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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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The History of Niddah in America as Social Drama: Genealogy of a Ritual Practice

2015 (has links)
abstract: Since the 1960’s and 1970’s, ethnographic research on Jewish menstrual rituals known as niddah, Taharat HaMishpacha, or Family Purity has associated their practices with religious behavior. Much of this research organizes around questions of women’s agency within ostensibly patriarchally constructed religious practices that carry the potential to oppress its women practitioners. This premise is built upon a number of implicit assumptions about the history of today’s niddah practices: that niddah is observed exclusively by Orthodox Jews; that increasing rates of niddah observance correlate exclusively with the trend toward stricter observance levels among the Orthodox since the 1960s; and that this increasingly strict observance itself reflects a reactionary trend among the Orthodox community (a.k.a. tradition versus modernity). All these assumptions currently circulate, in various degrees, among the American Jewish lay community and are shared by a significant number of congregational rabbis. Until the 1990s, no history of niddah existed to either support or refute these assumptions. I initially intended that this project would provide future ethnographers with a comprehensive history of niddah in America during the past one and a half centuries. I engaged Victor Turner’s theory of Social Drama as a framework for understanding this history as a socio-cultural process, rather than as a series of less than related events. However, this study h*as resulted in the identification of many more specific assumptions about the decline and revival of niddah observance in the twentieth century, which are not supported by the scant evidence available. These challenged assumptions beg new directions for research; a thorough reworking of the history of niddah in America; and a fresh look at the literature advocating niddah produced in the 1990’s and early 2000’s. This genealogy as Social Drama presents niddah in twentieth century America as undergoing periods of crisis, negotiation, and reintegration. This drama was triggered by late nineteenth century concepts of religion, body, and ritual that undermined and ruptured the integrity of niddah as a bodily religious ritual practice. Niddah’s twentieth century social drama culminated in fresh articulations of a unique Jewish sexuality and Jewish marital ethic. Dissertation/Thesis Masters Thesis Religious Studies 2015
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L’action publique en faveur des quartiers défavorisés au Chili (2006-2010) : généalogie et développement des nouvelles approches territoriale et participative La acción pública en favor de barrios vulnerables en Chile (2006-2010) : genealogía y desarrollo de los nuevos enfoques territorial y participativo The public action for disadvantages neighborhoods in Chile (2006-2010) : enealogy and development of the new territorial and participatory approaches

