Sökning: "politisk utveckling"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 37 avhandlingar innehållade orden politisk utveckling.
1. Ungdomar, Utveckling och Utmaning : Studier av samhälls- och identitetsskapande processer i 1990-talets ungdomspolitik
Sammanfattning : Society and Identity- Developments and Challenges in Swedish Youth Politics in the 1990´s. There are many ways to describe and value young people’s interest and engagement in politics. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Global initiatives regarding environmental change have increasingly become part of political agendas and of our collective imagination. In order to form sustainable societies, education is considered crucial by organizations such as the United Nations and the European Union. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The political ambition for sustainable development is dependent on new attitudes and behaviors, as well as new physical environments. Sustainable development has, therefore, become increasingly important to analyze and describe within the fields of planning, urban design, and architecture to contribute to a positive attitude and to gain democratic approval throughout society. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Political comedy is a hybrid genre that mixes political news and analysis with comedy and entertainment. As it becomes more and more popular in most media forms and national contexts, researchers struggle to understand its role in relation to other types of political media, and of citizenship; in this sense, it challenges scholarly conceptualisation of political media and citizenship. LÄS MER
5. The Money of Monarchs : The Importance of Non-Tax Revenue for Autocratic Rule in Early Modern Sweden
Sammanfattning : According to a venerable argument about the formation of political regimes in historical Europe, taxation goes hand in hand with representation, as financial needs forced rulers to trade rights for revenue. In this dissertation I explore the reverse assumption, asking whether it is the case that non-taxation went hand in hand with non-representation? I argue that early modern rulers who had access to what I conceptualize as ‘proprietary revenue’—including profits from landownership, natural resource extraction, state-owned enterprise, and colonial plunder—could use such revenue to concentrate political authority in their own hands and rule as autocrats. LÄS MER