Dålig svenska - Inställningar och attityder kring språklig mångfald i Sverige

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Lunds universitet/Mänskliga rättigheter

Sammanfattning: This paper investigates debates regarding mother tongue education. It is a review of the discussions conducted in Swedish media during 2006 compared with similar discuss- ions 2017. The purpose is to expose attitudes regarding linguistic diversity in Sweden and to reflect on how these attitudes relate to human rights and power. The work exa- mines debates regarding mother tongue education in Sweden and focuses on how the concept of language skills is handled in the discussion, which arguments that are pres- ented and how. Quentin Skinner's speech-based theoretical perspective helps methodize the debate articles. In addition, Ruth Rubio-Marine's perspective on language rights is used to illustrate how the views are expressed in the debate and how it can be under- stood in terms of human rights. Using concepts from Pierre Bourdieu's theory, the ana- lysis shows that there is a correlation between the approach to language skills and the understanding of power relations in society.

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