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Nordisk självbild

Schau, Oscar LU (2014) STVK02 20141
Department of Political Science
Abstract (Swedish)
In this critical idea-analysis of the relation between Sweden and the Nordic Council the author sifts out two construcions of identity and tests if there is a discrepancy to be found between what the member state grows within its borders and also sign by being a part of the nordic cooperation. In this study the analysis dive into the origins of scandinavism and nordism and discover touching points with the Nordic Council today and the roots of nordic ideology. It is clear that the Nordic Council and Sweden, by practicing this nordic doctrine of isolation and distance to Europe, also excludes its own inhabitants on cultural, historical and geographic facts. This goes against the work for democracy, inclusion and equality that both Sweden... (More)
In this critical idea-analysis of the relation between Sweden and the Nordic Council the author sifts out two construcions of identity and tests if there is a discrepancy to be found between what the member state grows within its borders and also sign by being a part of the nordic cooperation. In this study the analysis dive into the origins of scandinavism and nordism and discover touching points with the Nordic Council today and the roots of nordic ideology. It is clear that the Nordic Council and Sweden, by practicing this nordic doctrine of isolation and distance to Europe, also excludes its own inhabitants on cultural, historical and geographic facts. This goes against the work for democracy, inclusion and equality that both Sweden and the Nordic Council in their offical documents, media and interviews claim to value as the key foundations of their political work and also national- and nordic identity. (Less)
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author
Schau, Oscar LU
supervisor
organization
alternative title
En kritisk idéanalys av relationen mellan Nordiska rådets och Sveriges identitetskonstruktioner
course
STVK02 20141
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
nordic council, sweden, identity, scandinavism, nordism
language
Swedish
id
4448106
date added to LUP
2014-07-07 14:53:16
date last changed
2014-07-07 14:53:16
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  abstract     = {In this critical idea-analysis of the relation between Sweden and the Nordic Council the author sifts out two construcions of identity and tests if there is a discrepancy to be found between what the member state grows within its borders and also sign by being a part of the nordic cooperation. In this study the analysis dive into the origins of scandinavism and nordism and discover touching points with the Nordic Council today and the roots of nordic ideology. It is clear that the Nordic Council and Sweden, by practicing this nordic doctrine of isolation and distance to Europe, also excludes its own inhabitants on cultural, historical and geographic facts. This goes against the work for democracy, inclusion and equality that both Sweden and the Nordic Council in their offical documents, media and interviews claim to value as the key foundations of their political work and also national- and nordic identity.},
  author       = {Schau, Oscar},
  keyword      = {nordic council,sweden,identity,scandinavism,nordism},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Nordisk självbild},
  year         = {2014},
}