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In this analysis of the interaction between Europeanization and domestic determinants of change Chiva (2009: 205) concludes that "giving in to the adaptive pressures generated by the process of EU accession is not the same as acquiescing to a feminist agenda on gender equality.
The Europeanization has also its disadvantages in the sense that it decreases the safety in all indicators, for example: the Europeanization of the local chronic phenomena, the Europeanization of the major organized crime (trafficking of weapons, trafficking of drugs, trafficking of persons), and the radicalization of ethnic and of religious fanaticism, terrorism etc.
Thus, it is quite clear that Churches are also directly influenced by Europeanization, regardless of the wishes of their believers.
Europeanization is conventionally understood as a phenomenon of domestic adaptation to European integration.
Following this concept, we address several research questions: What are the main topics recognized as the most important for Europeanization of Eastern Europe today?
The enlargement literature has focused on the democratic quality of a regime as the main factor influencing the costs of Europeanization (cf.
In the second chapter, the authors present the book's conceptual and theoretical framework, starting with a discussion on the book's basic concepts Europeanization and MLG and how these relate to and influence overall governance in these states and the various policy sectors.
And the Europeanization of Germany's politics filled -- and still fills -- the civilization gap embodied in German statehood.
Aktivering, flexicurity, the surface Europeanization of employment?
Although the impressive amount of empirical data presented throughout the book offers insights into a variety of different processes, the general assessment of the volume is that such assumptions and expectations regarding Europeanization have been somewhat exaggerated, and "internal state history and politics have so far played the most important causal roles in shaping the fates of 'divided nations'" (p.
It was assessed on that occasion that this type communication helped maintain and promote further cooperation at all levels, enabled full coordination and detailed revision of initiatives and projects, and helped identify new projects in conformity with the shared aspirations for Europeanization of both countries and stabilization of the region.
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