Essays about: "trans"

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  1. 1. Won't Somebody Think of the Children-A Critical Analysis of the Swedish National Guidelines for Treatment of Young People with Gender Dysphoria

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för kulturvetenskaper

    Author : Daniel Milve; [2022-02-15]
    Keywords : non-binary; trans; health care; policy; youth;

    Abstract : This thesis critically analyses Sweden’s National Guidelines for Treatment of Young People with Gender Dysphoria, with the aim of providing recommendations for amending the guidelines to provide better access to gender affirming treatment for young non-binary people. Using Critical Discourse Analysis, supplemented with a group dialogue with three non-binary persons, the National Guidelines are analysed through the theoretical lens of performativity, Dean Spade’s theories on the population-management mode of power, and critical age studies. READ MORE

  2. 2. osimetric impact of system spe cific geometric distortion on head and neck treatment plans in MRI only based radiation therapy

    University essay from

    Author : Jesper Brovall; [2022-01-13]
    Keywords : Medical physics; Dosimetry; MRI; Radiation therapy;

    Abstract : Background/ purpose: Because of the superior soft tissue contrast, in comparison with computed tomography (CT) data, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is of high interest to include in a larger extent in the ra diation therapy (RT) process. In an MRI only workflow, the CT scan is excluded and a synthetic CT is used for treatment plan ning. READ MORE

  3. 3. Transgender and gender-diverse youth caught in the intersection of policy making, politics, gender-affirming care, and feminist discourse

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Institutionen för globala politiska studier (GPS)

    Author : Julia Hagstedt; [2022]
    Keywords : Transgender youth; policy making; feminism; UK; Sweden;

    Abstract : This thesis explores how presuppositions and assumptions can affect policy making, by investigating if anti-trans and 'gender critical' rhetoric may have affected the now reversed NHS policy ‘Amendments to service specification for gender identity development service for children and adolescents’ which directly influenced the still in use Karolinska University Hospital policy, ‘Policyförändring gällande hormonell behandling till minderåriga patienter med könsdysfori inom Tema Barn’. By using the Foucauldian inspired poststructural WPR policy analysis method by Bacchi and Goodwin, it was uncovered that the underlying assumptions and presuppositions of the hegemonic ‘truths’ the representation of the problem relied on, assumed dominance through an increase of anti-transgender and anti-gender-diverse rhetoric in political and public debates, and in media. READ MORE

  4. 4. Behov och inställning till ett gränsöverskridande skyddsområde för fjällräv i Sverige, Norge och Finland

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Forest Ecology and Management

    Author : Erik Näsmark; Erik Strand; [2022]
    Keywords : fjällräv; Vulpes lagopus; skyddsområden; gränsöverskridande; Treriksröset;

    Abstract : The arctic fox has been threatened by extinction in Fennoscandia since the beginning of 1900s. Even though it has been protected in Sweden, Norway and Finland for almost a century, it has not recovered and is still classified as threatened. READ MORE

  5. 5. Playing the game of law and healthcare – Non-binary people's access to and experiences of trans-specific healthcare in Finland

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Rättssociologiska institutionen

    Author : Emma Liimatta; [2022]
    Keywords : non-binary; trans; gender reaffirmation; trans-specific healthcare; legal gender recognition; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : For non-binary people the law is not securing trans-specific healthcare in Finland. The current regulation is built on understanding of gender as binary and according to the Act on Legal Recognition of the Gender of Transsexuals (563/2002) a person can be confirmed to belong to the “opposite gender” if she/he fulfils the preconditions. READ MORE