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Tålt ophold: en undersøgelse af det nationale projekt i Danmark

Gjerding, Helena Reumert LU (2010) GNVK01 20101
Department of Gender Studies
Abstract (Danish)
Denne undersøgelse sigter til at bidrage med viden om det nationale projekts tilstand i Danmark på baggrund af en diskursanalyse af konceptet tålt ophold. Tålt ophold er placeret i spændingsfeltet mellem diskursen om ikke-statsborgerskab og diskursen om kriminalitet og legitimeres af en diskurs om statens sikkerhed.
Empirien er baseret på uddrag af folketingsdebatten om den såkaldte Tuneserlov, nærmere bestemt tre lovbehandlinger i forhold til stramningen af den allerede eksisterende lov om tålt ophold.
Tålt ophold er både en juridisk, et politisk og et socialt koncept og er et koncept, der ikke bare har betydning for de få mennesker, der har opnået denne status, men for det danske samfund. Derfor er denne undersøgelse ikke blot en... (More)
Denne undersøgelse sigter til at bidrage med viden om det nationale projekts tilstand i Danmark på baggrund af en diskursanalyse af konceptet tålt ophold. Tålt ophold er placeret i spændingsfeltet mellem diskursen om ikke-statsborgerskab og diskursen om kriminalitet og legitimeres af en diskurs om statens sikkerhed.
Empirien er baseret på uddrag af folketingsdebatten om den såkaldte Tuneserlov, nærmere bestemt tre lovbehandlinger i forhold til stramningen af den allerede eksisterende lov om tålt ophold.
Tålt ophold er både en juridisk, et politisk og et socialt koncept og er et koncept, der ikke bare har betydning for de få mennesker, der har opnået denne status, men for det danske samfund. Derfor er denne undersøgelse ikke blot en analyse af et specifikt lovelement, men også et forsøg på at bidrage til en kritisk samfundsdiagnostik.

Nøgleord: Nationalstat, tålt ophold, sikkerhedsdiskurs, statsborgerskab, kriminalisering (Less)
Abstract
The objective of this research is to be a contribution of knowledge regarding the national project's condition in Denmark based on a discourse analysis of the tolerated stay concept. Tolerated stay is placed in the tension field between the discourse regarding non-citizenship and the discourse regarding criminality and is legitimated by a discourse regarding security of the state.
The empiric is based on extracts of the debate in the Danish Parliament concerning the so-called “Tunisian-law”, more precisely three law hearings In relation to restraint of the existing law concerning tolerated stay.
Tolerated stay is a legal, a political and a social concept and is a concept which not only has a meaning for the few people who have... (More)
The objective of this research is to be a contribution of knowledge regarding the national project's condition in Denmark based on a discourse analysis of the tolerated stay concept. Tolerated stay is placed in the tension field between the discourse regarding non-citizenship and the discourse regarding criminality and is legitimated by a discourse regarding security of the state.
The empiric is based on extracts of the debate in the Danish Parliament concerning the so-called “Tunisian-law”, more precisely three law hearings In relation to restraint of the existing law concerning tolerated stay.
Tolerated stay is a legal, a political and a social concept and is a concept which not only has a meaning for the few people who have obtained this status, but also for the Danish society. Hence, this research is not only an analysis of a specific law element, but also an attempt to contribute to a critical society diagnostics. (Less)
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author
Gjerding, Helena Reumert LU
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organization
course
GNVK01 20101
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type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
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keywords
safety discourse, tolerated stay, citizenship, criminality, Nation-state
language
Danish
id
1608918
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2010-06-15 15:58:06
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2010-06-15 15:58:06
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  abstract     = {The objective of this research is to be a contribution of knowledge regarding the national project's condition in Denmark based on a discourse analysis of the tolerated stay concept. Tolerated stay is placed in the tension field between the discourse regarding non-citizenship and the discourse regarding criminality and is legitimated by a discourse regarding security of the state.
The empiric is based on extracts of the debate in the Danish Parliament concerning the so-called “Tunisian-law”, more precisely three law hearings In relation to restraint of the existing law concerning tolerated stay.   
Tolerated stay is a legal, a political and a social concept and is a concept which not only has a meaning for the few people who have obtained this status, but also for the Danish society. Hence, this research is not only an analysis of a specific law element, but also an attempt to contribute to a critical society diagnostics.},
  author       = {Gjerding, Helena Reumert},
  keyword      = {safety discourse,tolerated stay,citizenship,criminality,Nation-state},
  language     = {dan},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Tålt ophold: en undersøgelse af det nationale projekt i Danmark},
  year         = {2010},
}