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  • Cascading Crises: Society in the Age of COVID-19 

    Robinson, Laura; Schulz, Jeremy; Ball, Christopher; Chiaraluce, Cara; Dodel, Matías; Francis, Jessica; Huang, Kuo-Ting; Johnston, Elisha; Khilnani, Aneka; Kleinmann, Oliver; Kwon, K. Hazel; McClain, Noah; Ng, Yee Man Margaret; Pait, Heloisa; Ragnedda, Massimo; Reisdorf, Bianca C.; Ruiu, Maria Laura; Xavier da Silva, Cinthia; Trammel, Juliana Maria; Wiborg, Øyvind; Williams, Apryl A. (American Behavioral Scientist;Volume: 65, issue: 12, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-04-13)
    The tsunami of change triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed society in a series of cascading crises. Unlike disasters that are more temporarily and spatially bounded, the pandemic has continued to expand across ...
  • The knowing body and a body of knowledge: an ethnographic study of professional knowledge in use in clinical nursing 

    Ihlebæk, Hanna Marie (OsloMet Avhandling 2022;Nr 2, Doctoral thesis; Peer reviewed, 2022)
    This thesis is an ethnographic study of nursing knowledge from the perspective of its use, exploring how professional knowledge evolves in work by taking clinical cancer nursing as its case. Cancer nursing requires a complex ...
  • Responding to Crises—Worries About Expertization 

    Holst, Cathrine; Molander, Anders (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2020-12-22)
    The chapter discusses challenges arising from the growing role of experts and expert knowledge in policymaking. It identifies a series of distinguishable epistemic and democratic worries about “expertization.” Examples are ...
  • Safety rules in a Norwegian high-security prison: The impact of social interaction between prisoners and officers 

    Midtlyng, Grethe (Safety Science;Volume 149, May 2022, 105690, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-02-09)
    This article explores how prison officers carry out safety rules, drawing on ethnographic data from a Norwegian high-security prison. Taking prisoners’ status as a potential risk as the starting point, it analyses the ways ...
  • Old, New, Borrowed and Blue – Shifts In Modern Policing 

    Dahl, Johanne Yttri; Fyfe, Nicholas R.; Gundhus, Helene Ingebrigtsen; Larsson, Paul; Skjevrak, Pernille; Runhovde, Siv Rebekka; Vestby, Annette (British Journal of Criminology;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-09-20)
    This article analyses ambiguity and complexity in proactive policing practices and identifies the paradox that despite the focus on increasing proactivity, police work remains strongly reactive. Drawing on a set of Norwegian ...
  • Konsensus om arbeidslinja? Nordmenns støtte til aktiveringsreformer 

    Bugge, Hanna (Tidsskrift for samfunnsforskning;Årgang 62, nr. 3-2021, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-08-25)
    Denne artikkelen studerer befolkningens holdninger til aktiveringspolitikkens to reformstrategier: støttende og restriktive tiltak. Aktiveringspolitikk har inngått i den norske arbeidslinja de siste 30 årene. Politikken ...
  • The will to sanction: How sensitive are caseworkers to recipients’ responsibility when imposing sanctions on non-compliance in a welfare-to-work programme? 

    Torsvik, Gaute; Molander, Anders; Terum, Lars Inge (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    The activation trend in social policy entails that caseworkers on the frontlines of the welfare state are expected to decide ‘reasonable’ activation requirements for clients and when and how non-compliance should be ...
  • Historical change in an elite profession—Class origins and grades among law graduates over 200 years 

    Hansen, Marianne Nordli; Strømme, Thea Bertnes (British Journal of Sociology;Volume 72, Issue 3, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05-07)
    This article explores the relationship between social class and educational achievement measured by grades among Norwegian law graduates over a span of 200 years. We argue that class inequalities may arise due to mechanisms ...
  • Å skape et uenighetsfellesskap Historisk tidsskrift som debattforum 

    Messel, Jan; Roll-Hansen, Hege; Slottemo, Hilde Gunn (Historisk Tidsskrift (Norge);Bind 100, nr. 4-2021, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-12-15)
    I denne artikkelen studerer vi hvordan Historisk tidsskrift (HT) har fungert som debattforum for norske historikere, ut fra spørsmålet om diskusjon fungerer faglig sammenbindende, splittende og/eller grenseskapende. I ...
  • Attrition of Police Officers With Immigrant Background 

