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The Resource EU-Russia energy relations : a discursive approach, Lukáš Tichý

EU-Russia energy relations : a discursive approach, Lukáš Tichý

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EU-Russia energy relations : a discursive approach
Title
EU-Russia energy relations
Title remainder
a discursive approach
Statement of responsibility
Lukáš Tichý
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Author
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Language
eng
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1982-
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Tichý, Lukáš
Dewey number
333.79
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no index present
LC call number
HD9502.A4
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
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  • Energy policy
  • Russia
  • Europe
Label
EU-Russia energy relations : a discursive approach, Lukáš Tichý
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multicolored
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Abbreviations; Chapter 1: The EU-Russia Energy Relations Between Nondiscursive and Discursive Approaches: An Introduction; 1.1 The Importance of Energy Security in EU-Russia Relations; 1.2 The State of the Art; 1.3 The Focus of the Monograph, the Main Goal, and the Research Question; 1.4 The Theoretical Framework; 1.5 The Methodological Framework; 1.6 Literature and Sources; 1.7 The Structure of the Monograph; References; Chapter 2: Energy Relations Between the EU and Russia; 2.1 The Legislative and Institutional Framework of EU-RF Energy Relations
  • 2.1.1 The Partnership and Cooperation Agreement2.1.2 The Four Common Spaces; 2.1.3 The EU-Russia Partnership for Modernisation; 2.1.4 The EU-Russia Energy Dialogue; 2.2 The Energy Policy of the Russian Federation Regarding the EU; 2.2.1 The Main Actors of Energy Policy of the Russian Federation; 2.2.2 Goals, Instruments, and Interests of Russian Energy Policy Regarding the EU; 2.3 The Energy Policy of the European Union Regarding Russia; 2.3.1 The Main Actors of Energy Policy of the European Union; 2.3.2 Goals, Instruments, and Interests of EU Energy Policy Regarding Russia
  • 2.4 The Crisis in Ukraine in 2014 and the Development of EU-RF Energy Relations2.4.1 The Development of Energy Relations in 2015-2018; References; Chapter 3: A Constructivist-Discursive Approach to Studying EU-Russia Energy Relations; 3.1 The Theoretical Framework: Constructivism and Discourse; 3.1.1 Social Constructivism; 3.1.2 The Concept of Discourse; 3.2 The Constructivist-Discursive Approach to Key Concepts; 3.2.1 Energy Discourse; 3.2.2 Norms, Values, and Ideas and Their Relation to Discourse and Identity; 3.2.3 The Construction of Identity in Discourse
  • 3.2.4 The Relation of External Identity to Interests3.2.5 Intersubjectivity in EU-RF Energy Relations; 3.3 The Chosen Methodology; 3.3.1 Discourse Analysis; 3.3.2 The Case Study; 3.3.3 The Comparative Method; 3.4 The Main Creators of the EU-Russia Energy Discourse; 3.4.1 The Actor of a Discourse and Its Relation to the Discursive Structure/Reality; 3.4.2 Key Representatives of the EU Energy Discourse; 3.4.3 The Main Representatives of the Russian Energy Discourse; 3.5 The Collection of Data and the Creation of a Corpus of Documents; 3.5.1 The Criteria for Choosing EU and Russian Documents
  • 3.5.2 Selecting EU Documents from 2004 to 20093.5.3 Selecting Russian Documents from 2004 to 2009; 3.5.4 Selecting EU Documents from 2010 to 2014; 3.5.5 Selecting Russian Documents from 2010 to 2014; 3.6 Approaches to the EU-Russia Energy Discourse; 3.6.1 The Integration Discourse; 3.6.2 The Liberalisation Discourse; 3.6.3 The Diversification Discourse; References; Chapter 4: The EU Energy Discourses on the Russian Federation in 2004-2014; 4.1 The Integration Discourse of the EU in 2004-2009; 4.1.1 The Main Themes and Contents of the Integration Discourse
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9783030041069
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  • on1080520570
  • (OCoLC)1080520570
Label
EU-Russia energy relations : a discursive approach, Lukáš Tichý
Publication
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unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Abbreviations; Chapter 1: The EU-Russia Energy Relations Between Nondiscursive and Discursive Approaches: An Introduction; 1.1 The Importance of Energy Security in EU-Russia Relations; 1.2 The State of the Art; 1.3 The Focus of the Monograph, the Main Goal, and the Research Question; 1.4 The Theoretical Framework; 1.5 The Methodological Framework; 1.6 Literature and Sources; 1.7 The Structure of the Monograph; References; Chapter 2: Energy Relations Between the EU and Russia; 2.1 The Legislative and Institutional Framework of EU-RF Energy Relations
  • 2.1.1 The Partnership and Cooperation Agreement2.1.2 The Four Common Spaces; 2.1.3 The EU-Russia Partnership for Modernisation; 2.1.4 The EU-Russia Energy Dialogue; 2.2 The Energy Policy of the Russian Federation Regarding the EU; 2.2.1 The Main Actors of Energy Policy of the Russian Federation; 2.2.2 Goals, Instruments, and Interests of Russian Energy Policy Regarding the EU; 2.3 The Energy Policy of the European Union Regarding Russia; 2.3.1 The Main Actors of Energy Policy of the European Union; 2.3.2 Goals, Instruments, and Interests of EU Energy Policy Regarding Russia
  • 2.4 The Crisis in Ukraine in 2014 and the Development of EU-RF Energy Relations2.4.1 The Development of Energy Relations in 2015-2018; References; Chapter 3: A Constructivist-Discursive Approach to Studying EU-Russia Energy Relations; 3.1 The Theoretical Framework: Constructivism and Discourse; 3.1.1 Social Constructivism; 3.1.2 The Concept of Discourse; 3.2 The Constructivist-Discursive Approach to Key Concepts; 3.2.1 Energy Discourse; 3.2.2 Norms, Values, and Ideas and Their Relation to Discourse and Identity; 3.2.3 The Construction of Identity in Discourse
  • 3.2.4 The Relation of External Identity to Interests3.2.5 Intersubjectivity in EU-RF Energy Relations; 3.3 The Chosen Methodology; 3.3.1 Discourse Analysis; 3.3.2 The Case Study; 3.3.3 The Comparative Method; 3.4 The Main Creators of the EU-Russia Energy Discourse; 3.4.1 The Actor of a Discourse and Its Relation to the Discursive Structure/Reality; 3.4.2 Key Representatives of the EU Energy Discourse; 3.4.3 The Main Representatives of the Russian Energy Discourse; 3.5 The Collection of Data and the Creation of a Corpus of Documents; 3.5.1 The Criteria for Choosing EU and Russian Documents
  • 3.5.2 Selecting EU Documents from 2004 to 20093.5.3 Selecting Russian Documents from 2004 to 2009; 3.5.4 Selecting EU Documents from 2010 to 2014; 3.5.5 Selecting Russian Documents from 2010 to 2014; 3.6 Approaches to the EU-Russia Energy Discourse; 3.6.1 The Integration Discourse; 3.6.2 The Liberalisation Discourse; 3.6.3 The Diversification Discourse; References; Chapter 4: The EU Energy Discourses on the Russian Federation in 2004-2014; 4.1 The Integration Discourse of the EU in 2004-2009; 4.1.1 The Main Themes and Contents of the Integration Discourse
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1 online resource
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9783030041069
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
c
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com.springer.onix.9783030041076
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remote
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  • on1080520570
  • (OCoLC)1080520570

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