Attitudes Towards Europe Beyond Euroscepticism: Supporting by Danilo Di Mauro, Vincenzo Memoli

By Danilo Di Mauro, Vincenzo Memoli

The ebook addresses the subject of european legitimacy by way of exploring the varieties, origins and results of voters' help to ecu associations. via interpreting the wide-ranging degrees of aid, the authors convey how those multi-faceted attitudes forged colour at the outmoded, slightly one-dimensional proposal of Euroscepticism. Di Mauro and Memoli not just notice how political matters and the commercial difficulty impact public opinion, but additionally exhibit how nationwide contexts play a very important function in shaping attitudes in the direction of Europe at any point of help. This quantity indicates how the inability of responsibility within the european process makes it more and more at risk of the unwanted effects of financial and societal shocks, and the 'national lens' that we view the european via impacts our vote casting choices.

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The analysis conducted here demonstrated that, once the concept of support has been typologized, personal and social saliency affect specific support for different policy domains. e. policies) to that issue, also at national and European levels (H1b). SOURCES OF OPPOSITION TOWARD EUROPE: ISSUE SALIENCY AND SPECIFIC... 43 This effect of saliency is mostly negative, showing a depressing effect of issue saliency on satisfaction with EU performance for the same issue. A first test showed, moreover, that negative evaluations are more likely for people wanting stronger EU action on that issue.

MEMOLI Fig.  17]) of EU attitudes: affective, performance oriented, identity, utilitarian, and prospective (strengthening integration). This study, although it used data from a single nation (the Netherlands), reached similar results. In particular the authors “note that distinction of the objects of EU attitudes (following Easton 1975) directed at the regime and the community is largely in line with the empirical evidence” (Boomgaarden et al. ”(Boomgaarden et al.  258) BEYOND EUROSCEPTICISM. A MULTIDIMENSIONAL PERSPECTIVE 17 Fig.

Euroscepticism is a limited concept, still valid for the investigation of negative attitudes toward European integration, but unable to describe the multiple dimensions of sentiments toward European institutions. To reach this goal the concepts of public support and opposition—as defined by Easton and successively implemented— seem more appropriate for mapping citizens’ attitudes toward European authorities. e. local, national, and supranational) and that include a wide set of sentiments: from attitudes toward specific policies to beliefs and general feelings toward public authorities.

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