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    • A methodological approach to the materiality of clothing: Wardrobe studies 

      Klepp, Ingun Grimstad; Mari, Bjerck (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      The material is not just ‘a carrier’ of different types of symbols, but an active element in the practices. Bringing this to the fore requires new research methods. This article discusses a methodological approach, we call ...
    • Advancing the evidence base for public policies impacting on dietary behaviour, physical activity and sedentary behaviour in Europe: The Policy Evaluation Network promoting a multidisciplinary approach 

      Lakerveld, Jeroen; Woods, Catherine; Heberstreit, Antje; Brenner, Hermann; Flechtner-Mors, Marion; Harrington, Janas M.; Kamphuis, Carlijn B.M.; Laxy, Michael; Luszczynska, Aleksandra; Mazzocchi, Mario; Murrin, Celine M.; Poelman, Maartje; Steenhuis, Ingrid HM; Roos, Gun; Steinacker, Jurgen; Stock, Christian; Lenthe, Frank van; Zeeb, Hajo; Zukowska, Joanna; Ahrens, Wolfgang (Food Policy;Volume 96, October 2020, 101873, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-03-05)
      Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are the leading cause of global mortality. As the social and economic costs of NCDs have escalated, action is needed to tackle important causes of many NCD’s: low physical activity levels ...
    • Affective and cognitive dimensions of ski destination images. The case of Norway and the Lillehammer region 

      Andersen, Oddgeir; Øian, Hogne; Aas, Øystein; Tangeland, Torvald (Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism;Volume 18, 2018 - Issue 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-04-25)
      To map the image foreign markets have of Norway as a winter tourist destination, and the Lillehammer region in particular, we surveyed 1000 respondents from Sweden, Denmark and Germany. We identified six key experience ...
    • 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 ...
    • Are Short Food Supply Chains More Environmentally Sustainable than Long Chains? A Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of the Eco-Efficiency of Food Chains in Selected EU Countries 

      Majewski, Edward; Komerska, Anna; Kwiatkowski, Jerzy; Malak-Rawlikowska, Agata; Was, Adam; Sulewski, Piotr; Golas, Marlena; Pogodzinska, Kinga; Lecoeur, Jean-Loup; Tocco, Barbara; Török, Áron; Donati, Michele; Vittersø, Gunnar (Energies;Volume 13, Issue 18, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-09-16)
      Improving the eco-efficiency of food systems is one of the major global challenges faced by the modern world. Short food supply chains (SFSCs) are commonly regarded to be less harmful to the environment, among various ...
    • At the heart of controversies: Hybrid forums as an experimental multi-actor tool to enhance sustainable practices in localized agro-food systems 

      Amilien, Virginie; Tocco, Barbara; Strandbakken, Pål (British Food Journal;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-11-21)
      Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss and evaluate the role of hybrid forums as tools to address specific controversies related to sustainable practices in localized agro-food systems (LAFS). Design/methodolo ...
    • Atferdsøkonomiske virkemidler i helsefremmende arbeid: hvordan kan utforming av restauranter og kantiner fremme sunnere valg? 

      Lekhal, Samira; Bugge, Annechen Bahr; Schjøll, Alexander; Slapø, Helena; Karevold, Knut Ivar (Norsk Tidsskrift for Ernæring;Nr.1/2019, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-03)
      Bakgrunn: Usunt kosthold er blant de viktigste risikofaktorene for sykdom, dårlig livskvalitet og tidlig død i Norge og resten av verden. Det er stigende interesse for hvordan atferdsøkonomiske virkemidler kan fremme sunnere ...
    • Byttemedisin? Nei, takk. En kvalitativ studie av byttenekt i legemiddelforbruket. 

      Torp, Ida Helene Dahl (SIFO Rapport;2020:01, Research report, 2020-01-05)
      I denne rapporten undersøker jeg hvorfor noen ikke ønsker å bytte til generiske legemidler når forespurt dette på apoteket ved henting av reseptpliktige medisiner. De kvalitative intervjuene studeres fra et praksisteoretisk ...
    • Bærekraft: Vanskelige valg i hverdagen 

      Vittersø, Gunnar (SIFO Notat;2019:02, Working paper, 2019-10-21)
      I dette notatet har vi samlet resultater fra pågående prosjekter knyttet til temaene miljøholdninger, reparasjon, betalingsvillighet, spisevaner og julegaver. Flere av resultatene er hentet fra den årlige SIFO-surveyen som ...
    • Care and Production of Clothing in Norwegian Homes: Environmental Implications of Mending and Making Practices 

