Aleluya por Europa! Press treatment of the European Union in Spain and the United Kingdom
Spain's pro-Europeanism contrasts with Britain's ambivalence and scepticism towards the European Union. The anti-European press in Britain has no equivalent in Spain, and Spanish coverage of Europe often appears positive and in keeping with the accepted image of a Spain committed happily to Europe. Bias is evident in the presentation of issues. It is here that much is revealed of national attitudes to Europe, and why electorates respond with comfort or discomfort to their country's European commitment. This study examines the contrasting presentation of European issues in the Spanish and British press and attempts to determine to what extent coverage assists in understanding Spain's europesmo, and why Europe remains, in both countries, a question of national perspective.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: July 1, 2001
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