Feministiska utopier eller neoliberala visioner i Finlands försök med basinkomst?

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Lunds universitet/Genusvetenskapliga institutionen

Sammanfattning: In this paper, I study the legal works behind the two-year experiment with basic income in Finland from the first of January 2017. With a neo-Marxists feministic theoretical framework based on the work of the political scientist Kathi Weeks and the concept postwork politics; I aim to see if the experiment with basic income in Finland could be a part of a larger feministic project. By using the new class term the precariat by Guy Standing, I seek to see if basic income in Finland could be an answer to the growing of the class. Through qualitative content analysis and critical discourse analysis, I study the arguments and discourses in the documents that led to the law upon which the basic income experiment in Finland relies. Through the analysis, I discover how the arguments in the legal documents are a part of a neoliberal political regime. The discourses found in the texts promotes an increasing in the employment for low-payed and unsecure work of the already marginalized group: the precariat. The basic income experiment in Finland is not representing the feministic utopian idea of basic income as a part of the feministic postwork politics.

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