Action and attitudes matter: International public opinion towards the European Union:

@inproceedings{Schlipphak2013ActionAA,
  title={Action and attitudes matter: International public opinion towards the European Union:},
  author={Bernd Schlipphak},
  year={2013}
}
Descriptive studies on the European Union’s global image reveal generally favourable feelings towards the European Union on the part of citizens outside Europe. However, European Union perceptions vary considerably across countries. This article argues that these patterns can be analytically explained by taking context and individual factors into account. European Union behaviour and an individual’s supranationalist attitude should exert a substantial impact on citizens’ feelings. A multi… CONTINUE READING

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