Ulriksen Moretti, Constanza 5 December 2015 (has links)
Une des priorités des gouvernements chiliens entre 1990 et 2005 était la réduction du déficit de logements. Les progrès ont été significatifs sur le plan quantitatif mais pas sur le qualitatif. Dans ce contexte, la première administration Bachelet a mis en place la Nouvelle politique du logement et d’amélioration de la qualité et l'intégration sociale, qui comprend le premier programme de réhabilitation des quartiers vulnérables, Quiero mi Barrio (PQMB). Une première étape d’étude reconstruit la généalogie et formulation du PQMB et une deuxième examine le développement, notamment à partir d’une étude de cas de deux quartiers. Les résultats indiquent qu’une intégration sociale à l’intérieur des territoires a primé sur une intégration sociale urbaine des quartiers par rapport au reste de la ville. PQMB apparaît comme un programme participatif d’amélioration d’espaces publiques, résultat qui renferme un processus dialectique provenant des décisions et des pratiques de tous les acteurs impliqués. PQMB a toutefois réussi à changer le référentiel des politiques de logement, de la satisfaction de la quantité à la considération de standards de qualité, ainsi qu’à introduire la participation comme un processus indispensable. Plutôt qu’une approche territoriale globale on observe une territorialisation des dépenses publiques, n’étant jamais suffisante pour répondre à la complexité du problème. Nous identifions ainsi trois impératifs pour la réhabilitation chilienne des quartiers défavorisés : le développement d’un système d’appui institutionnel collaboratif, riche et varié, un véritable travail interdisciplinaire, et une pratique d’échanges permanents entre chercheurs et praticiens. One of the Chilean governments priorities between 1990 and 2005 was the reduction of the housing deficit. Progress has been significant quantitatively, but not qualitatively. In this context, the first Bachelet administration has implemented New housing policy of quality improvement and social integration, which includes the first rehabilitation program for distressed neighborhoods, Quiero mi Barrio (PQMB). A first research stage reconstructs the genealogy and formulation of the PQMB, and a second examines its development, in particular through a case study of two neighborhoods. The results show that a social integration within the territories took precedence over an urban social integration of the neighborhoods in relation to the rest of the city. PQMB appears as a participatory program to improve public spaces, which contains a dialectical process coming from the decisions and practices of all actors involved. However, PQMB has achieved a paradigm shift from quantity to quality in terms of Chilean housing policies, as well as the introduction of citizen participation as an indispensable process. Rather than a comprehensive territorial approach, a territorialization of public spending is observed, which is nonetheless never sufficient to tackle the complexity of the problem. We thus identify three imperatives for the Chilean rehabilitation of disadvantaged neighborhoods: the development of a collaborative institutional support system, rich and varied; a real interdisciplinary work; and a permanent exchange between researchers and practitioners. Una de las prioridades de los gobiernos chilenos entre 1990 y 2005 fue la reducción del déficit habitacional. Los progresos han sido significativos en el plano cuantitativo, pero no así en el cualitativo. En este contexto, la primera administración de Bachelet implementó la Nueva Política Habitacional de Mejoramiento de la Calidad y la Integración Social, que incluye el primer programa de recuperación de barrios vulnerables, Quiero mi Barrio (PQMB). Una primera etapa de investigación reconstruye la genealogía y formulación del PQMB, y una segunda examina su desarrollo, particularmente a partir de un estudio de caso de dos barrios. Los resultados indican que una integración social al interior de los territorios primó por sobre una integración social urbana de los barrios respecto al resto de la ciudad. El PQMB aparece como un programa participativo de mejoramiento de espacios públicos, resultado que encierra un proceso dialéctico derivado de las decisiones y prácticas de todos los actores implicados. No obstante, el PQMB logró cambiar el referencial de las políticas habitacionales, de la satisfacción de la cantidad a la consideración de estándares de calidad, así como también introducir la participación como un proceso indispensable. En lugar de un enfoque territorial integral, se observa una territorialización del gasto público que nunca es suficiente para satisfacer la complejidad del problema. La tesis identifica tres imperativos para la recuperación de barrios vulnerables en Chile: el desarrollo de un sistema de apoyo institucional y de colaboración, rico y variado, un auténtico trabajo interdisciplinario, y una práctica de intercambio permanente entre investigadores y profesionales ejecutores.
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Les voies de la singularité : pour une généalogie des oeuvres d'art The roots of singularity : for a genealogy of artworks

Liucci-Goutnikov, Nicolas 18 November 2015 (has links)
S’il n’existe pas d’« objet esthétique », comme l’ont soutenu Genette et Schaeffer, mais simplement des « relations esthétiques », comment définir ce que sont ou ce que font les œuvres d’art ? Un concept élémentaire, présent de façon diffuse dans de nombreux écrits sur l’art, se révèle opératoire : le concept de singularité. La singularité peut expliquer nombre des qualités attribuées aux œuvres d’art, notamment leur capacité maintes fois relevée à arrêter l’attention. Comme l’ont souligné de nombreux penseurs, de Kant à Goodman, l’œuvre d’art tient l’esprit en éveil : dans la relation aux œuvres d’art, écrit ce dernier, « le moteur est la curiosité et le but est d’obtenir des lumières » [Nelson Goodman, Langages de l’art (1968), trad. J. Morizot]. Exigeant que l’attention se porte sur l’objet en tant qu’individu, la singularité met à mal les généralités formulées sur les œuvres d’art, tout en inscrivant chacune d’entre elles dans l’histoire. Pour percevoir et comprendre une singularité, il est nécessaire de connaître le « monde de l’art » contre lequel elle s’affirme : l’établissement d’une généalogie se révèle indispensable. Renversant la logique de l’origine, l’identification de la parenté immédiate d’une œuvre d’art permet de saisir des relations d’identité entrelacées, croisées, mais aussi et surtout ces différences déterminantes grâce auxquelles l’œuvre peut affirmer sa propre singularité… et peut-être de susciter à son tour une descendance. Plusieurs études de cas s’attachent à le montrer - textes sur l’art de Greenberg, Rosenberg ou Judd, et œuvres d’art de Warhol, Levine ou Sehgal –, cherchant à tracer ainsi, de façon généalogique, les voies de la singularité. If there is no such object as an “aesthetic object”, as Genette and Schaeffer have argued, but only “aesthetic relations”, how to define what an artwork is or does? An elementary concept, present in a pervasive manner in many writings about art, appears to be operative: the concept of singularity. Singularity can explain a lot of the qualities, which are usually assigned to artworks, in particular their ability to draw attention on them. As many authors have emphasized, from Kant to Goodman, an artwork keeps the mind active: in our relation to artworks, writes the latter, “the drive is curiosity and the aim enlightenment”.Given that this sort of attention requires to focus on the object as an individual, singularity jeopardizes the generalities, which are usually stated about artworks, though inscribing each of them in history. In order to perceive and to understand a singularity, it is necessary to know against which “artworld” this singularity asserts itself: an indispensable step seems the establishment of a genealogy. Through reversing the logic of origin, the identification of the immediate relationship of an artwork allows to embrace intertwined identity links, but also, and above all, these decisive differences, which allow the artwork to assert its singularity… and maybe to arouse some descendants. Different case studies make every effort to show it – texts about art written by Greenberg, Rosenberg or Judd, artworks from Warhol, Levine or Sehgal –, trying to trace, along a genealogical path, the roots of singularity.
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Sense, understanding and language : a genealogy of sense in the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze, 1953-1969

