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Multilevel citizenship, identity and regions in contemporary Europe.

Painter, J. (2002) 'Multilevel citizenship, identity and regions in contemporary Europe.', in Transnational democracy : political spaces and border crossings. London: Routledge, pp. 93-110. Transnationalism.


Contemporary globalisation both challenges conventional forms of democracy and is opening up new needs and possibilities for democratisation beyond the territoriality of national states. These issues are explored by an international and multidisciplinary array of experts who focus on federalism, multicultural societies, the European Union and potential agents for the democratisation of global institutions.

Item Type:Book chapter
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Keywords:Democratisation, Globalisation, State, Federalism, Multicultural societies, European Union.
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Date of first online publication:August 2002
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