- Title Pages
- Series Editors’ Foreword
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- List of Contributors
1Introduction: Exploring the IntUne corpus
2Representations of representation: European institutions in the French and British press
3Nation and supernation: A tale of three Europes
4Discourses of European identity in British, Italian, and French TV news
5Does ‘Europe’ have a common historical identity?
6Semantic constructions of citizenship in the British, French, and Italian press
7Us and them: How immigrants are constructed in British and Italian newspapers
8We in the Union: A Polish perspective on identity
9Legitimated Persons and Vox Populi attitudes towards Europe in French, Italian, Polish, and UK TV news
10Conclusions: Speaking in tongues about Europe
- European Identity
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