CosmoPoles: A Mixed-methods Study on the European Identity of Higher-educated Polish Youth
Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 2009, 9, 3, 429-451
MOES, Jeroen, CosmoPoles: A Mixed-methods Study on the European Identity of Higher-educated Polish Youth, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 2009, 9, 3, 429-451 - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/15052
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Through the combination of quantitative and qualitative analyses, this study investigates the extent to which a European identity has emerged across Europe and what it means to 'be European' for higher-educated Polish youth. The results of a quantitative comparative analysis (multilevel regression analysis on Eurobarometer survey data) are complemented by the results from a qualitative inquiry that was conducted within the framework of the same research project. It is argued that national and European political identifications are not mutually exclusive but rather seem to complement each other (both quantitatively and qualitatively). It is further argued that mixed-methods research designs offer a promising approach to the study of collective identities and Europeanisation.
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