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Globalizing Interests: Pressure Groups and Denationalization

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The definition we adopt requires more than just transactions. On the question of a world society, see Luhmann (1971), the contributions in Beck (1998), World Society Research Group (2000) and Albert and Brock (2000). 9. The definition of societal denationalization adopted here is thus somewhat more narrow than that which might be conceived of by others. In our view, broad notions including the political sphere underestimate the extent to which politics is spatially bound. Politics tends to be more particularistic than, for example, economics, since, as Michael Walzer (1983, 50) writes, “communities must have boundaries” (see also Berking 1998).

Our notion of politics is operationalized in the context of the study by examining seven aspects of group reactions to these specific governance challenges in four different countries. These group reactions are linked to a pool of five main independent variables from which we draw, both in the individual case studies and the concluding chapter, in order to contribute to the generation of hypotheses concerning the politics of denationalization. , the consequences) cannot be directly observed. As mentioned in the introductory chapter, this type of concern can be labelled research on the future consequences of ongoing transformation (FCoT).

Conceptually, denationalization is thus turned from an independent variable into the unit of analysis which, together with the sensitivity of the design, enables us to pick up tendencies in the present or the immediate past that may be relevant in the future. What then are particularly pronounced examples of denationalization? The process itself is conceptualized as the expansion of areas of dense societal transactions beyond the borders of individual nation states. While there used to be many more transactions within nation states than across borders, it is precisely this ratio that is in the process of change.

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