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Dedikasjon og deltidsønsker blant politi og sykepleierstudenter
(Universitetsforlaget (Scandinavian University Press), 2017)
Jobber kvinner deltid i noen yrker på grunn av strukturelle forhold som de møter i yrket, eller er kvinnene som søker seg til disse yrkene mindre dedikerte og mer orienterte mot deltidsarbeid? I denne artikkelen undersøker ...
Norwegian police students attitudes towards armament
(Sage Publications, 2015)
Whether the police should routinely carry firearms is an ongoing debate in Norway. Although the police can carry weapons under special circumstances, the normal situation for the police in Norway is to store firearms in ...
Frontline workers’ competency in activation work
Frontline workers play a crucial role in implementing activation policies. Nevertheless, research on the competencies required for activation work is limited. We explored activation competency based on a survey of 1,735 ...
Producing Legalists or Dirty Harrys? Police Education and Field Training
(Taylor & Francis, 2018-04-26)
This paper explores Nordic police students’ attitudes towards non-legalistic police work, based on a cross-national longitudinal survey (N = 1,438). We ask where police recruits in four different Nordic countries are placed ...
Old and new methods in police research
In this paper, I describe widely used methods in Scandinavian police research, discuss strengths and weaknesses and suggest methods for future police research. Thick, in-depth descriptions and closeness to the field are ...
Female attrition from the police profession
Purpose: Do female police recruits drop out of police education and/or leave the profession more often than men, and has this changed over time? Can gender differences be explained by the background characteristics and ...