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Turkiet i EU?

Eriksson, Caroline LU (2009) STVK11 20091
Department of Political Science
Abstract (Swedish)
Germany is the country in the EU with the biggest population of Turks, about 2, 8 million. Does this influence Germany’s thoughts about a Turkish EU membership? The paper will survey the German debate about a Turkish membership in the EU and also try to analyse if there are some hidden motives behind the arguments. It focuses on the debate between the political parties in the German parliament. The material mainly come form party programmes and from German news papers but there are also some material from German television.
The result shows a division between the parties. The Social Democrats, the Environmental Party and the Left Party all advocate a Turkish membership in the EU. The Christian Democrats want to have a special cooperation... (More)
Germany is the country in the EU with the biggest population of Turks, about 2, 8 million. Does this influence Germany’s thoughts about a Turkish EU membership? The paper will survey the German debate about a Turkish membership in the EU and also try to analyse if there are some hidden motives behind the arguments. It focuses on the debate between the political parties in the German parliament. The material mainly come form party programmes and from German news papers but there are also some material from German television.
The result shows a division between the parties. The Social Democrats, the Environmental Party and the Left Party all advocate a Turkish membership in the EU. The Christian Democrats want to have a special cooperation with Turkey instead of a full membership. In the middle of all parties is the Free Democratic Party who wants the future to decide if Turkey is going to be a member or not.
The main characters of the debate are the two biggest parties the Social Democrats and the Christian Democrats. (Less)
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author
Eriksson, Caroline LU
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STVK11 20091
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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keywords
Tyskland, Turkiet, EU-medlemskap, argument, debatt
language
Swedish
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1470473
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2009-09-21 08:26:46
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  abstract     = {Germany is the country in the EU with the biggest population of Turks, about 2, 8 million. Does this influence Germany’s thoughts about a Turkish EU membership? The paper will survey the German debate about a Turkish membership in the EU and also try to analyse if there are some hidden motives behind the arguments. It focuses on the debate between the political parties in the German parliament. The material mainly come form party programmes and from German news papers but there are also some material from German television.
The result shows a division between the parties. The Social Democrats, the Environmental Party and the Left Party all advocate a Turkish membership in the EU. The Christian Democrats want to have a special cooperation with Turkey instead of a full membership. In the middle of all parties is the Free Democratic Party who wants the future to decide if Turkey is going to be a member or not.
The main characters of the debate are the two biggest parties the Social Democrats and the Christian Democrats.},
  author       = {Eriksson, Caroline},
  keyword      = {Tyskland,Turkiet,EU-medlemskap,argument,debatt},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Turkiet i EU?},
  year         = {2009},
}