Recent Submissions

  • Medvirkningsideologiens inntog i byplanleggingen - en invitasjon til grubling 

    Andersen, Bengt; Skrede, Joar (Kart og plan;01-02 / 2021 (Volum 114), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05-31)
    Researchers, urban planners, developers, public officials and research funders, argue that public participation is democratic and just, as well as necessary in order to develop good plans and a better urban development. ...
  • Propping up interdisciplinarity: responsibility in university flagship research 

    Gjefsen, Mads Dahl; Vie, Knut Jørgen (Journal of Responsible Innovation;Volume 8, 2021 - Issue 1, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03-25)
    Researchers’ communication activities are influenced by motivations and abilities, but also by specific topics and artefacts of research. This is seldom acknowledged in efforts to embed responsible research and innovation ...
  • Black-White disparities in 2009 H1N1 vaccination among adults in the United States: A cautionary tale for the COVID-19 pandemic 

    Burger, Andrew; Reither, Eric; Mamelund, Svenn-Erik; Lim, Sojung (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Background Prior research has highlighted racial and ethnic disparities in H1N1 vaccination in the United States. Our study adds to this literature by utilizing an intersectionality framework to examine the joint influence ...
  • Kritikk av den liberale populismekritikk 

    Shammas, Victor Lund (Agora : Journal for metafysisk spekulasjon;01-02 / 2020 (Volum 37), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-11-28)
    Populisme kommer av det latinske ordet populus, som blant annet betyr «folk». Populisme er altså en slags «folk»-isme, en appell til folket. Vi gjenfinner ordet populus i det romerske slagordet Senātus Populusque Rōmānus ...
  • Luxury and Corruption 

    Kuldova, Tereza Østbø (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2021-07)
    Luxury, luxury business, and corruption are intertwined in multiple ways. Luxury goods, art, and real estate are used to launder proceeds from corruption and organized crime; luxury goods are used as bribes; the desire for ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • “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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Science by, with and for citizens: rethinking ‘citizen science’ after the 2011 Fukushima disaster 

    Kenens, Joke; Van Oudheusden, Michiel; Yoshizawa, Go; Van Hoyweghen, Ine (Palgrave Communications;volume 6, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-04-03)
    This study illustrates how citizen-driven radiation monitoring has emerged in post-Fukushima Japan, where citizens generate their own radiation data and measurement devices to provide public with actionable data about their ...
  • The directors of urban transformation: The case of Oslo 

    Andersen, Bengt; Hannah, Ander; Skrede, Joar (Local Economy;Vol 35, Issue 7, 2020, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-11-01)
    We investigate the urban transformation strategies of major developers and other key actors in the context of neoliberalism and its influence on politics, including urban development governance. Drawing primarily on ...
  • Effectiveness of Combining Compensatory Cognitive Training and Vocational Intervention vs. Treatment as Usual on Return to Work Following Mild-to-Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury: Interim Analysis at 3 and 6 Month Follow-Up 

    Howe, Emilie; Fure, Silje Christine Reistad; Løvstad, Marianne; Enehaug, Heidi; Sagstad, Kjersti; Hellstrøm, Torgeir; Brunborg, Cathrine; Røe, Cecilie; Nordenmark, Tonje Haug; Søberg, Helene L.; Twamley, Elizabeth W.; Lu, Juan; Andelic, Nada (Frontiers in Neurology;Volume 11 | Article 561400, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-11-10)
    Aims: Knowledge regarding the most effective return to work (RTW) approaches after traumatic brain injury (TBI) is lacking. This trial aimed to compare the effectiveness of a combined cognitive and vocational intervention ...
  • Trivsel og usikkerhet på Tøyen: En studie av foreldrebilder av et løftet byområde 

    Kadasia, Vanessa Nyagoha Idland; Andersen, Bengt; Dalseide, Astri Margareta (Tidsskrift for boligforskning;Årgang 3, nr. 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-11-27)
    Siden 1970-tallet har myndighetene med ujevne mellomrom forsøkt å trekke flere ressurssterke husholdninger til Tøyen, med den hensikt å skape større befolkningsvariasjon og redusere de sosiale forskjellene mellom Oslos ...
  • Trangboddhet og barnefamiliers hverdagsliv i koronaens tid 

    Brattbakk, Ingar (Tidsskrift for boligforskning;Årgang 3, nr. 1, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-09-11)
    Boforhold har betydning for barnefamiliers situasjon og er en viktig faktor i barns oppvekstmiljø. Å bo trangt er en faktor som kan påvirke muligheten for ro og hvile, livsutfoldelse og kan gi familiestress. I Norge vet ...
  • Områdesatsinger i Norge: Et skjørt kunnskapsgrunnlag for strategier og tiltak 

    Andersen, Bengt; Brattbakk, Ingar (Tidsskrift for boligforskning;Årgang 3, nr. 2-2020, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-11-27)
    I artikkelen ser vi på argumentene for områdesatsinger i norsk bypolitikk som en bakgrunn for å diskutere fore- liggende forskning av slike satsinger. Gitt at norsk byforskning har en sterk overvekt av studier med data fra ...
  • Efficiency through digitalization? How electronic communication between frontline workers and clients can spur a demand for services 

    Løberg, Ida Bring (Government Information Quarterly; Volume 38, Issue 2, April 2021, 101551, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-12-19)
    The increasing use of electronic government comes with great expectations of efficient service provision. However, frontline workers who use the information and communication technologies (ICTs) and implement digital ...

View more