latest stage of “the European project”—political and economic integration within the European Union. British Euroscepticism is underpinned by two interlinked factors: the resurgence of populism and English nationalism. Second, an account of the
Euroscepticism, Populism, Nationalism, and Societal Division
Keith Hart, Florence Weber, Nathan Schlanger, Gavin Flood, and Mike Gane
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The Challenges of Brexit and COVID
crisis level, so that now the societal and environmental futures of all European countries are inextricably bound together. And fourth, there is the rapid rise of populist nationalism across Europe, which has been caused by the exclusion and
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and that export their cultural specificities to other cultures. As has already been mentioned, it is not only uncontrolled globalization that menaces the future of Europe. It is also the possibility of a strong rise of new and old types of nationalism
Ian Mahoney and Tony Kearon
the role of Euroscepticism, populism, and English nationalism in the Brexit vote, and its potential societal consequences by drawing on social quality theory (SQT) to provide a more in-depth region focused analysis of the anti-EU sentiment in the UK
The Evolution of 20 Years of Social Quality Thinking
communities in the city of Stoke-on-Trent in the United Kingdom, which had one of the highest percentages of the Leave votes resulting in Brexit. These voters were oriented to Euroscepticism, populism, and nationalism, as earlier discussed in this journal
Brexit, Sustainability, Economics, Companies’ Responsibilities, and Current Representations
English nationalism as reasons for the success of the vote to leave. In the referendum campaign everything was permitted. For example, the anti-Brexit campaigners did not systematically stimulate a debate on the potential for European cooperation
An Introduction to the Problematique of Ukraine
recognition of the overwhelming impact of the change of the conditional factors of social quality—such as the dynamics of social cohesion building through patriotic nationalism revived at an unprecedented scale, the armed conflict with its physical and
Sartre’s Article on Kafka and the Fantastic
article) clear political implications for Sartre. This is shown in the way in which Sartre consistently associates the authors concerned with the nationalism of Charles Maurras – a condemnation that is revealing in light of the Jewish Kafka. The ‘French