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Mångkulturalism och gruppspecifika rättigheter - En analys av den svenska politiska debatten kring religiös slakt, slöja och turban samt religiösa och etniska friskolor

Hemmingsson, Fanny LU (2009) STVM01 20091
Department of Political Science
Abstract (Swedish)
Since the new integration policy from 1975 Swedish politics has been
characterized as a multicultural society among scholars and others both in Sweden and abroad. The purpose of this thesis was to study the political debate around three minority practices (the Jewish and Muslim method of slaughtering animals, the veil and the turban, and religious and ethnic schools) to find out if the policy of these minority practices is based on a multicultural view. The purpose was also to examine if there has been any changes in these debates over time since 1975.
The multicultural theory was used as a basis and a distinction was made between the liberal and the dialogical multiculturalism. It was found that only the politics around the veil and the... (More)
Since the new integration policy from 1975 Swedish politics has been
characterized as a multicultural society among scholars and others both in Sweden and abroad. The purpose of this thesis was to study the political debate around three minority practices (the Jewish and Muslim method of slaughtering animals, the veil and the turban, and religious and ethnic schools) to find out if the policy of these minority practices is based on a multicultural view. The purpose was also to examine if there has been any changes in these debates over time since 1975.
The multicultural theory was used as a basis and a distinction was made between the liberal and the dialogical multiculturalism. It was found that only the politics around the veil and the turban was able to be characterized as multicultural, but it was only compatible with the liberal multicultural view. Also there had been some slight changes over time that is pointing towards a more multicultural politics regarding the policy around the Jewish and Muslim method of slaughtering animals and the veil and the turban. (Less)
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author
Hemmingsson, Fanny LU
supervisor
organization
course
STVM01 20091
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
gruppspecifika rättigheter, dialogisk mångkulturalism, mångkulturalism, liberal mångkulturalism, religiösa sedvänjor, integration
language
Swedish
id
1361686
date added to LUP
2009-04-17 09:05:08
date last changed
2009-04-17 09:05:08
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  abstract     = {Since the new integration policy from 1975 Swedish politics has been
characterized as a multicultural society among scholars and others both in Sweden and abroad. The purpose of this thesis was to study the political debate around three minority practices (the Jewish and Muslim method of slaughtering animals, the veil and the turban, and religious and ethnic schools) to find out if the policy of these minority practices is based on a multicultural view. The purpose was also to examine if there has been any changes in these debates over time since 1975.
The multicultural theory was used as a basis and a distinction was made between the liberal and the dialogical multiculturalism. It was found that only the politics around the veil and the turban was able to be characterized as multicultural, but it was only compatible with the liberal multicultural view. Also there had been some slight changes over time that is pointing towards a more multicultural politics regarding the policy around the Jewish and Muslim method of slaughtering animals and the veil and the turban.},
  author       = {Hemmingsson, Fanny},
  keyword      = {gruppspecifika rättigheter,dialogisk mångkulturalism,mångkulturalism,liberal mångkulturalism,religiösa sedvänjor,integration},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Mångkulturalism och gruppspecifika rättigheter - En analys av den svenska politiska debatten kring religiös slakt, slöja och turban samt religiösa och etniska friskolor},
  year         = {2009},
}