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Att vända kappan efter vinden? : en fallstudie om socialdemokraternas ändrade inställning till friskolorna

Carlander, Maria (2006)
Department of Political Science
Abstract
The number of public schools in Sweden has increased strongly over the past twenty years. This essay gives a possible explanation to how the Social Democratic Party in Sweden took part in this evaluation from 1987 to 1997. I've analysed how the party's ideology in this issue was shaped and adapted to the opposite politics, when the Liberals and Conservatives Parties were in government.The empirical analyse is primarily based on official documents from the Parlament such as debates, government bills and motions. I have also studied the Social Democratic Party's congresses which took place during this period of time. I have practised two different theories in analysing the motives behind the acting. One is Sjöblom's theory that concerns... (More)
The number of public schools in Sweden has increased strongly over the past twenty years. This essay gives a possible explanation to how the Social Democratic Party in Sweden took part in this evaluation from 1987 to 1997. I've analysed how the party's ideology in this issue was shaped and adapted to the opposite politics, when the Liberals and Conservatives Parties were in government.The empirical analyse is primarily based on official documents from the Parlament such as debates, government bills and motions. I have also studied the Social Democratic Party's congresses which took place during this period of time. I have practised two different theories in analysing the motives behind the acting. One is Sjöblom's theory that concerns party strategies in a multi party system, like in Sweden. The other is Downs' Rational Choice Theory which claims that ideology is a tool to obtain votes in order to gain power.The main motives that were found in the Social Democratic Party's strategies were to obtain votes and programme realization. (Less)
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Carlander, Maria
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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party strategy, Social Democratic Party, ideology, public school, Political and administrative sciences, Statsvetenskap, förvaltningskunskap
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Swedish
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1329581
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2006-04-19
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  abstract     = {The number of public schools in Sweden has increased strongly over the past twenty years. This essay gives a possible explanation to how the Social Democratic Party in Sweden took part in this evaluation from 1987 to 1997. I've analysed how the party's ideology in this issue was shaped and adapted to the opposite politics, when the Liberals and Conservatives Parties were in government.The empirical analyse is primarily based on official documents from the Parlament such as debates, government bills and motions. I have also studied the Social Democratic Party's congresses which took place during this period of time. I have practised two different theories in analysing the motives behind the acting. One is Sjöblom's theory that concerns party strategies in a multi party system, like in Sweden. The other is Downs' Rational Choice Theory which claims that ideology is a tool to obtain votes in order to gain power.The main motives that were found in the Social Democratic Party's strategies were to obtain votes and programme realization.},
  author       = {Carlander, Maria},
  keyword      = {party strategy,Social Democratic Party,ideology,public school,Political and administrative sciences,Statsvetenskap, förvaltningskunskap},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Att vända kappan efter vinden? : en fallstudie om socialdemokraternas ändrade inställning till friskolorna},
  year         = {2006},
}