Here, we must draw a distinction, aptly raised by a study conducted by political scientist Michael Bruter
, between a cultural versus a civic dimension to "Europeanness." (48) Feeling culturally and historically European is much different from associating that "Europeanness" with belonging to and supporting EU institutions.
, Claude (1984), Topologie et perception, 2 tomes, Paris: Maloine.
This type of incentive has been called "moral" (Bruter
and Harrison 2009), "collective" (Panebianco 1988), or "ideological" (Whiteley et al.
The European sense of belonging has been studied in relation to several aspects, such as the correlations between national and European identities (Cinnirella, 1997), the effect of the Euro on identification (Risse, 2003), the influence of the EU's symbols on European identity (Bruter
, 2003), the dual conceptualization of European identity (Antonsich, 2012), and in relation with otherness (Cretu & Udrea, 2012; Udrea, 2011).
Cammaerts, B., Bruter
, B., Banaji, S., Harrison, S.T., & Anstead, N.
We are holding a Bruter
hustings on Thursday, June 1, where politicians from each of the five main parties will answer questions about issues concerning young people most.
, M., Harrison S., (2009), Tomorrow's Leaders?: Understanding the involvement of Young Party members in six european democracies, Comparative Political Studies Vol.
Professor Michael Bruter
, of the London School of Economics, said the electorate was "already preparing to modify their housing, banking, holiday, or even family plans according to the result".
Marie Christine Baques, Annie Bruter
y Nicole TutiauxGuillon.
29) de nature chronologique pour l'histoire (Bruter
, 1997) et selon << le paradigme de l'inventaire nomenclatural >> (Clerc, 2002, p.18) pour la geographie ont ete--et sont encore partiellement--au cLur des processus d'enseignement-apprentissage de ces deux disciplines (Audigier, 1997, Tutiaux-Guillon, 2006).
Cardinals used to sign their names to ballots, but stopped doing so "due to an old history of intrigues and tensions, when people used to fear the most serious reprisals for their choices," says Michael Bruter
, who teaches political science at the London School of Economics.
citado por los propios autores, aunque algunos de los estudios criticos compilados en este trabajo datan de hace mas de veinte anos, en lo fundamental no han envejecido (p.