Recent Submissions

  • Can research integrity prevail in the market? Lessons from commissioned research organizations 

    Vie, Knut Jørgen (Accountability in Research;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-06-09)
    Competition and exposure to market forces can make it difficult for researchers to conduct their work with integrity. Some research organizations must acquire most of their funding through commissioned research, providing ...
  • Hjemmetjenester eller institusjonsomsorg? Et forvaltningskommunalt dilemma i norsk eldreomsorg 

    Gautun, Heidi; Sørvoll, Jardar (Tidsskrift for velferdsforskning;volume 24, issue 3, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-06-16)
    I artikkelen diskuteres i hvilken grad kommunene følger opp det statlige styringssignalet om å bygge ut hjemme- tjenestene for å legge til rette for at eldre kan bo lenger i eget hjem. Videre drøftes hvordan kommunene ...
  • Post-incident Reviews after Restraints, – Potential and Pitfalls. Patients' experiences and considerations 

    Hammervold, Unn Elisabeth; Norvoll, Reidun; Sagvaag, Hildegunn (Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-06-01)
    Introduction: Post-incident reviews (PIRs), including patients, nurses and other care providers, following incidents of restraints are recommended in mental health ser- vices. Few studies have examined patients’ experiences ...
  • Exploring city climate leadership in theory and practice: responding to the polycentric challenge 

    Hofstad, Hege; Vedeld, Trond (Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-02-05)
    This article has a twofold aim inspired by observed gaps in urban climate governance theory and practice. First, it explores city leadership strategies of securing a closer correspondence between climate policy goals and ...
  • Cohort Profile: The Norwegian Life Course, Ageing and Generation Study (NorLAG) 

    Veenstra, Marijke; Herlofson, Katharina; Aartsen, Marja; Hansen, Thomas; Hellevik, Tale; Henriksen, Gry; Løset, Gøril Kvamme; Vangen, Hanna (International Journal of Epidemiology;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-01-26)
    The Norwegian Life Course, Ageing and Generation Study (NorLAG) was set up to gain new and updated knowledge on ageing and age-related changes in Norway. The nationwide, population-based study includes information on core ...
  • Global Public Perceptions of Genomic Data Sharing: What Shapes the Willingness to Donate DNA and Health Data? 

    Middleton, Anna; Milne, Richard; Almarri, Mohamed A.; Anwer, Shamim; Atutornu, Jerome; Baranova, Elena E.; Bevan, Paul; Cerezo, Maria; Cong, Yali; Critchley, Christine; Fernow, Josepine; Goodhand, Peter; Hasan, Qurratulain; Hibino, Aiko; Houeland, Gry; Howard, H. C.; Hussain, S. Zakir; Malmgren, Charlotta Ingvoldstad; Izhevskaya, Vera L.; Jędrzejak, Aleksandra; Jinhong, Cao; Kimura, Megumi; Kleiderman, Erika; Leach, Brandi; Liu, Keying; Mascalzoni, Deborah; Mendes, Álvaro; Minari, Jusaku; Wang, Nan; Nicol, Dianne; Niemiec, Emilia; Patch, Christine; Pollard, Jack; Prainsack, Barbara; Rivière, Marie; Robarts, Lauren; Roberts, Jonathan; Romano, Virginia; Sheerah, Haytham A.; Smith, James; Soulier, Alexandra; Steed, Claire; Stefansdottir, Vigdis; Tandre, Cornelia; Thorogood, Adrian; Voigt, Torsten H.; West, Anne V.; Yoshizawa, Go; Morley, Katherine I. (American Journal of Human Genetics;volume 107, issue 4, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-10-01)
    Analyzing genomic data across populations is central to understanding the role of genetic factors in health and disease. Successful data sharing relies on public support, which requires attention to whether people around ...
  • The role of goal-setting in urban climate governance 

    Hofstad, Hege; Millstein, Marianne; Tønnesen, Anders; Vedeld, Trond; Hansen, Karsten Bruun (Earth System Governance;volume 7, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-12-11)
    This article argues that goal-setting is an important, albeit understudied, part of urban climate governance scholarship. By using goal-setting theory, the article introduces concepts and perspectives capable of shedding ...
  • “We didn't get much schooling because we were fishing all the time”: Potential impacts of irregular school attendance on the spread of epidemics 

    Dimka, Jessica; Sattenspiel, Lisa (American Journal of Human Biology;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-02-17)
    Objectives: Especially in traditional, rural, and low-income areas, children attend school irregularly. School-based interventions are common mitigation strategies for infectious disease epidemics, but if daily attendance ...
  • Social Class, Union Strategies, and Preference in Wage Outcomes in Norway 

    Bergene, Ann Cecilie; Drange, Ida (Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-04-30)
    This article explores a potential socialization effect of unions on member preferences in wage out- comes and bargaining structures.This challenges notions of union wage policies simply reflecting the material self-interest ...
  • Learning from the COVID-19 pandemic among migrants: An innovative, system-level, interdisciplinary approach is needed to improve public health 

    Diaz Perez, Esperanza; Mamelund, Svenn-Erik; Eid, Jarle; Aasen, Henriette Sinding; Kaarbøe, Oddvar Martin; Cox, Rebecca Jane; Gloppen, Siri; Beyer, Anders; Kumar, Bernadette. N (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are amplified among socially vulnerable groups, including international migrants, in terms of both disease transmission and outcomes and the consequences of mitigation measures. Migrants ...
  • Varieties of Social Democracy and Cooperativism: Explaining the Historical Divergence between Housing Regimes in Nordic and German-Speaking Countries 

    Kohl, Sebastian; Sørvoll, Jardar (Social Science History;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05-24)
    The historical-comparative study of social democracy and cooperative organization are the foster children of historical sociology. This article offers a first account of systematic ideological differences in social-democratic ...
  • Detecting Imbalances in House Prices: What Goes Up Must Come Down? 

