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2015 | nr 4 | 122--140
Tytuł artykułu

Socjalizacja a podejmowanie decyzji w Radzie Unii Europejskiej

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Socialisation and Decision-Making in the Council of the European Union
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EN
Abstrakty
Złożony system podejmowania decyzji w Radzie Unii Europejskiej ma wiele specyficznych cech, które wymagają wyjaśnienia. W artykule tym przyjęto konstruktywistyczne podejście do tego zagadnienia i skupiono się na znaczeniu socjalizacji. W pierwszej części wyjaśniono, dlaczego prowadzenie dociekań na temat decydowania w Radzie z perspektywy konstruktywistycznej jest uzasadnione, a następnie zaproponowano zastosowanie metody śledzenia procesy, która umożliwia śledzenie mechanizmów przyczynowych, łączących skutki socjalizacji z cechami podejmowania decyzji w Radzie. W kolejnej części omówiono typologię mechanizmów i efektów socjalizacji. Trzecią część artykułu stanowi próba zastosowania indukcyjnego wariantu metody process-tracing do wyjaśnienia niektórych właściwości podejmowania decyzji w Radzie. Na koniec przedstawiono skupiony na teorii wariant śledzenia procesu, który mógłby stanowić dalszy ciąg badań zaprezentowanych wcześniej. Zwrócono również uwagę na konieczność uwzględnienia stanowiących aspektów procesu socjalizacji w ramach przyczynowego ujęcia, które narzuca metoda process- tracing.(abstrakt oryginalny)
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The complex system of decision-making in the Council of the European Union has many specific features which require explanation. This article presents a constructivist approach to this problem and focuses on the influence of socialisation. First, it explains why inquiry into the decision-making in the Council from the constructivist perspective is justified and then proposes the use of process-tracing, a method that allows to trace causal mechanisms linking the effects of socialisation and the characteristics of decision-making in the Council. Second, a typology of socialisation mechanisms and effects is presented. The third section is an attempt to use the inductive variety of process-tracing in order to explain certain qualities of decision- -making in the Council. The final section outlines the theory-oriented approach to process-tracing, which could follow from the presented conceptualisation and explains the need to include the constitutive aspects of socialisation within the causal framework of process-tracing research.(original abstract)
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122--140
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Twórcy
  • Uniwersytet Warszawski
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