The course will take advantage of the multinationality of students in the classroom. It will allow the students to analyse the specific version of Eurosceptic views in one country in relation to other variants of Euroscepticism present across Europe. The course will start with an overview of the most important works on the concept of Euroscepticism, following the positioning of Eurosceptic views on the monetary integration in Europe. The research seminar will focus on the subject-approach to Euroscepticism. It will try to verify the most important factors determining the phenomenon. Special attention will be paid to the economic crisis (2007–2014) which is understood as an important contextual variable of Euroscepticism. All the above knowledge will constitute a foundation upon which the students will conceptualize their research plans and will conduct their own research.

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  • ECTS: 6
  • Component Code: 02.04.T.E
  • lecturer: Professor Rafał Riedel
  • Institute: Political Science
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