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1st ed.
Prague : Czech Geographic Society, 2010
159 s. : il., 1 mapa ; 24 cm
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ISBN 978-80-904521-5-2 (váz.)
Geographica ; vol. 5
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000200803
2. The current European Union as a confederal consociational system: theoretical and methodological considerations -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Supranational approaches -- 2.3. Intergovernmental approaches -- 2.4. Confederal consociational approaches -- 2.4.1. Confederal consociational characteristics -- 2.4.2. Multi-level attachment -- 2.5. Explanatory modelling -- 2.5.1. Principal component analysis and LISREL modelling -- 2.5.2. Structural variables: the socio-economic dimension -- and EU membership (2005) -- 2.5.3. Public opinion variables: dimensions of post-materialism -- and negative views of globalisation (2005) -- 3. Westward geopolitical orientation towards the European Union: explaining public opinion across post-communist countries in the 1990s (survey 1996) -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Geopolitical transition and options for the West and the East -- 3.2.1. Different geopolitical and geo-economic options ---
3.2.2. A "westward" transition: democratisation and economic liberalisation -- 3.3. Explaining westward (EU) orientation in public opinion -- (LISREL modelling) -- 3.3.1. Public opinion variable and structural variables -- 3.3.2. Explanatory model -- 3.4. Conclusions -- 4. Eastern enlargement and public opinion regarding Czech membership (survey 2000) -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. EU historical core, semi-peripheries and peripheries -- 4.3. EU public opinion regarding Czech membership -- 4.3.1. Structural variables -- 4.3.2. Public opinion variables -- 4.3.3. Explaining public opinion across the EU15 -- 4.4. Changing public opinion in Czechia -- 4.5. Conclusions -- 5. Opposing public opinion regarding the draft of the EU constitution treaty (survey 2004) -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Some issues in debates on the proposed EU constitution -- 5.3. Socio-economic and core-periphery patterns (2003-2004) -- 5.4. Public opinion regarding the draft constitution ---
5.4.1. Structural variables -- 5.4.2. Public opinion variables -- 5.4.3. Explaining opposing public opinion -- 5.5. Conclusions -- 6. Attitudes on energy consumption across the enlarged European Union: uncertainties under globalisation pressures (survey 2005) -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. EU energy policy under pressure from globalisation and geopolitical considerations -- 6.3. Public opinion and attitudes towards energy consumption: -- two polarisations -- 6.4. An explanatory model of attitudes on energy consumption -- (LISREL modelling) -- 6.4.1. Structural and public opinion variables -- 6.4.2. Explaining attitudes on energy -- 6.5. Conclusions -- 7. Public opinion regarding the deepening and widening of the European Union and differentiated integration (survey 2005) -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Widening and deepening processes -- 7.2.1. Differentiation in public opinion on widening (further enlargement) -- 7.2.2. Differentiation in public opinion on deepening (a constitution) ---
7.3. Differentiated integration: multi-speed or two-speed integration -- 7.4. Postulated explanatory model (LISREL) -- 7.4.1. Structural and public opinion variables -- 7.4.2. Differentiation in reasons for an EU constitution -- 7.4.3. Explaining differentiation in reasons for an EU constitution -- 7.5. Conclusions -- 8. Concluding remarks
(OCoLC)724298680
cnb002172920

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