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Semestern - en ytterst ideologisk fråga! En hermeneutisk studie av riksdagsdebatten 1938 som föranledde semesterlagstiftningen
Jönköping University, School of Education and Communication.
2015 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesisAlternative title
'Holiday' - a highly ideological question! A hermeneutic study of the debate in the Swedish parliament that took place during the legislation of the Compulsory Holidays Act of 1938 (English)
Abstract [sv]

Jag har i detta examensarbete i historia C ett hermeneutiskt perspektiv där jag analyserat och tolkat denriksdagsdebatt 1938 som behandlade ämnet semesterlag. Jag har tagit reda på vilka ideologiskaargument som används från de respektive representanterna inom partierna. Jag har även jämfört dettamed en nutida kartläggning av rådande partikultur. Med en hermeneutisk metod, har jag gjort eninnehållslig idéanalys med hjälp av Thomsons argumentationsanalytiska redskap för att få fram deideologiska strömningar som fanns i riksdagsdebatten. Min teoretiska referensram är enförhållningspunkt till denna tolkning och jag har dessutom redogjort för partiernas nutida partikulturoch hur den debatt som rådde 1938 står i relation till denna. I resultatet redogör jag för det som jagkommit fram till. Trots att det har gått snart 80 år så ligger den manifesterande ideologin ochpartikulturen otroligt nära den som idag manifesteras enligt den avhandling jag haft till grund för dedelarna. Därefter kommer en avslutande diskussion och besvarande av frågeställningen där jag svararpå hur detta kan förklaras och förtydligar vad man kan avläsa utifrån riksdagsdebatten.

Abstract [en]

In this Bachelor thesis in History I have used a hermeneutic perspective to analyse and interpret the parliamentary debate that took place in 1938 regarding the question of the Compulsory Holidays Act. I’ve mapped the different ideological positions of the representatives of the parliamentary debate regarding the legislation where the Compulsory Holidays Act was confirmed in law.

My survey also compare these ideological manifestations with a modern survey of the political cultures within the Swedish Parliament today.I have, with a hermeneutic method and using Thomson's analytical tools for argumentation, mapped the ideological manifestations made by the representatives in the parliament during the debate. My theoretical frame of reference is to be viewed as 'rules of conduct' to the interpretations and I have also described the parties' contemporary culture and how it stands against the debate that took place in 1938.In my result I present what I have surveyed. Even though 80 years have passed since the legislation was enacted, the political ideological manifestations of the different parties are close to those of contemporary party culture.

The thesis is concluded by my conclusions of the result, where I discuss how it can be explained and I elucidate what can be read through the parliamentary debate.

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2015. , 34 p.
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History
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URN: urn:nbn:se:hj:diva-27726ISRN: JU-HLK-HIA-2-20150006OAI: oai:DiVA.org:hj-27726DiVA: diva2:847051
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HLK, History
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Available from: 2015-08-27 Created: 2015-08-19 Last updated: 2015-08-27Bibliographically approved

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