The Europeanisation of Everyday Life: Cross-Border Practices and Transnational Identities among EU and Third-Country Citizens
The EUCROSS project examines the relationship between the manifold activities of EU residents (nationals, mobile EU citizens, and third-country nationals) across the borders of nation states and their collective identities.
Which cross-border practices are more likely to foster some form of identification with the EU – e.g., contacts with foreign friends and/or unwanted foreigners, periods of labour mobility abroad, buying property abroad, business and tourist travel, or consumer relations with international companies?
Under which contextual and individual conditions do these experiences promote a higher sensitivity to 'Europe' – rather than the 'local' or the 'global' – as an identity catalyst?
Which social groups are more prone to adopt a European mindset in the wake of the Europeanisation of everyday life?
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EUCROSS final conference - Wednesday June 25 9:30
Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique - Boulevard de l'Empereur 4
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EUCROSS Final Report
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