National Identity and the European Union: case study of Brexit

Thesis title: National Identity and the European Union: case study of Brexit
Author: Etijoro, Leslie Oghenekaro
Thesis type: Diplomová práce
Supervisor: Rolenc, Jan Martin
Opponents: Doležal, Tomáš
Thesis language: Česky
Abstract:
since the origin of the European it has experienced different challenges ranging from security, migration, terrorism, and economic issues. However, there is a challenge that is imminent and more threatening to the European Union, Nationality of its member-states. the challenge of nationality has plagued the E.U. and this research intend to analyse the impact of nationality in the context of Brexit.The main question here is the analysis of the impact of nationality in the British policy of Brexit. What and how did nationality influence the Brexit. And also a quantitative and a qualitative analysis of the British-E.U. policy before the Brexit.Literature, Books1. Bruyn, S.T. (2005). A Civil Republic Beyond Capitalism and Nationalism. Bloomfield, CT, Kumarian Press.2. Viotti, P.R., & Kauppi, M. V. (2008). International Relations and World Politics, Security, Economy, Identity. Harlow, Prentice Hall.3. Woodwell, D. (2007). Nationalism in International Relations, Norms, Foreign Policy, and Enmity. New York, Palgrave Macmillan.Articles1. Ashcroft, R., & Bevir, M. (2016). Pluralism, National Identity and Citizenship:Britain after Brexit. The Political Quarterly, Vol. 87, (No. 3), 355to359.2. Fontana, C. G., & Parsons, C. (2014). One Womans Prejudice: Did Margaret Thatcher Cause Britains Anti Europeanism? Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 53(No. 1), 89to105.3. Goodwin, M. J. & Heath, O. (2016). The 2016 Referendum, Brexit and the LeftBehind, An Aggregate-level Analysis of theResult. The Political Quarterly Vol. 87, (No. 3), 323to332.4. Henderson, A. & McEwen N. (2005). Do Shared Values Underpin National Identity? Examining the Role of Values in National Identity in Canada and the United Kingdom. National Identities, 7(2) 173to191.5. Martin, A. K. (2012). National Identity Infrastructures, Lessons from the United Kingdom. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology Volume 386 of the series. 44to55.6. Oliver, T. (2015). To be or not to be in Europe: is that the question? Britains European question and an in/out referendum. International Affairs, Vol. 91(No. 1), 77to91.7. Whitman R. G. (2016). Brexit or Bremain, What Future for the UKs European Diplomatic Strategy? International Affairs Vol. 92(No. 3) 509to529.MethodologyQuantitative and qualitative content analysis
Keywords: European Union; Brexit; Nationality
Thesis title: National Identity and the European Union: case study of Brexit
Author: Etijoro, Leslie Oghenekaro
Thesis type: Diploma thesis
Supervisor: Rolenc, Jan Martin
Opponents: Doležal, Tomáš
Thesis language: Česky
Abstract:
since the origin of the European it has experienced different challenges ranging from security, migration, terrorism, and economic issues. However, there is a challenge that is imminent and more threatening to the European Union, Nationality of its member-states. the challenge of nationality has plagued the E.U. and this research intend to analyse the impact of nationality in the context of Brexit.The main question here is the analysis of the impact of nationality in the British policy of Brexit. What and how did nationality influence the Brexit. And also a quantitative and a qualitative analysis of the British-E.U. policy before the Brexit.Literature, Books1. Bruyn, S.T. (2005). A Civil Republic Beyond Capitalism and Nationalism. Bloomfield, CT, Kumarian Press.2. Viotti, P.R., & Kauppi, M. V. (2008). International Relations and World Politics, Security, Economy, Identity. Harlow, Prentice Hall.3. Woodwell, D. (2007). Nationalism in International Relations, Norms, Foreign Policy, and Enmity. New York, Palgrave Macmillan.Articles1. Ashcroft, R., & Bevir, M. (2016). Pluralism, National Identity and Citizenship:Britain after Brexit. The Political Quarterly, Vol. 87, (No. 3), 355to359.2. Fontana, C. G., & Parsons, C. (2014). One Womans Prejudice: Did Margaret Thatcher Cause Britains Anti Europeanism? Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 53(No. 1), 89to105.3. Goodwin, M. J. & Heath, O. (2016). The 2016 Referendum, Brexit and the LeftBehind, An Aggregate-level Analysis of theResult. The Political Quarterly Vol. 87, (No. 3), 323to332.4. Henderson, A. & McEwen N. (2005). Do Shared Values Underpin National Identity? Examining the Role of Values in National Identity in Canada and the United Kingdom. National Identities, 7(2) 173to191.5. Martin, A. K. (2012). National Identity Infrastructures, Lessons from the United Kingdom. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology Volume 386 of the series. 44to55.6. Oliver, T. (2015). To be or not to be in Europe: is that the question? Britains European question and an in/out referendum. International Affairs, Vol. 91(No. 1), 77to91.7. Whitman R. G. (2016). Brexit or Bremain, What Future for the UKs European Diplomatic Strategy? International Affairs Vol. 92(No. 3) 509to529.MethodologyQuantitative and qualitative content analysis
Keywords: Brexit; European Union; Nationality

Information about study

Study programme: Mezinárodní ekonomické vztahy/International and Diplomatic Studies
Type of study programme: Magisterský studijní program
Assigned degree: Ing.
Institutions assigning academic degree: Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze
Faculty: Faculty of International Relations
Department: Department of International and Diplomatic Studies

Information on submission and defense

Date of assignment: 22. 10. 2016
Date of submission: 8. 12. 2017
Date of defense: 31. 1. 2018
Identifier in the InSIS system: https://insis.vse.cz/zp/59353/podrobnosti

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