      Laitala, Kirsi; Klepp, Ingun Grimstad (Sustainability;Volume 10, Issue 8, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-08)
      Mending, re-design, and altering are alternatives for prolonging the use period of clothing. It is a common assumption that nobody mends clothing anymore in Western societies. This paper studies Norwegian consumers’ clothing ...
    • Cascading Norwegian co-streams for bioeconomic transition 

      Egelyng, H; Romsdal, Anita; Hansen, H.O.; Slizyte, Rasa; Carvajal, Ana Karina; Jouvenot, Laura; Hebrok, Marie; Honkapää, Kaisu; Wold, Jens Petter; Seljåsen, Randi; Aursand, Marit (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      A circular bioeconomy has become a global aspiration for governments in Europe and around the globe. This article pursues research questions concerning concrete innovations aiming to create bioeconomic transition options ...
    • Class Related Consumption and the Ability to Resist Commercial Temptations in the Age of Commercialism 

      Berg, Lisbet (SAGE Open;Volume 9, issue 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-06-12)
      Abstract This article investigates vulnerabilities related to commercial pressure and asks whether the ability to resist commercial temptations is class related. Four hypotheses are developed and tested in a nationally ...
    • Clothing Lifespans: What Should Be Measuredand How 

      Klepp, Ingun Grimstad; Laitala, Kirsi; Wiedemann, Stephen G. (Sustainability;Volume 12, Issue 15, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-08-02)
      Increasing the use of each product, most often called longer lifespans, is an effective environmental strategy. This article discusses how garment lifespans can be described in order to be measured and compared. It answers ...
    • Clothing Reuse: The Potential in Informal Exchange 

      Laitala, Kirsi; Klepp, Ingun Grimstad (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Reuse organized by non-profit and commercial actors is a strategy that recently received a lot of attention. This article discusses the question: what do we know about the amount of clothes that circulate outside the ...
    • Compliance with water advisories after water outages in Norway 

      Hyllestad, Susanne; Veneti, Lamprini; Bugge, Annechen Bahr; Rosenberg, Thea Grav; Nygård, Karin Maria; Aavitsland, Preben (BMC Public Health;19, Article number: 1188 (2019), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-08-15)
      Background Water advisories, especially those concerning boiling drinking water, are widely used to reduce risks of infection from contaminants in the water supply. Since the effectiveness of boil water advisories (BWAs) ...
    • 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 ...
    • Consumer Readiness to Reduce Meat Consumption for the Purpose of Environmental Sustainability: Insights from Norway 

      Austgulen, Marthe Hårvik; Skuland, Silje Elisabeth; Schjøll, Alexander; Alfnes, Frode (Sustainability;Volume 10, Issue 9, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-08-28)
      Food production is associated with various environmental impacts and the production of meat is highlighted as a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions. A transition toward plant-based and low-meat diets has thus ...
    • Contextualising food waste prevention - Decisive moments within everyday practices 

      Hebrok, Marie; Heidenstrøm, Nina (Journal of Cleaner Production;Volume 210, February 2019, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-11-16)
      Household food waste is a matter of increasing concern for policy makers and organisations because recent research has shown that consumers contribute to about half of the edible food wasted in the developed world. The ...
    • Cooking chicken at home: Common or recommended approaches to judge doneness may not assure sufficient inactivation of pathogens 

      Langsrud, Solveig; Sørheim, Oddvin; Skuland, Silje Elisabeth; Almli, Valerie Lengard; Jensen, Merete Rusås; Grøvlen, Magnhild Seim; Ueland, Øydis; Møretrø, Trond (PLoS ONE;15 (4): e0230928, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-04-29)
      About one third of foodborne illness outbreaks in Europe are acquired in the home and eating undercooked poultry is among consumption practices associated with illness. The aim of this study was to investigate whether ...
    • Coping with blackouts. A practice theory approach to household preparedness 

      Heidenstrøm, Nina Vatvedt; Kvarnlöf, Linda (Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management;Volume 26, Issue 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-06)
      This article focuses on how rural households cope with blackouts caused by winter storms. We approach the concept of household preparedness using a practice theory perspective, and argue that household preparedness is ...