3 edition of European Discourses on Rights: The Quest for Statehood in Europe found in the catalog.
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By tracing the theoretical genealogy of such ideas as reason, natural and historical rights, the individual, nation European Discourses on Rights: The Quest for Statehood in Europe: The Case of Slovakia (Europe plurielle/Multiple Europes): Lubica Ucnik: : BooksCited by: 1.
The Quest for Statehood in Europe: The Case of Slovakia | Lubica Ucnik - By tracing the theoretical genealogy of such ideas as reason, natural and historical rights, the individual, nation, and the state, Lubica Ucník argues that we need to come to terms with the conceptual framework of the Enlightenment in order to.
European discourses on rights: the quest for statehood in Europe--the case of Slovakia. Učník, L. () European discourses on rights: The quest for statehood in Europe - the case of Slovakia.
P.I.E. Peter Lang, by: 1. The book examines how such questions can be resolved within the framework of the European Convention of Human Rights.
'European consensus' is a tool of interpretation used by the European Court of Human Rights as a means to identify evolution in the laws and practices of national legal systems when addressing morally sensitive or politically.
This volume of essays employs discourse theory to analyses mainstream topics in contemporary European politics. Inspired by developments in post-structuralist, psychoanalytic and post-Marxist theory, each contributor problematizes a central issue in European governance, including European security, Third Way politics, constitutional and administrative reform, new forms of nationalism and.
This book examines the ability of citizens across ten European countries to exercise their democratic rights to access their personal data. It presents a socio-legal research project, with the researchers acting as citizens, or data subjects, and using ethnographic data collection methods.
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b) Eastern European states are notably poorer and are still emerging from the transition from socialism to capitalism c) Many Eastern European states are still dominated by communist governments and have low-skilled workforces.
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European Others also intervenes in the growing field of Whiteness. Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of the Politics of Migration in Europe provides a rigorous and critical examination of what is exceptional about the European politics of migration and the study of it.
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Rather than one homogenised idea of the ‘global gay’, what we find today is a range of historically and culturally specific expressions of gender and sexuality, which are reflected and explored across an ever increasing range of media outlets.
This collection zooms in on a number of. The focus of the paper is the identification of hegemonic referential strategies and related metaphors emphasizing the otherness of Turkey, without denying the inclusive discourses in the EP.
The focus of this project is a comparative study of various aspects of the national across various discourses. Some crucial aspects of "the Nation" and "the National" are constructed and deconstructed in discourse (e.g., national language discourse and the discourse of national cultural studies).
This book examines the relationship between national identity construction and current foreign policy discourses on Russia in selected European Union member states in –. The chapters in this book explore commonality and contrast in representations of ‘the people’ in both radical and mainstream political movements, looking in depth at recent political discourses in the European sphere.
Also beyond Europe, the quest for origins was a strategy to tap into this discourse: Hindu reformers in Bengal looked for the oldest available texts in order to define the cultural foundations of India, and José Rizal in the Philippines constructed a precolonial “Golden Age” whose accomplishments dwarfed European civilization.kunst’s posthumously edited book, Hall’s work ‘could be considered a cross-cultural theory of communication, but not an intercultural theory’ (Gudykunst et al.note 1, p.
26), which had ﬁrst been attempted by Gudykunst himself in In fact, the United States intellectuals and politicians pushed the discussion on intercul.