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From protection to privileges - forsvar and herligheder : concept analysis as social history, Denmark-Scania 1450-1650

Cederholm, Mathias LU (2004) In Modernisation and tradition : European local and manorial societies 1500-1900 p.25-47
Abstract
This is a study of the Danish nobility in the period 1450-1650. The aim is to show the changes in the socio-economic foundations of this group under advance during the period, and how this corresponded with changes in the methods and articulations which were used to create legitimicy för the nobility and its' resource claims. Among else we can see that the discourse supposed to ground the legitimacy of the Estate changed from a stress on the nobility as a group of protectors of their subjects to an increasing understanding of the nobility as an Estate of owners of private property. The idea of noble private property was at the same time to a large degree guaranteed by royal privileges, which complicates our understanding of the development... (More)
This is a study of the Danish nobility in the period 1450-1650. The aim is to show the changes in the socio-economic foundations of this group under advance during the period, and how this corresponded with changes in the methods and articulations which were used to create legitimicy för the nobility and its' resource claims. Among else we can see that the discourse supposed to ground the legitimacy of the Estate changed from a stress on the nobility as a group of protectors of their subjects to an increasing understanding of the nobility as an Estate of owners of private property. The idea of noble private property was at the same time to a large degree guaranteed by royal privileges, which complicates our understanding of the development of the idea of property. (Less)
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Nobility, Danish history, Early modern history, Tenants, Peasants and lords, Social conflicts, Concept analysis, (Begriffsgeschichte), Landowners, Tenant's rights, Legal history, Property rights
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Modernisation and tradition : European local and manorial societies 1500-1900
editor
Kerstin, Sundberg; Tomas, Germundsson; Kjell, Hansen; ; and
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25 - 47
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Nordic Academic Press
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91-89116-40-2
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Människa - makt - modernitet
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English
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  abstract     = {This is a study of the Danish nobility in the period 1450-1650. The aim is to show the changes in the socio-economic foundations of this group under advance during the period, and how this corresponded with changes in the methods and articulations which were used to create legitimicy för the nobility and its' resource claims. Among else we can see that the discourse supposed to ground the legitimacy of the Estate changed from a stress on the nobility as a group of protectors of their subjects to an increasing understanding of the nobility as an Estate of owners of private property. The idea of noble private property was at the same time to a large degree guaranteed by royal privileges, which complicates our understanding of the development of the idea of property.},
  author       = {Cederholm, Mathias},
  editor       = {Kerstin, Sundberg and Tomas, Germundsson and Kjell, Hansen},
  isbn         = {91-89116-40-2},
  keyword      = {Nobility,Danish history,Early modern history,Tenants,Peasants and lords,Social conflicts,Concept analysis,(Begriffsgeschichte),Landowners,Tenant's rights,Legal history,Property rights},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {25--47},
  publisher    = {Nordic Academic Press},
  series       = {Modernisation and tradition : European local and manorial societies 1500-1900},
  title        = {From protection to privileges - forsvar and herligheder : concept analysis as social history, Denmark-Scania 1450-1650},
  year         = {2004},
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