Pioneers of European Integration: Citizenship and Mobility in the EU
Ettore Recchi, Adrian Favell
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Political Science - 320 pages
Pioneers of European Integration contributes greatly to European sociology by offering unique quantitative data on the so far uncharted group of intra-EU movers. Theresa Kuhn, European Sociological Review Free movement has become a defining feature of Eur
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2 The demographics of movers and stayers in the European Union
migration projects in an integrating Europe
4 The social mobility of mobile Europeans
5 Living across cultures in a transnational Europe
6 More mobile more European? Free movement and EU identity
towards a fullyfledged European citizenship?
8 A common information space? The media use of EU movers
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abroad acculturation age at migration analysis assimilation bourgeoisie Britain British COO and COR COO media COR identity COR language COR TV country of origin country of residence cultural integration destination country East–West economic EIMSS Ethnic EU movers Eurobarometer Europe European citizens European citizenship European Commission European elections European identity European integration European Social Survey European Union Eurostat experience Favell feel France free movement French friends gender High-skilled manual higher home country immigrants intercultural intercultural competence internal movers International Migration Interviewer intra-EU migrants Italians in Germany Italy labour market migration motive move national identities non-Europeans overall participation partner Petty bourgeoisie PIONEUR political politicization positive questions reasons Recchi respondents Romanian sample significant social integration social mobility Spain Spanish in Germany stayers survey Table third country tion transnational type 6 movers university degree V–VI variables vote workers