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European Union   Tags: european_studies, european_union, european_union_studies, international_studies  

This guide is a collection of resources and information regarding the The European Union and the countries within and effected by it.
Last Updated: May 7, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Understanding the language of the EU

"People within the EU institutions and in the media dealing with EU affairs often use 'eurojargon' words and expressions that they alone understand. Eurojargon can be very confusing to the general public." This is a “plain language" guide to 'eurojargon'.


Useful Texts

The institutions of the European Union - John Peterson and Michael Shackleton.
Call Number: Hatcher Graduate JN 30 .I5781 2006
An introductory text provides a detailed look at the principal institutions of the EU.

The ABC of community law - Klaus-Dieter Borchardt.
Call Number: Hatcher Graduate KJE 949 .B671 2000Library Info
Brief summary of EU institutions and the sources of European Union law.

The student's guide to European integration : for students, by students - Jorge Juan Fernández García, Jess Clayton, Christopher Hobley
Call Number: Hatcher Graduate JN 30 .S81 2004
A comprehensive and accessible introduction to the political, economic and legal aspects of the European Union

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