    Anundsen, André Kallåk (The Scandinavian Journal of Economics;Volume 121, Issue 4, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-03-07)
    I suggest a toolkit of four bubble-detection methods that can be used to monitor house price developments. These methods are applied to US, Finnish and Norwegian data. For the US, all measures unanimously suggest a bubble ...
  • Does Participatory Planning Promise Too Much? Global Discourses and the Glass Ceiling of Participation in Urban Malawi 

    Refstie, Hilde; Millstein, Marianne (Planning Theory & Practice;Volume 20, 2019 - Issue 2, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-04-29)
    This article discusses how global ideas on co-production and citizenship built from below are translated into community mobilization and participatory planning practices in urban Malawi. It shows how limited national and ...
  • Moving Consumers along the Innovation Adoption Curve: A New Approach to Accelerate the Shift toward a More Sustainable Diet 

    Gonera, Antje; Svanes, Erik; Bugge, Annechen Bahr; Hatlebakk, Malin Myrseth; Prexl, Katja-Maria; Ueland, Øydis (Sustainability;Volume 13 / Issue 8, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-04-16)
    Unsustainable food production and consumption contribute to greenhouse gas emissions and global warming. Adopting a more plant-based diet has been identified as a necessary change toward a more sustainable food system. In ...
  • The continued importance of family sport culture for sport participation during the teenage years 

    Strandbu, Åse; Bakken, Anders; Stefansen, Kari (Sport, Education and Society;volume 25, issue 8, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-10-12)
    Growing up in a family with an affinity for sports increases the likelihood of participating in club-organised sports. Few studies to date have addressed whether the importance of family sport culture is stable or changes ...
  • Images of Place, Secularity and Gentrification: On Urban Religious Belonging in an Inner City Neighbourhood in Oslo 

    Thorstensen, Erik; Hagen, Aina Landsverk; Brattbakk, Ingar (Ubiquity Press;volume 10, issue 1, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03-25)
    Through extensive fieldwork conducted in an inner city neighbourhood in Oslo, Norway, the authors found that a variation of actors and settings evoked different religious and secular images of place. In what ways is the ...
  • Digital coping: How frontline workers cope with digital service encounters 

    Breit, Eric Martin Alexander; Egeland, Cathrine; Løberg, Ida Bring; Røhnebæk, Maria (Social Policy & Administration;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-11-06)
    This article addresses how frontline workers cope when dealing with digitally mediated service encounters. It draws on a qualitative study of frontline workers’ experiences in an increasingly digitalised work environment ...
  • Sosial ulikhet i barn og unges deltakelse i organiserte fritidsaktiviteter 

    Jacobsen, Sigurd Eid; Andersen, Patrick Lie; Nordø, Åsta Dyrnes; Sletten, Mira Aaboen; Arnesen, Daniel (Rapport fra Senter for forskning på sivilsamfunn og frivillig sektor;, Research report, 2021)
    Deltakelse i organiserte fritidsaktiviteter er for barn og ungdom en viktig kilde til fellesskap, identitet og mestring. Det er imidlertid grunn til å tro at sosioøkonomiske forskjeller fortsetter å gjøre seg gjeldende i ...
  • Consumer practices and prevalence of Campylobacter, Salmonella and norovirus in kitchens from six European countries 

    Møretrø, Trond; Nguyen-The, Christophe; Didier, Pierrine; Maître, Isabelle; Izsó, Tekla; Kasza, Gyula; Skuland, Silje Elisabeth; Cardoso, Maria Joao; Ferreira, Vânia B.; Teixeira, Paula; Borda, Daniela; Dumitrascu, Loredana; Neagu, Corina; Nicolau, Anca Ioana; Anfruns-Estrada, Eduard; Foden, Mike; Voysey, Phil; Langsrud, Solveig (International journal of food microbiology;volume 347, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03-26)
    About 40% of foodborne infections are acquired in the home. The aim of the present study was to track contamination of pathogens during domestic food preparation and link the contamination to preparation practices. Research ...
  • Polycentric urban climate governance: Creating synergies between integrative and interactive governance in Oslo 

    Vedeld, Trond; Hofstad, Hege; Hilde, Solli; Gro Sandkjær, Hanssen (Environmental Policy and Governance;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03-08)
    Abstract Cities have emerged as important agents and sites in climate governance interventions, experimentations and networks. Drawing upon two strains of climate governance and collaborative governance literature, ...

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