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Can European Youth Policy be related to the Europeanization of young people? Case study: the implementation of the Youth Programme in Greece.

ByNikos S. Nyfoudis

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Hundreds of millions of euros are spent every year to support policies that promote Kant's law of cosmopolitanism across the European Union. Through this, young Europeans come in contact with one another in an effort to create bonds. Institutionalists tend to argue that institutions have the ability to shape and change people's sense of belonging as well as individual preferences. The YOUTH Programme is an instrument of EU Institutions and was initiated in 1988 under the title “Youth for Europe”. The importance of the European Youth Policy is even greater now in the aftermath of the EU enlargement; nowadays seventy-five million young people live in the European Union. This book indicates the desire to investigate the significant importance of the European Youth Policy in relation to the Europeanization of Youth and its possible contribution towards this direction. This book explores different European Youth Policies in Greece and tests the implementation of the YOUTH Programme.

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Publication Date
Jun 29, 2007
Language
English
ISBN
9781427622938
Category
Reference
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): Nikos S. Nyfoudis

Specifications

Pages
66
Binding
Perfect Bound
Interior Color
Black & White
Dimensions
US Trade (6 x 9 in / 152 x 229 mm)

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