McDonald, Andrew 2015 (has links)
This thesis analyses the concept of sense in Deleuze’s early philosophy. I claim sense is an empirical process of understanding before a settled meaning has been attained. My analysis of Deleuze’s early works Nietzsche and Philosophy and Proust and Signs draws upon the empirical and rationalist tension between sense and meaning. For empiricists, in order to attain meaning, we must first make sense of the world and thereby associate experiential qualities to our ideas. They argue that without this process our ideas remain blank. In contrast, for rationalists, meaning is attained through rational reflection. This enables us to attain clarity in our understanding and achieve consensus. Without this process of rational reflection, our ideas remain chaotic, based upon a multiplicity of different perspectives. We are then presented with an either/or choice. Either we must accept the necessity of making sense and face the problems of conflict of interest. Or, by adhering to deductive reasoning, individuals can arrive at clarity but face the problem of blank ideas. Deleuze confronts the empirical and rationalist tension through the concept of sense and its relation to an apprenticeship. This joins Deleuze’s work on Nietzsche and Proust to Logic of Sense. It is through his analysis of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass that an alternative answer is given. For Deleuze, we must make sense of the world but, at the same time, enable our understanding to be guided through a structure and methodology. That is to say, different methodologies and structures enable us to attain knowledge and educate others. What Deleuze makes us attentive to is a process of an experimental apprenticeship where methodological structures are continually challenged and made sense of. By practically applying structures, we attain meaning. Yet this meaning is novel because its sense follows from novel apprenticeship and experimentation. Following this. I claim that Deleuze does not seek either a purely rationalist or empirical approach, but rather, one that affirms both positions. This enables us to affirm the necessity of the process of making sense and of the novel attainment of meaning. This also enables an epistemological depth to be uncovered in early Deleuze through an analysis of his early works as studies of sense. My analysis of sense and language then develops the importance of epistemology and language in the philosophy of Deleuze, which at present remains still new and embryonic.
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"You should've seen my Grandmother - she passed for white" : African American women writers, genealogy, and the passing genre

Bradbury, Janine 2015 (has links)
This thesis critiques the prevailing assumption that passing is passé in contemporary African American women’s literature. By re-examining the work of Toni Cade Bambara, Toni Morrison, Gloria Naylor, Dorothy West, Alice Walker, and Barbara Neely, I argue that these writers signify on canonical passing narratives – Brown’s Clotel (1853) and Clotelle (1867), Chesnutt’s The House Behind the Cedars (1900), Johnson’s The Autobiography of an Ex-Coloured Man (1912), Larsen’s Passing (1929), and Hurst’s Imitation of Life (1933) – in order to confront and redress both the historical roots and contemporary contexts of colourism. As well bridging this historiographic gap, I make a case for reading passing as a multivalent trope that facilitates this very process of cultural interrogation. Rather than focussing on literal episodes of passing, I consider moments of symbolic, textual, and narrative passing, as well as the genealogical and intertextual processes at play in each text which account for the spectral hauntings of the passing-for-white figure in post-civil rights literature. In Chapter 1, I examine the relationship between passing and embodiments of beauty in Morrison’s The Bluest Eye (1970), Bambara’s “Christmas Eve at Johnson’s Drugs N Goods” (1974) and Neely’s Blanche Among the Talented Tenth (1994). In Chapter 2, I discuss passing, class, and capital in Naylor’s Linden Hills (1985) and Dorothy West’s The Wedding (1995). In Chapter 3, I suggest that Walker and Morrison revisit Larsen’s Passing in their short stories “Source” (1982) and “Recitatif” (1983). Finally, I conclude this project with a discussion of Toni Morrison’s God Help the Child (2015) in order to demonstrate the continued centrality of the passing trope for authors interested in colourism, genealogy, and black women’s experiences.
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Fabricating the teacher as researcher:a genealogy of academic teacher education in Finland

