Mariana Skeel, Bjørn Nielsen, Joakim Bæk & Laurits Sandberg

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


In a world of immigration, political debates are triggered as to which ethical rights a state has to restrict the amount of immigrants it wishes to help. It is by no means a simple matter of course in regards to making a moral distinction between a right or wrong answer, but rather a grey area in which the ethical question relies. Since human beings are in the centre of focus, the ethical question becomes a given, so the attempt to dissect the subject of immigration in the public debate, calls for a research based on the following terms: Which ethical and moral issues are associated with immigration, and how does the immigrants well-being weigh in on the discussion? In order to answer these questions, the inclusion of various sociologists and philosophers in the research seems to be an ideally approach. We will attempt to draw conclusions based on sociology and different perspectives of ethics in order to gain a clear perception of how the role of the immigrant, being a human being, plays in the ethical perspective.

UddannelserBasis - Humanistisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis
Udgivelsesdato28 maj 2015
VejledereFinn Guldmann