English | 184 pages | ISBN-10: 0199284326 | PDF | 3.88 MB
This is a major new challenge to the widely held assumption that those working in EU institutions become more supportive of European integration. Theoretically advanced, and containing rich empirical data subjected to methodologically sophisticated analysis, Becoming Euopeans forces us to reconsider our basic assumptions about the European Parliament and the process of European integration. This is a landmark text in the field of European integration, of interest to anyone interested in political institutions and socialization.
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