Search for dissertations about: "hierarchization"

Found 2 swedish dissertations containing the word hierarchization.

  1. 1. Heterosexual Havana Ideals and hierarchies of gender and sexuality in contemporary Cuba

    University dissertation from Uppsala : Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, Uppsala University

    Author : Silje Lundgren; Uppsala universitet.; [2011]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; HUMANITIES and RELIGION History and philosophy subjects Ethnology Cultural anthropology; HUMANIORA och RELIGIONSVETENSKAP Historisk-filosofiska ämnen Etnologi Kulturantropologi; Kulturantropologi; Cultural Anthropology; Havana; Vedado; Cuba; heterosexuality; gender; sexuality; eroticism; masculinity; homosociality; hierarchy; hierarchization; ‘cultural level’; sexual politics; sexual education; piropos; reggaetón; body; soap opera; Habana; Vedado; Cuba; heterosexualidad; género; sexualidad; erotismo; masculinidad; homosocialidad; jerarquía; jerarquización; ‘nivel cultural’; política sexual; educación sexual; piropos; reguetón; cuerpo; telenovela;

    Abstract : Drawing on two periods of ethnographic fieldwork in Vedado, Havana, in 2004–2007, this dissertation analyses the interconnections between gender, sexuality, and heterosexuality. With theoretical inspiration from the works of Stevi Jackson and Beverley Skeggs, it discusses how the logics underlying heterosexual relations also regulate hierarchical gendered ideals. READ MORE

  2. 2. The Logics of Healthcare - In Quality Improvement Work

    University dissertation from Göteborgs universitet

    Author : Christian Gadolin; Högskolan i Skövde.; Högskolan i Skövde.; Göteborgs universitet.; Gothenburg University.; [2017]
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Medarbetarskap och organisatorisk resiliens FORE ; Followership and Organizational Resilience; quality improvement; quality improvement work; healthcare organizations; healthcare professionals; institutional logics; institutional work;

    Abstract : Quality improvement (QI) has become a cornerstone in contemporary healthcare organizations with the aim of enabling management that facilitates efficiency and effectiveness, while providing a consistent correlation between health spending and indicators of access to and quality of care. However, despite years of reform which have attempted to change healthcare professionals’ practice, traditional professional modes of working remain relatively stable and entrenched. READ MORE