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    • Barriers to Access? Immigrant Origin and Occupational Regulation 

      Alecu, Andreea Ioana; Drange, Ida (Nordic Journal of Migration Research;Volume 9, Issue 1, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-02-16)
      European labour markets have become increasingly accessible to foreign workers because of increased global migration and the implementation of international labour mobility agreements. Yet, skilled immigrants have lower ...
    • Between standardisation and discretion. The priority setting of triage nurses 

      Johannessen, Lars E.F. (Doctoral thesis; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This dissertation explores the relationship between standardisation and discretion in professional work at street level, using the priority setting of triage nurses as its case. Triage nurses are employed at the frontline ...
    • Beyond guidelines: Discretionary practice in face-to-face triage nursing 

      Johannessen, Lars E. F. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This article draws on ethnographic data from a Norwegian emergency primary care clinic (EPCC) to explore nurses’ discretionary application of guidelines. Specifically, it analyses nurses’ discretionary use of the Manchester ...
    • Blameworthy bumping? Investigating nudge’s neglected cousin 

      Miyata-Sturm, Ainar (Journal of Medical Ethics;Volume 45, Issue 4, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-01-10)
      The realm of non-rational influence, which includes nudging, is home to many other morally interesting phenomena. In this paper, I introduce the term bumping, to discuss the category of unintentional non-rational influence. ...
    • Blood, Sweat, and Tears: Making Sense of Senses in Expert Nursing 

      Ihlebæk, Hanna Marie (Ethos;Volume 46, Issue 4, Journal article; Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-10-29)
      In this article, I draw on material from an ethnographic and phenomenological study of knowledge and professionalism among registered nurses working in a cancer unit at a Norwegian hospital. During the study, the use of ...
    • Bureaucratic power in note-writing: authoritative expertise within the state 

      Mangset, Marte; Asdal, Kristin (British Journal of Sociology;Volume 70 Issue 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-03-01)
      What produces the power of senior civil servants at ministries of finance, positioned at the top of the bureaucratic hierarchy? Max Weber has claimed that a hierarchical organization, meritocratic recruitment and procedural ...
    • Challenging professional control? Reforming higher education through stakeholder involvement 

      Nordberg, Tanja Haraldsdottir; Alm Andreassen, Tone (Journal of Education and Work;Volume 33, 2020 - Issue 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-03-19)
      This article explores the degree of professional control over a profession’s knowledge base and the extent to which this control, and the knowledge base itself, are challenged by various stakeholders’ agendas when public ...
    • Change in job values during education 

      Dæhlen, Marianne (;nr. 3, Working paper, 2004)
      Previous research has suggested that preferences for work or job values are important in explaining occupational positions. However, these findings show rather conflicting results, indicating that job values emerge in ...
    • The commensuration of pain: How nurses transform subjective experience into objective numbers 

      Johannessen, Lars E. F. (Social Science and Medicine;Volume 233, July 2019, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-05-24)
      Commensuration—the transformation of different qualities into a common metric—has recently received increased scholarly attention. While mostly studied at the meso- or macroscale, this article extends the focus to microscale ...
    • Complex Problems in Need of Inter-Organizational Coordination: The Importance of Connective and Collaborative Professionalism within an Organizational Field of Rehabilitation 

      Andreassen, Tone Alm (New dynamics of disability and rehabilitation: Interdisciplinary perspectives;, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2019-07-15)
      Rehabilitation processes of working-age citizens involve several organizations and professions, and require inter-organizational and inter-professional coordination and collaboration across hospitals, community healthcare, ...
    • Conceptions of gender and competencies among Scandinavian police students. 

      Bloksgaard, Lotte; Fekjær, Silje Bringsrud; Møberg, Rasmus Juul (Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies;Volume 10 ❚ Number 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-06-05)
      Conceptions of gender and competencies may be of importance for the gendered allocation of tasks and may help explain gender segregation in the labor market and within organizations. Drawing on survey panel data from ...
    • Concern about climate change, biodiversity loss, habitat degradation and landscape change: Embedded in different packages of environmental concern? 

      Skogen, Ketil; Helland, Håvard; Kaltenborn, Bjørn Petter (Journal for Nature Conservation;Volume 44, July 2018, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-06-07)
      Climate change and biodiversity loss are often seen as the two most serious environmental threats facing humanity. It also seems to be a common notion that concerns about these issues are embedded in the same package of ...
    • Conditions affecting the performance of peripheral vein cannulation during hospital placement: a case study 

      Ravik, Monika; Havnes, Anton; Bjørk, Ida Torunn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Learning practical nursing skills is an important part of the baccalaureate in nursing. However, many newly qualified nurses lack practical skill proficiency required to ensure safe patient care. The invasive skill peripheral ...
    • Conflicting duties and restitution of the trusting relationship 

      Eriksen, Andreas (Journal of Medical Ethics;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-06-15)
      It is often claimed that medical professionals are subject to conflicting duties in their role morality. Some hold that the overridden duty taints the professional and generates a patient claim to a form of moral compensation. ...
    • Connecting to professional knowledge 

      Smeby, Jens-Christian (;nr. 7, Working paper, 2004)
      Studies of students’ educational outcome tend to be based on rather simple input output models. The aim of this paper is to demonstrate that a better understanding of professional knowledge and the longitudinal characteristics ...
    • The constrained influence of discourses: the case of Norwegian climate policy 

      Tellmann, Silje Maria (Environmental Politics;21 (5), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012-06-15)
      Norwegian climate policy has been marked by several shifts with regard to adopted targets and measures to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. Three knowledge-based discourses – respectively a tax discourse, a quota ...
    • Dedikasjon og deltidsønsker blant politi og sykepleierstudenter 

      Abrahamsen, Bente; Fekjær, Silje Bringsrud (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • Deltidsarbeid på retur? : en sammenlikning av tre kull sykepleiere utdannet i 1977, 1992 og 2003 

      Abrahamsen, Bente (Søkelys på arbeidslivet;27 (1-2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2010)
      Denne studien belyser sykepleieres bruk av deltid fra 1970-tallet og fram til i dag. Spørsmålet som tas opp er om den langvarige deltidstrenden blant sykepleiere videreføres blant de som er nyutdannede i dag. Resultatene ...
    • Deltidsutdanningen i sykepleie - Rekruttering, tilfredshet, kompetanse og møte med arbeidslivet 

      With, Mari Lande (HiO-rapport;nr. 5, Research report, 2009)
      Denne  rapporten  omhandler  tidligere  studenter  ved  deltidsutdanningen  i  sykepleie  ved  Høgskolen i Oslo (HiO). Hensikten med rapporten er å øke kunnskapen om sykepleiere som  rekrutteres til og er utdannet ved de ...
    • DEMOCRATIC LEGITIMACY - Working agreement or rational consensus? 

      Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (;nr. 6, Working paper, 2006)
      The quest for deliberative democracy is connected to the difficulties with what we for the sake of simplicity refer to as a voting model of democracy.1 This model holds elections and votes as the central features of ...