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Dubbelt medborgarskap

Quarm, Serwa LU (2010) STVK01 20102
Department of Political Science
Abstract (Swedish)
The aim of this study is to further the understanding of why dual citizenship continues to reappear in Dutch debates while dual citizenship has remained rather uncontested in Sweden for the last decade. Differences in the in which terms dual citizenship is discussed and the way dual citizenship is perceived is put forward as a possible explanation for this difference between the countries. Using Laclau and Mouffes discourse theory a discourse analysis is made of official government reports in both countries in order to find the discourses that are articulated in these reports. Theories on nationalism and transnationalism are used to put the discourses on dual citizenship in a broader context.
The study shows that there are differences in... (More)
The aim of this study is to further the understanding of why dual citizenship continues to reappear in Dutch debates while dual citizenship has remained rather uncontested in Sweden for the last decade. Differences in the in which terms dual citizenship is discussed and the way dual citizenship is perceived is put forward as a possible explanation for this difference between the countries. Using Laclau and Mouffes discourse theory a discourse analysis is made of official government reports in both countries in order to find the discourses that are articulated in these reports. Theories on nationalism and transnationalism are used to put the discourses on dual citizenship in a broader context.
The study shows that there are differences in the ways in which dual citizenship is discussed between the countries, but in the reports from both countries show a tendency towards a transnational perspective on dual citizenship. (Less)
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author
Quarm, Serwa LU
supervisor
organization
alternative title
Diskursanalys av offentliga utredningar om dubbelt medborgarskap i Nederländerna och Sverige
course
STVK01 20102
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
discourse theory, nationalism, the Netherlands, Sweden, transnationalism, Dual nationality
language
Swedish
id
1692867
date added to LUP
2010-11-15 15:39:01
date last changed
2010-11-15 15:39:01
@misc{1692867,
  abstract     = {The aim of this study is to further the understanding of why dual citizenship continues to reappear in Dutch debates while dual citizenship has remained rather uncontested in Sweden for the last decade. Differences in the in which terms dual citizenship is discussed and the way dual citizenship is perceived is put forward as a possible explanation for this difference between the countries. Using Laclau and Mouffes discourse theory a discourse analysis is made of official government reports in both countries in order to find the discourses that are articulated in these reports. Theories on nationalism and transnationalism are used to put the discourses on dual citizenship in a broader context. 
The study shows that there are differences in the ways in which dual citizenship is discussed between the countries, but in the reports from both countries show a tendency towards a transnational perspective on dual citizenship.},
  author       = {Quarm, Serwa},
  keyword      = {discourse theory,nationalism,the Netherlands,Sweden,transnationalism,Dual nationality},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Dubbelt medborgarskap},
  year         = {2010},
}