Essays about: "Legitimacy"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 427 essays containing the word Legitimacy.

  1. 1. The Caliphate and the Aiding Sword : A content analysis of "Islamic State" propaganda

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Religionshistoria

    Author : Gustav Larsson; [2017]
    Keywords : Islamic State; IS; ISIS; ISIL; Caliphate; Propaganda; Violent extremism; Jihad; Takfir; Islamiska Staten; IS; ISIS; ISIL; Kalifat; Propaganda; Våldsbejakande extremism; Jihad; Takfir;

    Abstract : A content analysis of "Islamic State" (IS) propaganda material released around the movement's proclamation of a Caliphate in 2014, this study is an attempt at analysing ways in which presented arguments express a coherent narrative of symbolic meaning. Using Robert Benford & David Snow's ideas on the so-called three core framing tasks as a clarifying template, I discuss ways in which the analysed material argues for the legitimacy and relevance of the IS movement. READ MORE

  2. 2. CSR Communication: a promotional tool or a portrayal of the reality? : An explorative study in the apparel and footwear industry

    University essay from

    Author : Sandra Wildt; [2017]
    Keywords : CSR Communication; Communication Channels CSR; Sustainable Apparel Coalition; Higg Index; CSR Efforts; CSR Performance; Greenwashing;

    Abstract : The fashion industry is a recurring topic in the media, especially regarding the responsibility the fashion companies should take, which has created skepticism from stakeholders. This skepticism is based on that the stakeholders do not know what the companies do concerning corporate social responsibility and the companies communicate CSR with the hope of creating legitimacy on the market. READ MORE

  3. 3. Legitimate legal authority and the obligation to obey : An analysis of Joseph Raz´s arguments on legitimate authority

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Etik

    Author : Emma Molin; [2017]
    Keywords : Philosophy of law; Joseph Raz; Obligation to obey; authority; obedience; compliance; the service conception;

    Abstract : Two central issues in literature discussing legal authority seems to the the questions of what the law has when it has authority and under what conditions the law can be said to have authority. This thesis analyses an answer to these two questions as it has been developed by legal philosopher Joseph Raz. READ MORE

  4. 4. GeoEconomics: Transformation and Recasting of Foreign Policy for Rising India.

    University essay from Högskolan i Halmstad; Högskolan i Halmstad; Högskolan i Halmstad

    Author : Nouman Ahmed Qureshi; Babar Ali Khan; Jomah Abu Saif; [2017]
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    Abstract : This paper focus on India, and base on critical issue geo-governmental issues and geoeconomics aspects and "social" state theories, this paper inspects the way in which ideational and material procedures of state change have formed India's global engagement in various periods. Preceding 1991, geo-political social structures connected to a national development state project moulded India's engagement with worldwide and regional multilateralism and the way of this engagement vacillated by movements in the legitimacy and reasonability of this state extend. READ MORE

  5. 5. Domestic Institutions and Comitment Problems : The impact of domestic institutions on the likelihood that peace succeeds after armed conflict

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för freds- och konfliktforskning

    Author : Samuel Tunfjord; [2017]
    Keywords : commitment problems; domestic institutions; peace agreements; armed conflict;

    Abstract : With a focus on legitimacy, accountability, and protection equality, this thesis aims to investigate the impact of domestic institutions on the likelihood that peace succeeds in the aftermath of armed conflict. The argument is that the presence of such domestic institutions should facilitate the construction of a peaceful post-conflict environment by reducing commitment problems in the peacemaking process. READ MORE