• What are youth sports for? Youth sports parenting in working-class communities 

      Eriksen, Ingunn Marie; Stefansen, Kari (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      This paper explores youth sports parenting in the context of Norway, focusing on the orientations of parents living in predominantly working-class communities, specifically what they believe youth sports are for. Its ...
    • What are “good outcomes” in Public mental health settings? A qualitative exploration of clients’ and therapists’ experiences 

      Moltu, Christian; Stefansen, Jon; Nøtnæs, Jan Christian; Skjølberg, Åse; Veseth, Marius (International Journal of Mental Health Systems;11(1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-01-14)
      Background The mental health field sees a surge of interest in Routine Outcome Monitoring, mandated by a wish to help better those not-on-track to recovery. What constitutes positive outcomes for these patients is not ...
    • What Causes Stock Market Volatility in Pakistan? Evidence from the Field 

      Ghufran, Bushra; Awan, Hayat M.; Khakwani, Aftab; Qureshi, Muhammad Azeem (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      We examined the presence of volatility at the Karachi Stock Exchange (recently changed the name to Pakistan Stock Exchange) (KSE) by fitting Exponential Generalized Autoregressive Conditional Heteroskedasticity (EGARCH) ...
    • What characterises work and workplaces that retain their employees following acquired brain injury? Systematic review 

      Alves, Daniele Evelin; Nilsen, Wendy; Fure, Silje Christine Reistad; Enehaug, Heidi; Howe, Emilie Isager; Løvstad, Marianne; Fink, Louisa; Hadzic-Andelic, Nada; Spjelkavik, Øystein (Occupational and Environmental Medicine;Volume 77, Issue 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-12-14)
      The objective of this study was to conduct a systematic review assessing workplace factors related to work retention (or return to work) in employees with acquired brain injury (ABI). Additionally, we aimed to synthesise ...
    • What determines leverage in Pakistan? A panel data analysis 

      Qureshi, Muhammad Azeem; Imdadullah, Muhammad; Ahsen, Tanveer (African Journal of Business Management;6(3), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      Most of the chemical sector firms in Pakistan have foreign ownership or collaboration with foreign companies. It may be hypothesized that the leverage behavior of such firms is likely to be in line with the results of ...
    • “What do I Share?” Personal and Private Experiences in Educational Psychological Counselling 

      Mjelve, Liv Heidi; Ulleberg, Inger; Vonheim, Kristin (Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-10-16)
      The aim of the study is to explore and develop knowledge about how educational psychological counsellors’ personal and private experiences appear in their counselling practice. We conducted four focus group interviews with ...
    • What do low-vision users really want from smart glasses? Faces, text and perhaps no glasses at all? 

      Sandnes, Frode Eika (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016-07-06)
      Recent advances in low cost wearable computers opens up new possi- bilities for the development of innovative visual aids. A head - mounted display with cameras that capture view s of the physical wor ld, ...
    • What Do Teachers Think They Want? A Comparative Study of In-Service Language Teachers’ Beliefs on LAL Training Needs 

      Vogt, Karin; Tsagari, Dina; Spanoudis, George (Language Assessment Quarterly;Volume 17, 2020 - Issue 4, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-07-20)
      The purpose of the study was to investigate English language teachers’ perceptions of assessment, their language assessment literacy (LAL) levels and their training needs. 113 teachers from Germany and 379 teachers from ...
    • What do we talk about when we talk about the academisation of journalism? 

      Fonn, Birgitte Kjos (Journalistica;Nr. 1 (2019), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Well over a hundred years after the first journalism programmes were established at university level, the so-called academisation of journalism education is still subject to dispute. However, academisation is not one thing ...
    • What does digital journalism studies look like? 

      Steensen, Steen; Larsen, Anna M. Grøndahl; Hågvar, Yngve Benestad; Fonn, Birgitte Kjos (Digital Journalism;Volume 7, 2019 - Issue 3: Defining Digital Journalism (Studies), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-05-08)
      This article analyses the characteristics of digital journalism studies through an empirical investigation of all articles published in the journal Digital Journalism, from its launch in 2013 to issue 6, 2018. The aim of ...
    • What factors can explain gender role attitudes toward division of work between parents - Comparative analysis of 24 European countries 

      Edakina, Maria (Master thesis, 2017)
      This master thesis aims to examine factors that can explain gender role attitudes toward division of paid and unpaid work in couples with preschool children in 24 European countries. These countries differ from each other ...
    • What information did pregnant women want related to risks and benefits attending X-ray examinations? 

      Reitan, Anita; Sanderud, Audun (Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences;volume 52, issue 1, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-01-15)
      Background In connection with X-ray examinations of pregnant patients, good communication of benefit and risk is important to provide adequate patient care. Pregnant women often become concerned about the foetus and are ...
    • What is covered by 'Cancer Rehabilitation' in PubMed? A review of randomized controlled trials 1990-2011 

      Gudbergsson, SB; Dahl, Alv A; Loge, Jon Håvard; Thorsen, Lene; Oldervoll, Line Merethe; Grov, Ellen Karine (Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine;47(2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Objective: This focused review examines randomized controlled studies included by the term “cancer rehabilitation” in PubMed. The research questions concern the type of interventions performed and their methodological ...
    • What is culturally informed psychiatry? 

      Leseth, Anne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      What is culturally informed psychiatry? What does it mean, and why is it important? These questions are discussed with a focus on the cultural aspects of the clinical encounter. The DSM-5 Outline for Cultural Formulation was ...
    • What is Digital Journalism Studies? 

      Steensen, Steen; Westlund, Oscar (Book; Peer reviewed, 2020-07-22)
      What is Digital Journalism Studies? delves into the technologies, platforms, and audience relations that constitute digital journalism studies' central objects of study, outlining its principal theories, the research methods ...
    • What is juridification? 

      Blichner, Lars Chr.; Molander, Anders (;nr. 14, Working paper, 2005-03)
      “Juridification” is an ambiguous term, both descriptively and normatively. The authors distinguish between five dimensions of “juridification”; constitutive juridification, juridification as law’s expansion and differentiation, ...
    • What Is Known About the Impact of Impairments on Information Seeking and Searching? 

      Berget, Gerd; Macfarlane, A. (Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-05-23)
      Information seeking and access are essential for users in all walks of life, from addressing personal needs such as finding flights to locating information needed to complete work tasks. Over the past decade or so, the ...
    • What is Media Innovation? 

      Storsul, Tanja; Krumsvik, Arne H. (Chapter, 2013)
      In order to understand and explain current developments in the media landscape, using the lens of innovation and innovation theory adds value to media research. This chapter gives a theoretical introduction to the concept ...
    • What is Neo-liberalism? Justifications of deregulating financial markets in Norway and Finland 

      Sulkunen, Pekka (Notat;6-2015, Research report, 2015)
      Rapporten dokumenter at dereguleringen av den norske og finske økonomien først og fremst handlet om politikk og politiske prosesser, og i liten grad begrunnet i økonomisk teori. Heller ikke neoliberal filosofi slik vi ...
    • What is Nordic Media Business Research? An analysis of major research outlets 

      Krumsvik, Arne H.; Ots, Mart (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Media business research has been growing rapidly in the Nordic region. In a highly internationalised field of research, is there a line of enquiry that is distinctively Nordic? Based on an analysis of papers and articles ...