Inside this special issue on European elections 2009: “Vote or let someone else decide for you”

Inside this special issue on European elections 2009: “Vote or let someone else decide for you”

The 6th newsletter of the JMECE Lab (www.jmecelab.com) at the Institute of Communications Studies (University of Leeds) is available online HERE:

Inside this special issue on European elections 2009: “Vote or let someone else decide for you”:

– “What the main party groups in the European Parliament say…” Read their political manifestos

– “European Elections 2009 : A coup de Poker” by George Tassiopoulos, PhD candidate in political science University of East-Paris

– “Think I’m Turning European” by Josef Litobarski, postgraduate student of European and International Studies, University of Trento, Italy

– “Making Europe Work for Women” by Nathalie Henry, ICS PhD candidate, Heidrun Herzogenrath-Amelung, ICS MA student, Pinelopi Troullinou, ICS MA student, Francisco Seoane Perez, ICS PhD candidate

– “The European eParticipation study” by Simon Smith, Research Associate, Institute of Communications Studies

– “Yorkshire MEPs: European politics are politics as normal”

– Book presentation: “Crossroad Europe”: cultural differences in text and images by Bruno van den Elshout, journalist, the Netherlands

JMECE Lab news:

  • “Leeds at the Agora of the Women of Europe prizewinners”, Rhodes, April 2009
  • “30 May 2009 / Euro elections 2009 Promotional Event: St Mary’s spring fair, Middleton, Leeds”
  • “22 May 2009 / Euro elections 2009 JMECE Lab Events: Leeds University Campus & Leeds City Centre”
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