1. Introduction: A New Approach to Studying European Integration.
2: The European Union and Globalization.
3. The Question of the European State.
4. European Society.
5. Unemployment, Social Exclusion and Citizenship.
6. Cohesion Policy and Regional Autonomy.
7. Rethinking Core-Periphery Relations.
8: Europe and Democracy.
9: EU Enlargement.
- Analyzes European integration from a political sociological perspective.
- Discusses the history, development, and legacies of the European Union.
- Covers key issues such as globalization, the EU state, and the question of EU society.
- Addresses crucial policy areas including unemployment, citizenship, social exclusion, cohesion, core-periphery relations, the "democratic deficit", and enlargement.
- Includes both theoretical and empirical approaches.