Sitomaniemi-San, J. (Johanna) 10 November 2015 (has links)
Abstract The Finnish notion of academic, scientific, research-based teacher education has become a frequently referred to idea within the Finnish educational discourses of research, policy, curriculum and practice. This study examines the current discourse of research based teacher education since its emergence during the 1970s reform that ‘scientized’ teacher education. Drawing on Foucauldian approaches of genealogy and governmentality studies, the purpose of this study is to explore the current presence of ‘research’ in Finnish teacher education and consider the effects of the ways in which the notion of research is mobilised in the discourse. The research questions are: 1. How are teacher subjectivities and notions of research constructed, assembled and mobilised in the discourse of research-based teacher education in Finland? 2. What social ideals circumscribe the aspirations for teachers as researchers and research-based teacher education in Finland? The analysis is carried out on academic publications that have been published on Finnish research-based teacher education. The findings, first, point to the discursive insertion of research into Finnish teacher education as a strategy through which to fabricate the teacher as autonomous and as emancipated from tradition. Secondly, the analysis addresses how an array of different significations of research are mobilised in the governing of the teacher as researcher. Thirdly, the analysis draws attention to the Lutheran Protestant legacy of the tradition of Bildung that has influenced the weak incentive for social and political orientations in Finnish teacher education. The effects of a scientific approach to teacher education are visible in the ways research-based teacher education comes to evoke specific teacher inner qualities and dispositions that are aligned with humanist aspirations and ideals for education and social progress. The study provides an alternative way for perceiving of and problematizing research-based teacher education as well as of the often uneasy relationship between teacher training and the university. In this way, the study attempts to complicate conversations and open up alternative ways of engaging with academic knowledge and practices in teacher education curriculum and research. Tiivistelmä Suomalaista kasvatusta koskevissa tutkimuksen, poliittisten linjausten, opetussuunnitelmien ja käytänteiden diskursseissa viitataan usein akateemiseen, tieteelliseen, tutkimusperustaiseen opettajankoulutukseen. Tässä tutkimuksessa tarkastellaan 1970-luvun tieteellistämisuudistuksen käynnistämää, nykymuotoisen tutkimusperustaisen opettajankoulutuksen diskurssia. Tutkimus ammentaa foucault’laisista genealogian ja hallinnan tutkimuksen lähestymistavoista. Tutkimustehtävänä on tarkastella “tutkimuksen” ilmenemismuotoja nykyisessä suomalaisessa opettajankoulutuksessa sekä näiden diskursiivisia vaikutuksia. Tutkimuskysymykset ovat: 1. Millä tavoin opettajasubjektiviteetit ja käsitykset “tutkimuksesta” rakentuvat, mobilisoituvat ja asettuvat toisiinsa nähden tutkimusperustaisen opettajankoulutuksen diskurssissa Suomessa? 2. Millaiset yhteiskunnalliset ihanteet määrittävät suomalaisen opettajankoulutuksen pyrkimyksiä kohti tutkivaa opettajuutta ja tutkimusperustaista opettajankoulutusta? Tutkimuksessa analysoidaan akateemisia julkaisuja suomalaisesta tutkimusperustaisesta opettajankoulutuksesta. Tutkimustulokset osoittavat “tutkimuksen” ilmentymisen suomalaisessa opettajankoulutuksessa strategiana, jonka kautta tuotetaan autonomisia opettajasubjekteja ja emansipoidaan opettaja tradition vallasta. Toiseksi analyysi tuo näkyviin, millä tavoin “tutkimuksen” eri merkitykset tulevat valjastetuiksi tutkivan opettajan hallinnassa. Kolmanneksi analyysi kiinnittää huomiota luterilaisen protestantismin vaikutuksiin sivistysajattelussa, mikä selittää suomalaisen opettajankoulutuksen heikkoa yhteiskunnallista ja poliittista orientaatiota. Tieteellisen lähestymistavan vaikutukset opettajankoulutukseen ilmenevät siinä, miten tutkimusperustainen opettajankoulutus tulee herättäneeksi opettajan sisäisiä ominaisuuksia ja mielenlaatuja, joita määrittävät humanistiset ideaalit kasvatuksesta ja yhteiskunnallisesta edistyksestä. Tutkimus tarjoaa vaihtoehtoisen tavan hahmottaa ja kyseenalaistaa tutkimusperustaista opettajankoulutusta sekä opettajankoulutuksen ja yliopiston usein ongelmallista suhdetta. Näinollen tutkimus pyrkii syventämään keskusteluja ja avaamaan vaihtoehtoisia tapoja tarkastella akateemista tietoa ja käytänteitä niin opettajankoulutuksen opetussuunnitelman kuin tutkimuksen osalta.
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Les territoires du cinéma art et essai, généalogie et mutations d'un modèle d'exploitation en Midi-Pyrénées Art et essai territories : genealogy and mutations of an oerating/business model in Midi Pyrénées

