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The Resource EU citizens in the European Public Sphere : an analysis of EU News in 27 EU member states, Stafanie Walter

EU citizens in the European Public Sphere : an analysis of EU News in 27 EU member states, Stafanie Walter

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EU citizens in the European Public Sphere : an analysis of EU News in 27 EU member states
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EU citizens in the European Public Sphere
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an analysis of EU News in 27 EU member states
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Stafanie Walter
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Walter, Stefanie
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Studies in international, transnational and global communications
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  • Citizenship
  • Europe
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EU citizens in the European Public Sphere : an analysis of EU News in 27 EU member states, Stafanie Walter
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  • Acknowledgement; Table of Contents; List of Tables; List of Figures; 1. Introduction; 1.1. The EU and its Citizens; 1.2. EU Citizens and the European Public Sphere; 1.3. Aims and Research Questions; 1.4. Structure of the Book; 2. Citizenship, Democracy and the EU; 2.1. The Historical Development of the Concept of Citizenship; 2.2. Citizenship: The Underlying Concept of This Study; 2.3. Citizenship and Political Legitimacy; 2.4. Citizenship and the EU; 2.5. EU Citizenship: Development of the Concept; 2.6. EU Citizenship: The Underlying Concept of This Study; 2.7. Conclusion
  • 3. The Public Sphere3.1. An Analytical Definition of the Public Sphere; 3.2. Normative Models of the Public Sphere; 3.2.1. Elitist Public Sphere; 3.2.2. Liberal Public Sphere; 3.2.3. Discursive Public Sphere; 3.2.4. Participatory Public Sphere; 3.3. Conclusion; 4. The European Public Sphere; 4.1. An Analytical Definition of the European Public Sphere; 4.2. Extant Research on the European Public Sphere; 4.2.1. A Pan-European European Public Sphere; 4.2.2. The Europeanisation of National Public Spheres; 4.2.3. Empirical Observations: Does a European Public Sphere Exist?
  • 4.3. Extant Research on EU Citizens in the European Public Sphere4.4. Conclusion; 5. Research Questions; 6. Methodology; 6.1. Data; 6.2. Dependent Variables; 6.2.1. Concepts and Measurement; 6.2.2. Operationalisations; 7. To What Extent are EU Citizens Visible in the European Public Sphere?; 7.1. The Visibility of EU Citizens in EU News; 7.2. The Visibility of EU Citizens Across EU Member States; 7.3. Conclusion; 8. EU Citizens in the Light of Normative Public Sphere Theories; 8.1. Aim and Research Questions; 8.2. State of the Art; 8.3. Research Strategy
  • 8.4. Concepts, Measurement and Operationalisations8.5. Results: The Actor Structure in EU News; 8.5.1. Horizontal and Vertical Actor Structure; 8.5.2. Country Level Differences; 8.5.3. Quality of Visibility; 8.6. Conclusion; 9. Explaining the Visibility of EU Citizens in the European Public Sphere; 9.1. State of the Art; 9.2. Hypotheses; 9.2.1. News Story Related Factors; 9.2.2. Media Related Factors; 9.2.3. Country Level Factors: Member State's Relation to the EU; 9.2.4. Country Level Factors: Independent of EU Governance; 9.3. Methodology; 9.3.1. Measures -- Dependent Variables
  • 9.3.2. Measures -- Independent Variables9.4. Results; 9.4.1. Bivariate Analysis; 9.4.2. Multilevel Analysis; 9.5. Conclusion; 10. Excursus: Explaining the Visibility of Fellow EU Citizens; 10.1. Theoretical Background; 10.2. Hypotheses; 10.3. Methodology; 10.4. Results; 10.5. Conclusion; 11. Discussion and Conclusion; 11.1. Main Empirical Findings; 11.2. Theoretical Implications; 11.3. Limitations and Suggestions for Future Research; References; Appendix I Classification of Media Outlets; Appendix II Tables for Results in Chapter 8
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EU citizens in the European Public Sphere : an analysis of EU News in 27 EU member states, Stafanie Walter
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Contents
  • Acknowledgement; Table of Contents; List of Tables; List of Figures; 1. Introduction; 1.1. The EU and its Citizens; 1.2. EU Citizens and the European Public Sphere; 1.3. Aims and Research Questions; 1.4. Structure of the Book; 2. Citizenship, Democracy and the EU; 2.1. The Historical Development of the Concept of Citizenship; 2.2. Citizenship: The Underlying Concept of This Study; 2.3. Citizenship and Political Legitimacy; 2.4. Citizenship and the EU; 2.5. EU Citizenship: Development of the Concept; 2.6. EU Citizenship: The Underlying Concept of This Study; 2.7. Conclusion
  • 3. The Public Sphere3.1. An Analytical Definition of the Public Sphere; 3.2. Normative Models of the Public Sphere; 3.2.1. Elitist Public Sphere; 3.2.2. Liberal Public Sphere; 3.2.3. Discursive Public Sphere; 3.2.4. Participatory Public Sphere; 3.3. Conclusion; 4. The European Public Sphere; 4.1. An Analytical Definition of the European Public Sphere; 4.2. Extant Research on the European Public Sphere; 4.2.1. A Pan-European European Public Sphere; 4.2.2. The Europeanisation of National Public Spheres; 4.2.3. Empirical Observations: Does a European Public Sphere Exist?
  • 4.3. Extant Research on EU Citizens in the European Public Sphere4.4. Conclusion; 5. Research Questions; 6. Methodology; 6.1. Data; 6.2. Dependent Variables; 6.2.1. Concepts and Measurement; 6.2.2. Operationalisations; 7. To What Extent are EU Citizens Visible in the European Public Sphere?; 7.1. The Visibility of EU Citizens in EU News; 7.2. The Visibility of EU Citizens Across EU Member States; 7.3. Conclusion; 8. EU Citizens in the Light of Normative Public Sphere Theories; 8.1. Aim and Research Questions; 8.2. State of the Art; 8.3. Research Strategy
  • 8.4. Concepts, Measurement and Operationalisations8.5. Results: The Actor Structure in EU News; 8.5.1. Horizontal and Vertical Actor Structure; 8.5.2. Country Level Differences; 8.5.3. Quality of Visibility; 8.6. Conclusion; 9. Explaining the Visibility of EU Citizens in the European Public Sphere; 9.1. State of the Art; 9.2. Hypotheses; 9.2.1. News Story Related Factors; 9.2.2. Media Related Factors; 9.2.3. Country Level Factors: Member State's Relation to the EU; 9.2.4. Country Level Factors: Independent of EU Governance; 9.3. Methodology; 9.3.1. Measures -- Dependent Variables
  • 9.3.2. Measures -- Independent Variables9.4. Results; 9.4.1. Bivariate Analysis; 9.4.2. Multilevel Analysis; 9.5. Conclusion; 10. Excursus: Explaining the Visibility of Fellow EU Citizens; 10.1. Theoretical Background; 10.2. Hypotheses; 10.3. Methodology; 10.4. Results; 10.5. Conclusion; 11. Discussion and Conclusion; 11.1. Main Empirical Findings; 11.2. Theoretical Implications; 11.3. Limitations and Suggestions for Future Research; References; Appendix I Classification of Media Outlets; Appendix II Tables for Results in Chapter 8
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