Citizenship After the Nation State: Regionalism, Nationalism and Public Attitudes in Europe by Charlie JefferyCitizenship After the Nation State: Regionalism, Nationalism and Public Attitudes in Europe by Charlie Jeffery

Citizenship After the Nation State: Regionalism, Nationalism and Public Attitudes in Europe

byCharlie Jeffery, Daniel WincottEditorA. Henderson

Hardcover | November 29, 2013

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An outstanding cast of contributors led by Charlie Jeffery, Ailsa Henderson and Daniel Wincott, confront the idea of 'methodological nationalism', that is the uncritical choice of the 'nation-state' as a unit of analysis that dominates postwar social science. It looks within the state to a regional-scale unit of analysis. Using specially collected data from 14 regions across five European states Citizenship After the Nation State explores how citizens define and pursue collective goals at regional scale as well as at the scale of the 'nation-state'. It shows that regional institutions, actors and processes have transformed the state, in many ways 'de-nationalizing' it, and recasting it as a more complex form of political organisation, one that needs to respond to the demands of distinctive regional political communities as well as the political community as organized at the state-level. What comes 'after the nation-state' is, in other words, not the regional disintegration of the state or the emergence of a 'Europe of the Regions', but rather the consolidation of multi-levelled statehood.

Ailsa Henderson is Professor of Political Science at the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Edinburgh, UK. From 2008 to 2012 she held a Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowship to conduct research on the constituent political cultures of Europe. Charlie Jeffery is Professor of Politics and Vice Prin...
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Title:Citizenship After the Nation State: Regionalism, Nationalism and Public Attitudes in EuropeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:264 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0 inPublished:November 29, 2013Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230296572

ISBN - 13:9780230296572

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction: Regional Public Attitudes Beyond Methodological Nationalism; C.Jeffery
2. Citizenship After Devolution in the United Kingdom: Public Attitudes in Scotland and Wales; A.Henderson, C.Jeffery, D.Wincott and R.W.Jones
3. A Comparative study of Citizenship in Three Spanish Autonomous Communities; C.Galais, E.Martinez-Herrera and F.Pallarés
4. Regional Citizenship in Germany: Solidarity and Participation in a Unitary Federal State; J.Oberhofer, D.Roth, J.Stehlin, R.Sturm and F.Wille
5. Public Attitudes to National and Regional Citizenship in a Unitary Federal State: The Case of Austria; F.Fallend, P.A.Ulram and E.Zugmeister
6. Regional Citizenship and Scales of Governance in France; R.Pasquier
7. Multi-level Citizenship in Europe: A Comparative Examination of the Rescaling of Political Life; A.Henderson
8. Conclusions: Citizenship After the Nation State- The 2009 Survey and Beyond; D.Wincott and R.W.Jones