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Plural Identities in Modern France
"This book offers a selection of the papers presented at the thirtieth annual conference of the Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France (ASMCF), held at the University of Manchester on 5 and 6 September 2008 ... "--Introd.
Social Democracy and European Integration
What kind of Europe do social democratic parties prefer? What is the origin of their preferences? Are they shaped by interests, institutions or ideas? If so, how? Why do social democratic political parties respond differently to the crucial question of the future of the European Union? While many social democratic parties initially opposed European integration either in principle or because of the form it took, gradually they came to lend their full, though often critical, support to it. Despite this evolution, important differences between them have remained. This book examines the preferences of social democratic parties in Germany, France, the UK, Sweden and Greece towards European integration, in comparative perspective. Using a variety of sources, including interviews with key party officials, the contributors explore what kind of Europe these parties want, and seek to explain the formation and evolution of these preferences over time. They examine the interplay of national peculiarities and cross-national factors and their impact on preferences on European integration. In addition to highlighting the role of party leaders, they reveal that, far from being united on European integration, these parties disagree with each other in part because they have retreated – to varying degrees – from key social democratic principles. Making an important contribution to the scholarship on preference formation and the research that links the European Union with the nation state, it will be of interest to students and scholars of the EU, comparative politics and political parties.
The Social Democratic Dilemma
This book examines the development of social democratic parties in Western Europe and suggests that instead of viewing a single model, in the past it was more accurate to consider a Northern and Southern European version. Each model varied in its characteristics, yet each retained an adherence to the same core values. But now a 'new' version of social democracy is emerging that is characterised by an advocacy of the tenets of neo-liberalism.
Social Democratic Parties in the European Union
This book offers a concise and accessible coverage of the historical background, the organization and policies of the fifteen social democratic parties in the European Union with a focus on the 1945-1990s period. It combines an updated study of the evolution of each party's ideology, sociology and policies, with attention also to the impact of European integration on the fortunes of social democratic forces. The book can be used as a reference text by academics, students and political practitioners and contains contact details and important reference information for each party.
The Sarkozy Presidency
Sarkozy came to power promising radical political and social change while simultaneously developing a presidential persona that melded the public and the personal under the glare of media attention, unparalleled in the French Fifth Republic. This volume provides a detailed analysis of the fit between his ambitions and the outcomes of his presidency
Undermined from above by economic globalization and European integration, and from below by the rise of identity politics, the French state has attempted to redefine its relationship to its citizens. Reinventing France examines the ways in which state action has endeavoured to promote social integration in an increasingly fragmented nation and has challenged traditional concepts of an indivisible Republic and universal citizenship rights in order to achieve the core republican ideals of freedom, equality and solidarity.
France today is in the throes of a crisis about whether to represent social differences within its political system and, if so, how. It is a crisis defined by the rhetoric of a universalism that takes the abstract individual to be the representative not only of citizens but also of the nation. In Parité! Joan Wallach Scott shows how the requirement for abstraction has led to the exclusion of women from French politics. During the 1990s, le mouvement pour la parité successfully campaigned for women's inclusion in elective office with an argument that is unprecedented in the annals of feminism. The paritaristes insisted that if the abstract individual were thought of as sexed, then sexual difference would no longer be a relevant consideration in politics. Scott insists that this argument was neither essentialist nor separatist; it was not about women's special qualities or interests. Instead, parité was rigorously universalist—and for that reason was both misunderstood and a source of heated debate.
Les travaux de ce volume ont ete presentes dans le cadre de la section Argumentation du XXX. Congres des Romanistes allemands, tenu a Vienne en septembre 2007. Ils discutent plusieurs aspects essentiels du phenomene de l'argumentation: dans une perspective theorique et methodologique, autour du rapport reciproque langue-argumentation et dans sa relation a l'analyse du discours. La prise en consideration, dans les contributions de ce volume, de plusieurs langues romanes, mais aussi de l'allemand permet de mieux reconnaitre les convergences et les divergences au niveau des procedes, de l'usage et de la verbalisation de l'argumentation dans des langues differentes."
L identit en jeux Pouvoirs identifications mobilisations
Ce que l'on nomme "identité" est devenu un thème central du débat politique et des affrontements idéologiques dans un grand nombre de sociétés contemporaines. cet ouvrage s'efforce de comprendre ce dont il est en réalité question lorsque le thème de l'identité, nationale ou autre, est mis en avant. Les études de cas montrent la diversité des modes de configuration des "identités" en politique, la variété des usages qui en sont faits et la complexité des effets que ces usages en ont dans les sociétés étudiées (France, Italie, Hongrie, Roumanie, Russie, Liban, Inde, Etats-Unis).