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Skånes integration Orsaker till framgång

Larsson, Daniel (2006)
Department of Political Science
Abstract
This essay is a case study that deals with the integration of Scania into Sweden,

which started for over 300 years ago. The purpose is to capture why the

integration of Scania succeeded, what were the main reasons or factors and to

discuss the effects the scanian identity and culture had on the integration. This has

been done with the help of different theories that will help sort out main factors to

the successful integration. The result of the study revealed a number of factors, to

begin with the scanian identity appeared not to be such a great obstacle for the

integration that one could believe. The identity developed because of the

?swedification?, which were the measures the Swedish government took to

integrate the new... (More)
This essay is a case study that deals with the integration of Scania into Sweden,

which started for over 300 years ago. The purpose is to capture why the

integration of Scania succeeded, what were the main reasons or factors and to

discuss the effects the scanian identity and culture had on the integration. This has

been done with the help of different theories that will help sort out main factors to

the successful integration. The result of the study revealed a number of factors, to

begin with the scanian identity appeared not to be such a great obstacle for the

integration that one could believe. The identity developed because of the

?swedification?, which were the measures the Swedish government took to

integrate the new territory. The Swedish institutions such as the church, the

military and Lund's University took these measures. The church's main purpose

in the process was to spread the Swedish language through education to the

children. Together with the military and the university they gave the population of

both sides a place to integrate, which would simplify the integration. The

economy in Scania and the communication between Sweden and Scania were also (Less)
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author
Larsson, Daniel
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type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Integration, Scania, Identity, Swedification, Institutions, Political and administrative sciences, Statsvetenskap, förvaltningskunskap
language
Swedish
id
1327243
date added to LUP
2006-06-19
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2006-06-19
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  abstract     = {This essay is a case study that deals with the integration of Scania into Sweden,

which started for over 300 years ago. The purpose is to capture why the

integration of Scania succeeded, what were the main reasons or factors and to

discuss the effects the scanian identity and culture had on the integration. This has

been done with the help of different theories that will help sort out main factors to

the successful integration. The result of the study revealed a number of factors, to

begin with the scanian identity appeared not to be such a great obstacle for the

integration that one could believe. The identity developed because of the

?swedification?, which were the measures the Swedish government took to

integrate the new territory. The Swedish institutions such as the church, the

military and Lund's University took these measures. The church's main purpose

in the process was to spread the Swedish language through education to the

children. Together with the military and the university they gave the population of

both sides a place to integrate, which would simplify the integration. The

economy in Scania and the communication between Sweden and Scania were also},
  author       = {Larsson, Daniel},
  keyword      = {Integration,Scania,Identity,Swedification,Institutions,Political and administrative sciences,Statsvetenskap, förvaltningskunskap},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Skånes integration Orsaker till framgång},
  year         = {2006},
}