Förtryckets ramar i Sverige : En studie av förtryckets och vithetens makt i dagens Sverige och dess verkningar på den institutionella diskrimineringen och rasismen.
Sammanfattning: In 1966 Sweden ratified the international Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination therefore they have undertaken a number of obligations. To this day, however, they have not fully fulfilled those obligations. According to numerous media reports and scientific research, Sweden is still troubled by institutional discrimination and institutional racism. This institutional discrimination and institutional racism develop conditions in which injustice and inequality can thrive. There is nevertheless not much research done on how this can be understood in relation to different forms of oppression and whiteness in Sweden. The purpose and ambition of this study is thus to unravel the institutional discrimination and racism in Sweden today, conclude how it can differ depending on what form of oppression that is manifested, and how the whiteness norms affect the institutional structures. To be able to conclude how oppression and whiteness is manifested today the study applies a descriptive method and determines that the institutional discrimination and institutional racism is still very present. The whiteness and the different forms of oppression continue to operate implicitly and shape the framework that the Swedish society lives within, upholding the conditions in which injustice and inequality can thrive.
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