Citizens’ Reactions to European Integration Compared: by Sophie Duchesne;Elizabeth Frazer;Florence Haegel

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Similarly, Favell questions the way european studies have been obsessed with input legitimacy, understood as political support for the European political system. In a sequel to Eurostars and Eurocities (Favell, 2008), in which he studied Europeans who have left their country and live in another European city (the case studies being Brussels, London and Amsterdam), he returns to the relationship these ‘Eurostars’ maintain with the EU (Favell, 2010). He concludes that they exert their European citizenship in quite apolitical ways: they neither care to vote at European elections nor do they particularly identify with the EU or as Europeans.

In sum, Alceste begins by separating the corpus – ours, of course, was already divided by country – into basic units of analysis which are roughly sentences or quasi sentences. The units of analysis are then grouped, according to the co-occurrences (using the Chi Squared test) of their content words. Alceste generates distinct classes determined by co-occurrences and supplies a ‘description’ of these classes in the form of a list of strongly associated words and units of analysis. The researcher intervenes at this stage, when she produces a substantive interpretation of the various classes and labels them.

It involves the articulation of disagreement and an explicit understanding that the process involves winning and losing. The question arises how ordinary citizens engage in or disengage from this conflict, and how, in interaction with others, they deal with disagreement. Conversations and discussions might be politicised – interlocutors might, or might not, enter into politics when talking. Opinions might be expressed; stances might be assumed and taken up. 18 Third, we hypothesise that, as a political issue, Europe reinforces the social gap between socio-economic classes – that is, of course, a classical structure of politics – and is articulated in citizens’ and politicians’ reactions to political matters.

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