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|Title:||Mutual perceptions of Asia and the EU/Europe : media, elite and public opinion in Singapore and Germany||Authors:||Uehlecke, Jana
Loke, Hoe Yeong
|Keywords:||DRNTU::Social sciences||Issue Date:||2012||Source:||Uehlecke, J., & Loke, H. Y. (2012). Mutual perceptions of Asia and the EU/Europe: Media, elite and public opinion in Singapore and Germany ( EUC Working Paper, No. 12). Singapore: EU Centre.||Series/Report no.:||EUC working paper, No. 12-12||Abstract:||In an increasingly interlinked and interdependent world, Europe and Asia are key players. Free trade agreements (FTAs), such as the ones the EU concluded with South Korea and Singapore, are indicative of strong mutual economic interests. It is therefore timely to take a closer look at the mutual perceptions of Asians and Europeans – not only at the governmental and policymaking levels, but also in terms of public opinion and the media. Drawing on data from an extensive research project led by the National Centre for Research on Europe (NCRE), New Zealand, the empirical study in this paper assesses the mutual perceptions of the EU/Europe and Asia, and their respective actors, focusing on two countries – Germany and Singapore. It seeks to do so through an analysis of the data collected from print and broadcast media, interviews with media practitioners, and the findings from public opinion surveys.||URI:||https://hdl.handle.net/10356/103851
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