Search for dissertations about: "Malmö Universitet"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 638 swedish dissertations containing the words Malmö Universitet.

  1. 1. On the Clinical Outcome of Different Single Implant Treatment Modalities

    Author : Björn Gjelvold; Umeå universitet Molin Thorén; Malmö universitet; []

    Abstract : Today there are several treatment techniques available to replace a missing tooth. Since the beginning of the 1990s, it has become increasingly common to treat individual tooth loss with dental implants. Important patient factors are survival, success, functionality, aesthetics, oral health and quality of life. READ MORE

  2. 2. The state of tenancy : Rental housing and municipal statecraft in Malmö, Sweden

    Author : Jennie Gustafsson; Peter Schmitt; Eva K. Andersson; Brett Christophers; Tuna Tasan-Kok; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; rental housing; public housing; private rental housing; inequality; financialization; urban governance; local state; state theory; renovations; renovictions; privatization; urban planning; housing politics; regulation approach; Rosengård; Malmö; allmännyttan; privat hyresrätt; stadsplanering; nyliberalism; finansialisering; kommun; renovering; privatisering; bostadspolitik; Herrgården; Rosengård; Malmö; geografi med kulturgeografisk inriktning; Geography with Emphasis on Human Geography; Urbana studier;

    Abstract : Rental housing tenants in Sweden and Europe are increasingly seeing their homes subsumed to market pressures. This thesis provides empirical and conceptual insights into the processes by which market and financial practices and logics shape the housing sector, through a critical analysis of rental housing in Malmö, Sweden. READ MORE

  3. 3. Solidarity in Diversity : Activism as a Pathway of Migrant Emplacement in Malmö

    Author : Christina Hansen; Bridget Anderson; Malmö universitet; []
    Keywords : Activism; Solidarity; Pro-asylum; Migrant emplacement; Gentrification; Malmö; Möllevången;

    Abstract : Written at the intersection of migration studies, urban studies, and research on activism, this thesis contributes to the exploration of solidarities born on the ground in an urban context marked by immigration and economic restructuring. Based on ethnographic material collected 2013­–2016 in Malmö, Sweden, it examines alliances and friendships generated across social, cultural, ethnic, and legal divides through a particular political practice—activism as carried out by the extra-parliamentarian left. READ MORE

  4. 4. Translating Neoliberalism : The European Social Fund and the Governing of Unemployment and Social Exclusion in Malmö, Sweden

    Author : Malin Mc Glinn; Malin Rönnblom; Malmö universitet; []
    Keywords : The European Social Fund; Malmö; Sweden; Neoliberalism; Translation; Governmentality;

    Abstract : This thesis is concerned with how the governing of unemployment and social exclusion is accomplished through labor market projects that are initiated, tailored, and co- financed by the European Social Fund. The aim is to map and problematize how such projects, as examples of neoliberal programs of government that promote social cohesion and combat unemployment amongst identified “ethnic others,” become operational and legitimized in the Swedish context through multiple acts of translation. READ MORE

  5. 5. Living in the calm and safe part of the city : The socio-spatial reproduction of upper-middle class neighbourhoods in Malmö

    Author : Ann Rodenstedt; Irene Molina; Brett Christophers; Rowland Atkinson; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Self-segregation; gated communities; security; upper-middle class; neoliberalisation; post-industrialism; housing; lifestyle; status; exclusivity; exclusion; community; neighbourhood choice; stigmatisation; spatial representations; socio-spatial reproduction; avoidance behaviours; Malmö; Victoria Park; Bellevue; Sweden; Social and Economic Geography; Kulturgeografi;

    Abstract : When residential segregation is mentioned in news coverage and when it is talked about in everyday discourse in Sweden, it is very often associated with immigration and minority groups living in the poorer areas of the city. A common assumption is that “immigrants” actively withdraw from society and that they choose to live together rather than integrating with the majority population. READ MORE