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Opcije pristupačnosti Pristupačnost

EU Enlargement and Europeanization of Croatia

EU Enlargement and Europeanization of Croatia


BASIC DATA

Code:

103555

ECTS:

5.0

Lecturers in charge:

izv. prof. dr. sc. Igor Vidačak

Lecturers:

izv. prof. dr. sc. Igor Vidačak - Seminar

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DETAILED DATA

1. KOMPONENTA

  • Lectures 30
  • Seminar 30

* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)

DESCRIPTION:

The objective of the course is to familiarise students with both theoretical and practical aspects of the EU enlargement policy and impact of Europeanisation in new, old and potential EU member states. The course aims to provide students with an informed understanding of different EU mechanisms and strategies in relation to the EU accession policy, but also enables them to apply learned material by analysing concrete empirical cases of the effects of Europeanization in Croatia, countries of Western Balkans and Turkey. It also provides opportunity for analysis of broader problems of European integration, and examining the nature, dynamics and influence of different EU enlargement rounds on development of EU institutions and decision-making processes.

LITERATURE:

  1. Obligatory literature is listed on the weekly assignments section.;


CLASSES

1. SEMESTER

Izborni GS-1 - Regular studij - University undergraduate programme of Journalism
Izborni GS-1 - Regular studij - University undergraduate programme of Political Science


5. SEMESTER

Izborni NOV 3-1 - Regular studij - University undergraduate programme of Journalism
Izborni NOV 3-1 - Part-time studij - University undergraduate programme of Journalism
Izborni pol 3-1 - Regular studij - University undergraduate programme of Political Science
Izborni pol 3-1 - Part-time studij - University undergraduate programme of Political Science


7. SEMESTER

Izborni pol 4-1 - Regular studij - University undergraduate programme of Political Science
Izborni pol 4-1 - Part-time studij - University undergraduate programme of Political Science


CONSULTATIONS SCHEDULE


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