Search for dissertations about: "secularist"

Found 2 swedish dissertations containing the word secularist.

  1. 1. “Everybody Welcome to France” : Secularism, Governmentality & Fantasy in the French Republic 2003-2011

    University dissertation from Uppsala : Stencilavhandling

    Author : Per-Erik Nilsson; Uppsala universitet.; [2012]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; France; republic; nation; integration; assimilation; nationalism; secularism; secularist; secularization; laïcité; Islam; other; veil; identity; tolerance; freedom of conscience; gender equality; citizenship; critical religion; discourse; discourse analysis; illiberalism; republicanism; Religionshistoria; History of Religions; Statskunskap; Political Science;

    Abstract : What does it mean to be “secular”? How are “secular” identities constructed and negotiated? How can one understand that “secularism” has become an important marker of identity for nationalistic forces in Europe?In the dissertation “Everybody, Welcome to France” the author sets out to inquire into the topic of secularism and national identity in contemporary France. The specific research question is how France has been articulated as a “secular” republic in political speech and legislative text in 2003-2011 and how this articulation relates to conceptions of “nation”, “integration”, and “citizenship”. READ MORE

  2. 2. Religious Education in Contemporary Pluralistic Sweden

    University dissertation from Göteborg : Göteborgs universitet

    Author : Karin Kittelmann Flensner; Högskolan Väst.; [2015]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Religious Education; secularism; spirituality; nationalism; Swedishness; education; ethnography; classroom observation; discourse analysis; Utbildningsvetenskap; Educational science;

    Abstract : In the mandatory, integrative and non-confessional school subject of Religious Education in Sweden, all students are taught together regardless of religious or secular affiliation. The overall aim of this thesis is to explore and analyse how Religious Education (RE) can be socially constructed in the upper secondary school classroom practice in the pluralistic context of contemporary Sweden. READ MORE