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Karl Dahlstrand

Karl Dahlstrand

Senior lecturer

Karl Dahlstrand

Identification of Good Practice in Youth Media Protection: an International Comparison. Country report: Sweden.

Author

  • Karl Dahlstrand

Summary, in English

Hans Bredow Institute for Media Research at the University of Hamburg is currently conducting a study on behalf of the Swiss Government (Swiss Federal Social Insurance Office, BSV) to identify good practice approaches regarding the protection of minors in the field of media. During the project, we will analyse current policy and regulation practices in 12 countries (Netherlands, Poland, Denmark, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Austria, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, Slovenia and Norway. Moreover, the present system of Switzerland will be included in the comparative analysis). Scope of the country experts will be to write a concise description on the countrie’s regulation of protection of minors following a given structure (regulatory approach, institutional setting, accompanying measures. This is the country report from Sweden, writen by Karl Dahlstrand (Lund University).

Department/s

  • Department of Sociology of Law

Publishing year

2013

Language

English

Document type

Report

Publisher

[Publisher information missing]

Topic

  • Law and Society

Keywords

  • cybernorms
  • media research
  • sociology of law
  • youth media protection

Status

Published

Project

  • Identification of Good Practice in Youth Media Protection: an International Comparison

Research group

  • Cybernorms