Trans sterilization in Finland - Implications of legal gender recognition discourse in Nordic countries

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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title Trans sterilization in Finland - Implications of legal gender recognition discourse in Nordic countries
Author Kiiskinen, Anna
Date 2019
English abstract
The Finnish legislation on legal gender recognition includes a prerequisite of being infertile. This practice not only differs from the legislation of the other Nordic countries but has also been found to be a violation of articles from human rights conventions. The practice has been found to be incompatible with the picture of Finland as a progressive Nordic country and it indeed creates an inconsistency between the regime of Nordic countries. The aim of the thesis is to analyze this problem from a governmental perspective and to find factors that could explain the difference between these countries. Theories of governmentality and governing gender will be applied in the analysis with the help of discourse analysis. From the perspective of the regime of Nordic countries, it is possible that the legislation in Finland would be developed into the same direction in the following years.
Publisher Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle
Language eng (iso)
Subject Governmentality
legal gender recognition
Nordic countries
bodily integrity
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/28826 Permalink to this page
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