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Public Opinion and Internationalized Governance$
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Oskar Niedermayer and Richard Sinnott

Print publication date: 1998

Print ISBN-13: 9780198294764

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/019829476X.001.0001

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NATO, the European Community, and the United Nations

NATO, the European Community, and the United Nations

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(p.402) 16 NATO, the European Community, and the United Nations
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Public Opinion and Internationalized Governance
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Philip Everts

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/019829476X.003.0016

The analysis of public attitudes towards NATO, the EC, and the UN throws light on two key questions concerning public opinion and internationalized governance: first, whether public support for an agency of internationalized governance can withstand fundamental contextual change, amounting even to changes in the very mission of the agency; second, whether there exists a single continuum of internationalized governance, corresponding to the degree of authority transferred to the agency, or whether attitudes and orientations are multi dimensional, depending on the issues involved. This chapter examines whether attitudes towards NATO, the EC, and the UN belong to one and the same dimension of attitudes towards internationalized governance, or represent distinct and separate dimensions.

Keywords:   European Community, NATO, public opinion, UN

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