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  • «– Det er lett å se hvilke kjønn reklamer er ment for. Det er ikke noe mellomting»: En studie av ungdoms fortolkning av kjønn i reklame på sosiale medier 

    Teigen, Helene Maria Fiane; Steinnes, Kamilla Knutsen (Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning;Årgang 45, nr. 2–3, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Denne artikkelen undersøker hvordan ungdom fortolker kjønn i markedsføring på sosiale medier. Artikkelen bygger på fokusgruppeintervjuer med 54 ungdommer og unge voksne mellom 15-22 år om deres digitale hverdag. Analysen ...
  • Dress and the city: a comparative study of clothing and textiles environmental policy in five European cities 

    Maldini, Irene; Samira, Iran; Laitala, Kirsi; Vittersø, Gunnar; Jestratijevic, Iva; Mirena, Amaral; Vladimirova, Katia (Chapter; Peer reviewed; Conference object, 2021)
    European clothing consumption has increased dramatically in recent decades, leading to a current average of 26 kg of textiles annually purchased per capita (EEA, 2019). While garments (and most of clothing’s environmental ...
  • Fridge studies – Rummage through the fridge to understand food waste 

    Heidenstrøm, Nina; Hebrok, Marie (Appetite;Volume 165, 1 October 2021, 105321, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05-24)
    Household food waste is a significant environmental challenge, and almost half of the total global food waste comes from households. Thus, it is crucial to understand why food is wasted at home. This paper proposes a new ...
  • Towards realizing the sustainability potential within digital food provisioning platforms: The case of meal box schemes and online grocery shopping in Norway 

    Heidenstrøm, Nina; Hebrok, Marie (Sustainable Production and Consumption;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07-04)
    Digital technologies for food provisioning are often proposed as solutions to developing a more sustainable food system. Consumers can now use their mobile phones and computers to buy food online from websites, apps, and ...
  • Exploring the role of network diversity and resources in relationship to generalized trust in Norway 

    Alecu, Andreea Ioana (Social Networks;Volume 66, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-02-23)
    Several studies suggest a positive relationship between social capital and generalized trust. Employing a network understanding of social capital (Lin, 2001), this study questions which aspects of social networks may be ...
  • Looking behind the choice of organic: A cross-country analysis applying Integrated Choice and Latent Variable Models 

    Ching-Hua, Yeh; Hartmann, Monika; Gorton, Matthew; Tocco, Barbara; Amilien, Virginie; Steinnes, Kamilla Knutsen (Appetite;Volume 167, 1 December 2021, 105591, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07-08)
    This cross-country study investigates the relative role of organic labelling in consumers’ purchase decisions for apples and the extent to which behavioral constructs, derived from an extension of the Theory of Planned ...
  • The utility of social practice theory in risk research 

    Heidenstrøm, Nina (Journal of Risk Research;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-06-29)
    Social science risk studies often begin with one of two starting points: a particular risk, such as that of natural or technical disasters, or, alternately, with the individual experiencing risk. But risk may not be the ...
  • Do Food Quality Schemes and Net Price Premiums Go Together? 

    Monier-Dilhan, Sylvette; Poméon, T; Böhm, Michael; Brečić, Ruzica; Csillag, Peter; Donati, Michele; Ferrer-Perez, Hugo; Gauvrit, Lisa; Gil, Jose M.; Hoang, Viet; Lilavanichakul, Apichaya; Majewski, Edward; Malak-Rawlikowska, Agata; Mattas, Konstadinos; Napasintuwong, Orachos; Nguyen, An; Nikolaou, Kallirroi; Papadopoulos, I; Pascucci, S; Peerlings, Jack; Ristic, Bojan; Steinnes, Kamilla Knutsen; Stojanovic, Z; Tomic Maksan, Marina; Török, Áron; Veneziani, Mario; Vittersø, Gunnar; Bellassen, Valentin (Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization;Volume 19, Issue 2, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-12-03)
    This article addresses the issue of the profitability of Food Quality Scheme (FQS) products as compared to reference products, which are defined as analogous products without quality label. We approach this question by ...
  • Moving Consumers along the Innovation Adoption Curve: A New Approach to Accelerate the Shift toward a More Sustainable Diet 

    Gonera, Antje; Svanes, Erik; Bugge, Annechen Bahr; Hatlebakk, Malin Myrseth; Prexl, Katja-Maria; Ueland, Øydis (Sustainability;Volume 13 / Issue 8, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-04-16)
    Unsustainable food production and consumption contribute to greenhouse gas emissions and global warming. Adopting a more plant-based diet has been identified as a necessary change toward a more sustainable food system. In ...
  • Consumer practices and prevalence of Campylobacter, Salmonella and norovirus in kitchens from six European countries 

    Møretrø, Trond; Nguyen-The, Christophe; Didier, Pierrine; Maître, Isabelle; Izsó, Tekla; Kasza, Gyula; Skuland, Silje Elisabeth; Cardoso, Maria Joao; Ferreira, Vânia B.; Teixeira, Paula; Borda, Daniela; Dumitrascu, Loredana; Neagu, Corina; Nicolau, Anca Ioana; Anfruns-Estrada, Eduard; Foden, Mike; Voysey, Phil; Langsrud, Solveig (International journal of food microbiology;volume 347, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03-26)
    About 40% of foodborne infections are acquired in the home. The aim of the present study was to track contamination of pathogens during domestic food preparation and link the contamination to preparation practices. Research ...
  • Laundry Care Regimes: Do the Practices of Keeping Clothes Clean Have Different Environmental Impacts Based on the Fibre Content? 

