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Scotland, Catalonia, Europeanization and the 'Moreno question'

AuthorsMoreno, Luis
Moreno question
Issue Date2006
CitationScottish Affairs 54(1): 1-23 (2006)
AbstractIn the subsequent sections, the notion of ‘dual identity’ is reviewed in relation to decentralization in Britain and Spain regarding the Scottish and Catalan cases. A brief account of the use of the so-called ‘Moreno question’ in Scotland twenty years ago serves the purpose of putting into perspective the merits and limitations of this methodological tool. A second part of this article deals with the process of Europeanization and how the ‘Moreno question’ may be relevant to improve our knowledge about multiple identities within the European Union. References to sub-sate cosmopolitan localism and the supra-state Europe’s social model are aimed at discussing new lines of research. These would focus on identity formation and the conciliation of citizens’ attachments to the various institutional layers of governance in Europe.
Publisher version (URL)https://www.euppublishing.com/doi/abs/10.3366/scot.2006.0002
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