By Danilo Di Mauro, Vincenzo Memoli
The e-book addresses the subject of ecu legitimacy by means of exploring the kinds, origins and results of voters' aid to european associations. via reading the wide-ranging degrees of aid, the authors exhibit how those multi-faceted attitudes forged color at the outmoded, a little bit one-dimensional idea of Euroscepticism. Di Mauro and Memoli not just become aware of how political matters and the commercial situation have an effect on public opinion, but in addition exhibit how nationwide contexts play a vital position in shaping attitudes in the direction of Europe at any point of help. This quantity exhibits how the shortcoming of responsibility within the european approach makes it more and more prone to the unwanted effects of monetary and societal shocks, and the 'national lens' that we view the european via affects our balloting choices.
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Nowadays the discipline has a large number of contributions on diffuse/affective/identity support to the EU but few on specific support. This phenomenon is probably related to two main factors: (1) the multidimensionality of support has been affirmed empirically only “recently,” as we saw in the previous chapter; (2) there are fewer data available on specific support for Europe. Since most of the research on public attitudes toward Europe uses Eurobarometer (EB) data, it is harder to find indicators of specific support for Europe than diffuse support in this series.
510) the one on specific support. Despite this difference, the effects of the individual variables are generally very similar. Specifically, all the variables on issues are statistically not significant, while some differences characterize the socio-demographic information of the respondents. With increasing age and level of education, citizens are more likely to support the political system in general (diffuse support) and to be critical of specific policies (specific support). All in all, our tests prove that the importance for a given issue usually has an effect on support for EU policies on that issue, but not on diffuse support nor on specific support (on all policy domains).
Others showed a direct relationship between welfare and European integration. ” (Beaudonnet 2015, p. 468). When European integration is perceived as a threat to the welfare state, opposition to Europe rises. Different mechanisms may explain this phenomenon: (1) people living in countries with protective welfare tend to oppose Europe; (2) people depending on welfare are less likely to support Europe; (3) anxiety about national welfare produces opposing attitudes toward Europe (Beaudonnet 2015). To sum up, nowadays we have a large number of empirical tests on (at least) six different theoretical approaches explaining support/opposition (mainly diffuse) to the European Union.
Attitudes Towards Europe Beyond Euroscepticism: Supporting the European Union through the Crisis by Danilo Di Mauro, Vincenzo Memoli