Культурная политика ЕС и европейская идентичность: способ оценки взаимовлияния | Южно-российский журнал социальных наук
Культурная политика ЕС и европейская идентичность: способ оценки взаимовлияния
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https://doi.org/10.31429/26190567-19-4-92-108
https://doi.org/10.31429/26190567-19-4-92-108

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Stoicheva M. EU Cultural Policy and European Identity: a Way to View Their Correlation // Южно-российский журнал социальных наук. 2018. Т. 19, №4. С. 92-108. DOI: 10.31429/26190567-19-4-92-108
Дата поступления 2018-11-12
Дата принятия 2018-11-26
Дата публикации 2018-12-23

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Аннотация

В исследовании рассматривается вопрос о том, насколько культурная политика ЕС (Евросоюза) способна сформировать европейскую культурную идентичность.  Статья придерживается хронологии событий в европейской культурной политике с целью определить, насколько эта политика  способна   сформировать  культурную идентичность для европейских стран–членов ЕС. В этом же смысле, автор стремится выяснить, что эта эволюция в области культурной политики сможет рассказать о европейской идентичности и возможности отождествления с ЕС. От начала процесса европейской интеграции до принятия основ политики в области культуры (а этот временной отрезок включает в себя новое понимание роли культуры в рамках политики ЕС), различают три периода. Исходя из предположения о том, что культурное измерение европейской идентичности тесно связано с национальной идентичностью, динамика образования и структурирования масштабов культурной политики ЕС привлекает внимание к культурному аспекту понимания европейской идентичности. Процесс формирования культурной политики ЕС в системе других стандартов ЕС неотделим от динамики осознания необходимости использовать политические инструменты для создания ‘культурной идентичности’ стран-членов ЕС, несмотря на то, что главные итоги деятельности ЕС в сфере культурной политики связаны с ограничениями.

Ключевые слова

европейская идентичность, культурная идентичность, культурная политика, культурная политика в ЕС, европейская интеграция, компетенции ЕС

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