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    STUDIA EUROPAEA - Issue no. 4 / 2014  
         
  Article:   THE ROLE OF CULTURE IN THE EUROPEAN INTEGRATION PROCESS IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALISATION. A ROMANIAN CASE.

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  Abstract:   This paper is focused on the premise that the society we live in is a result of globalization phenomenon, which has generated multiple transformations in all social aspects and which has determined a new manifestation of the cultural and identity phenomenon, nationally, regionally and globally. Europe had serious challenges regarding the European integration concerning each new state. One of the greatest European values is culture, especially a local, well exploited culture. In the first part of our study, we will show the importance of the local culture in the process of integration within the context of globalization and Europeanisation. We will show that the culture value has a dramatic role in constituting the development policies, but also an important role in the same process of European integration. Then, we will refer especially to the program Sibiu, European cultural Capital, and especially to the impact this project had locally and nationally, to the way this area developed and lined up to the European standards by the medium of a cultural project. In the end, I will appeal to the project balance and to the economic indicators in order to support my theory that, in the process of integration, the culture has a greater role than we can imagine.

Keywords: Globalization, European Values, Culture, European integration
 
         
     
         
         
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