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This explanation is partly based on notions of economic self-interest, or utilitarianism, in that the concern for group resources may stem from concern about one’s own resources. However, there is another aspect of this approach that has little to do with self-interest, and from that aspect, issues of group conflict stem from identity and in-group protectiveness. In other words, members of the in-group want to protect one another, as would be the case in a family, or superfamily, to use van de Berghe’s terminology.

The cross-time percentages for East Germany clearly reveal early levels of soaring enthusiasm for participation in the EU marked by a rapid decline into ambivalence toward the EU. By 2000, easterners had become as Euro-sceptic as their West German neighbours. In addition, like those countries in the first enlargement (Great Britain, Denmark and Ireland), the three Eftan countries consist of citizens who are not all that enthusiastic about EU membership. The measure discussed above is a way of gauging opinions regarding the EU itself.

7: Perceived winners and losers Advantages As many Disadvantages advantages as disadvantages Those who speak foreign languages Children Young people Middle-aged people Elderly people Politicians All the (NATIONALITY) Inhabitants of (CAPITAL OF OUR COUNTRY) Inhabitants of our region Inhabitants of rural areas Large businesses Small and medium sized businesses Self-employed craftsmen Factory workers Teachers Civil servants Office workers/managers in the private sector Farmers Lawyers, doctors, architects, etc.

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