Recent Submissions

  • Can adolescent work experience protect vulnerable youth? A population wide longitudinal study of young adults not in education, employment or training (NEET) 

    Heglum, Mari Amdahl; Nilsen, Wendy; Bernstrøm, Vilde Hoff (Journal of Education and Work;Volume 35, 2022 - Issue 5, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-07-13)
    Early work experience is found to be an influential factor in young people’s transitions from school to work. Still, we know little about whether early work experience can protect vulnerable young people from subsequent ...
  • “We Must All Be Ready for Major Changes”: Visiting Climate for Change at the Norwegian Petroleum Museum 

    Ruud, Lise Camilla; Thorstensen, Erik (Journal of Educational Media, Memory and Society;Volume 14, Issue 1, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-03-01)
    This article analyzes a current exhibition, Climate for Change, which opened at the Norwegian Petroleum Museum in 2019. By engaging with the way in which the exhibition constructs a “we,” the article proceeds to examine ...
  • Evidence-based activation work and service individualisation: client and frontline worker experiences with a standardised intervention 

    Bakkeli, Vidar (European Journal of Social Work;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-06-02)
    Evidence-based interventions standardise frontline social services, but may also promote policy ideals like service individualisation and client involvement. This article examines how clients and frontline workers experience ...
  • Remembering and reconfiguring industrial heritage: the case of the digester in Moss, Norway 

    Skrede, Joar; Andersen, Bengt (Landscape Research;Volume 46, 2021 - Issue 3: Special Section: Multidisciplinary Engagements with Port Arthur’s Landscapes of In/justice, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-12-28)
    In Moss, Norway, a former cellulose factory is currently being adapted for new uses. The onsite digester, a high-rise steel structure that was used to make cellulose before the factory closed in 2012, is a landmark on the ...
  • Foreldres nabolagstrategier for barn og unge: danne, styrke og skjerme 

    Brattbakk, Ingar (Tidsskrift for samfunnsforskning;Årgang 63, nr. 2, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-04-04)
    Nabolaget er vesentlig for barn og unges oppvekst, og mange studier dokumenterer nabolagseffekter: barn og unges livssjanser påvirkes av nærmiljøet de vokser opp i. Nabolaget påvirker barn og unge både direkte og indirekte ...
  • The Emotional Element of Urban Densification 

    Skrede, Joar; Andersen, Bengt (Local Environment: International Journal of Justice and Sustainability;Volume 27, 2022 - Issue 2, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-02-06)
    In this paper, we will delve into a somewhat unexplored element of urban densification – namely, people’s emotional responses to physically and socially densified neighbourhoods. Undoubtedly, there is a vast amount of ...
  • Development of hybrid professionalism: street-level managers’ work and the enabling conditions of public reform 

    Breit, Eric Martin Alexander; Andreassen, Tone Alm; Fossestøl, Knut (Public Management Review;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-07-06)
    This paper examines the role of street-level managers in the development of hybrid professionalism. Based on a longitudinal analysis of an organisational reform, we highlight the work of street-level managers in promoting ...
  • By eller forstad? En diskusjon av barnefamiliers flyttemotiver 

    Andersen, Bengt; Skrede, Joar (Nordic Journal of Urban Studies;Volume 2, No. 1-2022, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-06-10)
    Oslo kommune har som uttalt mål at indre by skal være et attraktivt bosted for barnefamilier. Flere kommentatorer, inkludert forskere, har hevdet at reurbanisering er en tydelig trend. Det vil si at bylivet er populært, ...
  • Return of genomic results does not motivate intent to participate in research for all: Perspectives across 22 countries 

    Milne, Richard; Morley, Katherine I.; Almarri, Mohamed A.; Atutornu, Jerome; Baranova, Elena E.; Bevan, Paul; Cerezo, Maria; Cong, Yali; Costa, Alessia; Feijao, Carolina; de Freitas, Cláudia; Fernow, Josepine; Goodhand, Peter; Hasan, Qurratulain; Hibino, Aiko; Houeland, Gry; Howard, Heidi C.; Hussain Sheikh, Zakir; Malmgren, Charlotta Ingvoldstad; Izhevskaya, Vera L.; Jędrzejak, Aleksandra; Jinhong, Cao; Kimura, Megumi; Kleiderman, Erika; Liu, Keying; Mascalzoni, Deborah; Mendes, Álvaro; Minari, Jusaku; Nicol, Dianne; Niemiec, Emilia; Patch, Christine; Prainsack, Barbara; Rivière, Marie; Robarts, Lauren; Roberts, Jonathan; Romano, Virginia; Sheerah, Haytham A.; Smith, James; Soulier, Alexandra; Steed, Claire; Stefànsdóttir, Vigdis; Tandre, Cornelia; Thorogood, Adrian; Voigt, Torsten H.; Wang, Nan; Yoshizawa, Go; Middleton, Anna (Genetics in Medicine;Volume 24, Issue 5, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-05-04)
    Purpose: The aim of this study was to determine how attitudes toward the return of genomic research results vary internationally. Methods: We analyzed the “Your DNA, Your Say” online survey of public perspectives on ...
  • En historie om fast og midlertidig arbeid gjennom 1900-tallet, med linjer fram til i dag 

