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Framing Europe:
Attitudes to European Integration in Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom
Juan Díez Medrano

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Figures ix
List of Tables xi
Acknowledgments xiii
One
Introduction 1
PART I: FRAMES ON EUROPEAN INTEGRATION AND THE EUROPEAN UNION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM, GERMANY, AND SPAIN 19
Two
Ways of Seeing European Integration 21
Three
Good Reasons for and Attitudes toward European Integration 65
Four
Journalists and European Integration 106
PART II: NATIONAL CULTURES AND FRAMES ON EUROPEAN INTEGRATION 157
Five
Spain: Europe as a Mirror with Two Reflections 159
Six
West Germany: Between Self-Doubt and Pragmatism 179
Seven
East Germany: A Different Past, a Different Memory 200
Eight
The United Kingdom: Reluctant Europeans 214
Nine
Frames and Attitudes toward European Integration: A Statistical Validation 236
Ten
Conclusions 249
Appendix 1
Selection and Distribution of Respondents, and the Interviewing Process 263
Appendix 2
Newspaper Selection, Sampling, and Coding Procedures for Editorials and Opinion Pieces 267
Appendix 3
Frames on European Integration: A Discriminant Analysis, by City 270
Appendix 4
Sources for Part II: Novels, History Textbooks, and Head of State Addresses 271
Notes 277
References 299
Index 315

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