Recent Submissions

  • Newly Arrived Migrant Women’s Experience of Maternity Health Information: A Face-to-Face Questionnaire Study in Norway 

    Bains, Sukhjeet; Sundby, Johanne Sommerchild; Lindskog, Benedikte V; Vangen, Siri; Sørbye, Ingvil K. (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH);Volume 18 / Issue 14, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07-15)
    Limited understanding of health information may contribute to an increased risk of adverse maternal outcomes among migrant women. We explored factors associated with migrant women’s understanding of the information provided ...
  • Where ordinary laws fall short: ‘riverine rights’ and constitutionalism 

    Macphersomn, Elizabeth; Borchgrevink, Axel; Ranjan, Rahul; Vallejo Piedrahita, Catalina (Griffith Law Review;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-09-29)
    Laws that recognise rivers and their ecosystems as legal persons or subjects with their own rights, duties and obligations have been associated with theories of environmental constitutionalism. However, the extent to, and ...
  • Hate speech in Intercultural Encounters. Introduction 

    Nilsen, Anne Birgitta; Pirtskhalava, Ekaterine; Ekaterine, Basialaia (FLEKS - Scandinavian Journal of Intercultural Theory and practice;Vol. 7 No. 1 (2020): Hate speech in intercultural encounters, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-09-15)
    The issue of hate speech has been a topic of international debate—most frequently in the domains of law, philosophy and language. Different issues linked to changes in society, ranging from the proliferation of social ...
  • Nedsettende – og innafor? Læreres erfaringer med elevers bruk av stereotypier og fordomsuttrykk i klasserommet 

    Myrebøe, Tonje (Nordisk tidsskrift for pedagogikk og kritikk;Volum 7 | 2021, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-06-30)
    Denne artikkelen drøfter 20 læreres erfaringer med elevers bruk av stereotypier og fordomsuttrykk i ungdomsskolen og videregående skole. En sosialpsykologisk tilnærming åpner for å undersøke stereotypier og fordomsuttrykk ...
  • Intellectual disabilities and offending behaviour: the awareness and concerns of the police, district attorneys and judges 

    Søndenaa, Erik; Olsen, Terje; Kermit, Patrick Stefan; Envik, Robert; Dahl, Nina Christine (Journal of Intellectual Disabilities and Offending Behaviour;Volume 10, Issue 2, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-08-08)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the awareness of intellectual disabilities (ID) amongst professionals in the criminal justice system (CJS) and their knowledge of those persons, either as victims, witnesses, ...
  • Education to transform the world: limits and possibilities in and against the SDGs and ESD 

    Griffiths, Tom G. (International Studies in Sociology of Education;Volume 30, 2021 - Issue 1-2, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-12-08)
    The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a significant marker in global efforts to universalise a conception of ecologically sustainable human development. SDG 4?s expanded vision of quality education ...
  • Other-initiations of repair in Norwegian Sign Language 

    Skedsmo, Kristian (Social Interaction - Video-Based Studies of Human Sociality;Vol. 3, Issue 2, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-08-20)
    During the last five decades, a substantial amount of research has been conducted into conversational repair (Schegloff, Jefferson, & Sacks, 1977), and especially other-initiation of repair (OIR). A vast part of the research ...
  • Association between Maternal Origin, Pre-Pregnancy Body Mass Index and Caesarean Section: A Nation-Wide Registry Study 

    Jatta, Fatou; Sundby, Johanne; Vangen, Siri; Lindskog, Benedikte V; Sørbye, Ingvil Krarup; Owe, Katrine Mari (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health;volume 18, issue 11, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-06-01)
    Aims: To explore the association between maternal origin and birthplace, and caesarean section (CS) by pre-pregnancy body mass index (BMI) and length of residence. Methods: We linked records from 118,459 primiparous women ...
  • Perceived consequences of healthcare service decentralization on access, affordability and quality of care in Khartoum locality, Sudan 

