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The Routledge Handbook of European Integrations / edited by Thomas Hoerber, Gabriel Weber and Ignazio Cabras. London ; New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2021. xix, 488 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm. Routledge international handbooks, ISBN 9780367203078 hardback 9781032182421 paperback 9780429262081 ebook [Call No. 46241]
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Contents: Introduction : The United States of Europe and new horizons for European integration / Thomas Hoerber -- European integration and culture : four approaches / Antonios Vlassis -- European citizenship / Michel Catala -- The European Union, cultural diversity and the audio-visual industry : the unexpected fate of a "certain idea" of culture / Alexandre Bohas -- Football and European integration(s) / Arne Niemann, Regina Weber, Alexander Brand -- Iconographies of European integrations / Oriane Calligaro -- Erasmus and the Bologna process : promoting shared values through mobility, reform, and common instruments / John Reilly, Simon Sweeney -- The curious case of social Europe / Konstantinos Alexandris Polomarkakis -- Irregular migration management in the EU / Harald Köpping Athanasopoulos -- Borders of Europe / Marta Pachocka, Anne Visvizi, Jarosław Suchoples -- European integration, audiovisual governance and global online platforms : between market rationale, cultural logic and social considerations / Antonios Vlassis -- A cultural-shared risk community? : towards a cultural-historical theory of European (Union) integration / Peter Pichler -- Can tourism be considered an instrument of European integration? / Eric Stevens, Philippe Duhamel -- Technologies and European integrations / Inga Ulnicane -- EU transport policy at a crossroad : the cost of liberalisation for climate change and personal mobility / Helene Dyrhauge -- European space policy and European integration / Sarah Lieberman -- Defence-industrial consolidation as a precondition for EU military integration / Nikolaos Karampekios, Iraklis Oikonomou -- Artificial intelligence in the European Union : policy, ethics, and regulation / Inga Ulnicane -- Developing EU cybercrime and cybersecurity : on legal challenges of EU institutionalisation of cyber law-making / Elaine Fahey -- European integration, the European research area and European research infrastructures / Lorna Ryan -- The essentials of European integration / Thomas Hoerber -- The European Union's energy policy : from market liberalisation to convergence with climate policy / Matus Misik, Peter Plenta, Veronika Oravcová -- Sustainable development in the European Union / Pamela Barnes -- European Union law / Antonella Forganni -- European monetary union : European integration at its heart / Miguel Otero Iglesias -- EU differentiated integration (DI) as a tangible : internal and external dimensions / Maryna Rabinovych, Anne Pintsch -- The long and winding road to greening the Common Agricultural Policy / Viviane Gravey, Ulrich Adam, Thomas Hoerber -- Blue signs on the road : European Union funding and citizens feelings towards membership / Alice Cunha -- EU Common Security and Defence Policy / Simon Sweeney -- Brexit puts spotlight on Irish peace process and complicates potential UK/US trade deal / John Ryan -- Conclusion / Thomas Hoerber, Gabriel Weber, Ignazio Cabras.
Book Jacket: "The Routledge Handbook of European Integrations fills a significant gap in the European studies literature by providing crucial and groundbreaking coverage of several key areas that are usually neglected or excluded in European integration collections. Whilst still examining the largest and most influential institutions, bodies and highly funded policy areas as acknowledged dominant topics in European studies, it crucially does so with much greater balance by devoting equal billing to areas such as such as culture in European integration or new technologies and their impact on the EU. Organised around three main sections - culture, technology and 'tangibles' - the book: offers an authoritative 'encyclopaedia' to 'alternative' areas in European integration, from media, football, Erasmus and Tourism, to transport, space, AI and energy; retains coverage of the dominant topics in European Studies, such as the Eurozone, the Common Internal Market, or European Law, but in balance with other areas of interest; provides an essential companion to existing scholarship in European Studies. The Routledge Handbook of European Integrations is essential reading and an authoritative reference for scholars, students, researchers and practitioners involved in, and actively concerned about, research in the study of European integration/studies."--PUBLISHER'S NOTE.