Field, Heather. (2001) "European integration curricula and 'Europeanisation': Alternative approaches and critical appreciation". In: UNSPECIFIED, Madison, Wisconsin. (Unpublished)
There has been significant movement in recent years towards formal and de facto identification of principles and content for common European integration curriculum. This paper considers the relationship between such developments and the process of "Europeanisation." It discusses some alternative approaches to the teaching of European integration, and the need to foster critical appreciation. To some extent these issues can be related to Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian approaches as opposed to those more prevalent in the main continental EU member states. Points of difference include the disciplines in which the teaching process is being undertaken, and the adoption or rejection of cultural studies approaches, and research conventions.
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