Essays about: "våld"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 85 essays containing the word våld.

  1. 1. RISK, RESPECT & UNSPEAKABLE ACTS : Untangling Intimate-Sexual Consent through 'Intuitive Inquiry' & 'Agential Realism'

    University essay from Karlstads universitet/Centrum för genusforskning (from 2013)

    Author : Frida Storm; [2021]
    Keywords : Doing; Consent; Communication; Intuition; Somatics; Intimacy; Sex; Sexual; Violence; Negotiation; Coercion; Rape; Legislation; Feminism; Neoliberal; Queer; Fanzine; BDSM; Dance; Performance; Sex Work; Responsibilization; Accountability; Diffraction; Entanglement; Autonomy; Agency; Power; Trauma.; Görande; samtycke; consent; kommunikation; intuition; somatik; intimitet; sex; sexuellt; våld; förhandling; tvång; våldtäkt; lagstiftning; feminism; nyliberalism; queer; fanzine; BDSM; dans; uppträdande; sexarbete; responsibilisering; ansvar; diffraction; entanglement; autonomi; agens; makt; trauma.;

    Abstract : In an attempt to address the issues in research and theory on consent, this thesis explores what consent can be seen as "doing" through an 'Intuitive Inquiry' (Anderson 2011a) and 'Agential Realism' (Barad 2007). Various manifestations of consent appears through: the experience of the researcher, consent research and theory, consent legislation, interviews with professionals in intimate-sexual consent, and, feminist fanzines. READ MORE

  2. 2. From Victim to Perpetrator : A Feminist Critical Discourse Analysis of Swedish News Media in the Wake of MeToo

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Sociologiska institutionen

    Author : Beatrice Tylstedt; [2021]
    Keywords : Feminist critical discourse analysis; defamation; MeToo; Feministisk kritisk diskursanalys; förtal; MeToo;

    Abstract : Four years after the Swedish MeToo-movement, ten women who publicly accused men of sexual violence have been convicted of the crime defamation. Framed as realizing questions of truth, sexual violence and the roles victim and perpetrator, the convictions have caused an extensive and polarized debate in Swedish news media. READ MORE

  3. 3. Combating Gender-Based Violence through Education : An interview study with educators in Gauteng, South Africa, about Gender-Based Violence in the Life Orientation curriculum

    University essay from Högskolan Dalarna/Institutionen för hälsa och välfärd

    Author : Nora Andersdotter; Tanya Robbertse; [2021]
    Keywords : education; gender-based violence; gender equality; life orientation curriculum; sustainability;

    Abstract : BackgroundGender-Based Violence (GBV) is a global problem rooted in gender inequality. South Africa has exceptionally high rates of GBV. READ MORE

  4. 4. Dreams of Democracy within Extreme Dystopias : A Study of the Imperium of Man

    University essay from Karlstads universitet/Institutionen för språk, litteratur och interkultur (from 2013)

    Author : Patrick Sundkvist; [2021]
    Keywords : Warhammer: 40000; dystopia; literature; authoritarianism; science-fiction; violence; police; leadership; hierarchy; government; law; punishment; Warhammer: 40000; dystopi; litteratur; auktoritär; science-fiction; våld; polis; ledarskap; hierarki; regering; lag; straff;

    Abstract : The purpose of this essay is to analyse several of the extreme dystopian elements found in the Warhammer: 40000 megatext and reveal how these elements display critique towards authoritarian policies and philosophy. I opted for a close reading of several texts and analysed several characters’ relationship to the galactic empire known as the Imperium of Man and found themes of suppression of thought, self-existential crises and wishes for freedom. READ MORE

  5. 5. Keeping the Promise of International Criminal Justice - prosecuting and adjudicating gender-based mass atrocity crimes in “non-territorial” States

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Juridiska fakulteten; Lunds universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Elin Kaikkonen; [2021]
    Keywords : International criminal law; Gender-based violence; Gender-based crimes; Crimes against humanity; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : Conflict is a breeding ground for gender-based violence. Previous discriminatory structures are reinforced and often result in conflict-related gender-based violence. In complex contexts characterized by religious, ethnic and / or political frictions, the vulnerability of some individuals is exacerbated. READ MORE