    Hansen, Per Bonde (Arbeiderhistorie;Årgang 36, nr. 1-2022, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-03-23)
    Med økningen i lønnsarbeid og fagorganisering fra slutten av 1800-tallet kom spørsmålet om arbeidernes tilknytning til bedriftene på dagsorden. Det vanlige ble etter hvert at mange ble ansatt fast i et forholdsvis stabilt ...
  • Workplace Factors Associated With Return to Work After Mild-to-Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury 

    Fure, Silje Christine Reistad; Howe, Emilie; Andelic, Nada; Brunborg, Cathrine; Olsen, Alexander; Rike, Per-Ola; Spjelkavik, Øystein; Enehaug, Heidi; Røe, Cecilie; Løvstad, Marianne (The journal of head trauma rehabilitation;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-03-15)
    Objective: Sociodemographic and injury-related predictors for return to work (RTW) after mild-to-moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI) have been extensively explored. However, there is a knowledge gap regarding work-related ...
  • Family Intervention Projects as Poverty-Alleviating Measures: Results from a Norwegian Cluster-Randomised Study 

    Malmberg-Heimonen, Ira; Tøge, Anne Grete (Social Policy and Society;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-04-01)
    This cluster-randomised study analyses the implementation of a family intervention model (the HOLF model) on four target areas: parental employment, the financial and housing situations, and the social inclusion of children. ...
  • Cost-effectiveness analysis of combined cognitive and vocational rehabilitation in patients with mild-to-moderate TBI: results from a randomized controlled trial 

    Howe, Emilie; Andelic, Nada; Fure, Silje Christine Reistad; Røe, Cecilie; Søberg, Helene L.; Hellstrøm, Torgeir; Spjelkavik, Øystein; Enehaug, Heidi; Lu, Juan; Ugelstad, Helene; Løvstad, Marianne; Aas, Eline (BMC Health Services Research;22, Article number: 185 (2022), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-02-12)
    Background: Traumatic brain injury (TBI) represents a fnancial burden to the healthcare system, patients, their families and society. Rehabilitation interventions with the potential for reducing costs associated with TBI ...
  • Workplace Inclusion Competence and Employer Engagement 

    Enehaug, Heidi; Spjelkavik, Øystein; Falkum, Eivind; Frøyland, Kjetil (Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies;Vol. 12 No. 1 (2022), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03-22)
    Existing active labor market policy (ALMP) measures have been unsuccessful in establishing longterm employment for vulnerable groups. This paper contributes to further development of the role of the employer engagement ...
  • How care holds humanity: the myth of Cura and theories of care 

    Hanisch, Halvor Melbye (Medical Humanities;Volume 48, Issue 1, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-09-14)
    Modern medicine has often struggled to grasp the cultural aspects of interpersonal care. The medical humanities, on the other hand, have struggled to grasp the embodied, intimate character of care. In a recent appeal to ...
  • Visualising the past for the future: a social semiotic reading of urban heritage 

    Skrede, Joar; Andersen, Bengt (Social Semiotics;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-02-02)
    Peterson, Norway, was a former cellulose factory that is in the process of being transformed into new usage. A landmark at the premises is the “digester,” a high-rise steel structure used to make cellulose before the factory ...
  • Indigenous groups and pandemics 

    Alves, Daniele Evelin; Mamelund, Svenn-Erik; Dimka, Jessica; Simonsen, Lone; Mølbak, Mathias; Ørskov, Søren; Sattenspiel, Lisa; Tripp, Lianne; Noymer, Andrew; Chowell-Puente, Gerardo; Dahal, Sushma; van Doren, Taylor P.; Wissler, Amanda; Heffernan, Courtney; Short, Kirsty Renfree; Battles, Heather; Baker, Michael (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-05-12)
    In addition to posing a major threat to global health, pandemics impact economic activity, as witnessed during the spread of COVID-19 around the globe. The disease risks, however, are not uniform for major pandemic threats. ...
  • Exact and inexact decompositions of trade price indices 

    Benedictow, Andreas; Boug, Pål (Empirical Economics;62 (2022), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07-05)
    A reasonable concept for the true trade price index in situations where low-price countries capture market shares from high-price countries is the average price paid by importers for the same quality of good or service ...
  • Demonstrating trustworthiness when collecting and sharing genomic data: public views across 22 countries 

    Milne, Richard; Morley, Katherine I.; Almarri, Mohamed A.; Anwer, Shamim; Atutornu, Jerome; Baranova, Elena E.; Bevan, Paul; Cerezo, Maria; Cong, Yali; Costa, Alessia; Critchley, Christine; Fernow, Josepine; Goodhand, Peter; Hasan, Qurratulain; Hibino, Aiko; Houeland, Gry; Howard, Heidi 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; 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; Stefànsdóttir, Vigdis; Tandre, Cornelia; Thorogood, Adrian; Voigt, Torsten H.; Wang, Nan; West, Anne V.; Yoshizawa, Go; Middleton, Anna (Genome Medicine;13, Article number: 92 (2021), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05-25)
    Background: Public trust is central to the collection of genomic and health data and the sustainability of genomic research. To merit trust, those involved in collecting and sharing data need to demonstrate they are ...
  • Norwegian social work and child welfare students’ attitudes toward research-supported treatments 

    Finne, Joakim; Malmberg-Heimonen, Ira (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Evidence-based practice (EBP) has increasingly become a part of social work education, but there is a lack of knowledge about students’ attitudes towards it. This study evaluated Norwegian social work students’ attitudes ...

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