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Annat socialt nedbrytande beteende -en diskursiv analys

Dahlström, Evelina LU and Horned, Mats LU (2012) SOPA63 20112
School of Social Work
Abstract
In the following study, the aim has been to analyze how socially destructive behavior is constructed in verdicts concerning involuntary treatment of teenagers. We have examined which actions have been suggested as socially destructive, and whether sex is important for this construction. We have analyzed our material by using Foucault-inspired discourse analysis, with concepts such as power, knowledge, truth, power and subject position. To understand the significance of sex, we have also made use of Judith Butler´s concepts of sex. Our conclusion suggests two prominent subject positions, which we call victims and perpetrators. We also argue that sex is relevant in the construction of the teenagers behavior and to some extent the subject... (More)
In the following study, the aim has been to analyze how socially destructive behavior is constructed in verdicts concerning involuntary treatment of teenagers. We have examined which actions have been suggested as socially destructive, and whether sex is important for this construction. We have analyzed our material by using Foucault-inspired discourse analysis, with concepts such as power, knowledge, truth, power and subject position. To understand the significance of sex, we have also made use of Judith Butler´s concepts of sex. Our conclusion suggests two prominent subject positions, which we call victims and perpetrators. We also argue that sex is relevant in the construction of the teenagers behavior and to some extent the subject position of the young considered part in. (Less)
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author
Dahlström, Evelina LU and Horned, Mats LU
supervisor
organization
course
SOPA63 20112
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
involuntary treatment, discourse, power, subject, sex
language
Swedish
id
2294960
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2012-01-16 13:57:14
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  abstract     = {In the following study, the aim has been to analyze how socially destructive behavior is constructed in verdicts concerning involuntary treatment of teenagers. We have examined which actions have been suggested as socially destructive, and whether sex is important for this construction. We have analyzed our material by using Foucault-inspired discourse analysis, with concepts such as power, knowledge, truth, power and subject position. To understand the significance of sex, we have also made use of Judith Butler´s concepts of sex. Our conclusion suggests two prominent subject positions, which we call victims and perpetrators. We also argue that sex is relevant in the construction of the teenagers behavior and to some extent the subject position of the young considered part in.},
  author       = {Dahlström, Evelina and Horned, Mats},
  keyword      = {involuntary treatment,discourse,power,subject,sex},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Annat socialt nedbrytande beteende -en diskursiv analys},
  year         = {2012},
}