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ID-kontrollernas icke åsyftade effekter för tågresenärer och transportföretag vid Öresundsbron

Magnusson, Jennifer LU and Jusufovic, Isabella LU (2017) RÄSK02 20171
Department of Sociology of Law
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to embark on a theory in examining the unintentional effects affiliated with the law, when legislation took place in establishing border controls within the internal boarder. The study is aiming to focus on the affects travelers along with transportation companies experience on a day to day basis. Following the analysis method which is based on a theory by Robert K. Merton about the manifest and latent functions. The study itself was based on a qualitative interview paired with a quantitative survey. By using a thematic analysis method to navigate the interviews then separately sorting through the quantitative data. The results show signs that the most common consequence for outside travelers could be a... (More)
The purpose of this study was to embark on a theory in examining the unintentional effects affiliated with the law, when legislation took place in establishing border controls within the internal boarder. The study is aiming to focus on the affects travelers along with transportation companies experience on a day to day basis. Following the analysis method which is based on a theory by Robert K. Merton about the manifest and latent functions. The study itself was based on a qualitative interview paired with a quantitative survey. By using a thematic analysis method to navigate the interviews then separately sorting through the quantitative data. The results show signs that the most common consequence for outside travelers could be a handful of possibilities such as an extension on travel time, economic and consequences to their health. The ramifications the transportation company faced were directly affected by the travelers. Allowing the unintentional effects to express itself as a chain reaction that disrupts all parties involved (Less)
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author
Magnusson, Jennifer LU and Jusufovic, Isabella LU
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organization
course
RÄSK02 20171
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
border control, latent functions, manifest functions, migrant crisis
language
Swedish
id
8917323
date added to LUP
2017-06-20 16:14:52
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2017-06-20 16:14:52
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this study was to embark on a theory in examining the unintentional effects affiliated with the law, when legislation took place in establishing border controls within the internal boarder. The study is aiming to focus on the affects travelers along with transportation companies experience on a day to day basis. Following the analysis method which is based on a theory by Robert K. Merton about the manifest and latent functions. The study itself was based on a qualitative interview paired with a quantitative survey. By using a thematic analysis method to navigate the interviews then separately sorting through the quantitative data. The results show signs that the most common consequence for outside travelers could be a handful of possibilities such as an extension on travel time, economic and consequences to their health. The ramifications the transportation company faced were directly affected by the travelers. Allowing the unintentional effects to express itself as a chain reaction that disrupts all parties involved},
  author       = {Magnusson, Jennifer and Jusufovic, Isabella},
  keyword      = {border control,latent functions,manifest functions,migrant crisis},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {ID-kontrollernas icke åsyftade effekter för tågresenärer och transportföretag vid Öresundsbron},
  year         = {2017},
}