

    10. The Dynamic of Euroscepticism in Germany

    11. Party-based Euroscepticism in the Nordic Region: Ever More ‘Reluctant Europeans’?

    12. Eurosceptic Parties in the Central and Eastern European Countries: A Comparative Case Study of Poland, Hungary and Bulgaria

    13. Changing the Rules, Changing the Winners? The Various Effects of European Election Rules on Party Oppositions to the EU in France

    14. Losing Loyalty: The Rise of Polity Euroscepticism in Southern Europe

    Part III Public Opinion, Referendums and Citizens’ Perceptions of the European Union

    15. Soft Sceptics and Hard Rejectionists: Identifying Two Types of Eurosceptic Voters

    16. Young People and the EU at Times of Crisis

    17. Eurosceptic Youth: Interest, Trust and Ideology

    18. The Pragmatic Euroscepticism of Scandinavia

    19. Derailing European Integration? Euroscepticism and the Politics of EU Referendums

    20. EU Referendums in the ‘New’ Member States: Politicisation after a Decade of Support?

    21. Referendums and European Integration: The Case of the United Kingdom

    22. When ‘No’ means ‘Yes’: A Comparative Study of Referendums in Denmark and Ireland

    Part IV Non-state Actors: Civil Society and the Media

    23. Euroscepticism as EU Polity Contestation

    24. Euroscepticism and the Crisis: ‘Critical Europeanism’ and Anti-austerity Social Movements

    25. Euroscepticism and Big Business

    26. Euroscepticism and Trade Unionism: The Crisis of ‘Social Europe’

    27. Mirroring or Setting the Political Agenda? The Role of the Media in the Eurosceptic Debate

    28. Varieties of Opposition to the EU in the Low Countries: A Comparison of the Dutch and Flemish Press

    Part V Transnational and Pan-European Euroscepticism

    29. Euroscepticism in the EU Institutions: A Persistent and Embedded Phenomenon

    30. Transnational and Pan-European Euroscepticism: The Case of the European Conservatives and Reformists

    31. Eurosceptic Members of the European Parliament: Foxes in the Henhouse?

    32. The Far Right and the 2014 European Elections: Consequences for the Eurosceptic Debate

    Part VI Crises: Euroscepticism, Brexit and the Future of European Integration

    33. The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Euroscepticism

    34. Voting to Leave: Economic Insecurity and the Brexit Vote

    35. How the Referendum was Lost: An Analysis of the UK Referendum Campaign on EU Membership

    36. Conclusion: Euroscepticism and European (dis)integration in the Age of Brexit