Essays about: "egenmakt"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 15 essays containing the word egenmakt.

  1. 1. Gender roles in households : A case study on gender roles in households in northern Tanzania

    University essay from Jönköping University/HLK, Sustainable Societies (SUS)

    Author : Ottilia Lundh; [2022]
    Keywords : Case study; gender roles; Tarime; northern Tanzania; gender inequality; gender perspectives; Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem Project SEMA ; sustainable livelihoods; oppression; physical violence; female genital multination; household activities; education; gender equality.; Fallstudie; könsroller; Tarime; norra Tanzania; ojämlikhet mellan könen; genusperspektiv; Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem Project SEMA ; hållbar försörjning; förtryck; fysiskt våld; kvinnlig könsstympning; hushållsaktiviteter; utbildning; jämställdhet;

    Abstract : This case study investigates perspectives and changes in gender roles in household activities from a gender (in)equality context in Tarime, northern Tanzania. The participants in this study part-took in a previous project called the Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem Project (SEMA) which aimed to integrate gender perspectives and sustainable livelihoods in rural parts of Tarime. READ MORE

  2. 2. Self-branding on elite level : How female athletes use social media for empowerment

    University essay from KTH/Skolan för elektroteknik och datavetenskap (EECS)

    Author : Stephanie Wiebach; [2022]
    Keywords : social media; feminism; empowerment; sports; athletes; self-branding; media; economics; management; ethics; digital marketing; internet; diversity; society; female athletes; new media; strategy; sociala medier; feminism; egenmakt; idrott; atlet; self-branding; media; ekonomi; hantering; etik; digital marknadsförare; internet; mångfald; samhälle; kvinnliga idrottare; nya medier; strategi;

    Abstract : Professional athletes use social media for many different purposes. That includes sharing personal lives, sport achievements as well as endorsements and branding activities with sponsors. READ MORE

  3. 3. Integrating feminist foreign policy and climate resilient development : Case study of socio-cultural configurations in Liberia

    University essay from KTH/Lärande

    Author : Martin Demmelmaier; [2022]
    Keywords : Socio-cultural configurations; Climate resilient development; Feminist foreign policy; Ethnography; Liberia; Informal settlements; Socio-economic disadvantaged communities; Embassy of Sweden; Climate adaptation; Marginalization; Social justice; Ecological masculinities; Environmental feminism; Gender as a social construction; Transforming masculinity norms; State-citizen relations; Female empowerment strategies; Land-ownership; Religious leaders; Sociokulturella konfigurationer; Klimatresilient utveckling; Feministisk utrikespolitik; Etnografi; Liberia; Informella bosättningar; Socioekonomiskt utsatta områden; Svenska ambassaden; Klimatadaptering; Marginalisering; Social rättvisa; Ekologiska maskuliniteter; Miljöinriktad feminism; Kön som en social konstruktion; Förändra maskulinitetsnormer; Stat-medborgare relationer; Strategier för kvinnlig egenmakt; Markägande; Religiösa ledare;

    Abstract : This thesis addresses the socio-cultural configurations in Liberia in relation to climate resilient development and feminist foreign policy carried out by the Embassy of Sweden in Monrovia. It builds on the intention to explore potential points of integration between the feminist foreign policy with the construction of climate adaptation capacity. READ MORE

  4. 4. Tibetan Women’s Empowerment Policy : Perspectives on Creating Equal Opportunities in Healthcare as Tibetan Healthcare Workers in Exile

    University essay from Högskolan Väst/Institutionen för hälsovetenskap

    Author : Jessika Johansson; [2022]
    Keywords : Female empowerment; female leadership; equal opportunity; Tibetans in exile; Kvinnors egenmakt; kvinnligt ledarskap; lika möjligheter; tibetaner i exil;

    Abstract : Background: In Tibet, as well as in their exile community in India, there is a widespread issue of female oppression and gender inequality within healthcare. Few studies explore the progressive work of organizations fighting these issues, which can contribute to a retrogression of discrimination awareness. READ MORE

  5. 5. Development Initiatives’ Impact on Women’s Empowerment : A Field Study on a Business Training and Microcredit Program in Kenya

    University essay from KTH/Industriell ekonomi och organisation (Inst.)

    Author : Josefin Grafford; Josefin Hansson; [2020]
    Keywords : Women’s empowerment; Development; Development initiatives; Poverty alleviation; Microcredit; Business training; Self-help groups; Gender inequality; Feminist theory; Kenya; Kvinnors egenmakt; Utveckling; Utvecklingsinitiativ; Fattigdomsbekämpning; Mikrokredit; Entreprenörskapsutbildning; Självhjälpsgrupper; Ojämställdhet; Feministisk teori; Kenya;

    Abstract : The primary goal of development organizations is poverty reduction, but their initiatives have in recent years also been recognized as a potential tool in empowering women and raising their status. Previous knowledge on the topic is largely based in an understanding of empowerment that seems to miss or overlook limitations and impacts of initiatives which authors with a more feminist view on empowerment address. READ MORE