Search for dissertations about: "Peo Hansen"

Found 2 swedish dissertations containing the words Peo Hansen.

  1. 1. Europeans only? essays on identity politics and the European Union

    University dissertation from Umeå : Umeå universitet

    Author : Peo Hansen; Umeå universitet.; Linköpings universitet.; [2000]
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; European identity; European Union; European Commission; identity politics; discourse; discourse analysis; immigration; immigrants; ethnic minorities; culture; ethno-culturalism; citizenship; European citizenship; education; exclusion inclusion; neo-liberalism; SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; European Identity; EU; Identity Politics; Discourse Theory Analysis; Immigration; Ethnic Minorities; Ethno-culturalism; EU-citizenship; Exclusion Inclusion; Neoliberalism;

    Abstract : The chief preoccupation of the dissertation revolves around the European Union's project of calling forth a collective sense of "European identity" amongst people in the Union. It focuses specifically on how the European Union's identity politics plays out once the ethnic minorities with immigrant background now living in the Union are brought into view. READ MORE

  2. 2. Humanity Washed Ashore Visual representations of practices, people, and the borders of Europe

    University dissertation from Stockholm : Department of Economic History and International Relations, Stockholm University

    Author : Daniel Silberstein; Stefan Borg; Paulina de los Reyes; Peo Hansen; [2020]
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Visual in security; migration; border control; Frontex; critical border studies; International Relations; internationella relationer;

    Abstract : Over the past decade, Frontex (European Border and Coast Guard Agency) has emerged as a central actor for the European Union’s migration and border policies. This doctoral dissertation examines the role of Frontex in constructing understandings of borders, practices, and people present in these spaces as well as more ambivalent representations of risk, unease, and (in)security. READ MORE