Förekommer populismen i svensk välfärdspolitik?

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för statsvetenskap (ST)

Sammanfattning: Populism, what is that really? Is it like a wave of populism we standing in front of with Donald Trump and Marine Le Pen in its lead? Well, that’s very hard to say. Research have shown that it´s very hard to exactly say anything about what populism is. But, in this study several different research has been put together with four concrete criterions as a result. These four criterions will be useful as a theoretical framework, to analyse four Swedish parties’ participation in two different welfare-debates. Which one of them uses populism? It will also be useful for this study’s second question, if populism is a useful concept of analysing political parties? The method used in this study is text analysis, with the spoken text in the debates in focus. The result shows the complexity of populism as a concept, but also that all the parties, accept one, uses populism in the two debates, more or less.   The conclusion is that populism as a concept is far too big, and far too widespread to analyse in a research of this size, and therefore it´s necessary to cut things of. 

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