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This volume of essays employs discourse theory to analyze mainstream topics in contemporary European politics. Inspired by developments in post-structuralist, psychoanalytic and post-Marxist theory, each contributor problematizes a central issue in European governance, including European security, Third Way politics, constitutional and administrative reform, new forms of nationalism and populism, the shift from welfare to workfare, environmental politics and local government. Alongside these substantive issues, the book tackles questions raised by the difficulties of applying discourse theory to empirical cases.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This volume of essays employs discourse theory to analyze mainstream topics in contemporary European politics. Inspired by developments in post-structuralist, psychoanalytic and post-Marxist theory, each contributor problematizes a central issue in European governance, including European security, Third Way politics, constitutional and administrative reform, new forms of nationalism and populism, the shift from welfare to workfare, environmental politics and local government. Alongside these substantive issues, the book tackles questions raised by the difficulties of applying discourse theory to empirical cases.
Autorenporträt
NIELS ÅKERSTRØM ANDERSEN Professor, Copenhagen Business School, DenmarkSTEVE BASTOW Senior Lecturer in Politics, Kingston University, UKLILIE CHOULIARIAKI Associate professor, University of Copenhagen, DenmarkANTHONY CLOHESY Lecturer in Politics, University of Essex, UKSTEVEN GRIGGS Lecturer on Public Policy, Birmingham University, UKMAARTEN A. HAJER Professor of Public Policy and Political Science, University of Amsterdam, The NetherlandsALLAN DREYER HANSEN Associate Profesor in Public Administration, Roskilde University, DenmarkJAMES MARTIN Lecturer in Politics, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UKVERONIQUE MOTTIER Teaching Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge, UKOSCAR REYES Department of Government, University of Essex, UKEVA SØRENSEN Professor of Public Administration, Roskilde University, DenmarkYANNIS STAVRAKAKIS Research Fellow, Department of Politics, University of Nottingham, UKPATRICK DE VOS Ghent University, BelgiumOLE WAEVER Professor of International Politics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark