Structuralism in Northern Europe

29 November, 2010

Structuralism implies Northern Europe as a certain structure (comparing to constructivism, it is not a vague construct), a system and all the changes that may happen within its borders come within structuralism. The discourse of cooperation has become topical recently and is being successfully interpreted by structuralism. Economic cooperation, environment problems, regional infrastructure, tourism, indigenous people – everything that comprises the region – are highly interested for structuralists. Continue

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