Children’s Rights and corporal punishment in Sweden: A content analysis of the 1978 bill against Corporal Punishment

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Children’s Rights and corporal punishment in Sweden: A content analysis of the 1978 bill against Corporal Punishment

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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title Children’s Rights and corporal punishment in Sweden: A content analysis of the 1978 bill against Corporal Punishment
Author Helgesson, Sara
Date 2019
English abstract
This paper (will conduct) a content analysis on the bill put forward by the Swedish government in 1978 that advised for legislation against corporal punishment in Sweden. The analysis will use coding to discover the motives behind the bill what institutions and people that were used as instruments, and which institutions and organisations that were delegated the responsibility to uphold and protect these rights. Additionally, there will be a presentation of the history and background of children’s rights in the “western world” and in Sweden. In the case of Sweden, the social and political structures that exist as a result of the social reforms in the twentieth century will also be presented. Furthermore, social democratic, liberal, and feminist theory will be used in the study of the bill to uncover the limitations that the legislation holds on children’s rights in Sweden.
Publisher Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle
Language eng (iso)
Subject children's rights
bill
legislation
corporal punishment
responsibility
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/28821 Permalink to this page
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