Hedersrelaterat våld och förtryck i ett intersektionellt perspektiv : En kvalitativ textanalys av den svenska regeringens arbete mot hedersrelaterad brottslighet 2014-2020
Sammanfattning: This thesis examines the Swedish government’s politics that aim to counteract honor related violence and oppression. The study uses a qualitative text analysis to interpret how the concept of honor related crimes is represented in two government documents. Moreover, the thesis applies an intersectional perspective on the analysis, in order to examine whether the Swedish government considers multiple power structures in their representation of the problem with honor related violence and oppression. Also, the study investigates which individuals or groups that, explicitly or implicitly, are assumed to be included in the government’s representation of the issue. The result of the analysis shows that honor related crimes are represented to be caused by strong patriarchal and heteronormative values. Consequently, girls and young women and LGBT people are assumed to be particularly vulnerable groups. Furthermore, the interpretation of the documents implicitly suggests that honor related violence and oppression mainly is represented to be a problem for people with other ethnic background. Finally, the analysis shows some intersectional awareness in the representation of honor related crimes, although less so in the suggested measures.
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