    Fekjær, Silje Bringsrud; Alecu, Andreea Ioana (Police Quarterly (PQ);, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-12-27)
    Recruiting police officers with immigrant backgrounds has a limited effect if many of these recruits leave the police service. The dropout and attrition rates among officers with immigrant backgrounds are also an important ...
  • Practice educators’ emphasis on research in supervision of occupational therapy students 

    Helgøy, Kjersti Velde; Smeby, Jens-Christian; Bonsaksen, Tore (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Background: One approach to promote students’ use of research in future practice involves integrating students’ research use in supervision during practice placements. Studies examining this aspect of supervision in practice ...
  • Som å ta av seg verktøybeltet: Kontraster og metaforer i overgangen fra fagarbeid til yrkesfaglærerutdanning 

    Kolkin Sarastuen, Nora (Nordic Journal of Vocational Education and Training;Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): Volume 10, Issue 2, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-05-12)
    This article explores the transition from work to higher education and how vocational teacher students talk about the transition from occupational work to vocational teacher education. Previous research has identified ...
  • Time to care - An ethnographic study of how temporal structuring affects caring relationships in clinical nursing 

    Ihlebæk, Hanna Marie (Social Science and Medicine;Volume 287, October 2021, 114349, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-09-12)
    This article explores how temporal structuring of clinical activities affects nurses’ establishment of caring relationships with patients, based on an ethnographic study in a Norwegian cancer ward in January–June 2017. By ...
  • How teachers form educational expectations for students: A comparative factorial survey experiment in three institutional contexts 

    Geven, Sara; Wiborg, Øyvind; Fish, Rachel E.; van de Werfhorst, Herman G. (Social Science Research;Volume 100, November 2021, 102599, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-10-06)
    While schools are thought to use meritocratic criteria when evaluating students, research indicates that teachers hold lower expectations for students from disadvantaged backgrounds. However, it is unclear what the unique ...
  • The COVID Connection: Pandemic Anxiety, COVID-19 Comprehension, and Digital Confidence 

    Robinson, Laura; Schulz, Jeremy; Wiborg, Øyvind; Johnston, Elisha (American Behavioral Scientist;Volume: 65, issue: 12, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-04-12)
    This article presents logistic models examining how pandemic anxiety and COVID-19 comprehension vary with digital confidence among adults in the United States during the first wave of the pandemic. As we demonstrate ...
  • A scoping review of research on coordinated pathways towards employment for youth in vulnerable life situations 

    Saltkjel, Therese; Andreassen, Tone Alm; Helseth, Sølvi; Minas, Renate (European Journal of Social Work;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-09-11)
    For youth in vulnerable life situations, pathways to employment can be challenging, suggesting the need for coordinated services. The aim of this review is to explore the existing research on coordinated services for youth ...
  • Å skape et uenighetsfellesskap: Historisk tidsskrift som debattforum 

    Slottemo, Hilde Gunn; Roll-Hansen, Hege; Messel, Jan (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    I denne artikkelen studerer vi hvordan Historisk tidsskrift (HT) har fungert som debattforum for norske historikere, ut fra spørsmålet om diskusjon fungerer faglig sammenbindende, splittende og/eller grenseskapende. I ...
  • Degree completion in short professional courses: does family background matter? 

    Helland, Håvard; Hovdhaugen, Elisabeth (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Many studies have found a greater risk of dropping out among students from modest social origins compared to those from families characterised by high levels of education. This paper investigates social differences in ...
  • Det tekniske miljøet. Ingeniørar og norsk miljødebatt, 1945-1975 

    Aven, Håvard Brede (OsloMet Avhandling 2021;Nr 26, Doctoral thesis; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Denne avhandlinga handlar om debattar om globale miljøproblem blant norske ingeniørar i perioden mellom 1945 og 1975, og korleis enkelte ingeniørar deltok i breiare, offentlege ordskifte om miljøproblem som ein slags ...
  • Involving older adults in technology research and development discussions through dialogue cafés 

    Lund, Anne; Holthe, Torhild; Halvorsrud, Liv Torill; Karterud, Dag; Flakke-Johannessen, Adele; Lovett, Hilde; Thorstensen, Erik; Casagrande, Flavia Dias; Zouganeli, Evi; Norvoll, Reidun; Forsberg, Ellen-Marie (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Citizen involvement is important for ensuring the relevance and quality of many research and innovation efforts. Literature shows that inadequate citizen involvement poses an obstacle during the research, development, and ...

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