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International institutions and socialization in Europe

Author: Jeffrey T Checkel
Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Series: International organization, v. 59, no. 4
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Since the path-breaking work of Karl Deutsch on security communities and Ernst Haas on European integration, it has been clear that international institutions may create senses of community and belonging beyond the nation state. Put differently, they can socialize. Yet the mechanisms underlying such dynamics have been unclear. This volume explores these mechanisms of international community building, from a  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey T Checkel
ISBN: 0521689376 9780521689373
OCLC Number: 71778994
Notes: "The essays in this collection originally appeared as a special issue of the journal International organization (59, 4, Fall 2005), which wasitself the fruit of a larger collaboration on "Europeanization, collecitve Identities and public discourses" (IDNET)."--Preface.
Description: x, 280 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Part I. International Institutions as Community Builders: 1. International institutions and socialization in Europe: introduction and framework Jeffrey T. Checkel --
Part 2: The Socializing Power of European Institutions": 2. Strategic calculation and international socialization: membership incentives, party constellations and sustained compliance in central and eastern Europe Frank Schimmelfennig --
3. Several roads lead to international norms, but few via international socialization: a case study of the European Commission Liesbet Hooghe --
4. Multiple embeddedness and socialization in Europe: the case of council officials Jan Beyers --
5. The Janus face of Brussels: socialization and everyday decision making in the European Union Jeffrey Lewis --
6. Security institutions as agents of socialization" NATO and the 'New Europe' Alexandra Gheciu --
Part III. Critique, Conclusions and Extensions: 7. Conclusions and extensions: toward mid-range theorizing and beyond Europe Alastair Iain Johnston --
8. Getting socialized to build bridges: constructivism and rationalism, Europe and the nation-state Michael Zürn and Jeffrey T. Checkel.
Series Title: International organization, v. 59, no. 4
Responsibility: edited by Jeffrey T. Checkel.
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The collection represents a shift in research on international institutions, from a preoccupation with showing that institutions mattered in world politics to a more recent exploration of the  Read more...

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'... an intellectual challenge and stimulating reading for both rationalist and constructivist-oriented scholars of European integration and international relations ...' Political Studies Review

 
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