The Danube Region: transformation and emergence
Erhard Busek () and
Aleksandra Gjoreska ()
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Erhard Busek: Southeast European Co-operative Initiative SECI
Aleksandra Gjoreska: Southeast European Co-operative Initiative SECI
Eastern Journal of European Studies, 2010, vol. 1(1), 9-20
The paper deals with the impact of concrete / tangible social transformation processes on the emergence and shaping of new concepts such as multi-dimensional identity. It also discusses the preconditions necessary for the emergence of such concepts as well as the reasons that may lead to their acceptance or rejection by the respective target groups. The topic is discussed on the concrete empirical evidence of the transformation and the emergence of the Danube Region as the third EU macro-region. It shows that transformation processes require careful coordination and transparency, especially when they address social spaces that do not conform to traditional boundaries and perceptions of reality. Education is considered to play a crucial role in the process of internalisation of such social realities and the redefinition of obsolete thinking patterns.
Keywords: Danube Region; transformation; identity; education; EU Regional Policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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