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    • Early-career income trajectories among physicians and dentists : the significance of ethnicity 

      Drange, Ida (European sociological review;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011-09-07)
      This article analyses early-career income trajectories among non-Western immigrant and native-born physicians and dentists in Norway. Register data comprising all medical and dental graduates from Norwegian universities ...
    • ECEC Professionalization - challenges of developing professional standards 

      Havnes, Anton (European Early Childhood Education Research Journal;Volume 26, 2018 - Issue 5, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-09-20)
      Within the early childhood education system, early childhood teachers are the weak element in two hierarchies, the governance hierarchy and the epistemological hierarchy. From the perspective of early childhood teacher ...
    • Educational choice and persistence in male and female dominated fields 

      Mastekaasa, Arne; Smeby, Jens-Christian (;nr. 3, Working paper, 2005)
      Even though female students now make up more than half of all higher education students in many countries, the distribution of women across fields of study is still very uneven. This study examines the gendered nature of ...
    • Efter eget skön: om beslutsfattande i professionellt arbete 

      Molander, Anders (Socialvetenskaplig tidskrift;18 (4), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      Denne artikel skiljer mellan en strukturell och en epistemisk förståelse av skön (discretion): å ena sidan skön som ett handlingsutrymme, å andra sidan skön som resonerande om vad som bör göras under betingelser av ...
    • Elitestudenter i diakonal utdanning? : En sammenligning av studenters bakgrunn og motivasjon i to ulike sykepleierutdanninger 

      Tveit, Bodil; Havnes, Jarle (Working paper, 2007)
      I dette notatet er vi opptatt av bakgrunn og motivasjon hos studenter som rekrutteres inn til to ulike sykepleierutdanninger i Oslo, henholdsvis ved Høgskolen i Oslo og ved Diakonhjemmets Høgskole. Grunnen til denne ...
    • Employment Status and Commitment to Work in Professions 

      Abrahamsen, Bente (Economic and Industrial Democracy;31 (1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2010-02)
      The main question in the article is to what degree underemployed and overemployed professionals are committed to the profession and the organization which employs them. Ten professional groups are included in the study ...
    • Epistemic cultures among beginning professionals 

      Smeby, Jens-Christian (;nr. 8, Working paper, 2006)
      One of the key characteristics of professions is that they are knowledge based occupational groups. Professional education and training is therefore an essential element of professionalism. During the last 30-40 ...
    • Epistemic democracy and the role of experts 

      Holst, Cathrine; Molander, Anders (Contemporary Political Theory;December 2019, Volume 18, Issue 4, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-01-01)
      Epistemic democrats are rightly concerned with the quality of outcomes and judge democratic procedures in terms of their ability to ‘track the truth’. However, their impetus to assess ‘rule by experts’ and ‘rule by the ...
    • Epistemic Worries about Economic Expertise 

      Holst, Cathrine; Molander, Anders (Towards a Segmented European Political Order. The European Union's Post-crises Conundrum;, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2019-11-21)
      The focus of the chapter will be on this epistemic worry. We show that the substantive involvement of economic experts in policy-making raises some real epistemic concerns. However, we move beyond the uneasiness that many ...
    • Er høgskolene regionale kvalifiseringsinstitusjoner? : Likheter og ulikheter mellom høgskolene på Vestlandet og i hovedstadsregionen 

      Gythfeldt, Knut; Heggen, Kåre (Rapport;nr. 5, Research report, 2012-03)
      De spørsmålene som undersøkes og belyses i denne rapporten omfatter viktige faglige og politiske temaer: I hvilken grad rekrutterer høgskolene personer fra ulike regioner til høyere utdanning, og i hvilken grad forsyner ...
    • Ethnic minority students' career expectations in prospective professions: Navigating between ambitions and discrimination 

      Abrahamsen, Bente; Drange, Ida (Sociology;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-08-14)
      This study sheds light on how ethnic minority students in Norway seek to navigate occupational opportunities after graduating from professional bachelor programmes. Students’ career ambitions and career expectations are ...
    • Etnisk mangfold i akademia 

      Askvik, Tanja; Drange, Ida (Søkelys på arbeidslivet;Årgang 36, nr. 3, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Det er betydelige forskjeller i hvem som blir i Universitets- og høyskolesektoren etter oppnådd doktorgrad om man sammenligner personer med majoritetsbakgrunn og innvandrere. Doktorer med majoritetsbakgrunn har størst ...
    • Ettertanke: Veit vi no meir om utfordringane? 

      Haug, Peder (SPS arbeidsnotat;nr. 6, 2008)
      Innlegg på konferansen «Utdanningen av lærere - erfaringer og utfordringer» Senter for profesjonsstudier, Høgskolen i Oslo 25. august 2008
    • Evidence-based practice in teaching and teacher education: What is it? What is the rationale? What is the criticism? Where to go now? 

      Brusling, Christer (;nr. 14, Working paper, 2005)
      Invited paper to a workshop at the conference Professional Development of Teachers in a Lifelong Perspective: Teacher Education, Knowledge Production and Institutional Reform. Centre for Higher Education, Greater Copenhagen ...
    • Experiences of moving: A history of women and sport in Tanzania 

      Leseth, Anne Birgitte (Sport in Society;17(4), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013-08-14)
      Although the literature on the history of sports in Africa is growing, the literature on women and sports sport in Africa remains limited. This article explores women and sport in Africa through a focus on women’s experiences ...
    • Exploring nursing students’ transfer of peripheral venous cannulation from skills centre to the clinical setting 

      Ravik, Monika; Havnes, Anton; Bjørk, Ida torunn (Journal of Nursing Education and Practice;5(3), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-12-24)
      Background: It is assumed that practical skills learned through simulation can be transferred to the clinical setting, but little is known about students’ skill performance on real patients after simulation-based learning. ...
    • Exploring online problem gambler's motivation to change 

      Johansen, Ayna Beate; Helland, Pål Fylling; Wennesland, Dag Kosòl; Henden, Edmund; Brendryen, Håvar (Addictive Behaviors Reports;Volume 10, December 2019, 100187, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-06-17)
      The treatment for drug addiction is considered a difficult path for the most of patients. As matter of fact, individuals with Substance Use Disorder (SUD) experience numerous challenges before, during and after the treatment ...
    • Exploring the black box of practical skill learning in the clinical skills center 

      Bjørk, Ida Torunn; Christiansen, Bjørg; Havnes, Anton; Hessevaagbakke, Eva Elisabeth (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-08-28)
      Background: Learning in skills centers has a long tradition in nursing education. Nurse educators struggle to substantiate their opinions on the efficacy of simulation technologies over traditional methods of instruction ...
    • Female attrition from the police profession 

      Alecu, Andreea Ioana; Fekjær, Silje Bringsrud (Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management;Vol. 43 No. 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-04-02)
      Purpose: Do female police recruits drop out of police education and/or leave the profession more often than men, and has this changed over time? Can gender differences be explained by the background characteristics and ...
    • Female professionals’ working hours 

      Abrahamsen, Bente (;nr. 9, Working paper, 2005)
      The aim of this paper is to examine female professionals’ working hours, particularly the tendency to work reduced hours. Earlier research indicates a considerable variation in female professionals’ working hours (Hoel ...