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  本篇論文代寫價格-法國的國家和歐洲身份講了人們常說,歐洲認同與國家認同之間的關係是複雜的。在很長一段時間內,甚至在同一國家內,人們和子羣體之間的身份可能會有波動。國家內部可能有幾個因素被國家層面獨特的國家身份所掩蓋。在法國,國家認同的概念在歷史上可能與國家作爲一個政治類型的國家有關。除了以政治爲基礎的法國民族認同觀念外,還有幾個法國人主張以國家文化遺產爲基礎的認同觀念。本篇論文代寫價格文章由加拿大第一論文 Assignment First輔導網整理,供大家參考閱讀。

  National and European Identity in France

  It is often said that the relationship shared among the European identity and the national identity is a complex one. There could be fluctuations in the identities over a long time periods and among people and sub-groups even within the same country. There could be several elements within the nation which gets covered up by the unique national identity at the country level. In France, the concepts of national identity could historically be related to the country as a political kind of nation. Besides the political based idea of French national identity, several people of France advocate a notion of identity which is primarily based in the country’s cultural heritage. According to the statistical analyses done by the ISSP 2003 as a country-wise survey, the results indicated a much wider acceptance of the national identity as a political concept than the cultural one.

  France also specifically contains the highly distributed collection of respondents with respect to the recognition of the national identity. Researches prove that as per the linear regressions verdicts only the cultural kind of the French national identity inclines to be negatively connected with the overall European identity. Also the truth that the French national identity notion as a cultural one is believed by only minority of French people, hence it cannot be held only responsible factor for the Euro scepticism in France (Guinaudeau and Palau, 2016). The France has a very strong national identity which puts doubts on the European identity time and again. In 2005, the French denunciation of the European Constitution in a 2005-referendum could thus be attributed to the presence of very strong and cherished French national identity (Fuchs and Klingemann, 2011).

  As per the results of the Eurobarometer survey the 94 per cent of the European citizens owns a national identity recognising their country of residence, while the 91 per cent of people have a local identity. These results also corroborate the fact that the notions of national and European identity can exist simultaneously; a person can combine both these identities. Similarly, a French national can assume both these identities. Further the regional identity includes the recognition of some ethnic, sub-national or cultural groups. In France people who identify themselves with these national and regional identities are more in number than those who claim only the European identity. Thus the national identity in France is more significant to French people than the European identity. Thereby in case of any conflicts the priority would be given to the local or national identity than the European identity (Bellow, 2011).