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  • Author:
    Nathalie Karagiannis
  • ISBN:
    1846310806
  • ISBN13:
    978-1846310805
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    Liverpool University Press; 1 edition (October 29, 2007)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
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    Humanities
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European solidarity (‘European Paths to Transnational Solidarity i. Measurement and Social and Regional Distribution of a Multifaceted.

European solidarity (‘European Paths to Transnational Solidarity in. Times of Crisis’-TransSOL). TransSOL aimed to increase knowledge. Solidarity is one of the key phenomena studied in the social sciences. Acta Sociologica, XLIX, 149–167.

Varieties of World Making: Beyond Globalization (Liverpool University Press - Studies in European Regional Cultures). Nathalie Karagiannis, Peter Wagner. Download (pdf, . 8 Mb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

European Solidarity book.

European Commission - Regional Policy - Inforegio : In your country - Development .

European Commission - Regional Policy - Inforegio : In your country - Development programmes. European Regional Development Fund Cohesion Fund European Social Fund EU Solidarity Fund IPA. What's new. News Events Press releases Consultations.

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Nathalie Karagiannis. Many who evoke the term solidarity are influenced by an underlying sense of urgency and whether the use of the term plays upon an intellectual concept or harnesses solidarity’s more practical expressions, this political buzzword wields influence. European Solidarity proposes a variety of sophisticated historical and theoretical conceptualizations of solidarity, while simultaneously exposing the practical implications of its contemporary expressions.

Keywords: solidarity, european migration crisis, refugee movements, public responses, Germany, guilt complex. But we first need to create national and external regional solidarity

Keywords: solidarity, european migration crisis, refugee movements, public responses, Germany, guilt complex. Recent developments around the world, including the refugee and migration crises, have sparked controversy about the state of global solidarity; some people see it declining and others feel that more and more people are showing support for people in need. But we first need to create national and external regional solidarity. conditions that prevent the radicalization of Internal solidarity should be directed to the society and give a strong signal to humanity willingness of the population to help refugees to show that Europe's values are valid in in need.

Calls for solidarity are always accompanied by feelings of urgency. This is true both for the multifarious practical expressions of solidarity and for the intellectual usages of the concept. At the outbreak of the war in Iraq, for instance, the word and concept of 'solidarity' were brought to the fore by three of the most influential thinkers of our time, Jürgen Habermas, Jacques Derrida and Richard Rorty. However, solidarity is still used as a mere buzzword by a surprisingly broad spectrum of the political world. The book has a twofold central objective: it aims both at proposing a variety of sophisticated historical and theoretical reconceptualisations of solidarity and at exposing and spelling out the practical implications of contemporary expressions of solidarity. These two objectives are tightly related by their common frame of reference: European societies and, possibly in the future, a European polity. Thus, a first, historical and theoretical part explores the emergence, consolidation and challenging of the concept of solidarity in the context of differences in social, religious and political conditions within Europe. A second, more 'empirical' part investigates the most crucial challenges posed to solidarity in the European space: the EU integration process itself, immigration, Islam, the relation of Western Europe to Eastern Europe, and to developing countries.