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Who Is Afraid of Skilled Migrants From Europe? Exploring Support for Immigration Control in Switzerland

. Sociology Compass 7(4): 303–314. Zárate, Michael A., Berenice Garcia, Azenett A. Garza, and Robert T. Hitlan. 2004. Cultural Threat and Perceived Realistic Group Conflict as Dual Predictors of Prejudice. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40(1): 99–105.

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Euroscepticism: A Mobilising Appeal? Not for Everyone!

. Party Positions on European Integration in East Central Europe. In European Union Politics. Internet: (31 March 2013). Marsh, Michael (1998): Test in the Second-Order Election Model after Four European Election. British Journal of Political Science 28 (4): 591–607. McLaren, Lauren, M. (2002): Public Support for the European Union: cost/benefit analysis or perceived cultural threat? The Journal of Politics 64: 551–566. Mudde, Cas (2004): EU Accession and a New Populist

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Public Attitudes towards Monetary Integration in Seven New Member States of the EU

. European Journal of Political Research 40: 139–170. McLaren, L. (2002): Public Support for the European Union: Cost/Benefit Analysis or Perceived Cultural Threat? Journal of Politics 64 (12): 551–566. Miriam, S. A. & Achim, G. (2008): Adopting the Euro in Post-Communist Countries – An Analysis of the Attitudes toward the Single Currency. MPIfG Discussion Paper 08/1. Neményi, J. & Oblath, G. (2012): Az euró hazai bevezetésének újragondolása. INSTITUTE OF ECONOMICS, RESEARCH CENTER FOR ECONOMIC AND REGIONAL STUDIES, Budapest. Risse, T. (2003

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A Critical Assessment of a Eurosceptic Party Group on European Integration: A Case Study of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group

: Cambridge University Press. Maurer, A. & Parkes, R. (2006), ‘Asylum Policy and Democracy in the European Union from Amsterdam towards the Hague Programme,’ SWP Working Paper, no. 16. Retrieved from arbeitspapiere/HagueprogKS_update2.pdf McLaren, L. (2002), ‘Public support for the European Union: cost/benefit analysis or perceived cultural threat?’ Journal of Politics, vol. 64, no. 2, pp. 551–566. Meritt, G. (2007), ‘Can Euroscepticism save Europe?’ Published online at

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Securitization of the Migration Crisis and Islamophobic Rhetoric: The 2016 Slovak Parliamentary Elections as a Case Study

election campaign? Q 1a : If yes, was the process of securitization successful? Q 2 : Was there an accompanying phenomenon anti-Muslim rhetoric in political speeches of political actors? Q 2a : What kind of narrative was used from political actors to the Islam and Muslim – a security threat or a cultural threat? Q 2b : Did the political parties integrate anti-Muslim agenda to their political program during the 2016 parliamentary elections? This paper is based on a qualitative method of research as employed by Arendt Lijphart. Thus, it is an interpretative

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Anti-Islamism without Moslems: Cognitive Frames of Czech Antimigrant Politics

guards, augmenting state armed forces ( Ú-NK 2016 ). Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD) is the other follower of the Dawn of Direct Democracy. Immigrants are framed clearly negative in its discourse as a security-wise, socioeconomic, and cultural threat. The vocabulary used is not only very provocative but offensive. Apart from “othering”, there is a strong element of dehumanization of immigrants. Hatred and fear are disseminated in a very radical manner, without considering any context and consequence. The beginning of the illegal immigration process is the

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