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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Maria Mishugina
What Determines Attitudes to Supranational Institutions among European Citizens?
Sociology
(Bachelor’s programme)
7
2017
The study investigates the EU crisis as a response on the alteration of different social factors such as level of economy satisfaction, attitudes towards democracy and national governments, prominence of democratic values, ethnocentrism and national identity. Specifically, this study examines peoples’ attitudes towards EU policy by applying different regression and structural models in the analysis to deepen theoretical knowledge about development of supranational crisis.

The results indicate that the strongest effect on perception of the EU policy have migration and satisfaction with the democracy while all other determinants have indirect effect through democracy indicator on the dependent variable. Including the whole scope of social factors in the model and investigation of indirect effects give more solid insight into analysis of supranational crises and may provide useful information for future studies in this wide field.

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