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Trust and Power in the Space Between Visibility and Invisibility. Exploring Digital and Social Media Practices in Norwegian Child Welfare Services (European Journal of Social Work;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-07-22)In this article, we explore how caseworkers in the Norwegian Child Welfare Services and their clients use digital and social media in information sharing. By applying Foucault’s description of Bentham’s Panopticon as an ...
(Brain;Volume 145, Issue 3, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-11-11)Chronic pain is often present at more than one anatomical location, leading to chronic overlapping pain conditions (COPC). Whether COPC represents a distinct pathophysiology from the occurrence of pain at only one site is ...
Mental illness stigma and employer evaluation in hiring: Stereotypes, discrimination and the role of experience (Sociology of Health and Illness;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-09-14)Mental illness stigma can constitute a significant barrier to entering employment. Drawing on 20 interviews with Norwegian employers, this article investigates how mental illness stigma affects employer evaluation of ...
A systemic approach to root causes of food waste: Undertittel and what design can add to food and health education (MAPD;2022, Master thesis, 2022)This thesis is written as part of the Master’s program in Product Design at Oslo Metropolitan University in spring 2022. The thesis investigates the households behaviours towards food waste of edible food. As it takes a ...
Conceptualising service integration for inclusive activation: Exploring transferal and translation of models from health care (International Journal of Social Welfare;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-05-12)Conceptual frameworks are important for advancing systematic understanding in a field of research. Many conceptual models have been developed to study service integration, but few have addressed activation. Based on an ...