Youth culture and European integration in Germany: back to European basics?

Quenzel G, Albert M (2008)
Asia Europe Journal 5(4): 529-540.

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Using data of a representative survey among young people in Germany, the present article detects significant shifts in attitudes towards European integration over a relatively short time-span. Surveying these changing attitudes, the article explores the idea that these changing attitudes could signal more than mere short-term reactions to singular political events, but rather point to a reorientation towards the initial conceptualization of European integration as a peace project.
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Quenzel G, Albert M. Youth culture and European integration in Germany: back to European basics? Asia Europe Journal. 2008;5(4):529-540.
Quenzel, G., & Albert, M. (2008). Youth culture and European integration in Germany: back to European basics? Asia Europe Journal, 5(4), 529-540.
Quenzel, G., and Albert, M. (2008). Youth culture and European integration in Germany: back to European basics? Asia Europe Journal 5, 529-540.
Quenzel, G., & Albert, M., 2008. Youth culture and European integration in Germany: back to European basics? Asia Europe Journal, 5(4), p 529-540.
G. Quenzel and M. Albert, “Youth culture and European integration in Germany: back to European basics?”, Asia Europe Journal, vol. 5, 2008, pp. 529-540.
Quenzel, G., Albert, M.: Youth culture and European integration in Germany: back to European basics? Asia Europe Journal. 5, 529-540 (2008).
Quenzel, Gudrun, and Albert, Mathias. “Youth culture and European integration in Germany: back to European basics?”. Asia Europe Journal 5.4 (2008): 529-540.
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