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Detta är en avhandling från Stockholm : Statsvetenskapliga institutionen, Stockholms universitet

Sammanfattning: The thesis studies Swedish film censorship during the years 1911-2000. The purpose is to describe and analyse governmental standpoints and to relate them to three different normative beliefs. More precisely the objective is to analyse to what extent Swedish film censorship reflects egalitarian, perfectionist or libertarian beliefsA chronology expresses the main results of this thesis. In the first period, between 1911 and 1938, perfectionist beliefs are dominating. In the second period, between 1939 and 1959, egalitarian beliefs follow ideas of protection against harm at the expense of perfectionist beliefs about bad taste. In the third period, between 1960 and 1970 the beliefs, an egalitarian approach, rely more on science and research rather than on moral knowledge. Between1971-2000 the theme of protection against harm reflect both egalitarian and perfectionist beliefs.The thesis draws three general conclusions. First that there is continuity in the conviction that film could have a harmful influence on children. This continuity is independent of the different normative beliefs. Secondly, no argument has been made that the film sphere could do without any kind state surveillance. Thirdly, orthodox libertarian beliefs are more or less absent in the Swedish discourse. To the extent that such beliefs prevail, they are integrated parts of wider complex of mostly egalitarian beliefs.  

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