Hittade 5 avhandlingar innehållade ordet Communalism.
Sammanfattning : Iconized migrant writers such as Michael Ondaatje, Salman Rushdie and Ben Okri use their fictional worlds to articulate the ways in which existential “nervous conditions,” caused by violent postcolonial history, drive individuals to rework the critical notions of freedom, authenticity and community. This existential thread in their works has been largely ignored or left undeveloped in literary criticism. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The question raised in this thesis is whether there is a common ideology to be found among intentional communities, and if so, what does characterise such an ideology and how does it relate to the traditional –isms? The study takes its theoretical point of departure in a functional concept of ideology, along with six dimensions of social critique: the political, the politico-economic, the politico-sexual, the psychosocial, the religious and spiritual, and the environmental. The findings of this study indicate that intentional communities have a common ideological core. LÄS MER
3. Mellan två riken : Integration, politisk kultur och förnationella identiteter på Gotland 1500–1700
Sammanfattning : Under the peace treaty of Brömsebro in 1645 the largest island of the Baltic Sea, Gotland, became a part of the Swedish Kingdom. Until then it had been under Danish control, and since the late fifteenth century the Danish authorities had pursued the economic, judicial, administra-tive and ecclesiastical incorporation of the island. LÄS MER
4. Den lokala scenen : Torstuna härad som lokalsamhälle under 1600-talet : Torstuna Härad im 17. Jahrhundert - eine lokale Gemeinschaft?
Sammanfattning : The hundreds were territorial divisions in the countryside, which comprised judicial districts. They also had other roles in the political system. Within research the hundreds have been considered local communities in two different ways. LÄS MER
5. The Art of Enacting the Impossible: A Conceptual, Empirical and Methodological Exploration of Constructive Resistance by the Kurdish Movement in Turkey
Sammanfattning : The Kurdish movement in Turkey has since 2005 been trying to establish democratic autonomy, an overarching proposition for the reconstruction of the society from the bottom up, based on ideals of radical democracy, women’s liberation, social ecology, communalism and more. This dissertation takes the current resistance of the Kurdish movement in the context of democratic autonomy as a starting point to deepen the empirical and conceptual insights on resistance as enacted alternatives (‘constructive resistance’); the role of emotions in resistance; and the ways in which our understanding of resistance could inform research methods. LÄS MER