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Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 276 avhandlingar innehållade orden Swedish democracy.
1. Demokrati bortom politiken : En begreppshistorisk analys av demokratibegreppet inom Sveriges socialdemokratiska arbetareparti 1919–1939
Sammanfattning : This dissertation analyzes the concept of democracy as it was used in the official rhetoric of the Swedish SocialDemocratic Party (SAP ) between 1919 and 1939. Theoretically, the dissertation relies on German Begriffsgeschichte, as put forward by Reinhart Koselleck, and Michael Freeden’s theory of ideologies. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This dissertation contributes to an increased understanding of democracy promotion. Empirically, the study focuses on the multi-faced democratisation process in Macedonia; the official Swedish policy for democracy promotion; and actual Swedish attempts to promote democracy in Macedonia in the period 2000–2006. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The preoccupation of the study revolves around relations hetwecn everyday life in Swedish schools and the multicuiturai context of Swedish society. Based on fieldwork, media debates, analysis ofpolicy documents, discussions with teachers as weil as teacher's educators, and interviews with principals working in the elementary schools of Malmö, the dissertation explores three analytical arenas; schools as (re)producers of values and norms, Ihe mullicullural school and finally Ihe localions of schools in lime and space. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Avhandlingen undersöker hur demokrati konstrueras och förmedlas i svenska föreningshandböcker under perioden 1949–2010. Civilsamhället beskrivs ofta som en demokratiskola. Denna uppfattning är emellertid omdiskuterad inom forskningen. LÄS MER
5. Securing the working democracy : Inventive arrangements to guarantee circulation and the emergence of democracy policy
Sammanfattning : In the 1990s, Swedish democracy's ability to remain strong and renew itself became increasingly questioned in government commission reports and social-scientific writings. The perceptions of the financial crisis in 1992–1994, new identities, immigration and changes in participation in civic associations and organizations were listed as challenges to democracy. LÄS MER