Poulanges, Mariane 3 September 2015 (has links)
En France, la majorité des salles de cinéma est constituée par des cinémas "Art et essai". Comment rendre compte de l'identité de ces lieux de diffusion dans une perspective communicationnelle ? Outil des politiques d'aménagement et ressource possible pour le développement des territoires, la plupart des salles Art et essai en Midi-Pyrénées se présente sous la forme d'équipements dits "de proximité". Or, la "salle de proximité" représente un point aveugle des recherches universitaires qui portent sur le modèle Art et essai. Sur la base de ce constat, trois étapes structurent l'investigation. La mise en question des représentations de l'histoire du mouvement Art et essai permet d'abord de caractériser cette exploitation comme un modèle hybride, qui relève à la fois d'une politique culturelle nationale et de l'activité située des professionnels de la diffusion qui sont confrontés aux singularités du territoire dans lequel ils exercent. L'analyse diachronique du parc Art et essai en Midi-Pyrénées permet ensuite de présenter l'organisation des acteurs, de pointer leur rôle dans la structuration d'un modèle de diffusion alternatif en région, puis d'exposer le renouvellement récent des rapports de force. Cette approche généalogique, qui suppose d'intégrer les évolutions liées à la décentralisation, dessine une ligne de partage, au sein du parc Art et essai actuel, entre une logique de service, d'une part, et une logique de projet, d'autre part. Cette distinction elle-même est enfin mise à l'épreuve des résultats obtenus à travers deux enquêtes, la première portant sur les contenus offerts sur les écrans Art et essai de la région et la seconde sur la place de la subvention Art et essai dans l'économie des structures. En définitive, la représentation convenue d'un territoire symbolique de l'Art et essai doit être reconsidérée au profit d'une définition de la salle de cinéma Art et essai dont l'identité se construit, sur le temps long, en fonction de l'ancrage territorial des établissements. Par ancrage territorial, il ne s'agit pas de désigner la seule " zone de chalandise " mais l'enchevêtrement de plusieurs dimensions (économique, politique, sociale et géographique) qui forment un espace signifiant et opératoire, co-construit par les spectateurs, les diffuseurs et les acteurs publics locaux. In France, most movie exptheaters are classified as Art et essai. How is it possible to account for the identity of these screening rooms within a communications framework ? As both a means to implement town and country planning policy and a potential resource for economic growth, the vast majority of Art et essai theaters in Midi-Pyrénées are viewed as local, convenience features. Yet, the convenience Art et essai theater has so far never been dealt with as such within academic analyses. The present research therefore offers a three-step approach to addressing this issue. Appraising the representations construed by the history of Art et essai as a movement allows first to characterize how theaters are run, following a hybrid model combining national-scale arts policy and on-site management, the latter being directly confronted with the particular realities of the terrain on which they operate. A diachronic scrutiny of overall Midi-Pyrénées Art et essai theater stock then allows to a) present how the partakers involved organize, b) point out their role in the setting up of a regional alternate approach to screening and c) exhibit the recent new deal within the power ratio. This genealogical approach which entails integrating evolutions linked with decentralization allows to draw a line amid today's Art et essai theaters, between service providers and project contributors. The results from two separate inquiries are then used to put this very distinction to the test. The first inquiry deals with regional Art et essai theaters' movie programming and the second with assessing the bearing of Art et essai public subsidies within their business model. Ultimately, the generally acknowledge representation of Art et essai's symbolic territory is to be reevaluated to allow for redefining the identity of Art et essai movie theaters as a long-term construct, whose evolution depends on their territorial foothold. Here, territorial foothold does not point merely to their marketing area but the intertwining of multiple dimensions (economic, political, social and geographic) that forms a meaningful and operating framework built both by viewers, theater management and local government.
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Power and forced labor| A geneology of labor and migration in the United States