    Laitala, Kirsi; Klepp, Ingun Grimstad; Kettlewell, Roy; Wiedemann, Stephen (Sustainability;Volume 12, Issue 18, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-09-12)
    Clothing maintenance is necessary for keeping clothing and textiles functional and socially acceptable, but it has environmental consequences due to the use of energy, water and chemicals. This article discusses whether ...
  • Environmental impacts associated with the production, use, and end-of-life of a woollen garment 

    Wiedemann, Stephen G.; Biggs, Leo; Nebel, Barbara; Bauch, Katarina; Laitala, Kirsi; Klepp, Ingun Grimstad; Swan, Paul G.; Watson, Kalinda (The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment;Volume 25, issue 8, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-05-25)
    Purpose The textiles industry is a substantial contributor to environmental impacts through the production, processing, use, and end-of-life of garments. Wool is a high value, natural, and renewable fibre that is used to ...
  • Organic and Geographical Indication Certifications’ Contributions to Employment and Education 

    Hilal, Mohamed; Leedon, Guy; De Labarre, Matthieu; Antonioli, Federico; Boehm, Michael; Csillag, Peter; Donati, Michele; Drut, Marion; Ferrer-Perez, Hugo; Gauvrit, Lisa; Gil, Jose Maria; Gkatsikos, Alexandros; Golas, Marlena; Hoang, Viet; Steinnes, Kamilla Knutsen; Lilavanichakul, Apichaya; Malak-Rawlikowska, Agata; Mattas, Konstadinos; Napasintuwong, Orachos; Nguyen, An; Ristic, Bojan; Schaer, Burkhard; Tomic Maksan, Marina; Brecic, R; Török, Áron; Vittersø, Gunnar; Bellassen, Valentin (Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization;20190042, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-10-30)
    In this paper, we test to what extent Food Quality Schemes (FQS, including Geographical Indications and organic products) contribute to the social and economic sustainability of farmers and regions through employment and ...
  • Wean off green: On the (in)effectiveness of biospheric appeals for consumption curtailment 

    Herziger, Atar; Berkessel, Jana; Steinnes, Kamilla Knutsen (Journal of Environmental Psychology;Volume 69, 101415, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-04-11)
    Ecologically-friendly lifestyles such as Minimalism—living with less—are gaining attention in popular media outlets. However, it is unclear whether ecological concern is driving the popularity of these lifestyles, and how ...
  • What Affects Garment Lifespans? International Clothing Practices Based on a Wardrobe Survey in China, Germany, Japan, the UK, and the USA 

    Laitala, Kirsi; Klepp, Ingun Grimstad (Sustainability;Volume 12, Issue 21, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-11-03)
    Increasing the length of clothing lifespans is crucial for reducing the total environmental impacts. This article discusses which factors contribute to the length of garment lifespans by studying how long garments are used, ...
  • Does Proof of Concept Trump All? RRI Dilemmas in Research Practices 

    Borch, Anita; Throne-Holst, Harald (Science and Engineering Ethics;27, Article number: 7 (2021), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021-02-02)
    Over the last decades, the dominant ways of conducting science have been challenged by responsible research and innovation (RRI) (Stahl et al. 2019). RRI is outlined in the Rome declaration as ‘the on-going process of ...
  • Antropologisk forskning i sensitive felt: retningslinjer til besvær 

    Rysst, Mari (Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift;Årgang 31, nr. 3-2020, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-10-17)
    Denne artikkelen handler om tre metodologiske utfordringer knyttet til anonymisering, samtykke og detalj-planlagte feltarbeid. Antropologisk forskning er en hermeneutisk, fenomenologisk forskningstradisjon som vektlegger ...
  • Should GPs ask patients about their financial concerns? Exploration through collaborative research 

    Ose, Solveig Osborg; Bøyum, Live Standal; Kaspersen, Silje Lill; Vestad, Arman; Gjelsvik, Per-Arne (Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care;Volume 38, Issue 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-04-16)
    Objective: Health services should arguably be concerned about the financial situation of patients since health problems can cause financial concerns, which in turn can cause health problems. In this study, we explored the ...
  • Popularity, Gender and Social Inclusion among Girls i ethnically diverse contexts in Norway 

    Rysst, Mari (International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies;Vol 11 No 1 (2020): International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-02-12)
    This article discusses the phenomenon of popularity and its implications for gender construction, social inclusion, and gender equality among girls in two ethnically diverse contexts in Norway. At one field site, girls of ...
  • Digital Ecosystems as a Unit of Scientific Analysis. A Sociological Investigation 

    Bygstad, Bendik; Dulsrud, Arne (Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS);, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-01-07)
    The growth of digital ecosystems such as Google, Apple and Uber has led to radical changes in economic activity, work and consumption. It has also challenged established economic, social and organization theory, which has ...

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