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Neofunctionalism vs Liberal Intergovernmentalism
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Neofunctionalism vs Liberal Intergovernmentalism ab 13.99 € als sonstiges: Are the Theories still valid today?. 1. Auflage.. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Politikwissenschaft,

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Neofunctionalism vs Liberal Intergovernmentalism
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Neofunctionalism vs Liberal Intergovernmentalism ab 12.99 € als epub eBook: Are the Theories still valid today?. 1. Auflage. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Politikwissenschaft,

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Neofunctionalism vs Liberal Intergovernmentalism
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Neofunctionalism vs Liberal Intergovernmentalism ab 13.99 EURO Are the Theories still valid today?. 1. Auflage.

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Neofunctionalism vs Liberal Intergovernmentalism ab 12.99 EURO Are the Theories still valid today?. 1. Auflage

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The implementation of the EU Human Capital Oper...
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The main receiver of the EU Human Capital Operational Programme 2007-2013 actions is the labour market and its elements. The HCOP's focuses on the spheres like: employment, education, social integration, the development of adaptation's potential of employees and entrepreneurs, the development of human resources in the rural areas and all levels of public administration etc. This paper concerns two selected priorities of the HCOP: labour market open for all and employment and social integration. Very essential during the implementation this kind of Programmes is the condition and the preparation of the economy's elements which will be influenced by Programme. In the case of the HCOP it is labour market and the human capital. Due to that fact I have been investigated the different elements of the Polish labour market like, general theoretical characterization of unemployment in Poland, Pole's attitude to the labour market mentality of Poland or black economy in Poland. I based my conclusions on the theories: neofunctionalism and liberal interngovernmentalism which in various extend refer to my problem.

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Eiropas Savienibas ERASMUS programma ka toleran...
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2008 in the subject Sociology - Political Sociology, Majorities, Minorities, grade: A+, University of Latvia, language: Latin, abstract: Bachelor thesis 'The ERASMUS Programme of European Union as the Promoter of Tolerance Comparing Latvia to France' draws attention to one of the most successful examples of European integration and symbols of construction of European identity - ERASMUS programme. There was brought forward issue is the ERASMUS Programme of European Union promoter of tolerance.For giving the response to given issue, the main aim of bachelor thesis was to do research on ERASMUS programme comparing the experience of students of Latvia to France. The author put forward following hypothesis - the ERASMUS programme of European Union promotes tolerance on the basis of encouraging multicultural experience, intercultural education, diminishing social distance, breaking stereotypes, furthering confidence and overtness.Through analysis of cognitions of D. Heyd, S. Lowy, I. Apine, L. Ose and other researchers author has drafted definition of tolerance - tolerance is desire, ability and action, it is honouring through co-operating and not showing prejudices against the member of the other culture. One of the most significant tasks of the thesis was analysis of ERASMUS programme in the context of history and European integration theories - neofunctionalism and liberal intergovernmental approach. Author of the thesis concludes that the commencement period of the formation of ERASMUS programme can be explained by both integration theories.Through analysis of questionnaires (quantitative method) of respondents of University of Latvia (UL) and Institut d' Etudes Politiques (IEP) in the empirical part of bachelor thesis author came to conclusion that ERASMUS programme (on the basis of multicultural experience and intercultural education) has promoted overtness and confidence in students, diminishing social distance and encouraging the breaking of stereotypes during exchange that, in its turn, is indicative of tolerance promotion. Comparing the handed responses of respondents of UL and IEP, author has deduced that the role of promoting tolerance was less inherent to students of IEP than UL, in its turn, the formation of stereotypes was more inherent to students of UL.Through analysis of partly structured and structured interviews (qualitative method), both experts of ERASMUS programme and tolerance indicated that one of the aims of ERASMUS programme is promoting tolerance and intercultural education.

