Research Methods In European Union Studies by K. LynggaardResearch Methods In European Union Studies by K. Lynggaard

Research Methods In European Union Studies

byK. LynggaardEditorI. Manners, K. Löfgren

Hardcover | July 7, 2015

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This collection sets a new agenda for conducting research on the EU and learns from past mistakes. In doing so it provides a state-of-the-art examination of social science research designs in EU studies while providing innovative guidelines for the advancement of more inclusive and empirically sensitive research designs in EU studies
Magnus Blomgren, Umeå University, Sweden Angela Bourne, University of Roskilde, Denmark Sevasti Chatzopoulou, Roskilde University, Denmark Laura Cram, University of Edinburgh, UK Amandine Crespy, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium Theofanis Exadaktylos, University of Surrey, UK Sara Hagemann, London School of Economics and Politica...
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Title:Research Methods In European Union StudiesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:342 pages, 21.6 × 14 × 0.01 inPublished:July 7, 2015Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230363059

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Table of Contents

PART I: OVERVIEW 1. Crossroads in European Union Studies; Kennet Lynggaard, Karl Löfgren and Ian Manners 2. Methodology in European Union Studies; Ben Rosamond 3. European Union History; Ann-Christina L. Knudsen PART II: MICRO-ANALYSIS 4. European Identity: Conflict and Cooperation; Angela Bourne 5. People and Social Groups in the European Union; Michael Strange 6. Single Policy Study: Three Variations in Design; Annica Kronsell and Ian Manners 7. Analysing European Discourses; Amandine Crespy PART III: MESO-ANALYSIS 8. Agenda-setting; Sebastiaan Princen 9. Studies of Bargaining in the European Union; Sara Hagemann 10. Implementation Studies: Beyond a Legalistic Approach; Karl Löfgren 11. Analysing Networks; Jenny M. Lewis and Sevasti Chatzopoulou 12. Visual Primes and European Union Identity: Designing Experimental Research; Laura Cram and Stratos Patrikios 13. Europeanisation; Theofanis Exadaktylos and Claudio M. Radaelli PART IV: MACRO-ANALYSIS 14. The European Union in Global Politics: Normative Power and Longitudinal Interpretation; Ian Manners 15. The Blurred Boundaries and Multiple Effects of European Integration and Globalisation; Kennet Lynggaard 16. Hard and Soft Governance; Martino Maggetti 17. Political Parties and the European Union; Magnus Blomgren 18. Studying European Union Attitude Formation Using Experiments; Julie Hassing Nielsen 19. European Union Studies and the New Regionalism; Alex Warleigh-Lack 20. Research Strategies in European Union Studies: Beyond Dichotomies; Ian Manners, Kennet Lynggaard, and Karl Löfgren

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'Those researching the EU are confronted with a bewildering menu of epistemologies, methodologies, research designs, and methods of data collection and analysis. In this very welcome volume, seasoned EU scholars unlock these bodies of knowledge and tailor them to the specific needs of 'their' sub-fields. The volume is a must read for all who seek to find more convincing answers to their research questions. And who does not?' – Markus Haverland, Professor of Political Science, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands'This volume will serve as an extremely useful compendium of methodological issues and options for both budding scholars and established experts on the EU. To get a strong, comprehensive view of where research methods in EU studies stand today, start here.' – Craig Parsons, Professor of Political Science and Director of European Studies, University of Oregon, USA   'This book is a must-read for any student and scholar working on European integration. Research methods and design in EU studies have, at best, been implicitly dealt with by individual scholars struggling through the maze of publications. The editors of this collective volume have brought together a stellar group of experts who provide highly instructive insights into the full range of methodologies associated with problem-driven research in EU studies. This excellent volume fills a huge gap in the literature.'–Sabine Saurugger, Professor of Political Science, Sciences Po Grenoble, France