Moderaternas nya migrationspolitik

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

Sammanfattning: The thesis aims to investigate the Swedish Moderate Party in their changed migration policy during 2014-2019 based on Gunnar Sjöblom's theory of arena competition. The main material of the study consists of the party's party- and committee motions on the subject and are analyzed on the basis of a descriptive qualitative idea analysis of ideas and content. The analysis is organised on the basis of an ideology scheme of values, descriptions and rules of action which are based on Tomas Hammar's definition of immigration policy. The motions of the Moderate Party constitute the points of analysis of the study. The results of the text analysis are thus linked through these events to the parliamentary arena and the electoral arena - the theoretical framework of the study. Through an analysis of the motions, the study intends to answer whether it was the global refugee crisis in 2015, or the dissolution of the Alliance in 2017, which formed the basis for the change of the Moderate Party´s migration policy. It is difficult to determine which time, and thus which arena, have had the greatest impact on the party's immigration policy based on the results of the text analysis. The results state however that the most significant change took place during the refugee crisis in 2015 and therefore in the electoral arena.

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