Strandskyddet inifrån : Individ, egendom och plats

Detta är en Master-uppsats från Uppsala universitet/Kulturgeografiska institutionen

Sammanfattning: This thesis asks how Swedish shore protection and its effect on usage and ownership of property can be understood from the perspective of individuals’ attachment to place. The theoretical run-down indicates the relevance of a geographical perspective when discussing property. This leads to the use of different categories of place attachments that describe in what ways an individual can connect to a place. Two different methods are used to obtain a relevant material: firstly, interviews are used, allowing a closing in on the individual’s perspective. Then, two different observations are used to partly observe interaction between individuals and partly observe the physical landscape. Through the combination of these methods the thesis identifies some insights on how the Swedish shore protection can be apprehended from an individual standpoint. Interpretation of the result leads to a discussion that is centered around how borders and distances, creation of identity and a time perspective are relevant themes in the thesis. These fields are identified as valuable to both the current and forthcoming discussion of Swedish shore protection in particular, and questions about property and geography in general.

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