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In this newly published article in the European Political Science Review Jarle Trondal and Michael W. Bauer attempt to advance the understanding of the European administrative order by establishing meaningful categories that may capture the essential and enduring characteristics of such an order.
If you are a male immigrant and marry a woman from a country other than your own, you increase your chances of a good job and a high income. This applies whether the woman you marry is Norwegian or not.
This paper draws upon the narrative element in academic accounts of Europeanisation as a story of social change and integration, and takes a discursive approach to analyzing Europeanisation. It explores variants of Europeanisation as a form of social imagination of the unity and diversity of a European society, and examines four interrelated processes in the narrative construction of European society.
The article 'How EU integration bars the persecuted from finding refuge in Europe' was published by the Guardian on Monday 16 August 2010. In the article, Professor Les Back from the London-based EUMARGINS research team argues that asylum seekers' experiences are uncomfortably close to a dark recent past that spawned the EU ideal. Read the whole article.