Peter Johansson

Peter Johansson
University of Gothenburg | GU · School of Global Studies

PhD in Peace and Development Research

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Purpose The aim of the study is to explore potential value conflicts between information security work and whistleblowing activities by analysing attitudes to whistleblowing among white collar workers in Swedish organisations. Design/methodology/approach The study is conducted using survey data among (n=674) Swedish white-collar workers. Statist...
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The need to protect and manage information securely increases with the availability of information in the society. Technological security solutions have become increasingly better and the attempts from unauthorized individuals to access information are being transferred, from gaps in the technology and software to the week points in the social syst...
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Objective This paper critically reviews the national strategies on e-health development in Sweden during the last decade. The aim is to identify the discourses that drive the development and implementation of eHealth in Sweden, with a particular focus on the rationales behind the government initiated PHR platform HälsaFörMig (HealthForMe), and disc...
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Traditional medicine (TM) and biomedicine represent parallel health systems in many developing countries; the latter dominating in public policies, while the former still retain considerable influence among the general public. This study investigates how mental health care professionals responsible for mental health care implementation comprehend a...
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Sovereignty and self-determination are central features of international relations and international law. The concepts are often depicted as conflicting and incompatible. In addition, the meaning, application and relevance of both concepts continue to form the subject of debate. In practice, they remain important, fiercely protected and centrally p...
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The right to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health is enshrined in many international human rights treaties. However, studies have shown that people with mental disabilities are often marginalized and discriminated against in the fulfillment of their right to health. The aim of this study is to identify and...
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The point of departure for this study is the official recognition by the Swedish government in 1977 of the Sami as an indigenous people. This recognition was typical for its time in an international perspective. The 1970s saw a shift in the global discourse on the status of indigenous people that included recognition as something else than “mere” m...

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