Ettore Recchi, Adrian Favell, Fulya Apaydin, Roxana Barbulescu, Michael Braun, Irina Ciornei, Niall Cunningham, Juan Diez Medrano, Deniz Neriman Duru, Laurie Hanquinet, Janne Solgaard Jensen, Steffen Pötzschke, David Reimer, Justyna Salamońska, Mike Savage, Albert Varela.
Everyday Europe Social Transnationalism in an Unsettled Continent
Bristol. Policy Press, s. 328
Drawing on unique research and rich data on cross-border practices, this book offers an empirically-based view on Europeans’ interconnections in everyday life. It looks at the ways in which EU residents have been getting closer across national frontiers: in their everyday experiences of foreign countries – work, travel, personal networks – but also their knowledge, consumption of foreign products, and attitudes towards foreign culture.
These evolving European dimensions have been enabled by the EU-backed legal opening to transnational economic and cultural transactions, while also differing according to national contexts. The book considers how people reconcile their increasing cross-border interconnections and a politically separating Europe of nation states and national interests.