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    • Social class differences in youths’ participation in organized sports: What are the mechanisms? 

      Andersen, Patrick Lie; Bakken, Anders (International Review for the Sociology of Sport;2018(April 2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Despite several decades of Sport for All policies, social class differences in organized sports participation of youth persist. However, few population-based studies have examined how social class may influence adolescent ...
    • Social Exclusion and Mental Wellbeing in Older Romanians 

      Precupetu, Iuliana; Aartsen, Marja; Vasile, Marian (Social Inclusion;Vol 7, No 3 (2019): Old-Age Exclusion, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-04-04)
      In Romania, inequalities in health and wellbeing between younger and older Romanians are substantial, and an important reason for inequalities may be the higher risk of social exclusion among older adults. After the fall ...
    • Social generations in popular culture 

      Tolgensbakk, Ida (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2021-09-13)
      Karl Mannheim’s concept of social generations has become incredibly influential and has been applied in ever-new ways for almost a century. With what seems to be renewed interest in it post-2000, there is reason to take a ...
    • The Social Homeownership Model - the case of Norway 

      Sandlie, Hans Christian; Gulbrandsen, Lars (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      In Norway, mass home ownership has been an important part of social housing in the post-war period. Social housing became available to everybody and a great majority seized the opportunity. The Global Financial Crisis (GFC) ...
    • Social pathways to health: On the mediating role of the social network in the relation between socio-economic position and health 

      Aartsen, Marja; Veenstra, Marijke; Hansen, Thomas (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Good health is one of the key qualities of life, but opportunities to be and remain healthy are unequally distributed across socio-economic groups. The beneficial health effects of the social network are well known. However, ...
    • The Social Support - Health Link Unraveled: Pathways Linking Social Support to Functional Capacity in Later Life 

      Suanet, Bianca; Aartsen, Marja; Hoogendijk, Emiel; Huisman, Martijn (Journal of Aging and Health;Vol 32, Issue 7-8, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-04-15)
      Objective: Despite evidence that social support is strongly related to health, very little is known about the mechanisms underlying this association. This study investigates whether physical activity, depressive symptoms, ...
    • Social Variations in Perceived Parenting Styles among Norwegian Adolescents 

      Elstad, Jon Ivar; Stefansen, Kari (Child indicators research;7(3), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Previous research has documented the associations between parenting and parenting styles and child and adolescent outcomes. Little is known, however, about the social structuring of parenting in contemporary Nordic welfare ...
    • Socio-Economic Gradients and Disability During The Transition to Young Adulthood: A Longitudinal Survey and Register Study in Norway 

      Abebe, Dawit Shawel; Helseth, Sølvi; Andenæs, Randi (International journal of disability, development and education;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-07-03)
      The study aimed to investigate trends and explanatory factors for socio-economic inequalities associated with disability during the transition to young adulthood. A sample of 2606 participants (56% females and 44% ...
    • Socioeconomic inequalities in health during the Great Recession: A scoping review of the research literature 

      Heggebø, Kristian; Tøge, Anne Grete; Dahl, Espen; Berg, John Erik (Scandinavian Journal of Public Health;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-10-10)
      Aims: The so-called “Great Recession” in Europe triggered widespread concerns about population health, as reflected by an upsurge in empirical research on the health impacts of the economic crisis. A growing body of empirical ...
    • Socioeconomic inequalities in mortality after age 67: The contribution of psychological factors 

      Veenstra, Marijke; Løset, Gøril Kvamme; Daatland, Svein Olav (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Diverging trends of longer lives and increased inequalities in age-at-death invite to updated research on late-life mortality. Earlier studies have identified health behavior, childhood, psychosocial, and material conditions ...
    • Solidarity and tension across generations in welfare democracies 

      Falch-Eriksen, Asgeir (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2021-09-13)
      In this chapter, social generation will be applied as a normative-political and sociological concept in combination, and that can be used to explain social order and the development of a political order through democratic ...
    • Solidarity with Future Generations? Protection clauses in constitutions 

      Takle, Marianne (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2021-09-13)
      By including the protection of future generations’ access to a healthy natural environment in constitutions, the current generations have committed themselves to taking future people into account in contemporary policy ...
    • De som er kasta ut av det normale : om selvskading og selvterapi i et emo/alternativt miljø i 'Torsdal', Norge 

      Vestel, Viggo Jan (Tidsskrift for ungdomsforskning;1, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Basert på en serie intervjuer utført i 2010, retter artikkelen søkelyset mot et tidligere lite utforsket transnasjonalt ungdomskulturelt fellesskap som omtales som «emo», og som ofte er assosiert med depressivitet og ulike ...
    • 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 ...
    • Speaking Swedish While Black in Norway 

      Tolgensbakk, Ida (Journal of Critical Mixed Race Studies;Volume 1, Issue 2, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Swedes are almost unambiguously considered White in Norway and, therefore, labeled as non-strangers and non-marked. One of the most striking aspects of studying young Swedish labor migrants to the Norwegian capital is their ...
    • Spousal Loss and Change in Cognitive Functioning: An Examination of Temporal Patterns and Gender Differences 

      Wörn, Jonathan; Comijs, Hannie; Aartsen, Marja (The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-09-14)
      Objectives: The study investigates whether the disadvantaged position of men in the adverse consequences of widowhood for health and mortality also exists for changes in cognitive health. Methods: We used data of up ...
    • Status discrepancy as a driver of residential mobility: Evidence from Oslo 

      Galster, George; Turner, Lena Magnusson (Environment and planning A;Volume 49 Issue 9, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-09)
      Planners have long advocated for “social mix” in neighborhoods without clear evidence that such mixing is stable over time. Indeed, if some groups perceive an intolerable discrepancy between their own economic status and ...
    • Stedlige perspektiver på skoleliv og yrkesfag 

      Reegård, Kaja; Rogstad, Jon Christian; Hegna, Kristinn (Nordic Journal of Comparative and International Education; Vol 3 No 3 (2019): Special Issue/temanummer: Stedlige perspektiver på skoleliv og yrkesfag, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Spatial perspectives on school life and vocational education and training The articles featured in this special issue aim to investigate the importance of places and social space for the understanding of young people's ...
    • Stovner - problemområde eller lutter idyll? : om forholdet mellom statistikk og erfaring 

      Danielsen, Kirsten; Engebrigtsen, Ada Ingrid (Tidsskrift for velferdsforskning;17(3), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Stovner var og til dels er et av Norges mest utskjelte boområder og assosieres med «problem». Bydelen har i de senere år fått mange nye beboergrupper, og kan statistisk sett betegnes som en underprivilegert bydel, ...
    • The strains and gains of caregiving: An examination of the effects of providing personal care to a parent on a range of psychological outcomes 

      Hansen, Thomas; Slagsvold, Britt; Ingebretsen, Reidun (Social Indicators Research;114(2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012-09-11)
      This study explores the effect of providing regular help with personal care to a resident or non-resident parent or parent-in-law on different aspects of psychological well-being. We use cross-sectional data from the ...