International Institutions and Socialization in Europe: International Institutions and Socialization in Europe: Introduction and Framework

  title={International Institutions and Socialization in Europe: International Institutions and Socialization in Europe: Introduction and Framework},
  author={Jeffrey T. Checkel},
How does knowledge circulate in a regulatory network? Observing a European Platform of Regulatory Authorities meeting
What deliberation, socialization, and learning, considered as devices typical of “soft” governance modes, mean as concrete social practices within a network is sought to elucidate.
Institutional Dimension of Biodiversity Conservation
This thesis makes a contribution to the growing body of literature examining the institutional dimension of human-environment interactions. It has been guided by an interest in the problem of loss of
"The bullets sound like music to my ears" : socialization of child soldiers within African rebel groups
Based on over 400 in-depth interviews with child soldiers and their commanders, this research reveals how rebel group socialization leads to allegiance among child soldiers and how this contributes
La politique de sécurité et de défense commune de l’UE: les effets de socialisation
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Peer Pressure: Social Psychology and the Political and Security Committee
Constructivist literature has recently focused on how agents’ identities are changed when entering into new international communities. Jeffrey Checkel (2005) proposes that socialization is a process
Perceptions of Trust and National Perspectives in Multinational Crisis Management: An Examination of the European Union Military Strategic Level
This thesis is motivated by an increasing degree of unfamiliarity and prominence of national dimensions in multinational crisis management. The research rationale rests on the argument that trust is
Does deliberation matter?: the impact of the Bologna process on attitudes and policies in European higher education
This research analyses the impact of deliberative governance mechanisms on policy reforms. This mode of governance involves the direct participation of state and non-state actors in meetings,