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Neofunctionalism vs Liberal Intergovernmentalism
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Politics - Political Theory and the History of Ideas Journal, grade: 1,0, University of Hamburg (Institute of Political Science), course: European Integration Theories, language: English, abstract: Neofunctionalism and Liberal Intergovernmentalism (from now on I will use the abbreviations: NF and LIG in this paper) have been predominant approaches to theorizing Integration processes, especially in the first phase of theorizing European Integration. In the following essay I will begin by briefly lay out the main assumptions of the two approaches, drawing especially on their differences and similarities. In a second part I will discuss what these theories set out to do and raise questions about the actual accomplishments. Thirdly, I will turn to a critique of LIG and NF identifying their weaknesses, refering to Thomas Risse`s argument that Liberal Intergovernmentalism and Neofunctionalism are both lacking `...some categories necessary to capture distinctive features of the EU`2. This will lead me to the fourth part of my analysis in which I will demonstrate what and how other approaches can fill in the theoretical gaps and wholes that I have pointed out in my critique. In My conclusion I argue that European Integration Theory does not need overarching, universal theories, but rather is a useful conglomerate of different theories3, that might be combined in eclectically, and offer various toolkits for different suitable areas and levels of analysing and explaining Integration.

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The Treaty of Maastricht - the Result of Ration...
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: European Union, grade: 2,0, University of Bamberg (Lehrstuhl für Politikwissenschaft, insb. Internationale Beziehungen), course: European Integration, language: English, abstract: The topic of this term paper deals with the Maastricht Treaty which came into force in November 1993 and created the European Union. I will examine in particular the negotiations between the member states of the EU, which led to the ratification of the treaty. The reason for choosing this subject was on the one hand a presentation about the negotiations of the treaty and the integration theory which can explain best the results. I gave it within the scope of a seminar about European Integration during the summer term 2009. The Maastricht Treaty is, on the other hand, certainly a milestone of the European Integration and therefore an important and interesting topic to write about. The research question is the following: is the Maastricht treaty a result of rational state preferences? Therefore I will analyze the negotiations with the integration theory of Liberal Intergovernementalism (in the following abbreviated 'LI') because the approach of LI is far better suitable to examine such a question than, for example, the theory of Neofunctionalism. The term paper is divided in three parts: the first part is about the used integration theory, the LI. I will give a general explanation of the main features of this theory and about the theory that states are acting in a rational manner. The second section is the main part. This chapter has the focus on the negotiations of the Maastricht Treaty between the member states of the EG. The positions of three nations during these negotiations will be viewed: Germany, Great Britain and France. It is obviously that a consideration of all projects which were on the agenda of the negotiations would go beyond the scope of his work. Therefore I will focus my attention on the Economic and Monetary Union. Within this project the negotiating positions of the states mentioned above will be analyzed in regard to find out if the individual positions are the outcome of rational state preferences. The third and last part will be the conclusion. There I will give a summary of the results of the analysis undertaken in the main part and the research question will be answered.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Neofunctionalism vs Liberal Intergovernmentalism
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Politics - Political Theory and the History of Ideas Journal, grade: 1,0, University of Hamburg (Institute of Political Science), course: European Integration Theories, language: English, abstract: Neofunctionalism and Liberal Intergovernmentalism (from now on I will use the abbreviations: NF and LIG in this paper) have been predominant approaches to theorizing Integration processes, especially in the first phase of theorizing European Integration. In the following essay I will begin by briefly lay out the main assumptions of the two approaches, drawing especially on their differences and similarities. In a second part I will discuss what these theories set out to do and raise questions about the actual accomplishments. Thirdly, I will turn to a critique of LIG and NF identifying their weaknesses, refering to Thomas Risse`s argument that Liberal Intergovernmentalism and Neofunctionalism are both lacking `...some categories necessary to capture distinctive features of the EU`2. This will lead me to the fourth part of my analysis in which I will demonstrate what and how other approaches can fill in the theoretical gaps and wholes that I have pointed out in my critique. In My conclusion I argue that European Integration Theory does not need overarching, universal theories, but rather is a useful conglomerate of different theories3, that might be combined in eclectically, and offer various toolkits for different suitable areas and levels of analysing and explaining Integration.

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