Regional communities, membership and socialisation : a comparative analysis
The study of how regional communities socialise human rights via membership has long been wedded to the detailed focus on the European Union (EU) as the most prominent example of that phenomenon. However, this over focus has unbalanced studies of how regional communities, membership and socialisation intersect, and the over concentration on a single atypical case has created an unhealthy preoccupation with notions of conditionality. This work corrects this myopia through a focus on the...[Show more]
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