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Kvinden, en antropologisk studie af den mytiske diskurs om kvinden, dens opkomst og udbredelse i det færøske samfund via nationalismen

Í Hoyvík, Sigga LU (2013) SANK01 20122
Social Anthropology
Abstract
This paper is an anthropological study of the mythical discourse about women showinghow it was established in the culture of the Faroe Islands and how it got spread among the ethnic people in connection with the arrival of nationalism possible because of the increasing print-capitalism and industrialization of Europe.
The method and theory is a combination of French structuralism and discourse analysis represented by Claude Lévi-Strauss and Michel Foucault mixed with Alvesson and Sköldbergs reflexive method. This paper is divided in to three chapters each in connection with a specific time perspective, chapter 1. Contemporary discourses about women seen from women´s perspective. 2. Mythical discourse about women in myths. 3. historical... (More)
This paper is an anthropological study of the mythical discourse about women showinghow it was established in the culture of the Faroe Islands and how it got spread among the ethnic people in connection with the arrival of nationalism possible because of the increasing print-capitalism and industrialization of Europe.
The method and theory is a combination of French structuralism and discourse analysis represented by Claude Lévi-Strauss and Michel Foucault mixed with Alvesson and Sköldbergs reflexive method. This paper is divided in to three chapters each in connection with a specific time perspective, chapter 1. Contemporary discourses about women seen from women´s perspective. 2. Mythical discourse about women in myths. 3. historical time focusing on the advent of nationalism in the form of social actors and institutions, ending the paper with a short chapter called reflection concerning the choice of empirical material and the authority of the authors of both the empirical material and this paper. (Less)
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author
Í Hoyvík, Sigga LU
supervisor
organization
course
SANK01 20122
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
social anthropology, structuralism, discourse, women, myth, authority, equality
language
English
id
3403842
date added to LUP
2013-02-01 08:09:28
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2013-02-01 08:09:28
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  abstract     = {This paper is an anthropological study of the mythical discourse about women showinghow it was established in the culture of the Faroe Islands and how it got spread among the ethnic people in connection with the arrival of nationalism possible because of the increasing print-capitalism and industrialization of Europe. 
The method and theory is a combination of French structuralism and discourse analysis represented by Claude Lévi-Strauss and Michel Foucault mixed with Alvesson and Sköldbergs reflexive method. This paper is divided in to three chapters each in connection with a specific time perspective, chapter 1. Contemporary discourses about women seen from women´s perspective. 2. Mythical discourse about women in myths. 3. historical time focusing on the advent of nationalism in the form of social actors and institutions, ending the paper with a short chapter called reflection concerning the choice of empirical material and the authority of the authors of both the empirical material and this paper.},
  author       = {Í Hoyvík, Sigga},
  keyword      = {social anthropology,structuralism,discourse,women,myth,authority,equality},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Kvinden, en antropologisk studie af den mytiske diskurs om kvinden, dens opkomst og udbredelse i det færøske samfund via nationalismen},
  year         = {2013},
}