Richard Jenkins Theory

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The theories that is applied in the project categorization and self-identification is Richard Jenkins theory about social identity, which is will be used as tool to analyse, and give a subjective understanding of identities through categorization and self-identification and the second theory by
Rom Harré, Bronwyn Davies and Luk van Langenhove is applied in order to examine how identity are negotiated as a process. These theories are relevant for this project, in order to achieve and in depth understanding of social identity regarding second-generation immigrants, and how they feel excluded in the Danish society.
The project has however analyzed ethnicities among young boys as their main focus, whereas this project has it focus on immigrant’s
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The theories that is applied in the project ethic groups among young is similar to the other project categorization and self-identification. The project is also making use of Richard
Jenkins theory ethnic identity as it is written in one of Jenkins article; Rethinking Etnicity: identity, categorisation and power”. And Rom Harré and Bronwyn Davies theory about Rom Harré and
Bronwyn Davies theory about positioning, and social constructivism.
Hence it would be relevant for this project to apply Richard Jenkins and And Rom Harré and
Bronwyn Davies theory as the main topic is the same, but analyzing different concept and approaches, in order to achieve the projects main goal. The reliability in the two projects is basically the same as they are making use of same theories. Richard Jenkins is professor of sociology and is head of department within the department of sociological studies at Sheffield
University. Rom Harré, is University lecturer in philosophy of science at Oxford and research professor in the department of psychology in Georgetown University. Bronwyn Davis is writer and an independent scholar in Sydney and professorial fellow at Melbourne University. Luk van
Langenhove is director in United Nations University as comparative regional integration
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Furthermore, this section will elaborate on how the empirical data is relevant during the investigation, such as the legal framework, and other relevant sources/texts, which could be relevant for addressing the research question. The qualitative sources this paper will apply, will be discussed, and used in order to achieve a cohesive understanding of our problem area. As this paper investigates in the national identity policies in regards to social identity, this paper will take a qualitative inductive approach, as the paper is going to be analyzing in – Depth interviews in order to gather exploratory and descriptive data from individuals lived experiences. This project is going to apply in depth interviews in order to focus on a particular issue and gain information from individuals. In order to confirm that this project is applying an inductive qualitative approach, the researchers behind this investigation have selected a research topic and formed a research question. The in depth interviews this project is going to analyze is going to be an open-ended interview, as the researchers would like to have different perspectives on the topic, and let the respondent talk from experience, therefore instead of structuring a whole set of consistent
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