Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 267196
Sist endret: 10. mars 2021 12:07

Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 267196
Sist endret: 10. mars 2021 12:07
Prosjekt

Europeanization of the Norwegian Public Sphere in a Comparative Perspective

prosjektleder

Hakan Gurcan Sicakkan
ved Institutt for sammenliknende politikk ved Universitetet i Bergen

prosjekteier / koordinerende forskningsansvarlig enhet

  • Institutt for sammenliknende politikk ved Universitetet i Bergen

Kontaktinformasjon

Telefon
5558972007
Sted
hakan.sicakkan@uib.no

Tidsramme

Avsluttet
Start: 1. september 2007 Slutt: 29. februar 2012

Beskrivelse Beskrivelse

Tittel

Europeanization of the Norwegian Public Sphere in a Comparative Perspective

Sammendrag

This project is a local extension of Eurosphere. It is co-funded by the Norwegian Research Council, the University of Bergen, and the Social Sciences Faculty. By extending the Norwegian part of Eurosphere, the aim is to assess how selected Norwegian social and political actors participate in and attempt to influence the debates in and about the European public sphere as well as how “European” they themselves become in this process. This project involves four PhD-projects:1. Bjarte Folkestad’s doctoral project is ‘Political Parties and Europe: A Study of Euroscepticism in Nordic and Central Eastern European political parties’. An important question he will answer is why some political parties are eurosceptic, and the consequences of political parties’ euroscepticism for the development of a European public sphere.2. Camilla M. Tønnevold's doctoral project "National media and public debate on citizenship and integration in a multicultural Europe” concentrates on what contributions the national media offer as a social actor on a European level with respect to the 'hot topics' of Europe and its nation-states: immigration policies, citizenship and belonging.3. Susanne Bygnes will in her doctoral project investigate to what degree different approaches to diversity influence the boundary work of social movements in the relation to the national and the EU: can some perspectives on, and practices of, diversity systematically be tied to certain visions of Norway as a nation state or a part of a European community?4. Marybel Perez will in her doctoral project examine cohabitation models advocated by think tanks interested in influencing EU agenda identity formation and immigration. This research considers think tanks to be reflection on how European citizens and institutions feel about diversity and immigration and to play a key role in the construction of the coexistence model in the EU.All these PhD-projects constitute a new, larger project which will develop parallel with the Eurosphere research. This project shares personnel resources with Eurosphere for nine months during the data collection phase, and after data collection, they go their own ways in order to answer their own research questions with their own resources.People:Hakan G Sicakkan, Project Leader, Comparative PoliticsBjarte Folkestad, PhD Scholar, Comparative PoliticsCamilla M Tønnevold, PhD Scholar, Media StudiesSusanne Bygnes, PhD Scholar, SociologyMarybel Peres, PhD Scholar, Comparative PoliticsLars Svåsand, Advisor for Folkestad, Comparative PoliticsJostein Gripsrud, Advisor for Tønnevold, Media StudiesMette Andersson, Advisor for Susanne Bygnes, SociologyAlena Koslerova, Administrative CoordinatorSedef Z Sicakkan, Knowledgebase Operator

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

This project is a local extension of Eurosphere. It is co-funded by the Norwegian Research Council, the University of Bergen, and the Social Sciences Faculty. By extending the Norwegian part of Eurosphere, the aim is to assess how selected Norwegian social and political actors participate in and attempt to influence the debates in and about the European public sphere as well as how “European” they themselves become in this process. This project involves four PhD-projects:1. Bjarte Folkestad’s doctoral project is ‘Political Parties and Europe: A Study of Euroscepticism in Nordic and Central Eastern European political parties’. An important question he will answer is why some political parties are eurosceptic, and the consequences of political parties’ euroscepticism for the development of a European public sphere.2. Camilla M. Tønnevold's doctoral project "National media and public debate on citizenship and integration in a multicultural Europe” concentrates on what contributions the national media offer as a social actor on a European level with respect to the 'hot topics' of Europe and its nation-states: immigration policies, citizenship and belonging.3. Susanne Bygnes will in her doctoral project investigate to what degree different approaches to diversity influence the boundary work of social movements in the relation to the national and the EU: can some perspectives on, and practices of, diversity systematically be tied to certain visions of Norway as a nation state or a part of a European community?4. Marybel Perez will in her doctoral project examine cohabitation models advocated by think tanks interested in influencing EU agenda identity formation and immigration. This research considers think tanks to be reflection on how European citizens and institutions feel about diversity and immigration and to play a key role in the construction of the coexistence model in the EU.All these PhD-projects constitute a new, larger project which will develop parallel with the Eurosphere research. This project shares personnel resources with Eurosphere for nine months during the data collection phase, and after data collection, they go their own ways in order to answer their own research questions with their own resources.People:Hakan G Sicakkan, Project Leader, Comparative PoliticsBjarte Folkestad, PhD Scholar, Comparative PoliticsCamilla M Tønnevold, PhD Scholar, Media StudiesSusanne Bygnes, PhD Scholar, SociologyMarybel Peres, PhD Scholar, Comparative PoliticsLars Svåsand, Advisor for Folkestad, Comparative PoliticsJostein Gripsrud, Advisor for Tønnevold, Media StudiesMette Andersson, Advisor for Susanne Bygnes, SociologyAlena Koslerova, Administrative CoordinatorSedef Z Sicakkan, Knowledgebase Operator

Metode

Different parts of the project applioes different qualitative comparative methods

prosjektdeltakere

prosjektleder

Hakan Gurcan Sicakkan

  • Tilknyttet:
    Prosjektleder
    ved Institutt for sammenliknende politikk ved Universitetet i Bergen

Susanne Bygnes

  • Tilknyttet:
    Prosjektdeltaker
    ved Sosiologisk institutt ved Universitetet i Bergen

Bjarte Folkestad

  • Tilknyttet:
    Prosjektdeltaker
    ved Institutt for sammenliknende politikk ved Universitetet i Bergen

Camilla Margrethe Tønnevold

  • Tilknyttet:
    Prosjektdeltaker
    ved Inst. for informasjon og medievitenskap ved Universitetet i Bergen

Marybel Perez

  • Tilknyttet:
    Prosjektdeltaker
    ved Institutt for sammenliknende politikk ved Universitetet i Bergen
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