De konservativa kvinnornas kamp för kvinnlig rösträtt : En undersökning av Moderata kvinnors rösträttsförening under åren 1917-1921

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Karlstads universitet/Fakulteten för humaniora och samhällsvetenskap (from 2013)

Sammanfattning: The main objective of this essay is to seek the answers to three questions: 1) What strategies and methods did Moderata kvinnors rösträttsförening, MKR, use to present their viewpoint on the issue of female voting rights? 2) How were the paradox, with conservatism and radical change, treated in their arguments for their opinion? 3)Why did the conservative female believe they distinguished from other voting struggling females? The purpose is to examine how MKR balanced their ideological fundamental idea and radical change in the female voting struggle during 1917-1921. The sources that’s been useful are the archives of the female voting movements, moderate women suffrage association and Gertrud Törnells text Responsibility. The study is a qualitative study and the text material has been analyzed. The results show that the conservative ladies in MKR had another standing in the struggle of female voting than other voting struggle ladies when it comes to the solutions. The aim was the same but it differed in what way it would happen. The conservative ladies wanted a less radical solution and a longer transition. MKR wanted to educate the women so that they could make reasonable decisions on the political arena. MKR also believed that the question should be taken more seriously if the women had different standings, mixed with a united front. It would make them more credible and politically mature. 

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