Diversity and the European Public Sphere. The Case of Denmark: EUROSPHERE COUNTRY REPORTS. Online Country Report No.5

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    Abstract

    This report contains empirical findings from the Danish case within the Eurosphere project. It is based on 55 interviews with Danish opinion makers on the topics of diversity, EU polity and the European public sphere

    The empirical research programme of EUROSPHERE aims to explore whether it is possible to develop an inclusive public sphere in the European Union. Based on different scenarios and alternative combinations of different approaches to diversity, polity, and the public sphere, EUROSPHERE aims to identify the notions, discourses, and objectives that are in the process of becoming dominant in key European actors and political spaces, how these notions and objectives are spread and made relevant in different political contexts as well as in the context of the European Union politics, and what contestations and conflicts they create in policymaking.

    The EUROSPHERE Country Reports Series represents the finalization of the very first step of a comprehensive comparative research programme. The aim of this series is to provide a brief summary of a huge data material collected by the project researchers. This report summarises empirical findings from the Danish setting, and is primarily based on expert interviews with 55 opinion makers within Denmark.

    Original languageEnglish
    Place of Publicationwww.eurospheres.org
    EditionNo. 5 2010
    Pages1-107
    Number of pages107
    ISBN (Electronic)1890-5986
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2010

    Keywords

    • Diversity
    • Gender
    • Public sphere
    • democracy
    • Participation
    • Opinion-makers
    • EU

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