The following report will evolve around the theme of incest and child violation. Our focus will maintain on the allegiance and the relative strength of the offender. The academics of this report will be centered around the psychological theory by John Bowlby combined with Pierre Bourdieus theory of power, and Alexandra Howsons theory regarding violation of the body. The purpose of this report is to examine the allegiance and the relative strength of the offender at violated children on the basis of a theoretical analysis using the underlying case of Katja Heilmann-Nøhr.
Our case consists a interview with Katja published and edited by Jyllands-Posten, and a documentary published and edited by TV2. The empiricism has given an insight into a common theme within these matters; the way offenders infringe and resort to force to get what they want. The analysis shows some across the board set of problems within parenthood, broken attachment pattern, gender roles and relative strengths which is the pivot of the report. This information has provided the essential knowledge about attachment, power- and sexual abuse, and how violations can be comprehended in different ways.
|Uddannelser||Psykologi, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor|
|Vejledere||Kasper Andreas Kristensen|