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2016 | 2(40) | 110-137
Article title

Kryzys w Unii Europejskiej a tożsamość europejska

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Crisis in the European Union and European identity
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Artykuł jest próbą ukazania wpływu sytuacji kryzysowych w Unii Europejskiej, z kryzysem w strefie euro na czele, na kondycję tożsamości europejskiej, która stapia się z tożsamością Unii Europejskiej do tego stopnia, że terminy te są często traktowane jako ekwiwalentne. Wydarzenia i sytuacje kryzysowe wpływające na tożsamość europejską zostały przedstawione w odniesieniu do obszarów o szczególnym znaczeniu, wpływających na sposób identyfikacji Unii Europejskiej wewnątrz wspólnoty i za jej granicami. I tak, omówione zostały implikacje kryzysu w Unii Europejskiej w dziedzinie tożsamości międzynarodowej Unii, kryzysu europejskiego modelu społecznego (państwa dobrobytu), kryzysu kreowanej tożsamości transnarodowej (w stosunkach wewnętrznych) oraz kryzysu jedności i solidarności w Unii Europejskiej. W konkluzji stwierdzono, że kryzys gospodarczy, polityczny i społeczny pomniejszył znaczenie kształtującej się powoli tożsamości europejskiej wśród obywateli Unii Europejskiej oraz odbił się na jej wizerunku w stosunkach międzynarodowych.
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The aim of this article is to show what impact the crisis in the European Union, along with the crisis in the euro zone at the forefront, had on European identity, interwoven with the identity of the European Union to such an extent that these terms are often handled as equivalent. Developments and crises situations which exert an influence on European identity were presented with respect to areas of particular importance that affect the way the European Union is identified within the community and abroad. Following issues were discussed: implications of the crisis for the European Union’s international identity, for the European social model (welfare state), for transnational identity (in internal relations) and for unity and solidarity in the European Union. In the conclusion, it is stated that the economic, political and social crises had undermined the gradual development of European / European Union identity among citizens and had an impact on its image in international relations.
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2016
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  • Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny w Krakowie
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