Rohan, Rory Delaney 5 February 2015 (has links)

Recently, federal agents across the US have uncovered an unprecedented number of forced labor operations, many involving non-citizens who are forced to perform farm work under threat of violence and deportation. Contemporary scholarship explains this phenomenon as the effect of liberalized economic relations, industrialized agriculture, and consumer demand for cheap products. While instructive, such explanations leave open questions of how historical factors sanction the coercive farm labor relations seen today. Using the genealogical method, this paper examines the history of labor practices in Florida, a state in which forced labor not only flourished before the Civil War, but also in which forced labor remains common today.

After highlighting how Florida's ante-bellum and post-bellum labor practices and discourses imbued employment with normative valuations, this paper argues that such discourses and practices have since been taken up by state and federal institutions, eventually influencing laws and policies concerning labor, prisoners, and immigrants. These historically embedded practices and discourses, moreover, function to discipline the lives and govern the status of non-citizens in and through employment.

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Historiebruk i valrörelsen : En jämförande analys av Stefan Lövens och Fredrik Reinfeldts tal under valrörelsen 2014

Tägt, Amanda 2015 (has links)
Uppsatsen syftar till att genom en jämförande analys undersöka Stefan Löfvens och Fredrik Reinfeldts historiebruk under valrörelsen 2014, för att på så sätt se på vilket sätt ideologiska skillnader påverkar användandet av historia. Det finns förhållandevis få studier gjorda om de borgerliga partierna, och om deras förhållande till de partier som ligger till vänster på den politiska skalan. Tidigare undersökningar har främst fokuserat på partiernas historia. Denna uppsats handlar istället om dagens politikers användande av historien. Uppsatsens källmaterial utgörs av tal som partiledarna hållit under valrörelsen. Materialet har undersökts utifrån perspektivet att partiledarna både för att kunna behålla väljare och för att locka nya, behöver skapa och befästa en identitet och att historia är en viktig del i detta identitetsskapande. Källmaterialet har undersökts med hjälp av Klas-Göran Karlssons uppdelning mellan en genetisk och en genealogisk historiesyn och Peter Aronssons typologi över historiekulturens fem grundtroper. Undersökningen har visat att partiledarna ger uttryck för ett flertal olika historiesyner, men främst vad Karlsson kallar för den genealogiska som utgår ifrån att vi kan lära av historien. Löfven har i större utsträckning än Reinfeldt lagt fokus på det egna partiets historia. Partiernas ideologiska skillnader syns till viss del i exemplen från det förflutna som de väljer att använda sig av, men skillnaderna blir mest tydliga i deras tolkning av historien, i den kontext referatet används i och hur man väljer att argumentera med hjälp av det historiska exemplet.

Godkännandedatum 2015-02-02

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Utvecklingen av samverkansregler mellan hälso- och sjukvården och näringslivet : Samverkan och krishantering i fält av legitimitet The development of a common code of ethics between public health care and private industry in Sweden

Andersson, Christoffer 2015 (has links)
Collaboration is a form of organization on the rise in Sweden. For health care, it is ofinterest to collaborate with industry to ensure that needs for specialist education andtraining are met and that products developed meet the relevant requirements.Conversely, industry actors have an interest to have a close collaboration with healthcare in order to gain insight into customer needs, provide information about theirproducts and to test products in development.The starting point of this study is an agreement and regulatory framework for formsof collaboration between public health care in Sweden in general and thepharmaceutical industry, the medical device industry and the laboratory technologyindustry. The research questions concerns how this agreement has evolved and theprocess surrounding its emergence may contribute to knowledge about collaborationas a form of organization and the relationship to concepts such as legitimacy,corruption and institutional theory.By tracking the emergence of the current regulatory framework genealogicalthroughout history, the study uncovers how the agreements have played a role in andcontributed to the legitimization and institutionalization of collaboration practices andhow crises have changed the shape of the practices. A theoretical treatment ofrelevant concepts such as legitimacy, institutionalization of practices, corruption andstigmatization of organizations form the basis for an interpretation and analysis of theprocess.The conclusions of the examination of the historical process that led to the currentagreements contribute to empirical knowledge of how crises and stigma affect thelegitimacy of collaboration practices and how the repair of legitimacy can be donesuccessfully after a crisis. The treatment of the empirical material is also a historicalsource for the development of ethics agreements between public health care andpharmaceutical industry and the medical industry in Sweden.

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