Essays about: "submission"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 58 essays containing the word submission.

  1. 1. Luxury Brands’ Storytelling on Social Media

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen; Uppsala universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Klara Ekebring; Mellqvist Catarina; [2019]
    Keywords : Brand Storytelling; Luxury Brands; Social Media Platforms; Interaction; Luxury Value;

    Abstract : Title: Luxury Brands’ Storytelling on Social Media Date of Submission: 29th of May 2019 Authors: Klara Ekebring, Catarina Mellqvist Supervisor: Leon Caesarius Course: 2FE840, Master Thesis, 30 ECTS Purpose: The purpose of this thesis is to explore how luxury brands are communicating through brand storytelling on social media. Hence, this study is conducted from the perspective of luxury brands with the aim to provide academic and managerial indications of how luxury brands perceive storytelling of luxury value on social media platforms. READ MORE

  2. 2. “Our Bodies Are Territories Of Battle” - Experiences of Power and Resistance and the Role of The Body in The Struggle for Legalization of Abortion in Argentina

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle

    Author : Alice Hansson; [2019]
    Keywords : Abortion; Argentina; Embodiment; Power; Resistance; Women s social movement;

    Abstract : The denial of the access to abortion has been addressed as a human rights issue. This thesis is based on a MFS- study with the aim to investigate women’s experiences of power and resistance in the movement for legalization of abortion in Argentina. READ MORE

  3. 3. RELIGIOUS AMBIVALENCE AND THE PROBLEM OF AGENCY : A Qualitative Study on Cognitive Dissonance among Mormon Feminists

    University essay from Umeå universitet/Sociologiska institutionen

    Author : Kristel Torgrimsson; [2019]
    Keywords : Agency; ambivalence; cognitive dissonance; Mormon feminists; blogging;

    Abstract : The scholarly field of traditionally religious women has during the last decade gone from a so called “paradox-approach” which identifies women’s agency with the capacity of acting autonomously – something most clearly demonstrated through acts of resistance – to a nonparadox approach defining agency as a continuum encompassing both resistance to and compliance with traditionally religious structures. While the latter approach assumes that women’s participation in traditional religions is not necessarily a paradox – mainly because some women value religious submission – this thesis argues that the paradox of women and religion becomes essential when speaking about religious feminism. READ MORE

  4. 4. Bloody Penny Picture Pose : A comparative study on the representation of sexuality and violence within the aesthetics of Victorian Gothic horror

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Modevetenskap

    Author : Julia Bornlöf; [2019]
    Keywords : Victorian; Gothic; horror; female sexuality; feminism; agency; sadomasochism; gender; visual culture; sexual history.;

    Abstract : There is an ongoing fascination with the Victorian era as well as the genre of horror, and the characters originating from the first 18th century Gothic tales still appear in our Western popular culture today. The Victorian Gothic novels contain elements of romanticism and violence which often results in strong undertones of heated sexuality. READ MORE

  5. 5. "Tempering the Gambler's Nirvanna"  : A Review into to the issues and regulation of Third Party Funding in Investment Treaty Arbitration

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Ryan Smith; [2018]
    Keywords : Investment Treaty Arbitration Third Party Funding;

    Abstract : Third party funding (TPF) is a method of financing legal proceedings, in which a party not directly connected to the proceedings funds one of the disputing parties, usually in return for a percentage of the final monetary settlement. The interests behind TPF are that the funded party will have the resources to pursue their claim, while the funder will be able to profit from a percentage of the final settlement. READ MORE