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People think and feel more negatively about outgroup members, even though
such attitudes are rarely expressed explicitly; people may be unaware of them or express
them only symbolically. The literature suggests that, cross-culturally, negative attitudes
against outgroup members are more...
This article reviews Bailey and Girgus (2013) and supplements it with
theoretically based empirical research. In the present paper, I focus on the philosophical
substance of Allen’s films, his employment of framing devices and films-within-films, his
romantic links with popular culture, and his...
Constitutional courts have a major role to play in not only defining such
concepts as “public interest” and “public harm” but also in contributing to the process of
shaping society’s perceptions of acceptable boundaries of citizenship and defining which
individuals and actions should be left...
The methodology of normative ethics can help policymakers to design better
migration governance policies and practices. As a means to tap into the core values of liberal
states, normative ethics indicates a novel way out from the contemporary muddle of shifting
public opinion, intense media...
This article shows how the substantive bias at the core of the present socioeconomic
constitution of the European Union is directly related to the characterization of
economic freedoms (crucially, the right to freedom of establishment of corporations and the
free movement of capital) as the key...
This article discusses the EU Digital Single Market Strategy, focusing on
implications for consumers. The emphasis is on the position of consumers in terms of
consumer protection and competition issues. The study analyses the goals set for the Digital
Single Market, and how consumer-related aims...
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