    Noory, Bandar; Hassanain, Sara A.; Edwards, Jeffrey; Lindskog, Benedikte V (BMC Health Services Research;21:581, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-06-17)
    Background: Decentralization of healthcare services has been widely utilized, especially in developing countries, to improve the performance of healthcare systems by increasing the access and efficiency of service delivery. ...
  • Blurred Lines: The Ambiguity of Disparaging Humour and Slurs in Norwegian High School Boys’ Friendship Groups 

    Johannessen, Elise Margrethe Vike (Young;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-04-25)
    This article examines the use of disparaging humour and slurs in Norwegian high school boys’ friendship groups to shed light on the complexity of adolescent males’ friendships and everyday socialization through a phenomenon ...
  • Multiple Other-Initiations of Repair in Norwegian Sign Language 

    Skedsmo, Kristian (Open Linguistics;volume 6, issue 1, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-12-13)
    Not all other-initiations of repair (OIR) are instantly followed by a functional self-repair that restores the progress of the conversation. Despite previous observations of OIRs generally leading to restored progress after ...
  • Fight for focus: attention and agency in sight-translated interaction 

    Havnen, Randi (Perspectives, studies in translation theory and practice;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03-12)
    This paper presents an analysis of three roleplayed interpreted institutional meetings in which sight translation is part of the interaction. The analysis is based on multimodal (inter)action analysis and utilises the ...
  • Reading radical environmental justice through a political ecology lens 

    Svarstad, Hanne; Benjaminsen, Tor A (Geoforum;Volume 108, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-11-29)
    Environmental justice (EJ) and political ecology (PE) have grown during recent decades to become leading critical approaches to socio-environmental analyses. The two fields share a history of pluralism and an openness to ...
  • Chocolate, identity and extreme speech online: An analysis of linguistic means in online comments in Croatia and Serbia 

    Felberg Radanovic, Tatjana; Saric, Ljiljana (Scandinavian Journal of Intercultural Theory and Practice (FLEKS);Vol. 7 No. 1 (2020): Hate speech in intercultural encounters, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-02-12)
    In this article the phrase “extreme speech” is used to encompass both hate speech and impoliteness. Legislation against hate speech has been passed in many countries, while work on defining phenomena related to hate speech ...
  • Exploring the consequences of decentralization: has privatization of health services been the perceived effect of decentralization in Khartoum locality, Sudan? 

    Noory, Bandar; Hassanain, Sara A.; Lindskog, Benedikte Victoria; Elsony, Asma; Bjune, Gunnar Aksel; Bjune, Gunnar (BMC Health Services Research;20, Article number: 669 (2020), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-07-20)
    Background: The health system of Sudan has experienced several forms of decentralization, as well as, a radical reform. Authority and governance of secondary and tertiary health facilities have been shifted from federal ...
  • European Female Supporters of the Islamic State: A Multimodal Discourse Analysis of their Facebook Profiles 

    Nilsen, Anne Birgitta (Nordic Journal of Religion and Society;Volume 33, No.1-2020, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-05-26)
    This article presents multimodal discourse analyses of Facebook profiles set up by European women who support the Islamic State (ISIS). The research question guiding the analyses is: What types of discourses, modes and ...
  • Assistive activity technology as symbolic expressions of the self 

    Pedersen, Heidi; Søderstrøm, Sylvia; Kermit, Patrick Stefan (Technology and Disability;Vol. 31, no. 3, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    Different types of assistive technologies can support participation for people with disability; nonetheless, technology can break with peoples self-image, sometimes resulting in technology abandonment. OBJECTIVE: This ...
  • Advocating causal analyses of media and social change by way of social mechanisms 

    Helle-Valle, Jo (Journal of African Media Studies;Volume 11, Number 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    Studies of (new) media and social change should strive to introduce causality into the analysis. Studies relying on quantitative data tend to provide either too simplistic explanations or just point to correlations while ...
  • «Ubehagets pedagogikk» – en inngang til kritisk refleksjon og inkluderende undervisning? 

    Røthing, Åse (FLEKS;Vol 6 No 1, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    “Pedagogy of discomfort” was first introduced by Boler in 1999 as a teaching practice that invites educators and students to engage in critical inquiry regarding values and norms, and to examine constructed self-images and ...
  • Fremmedkrigere og terror 

    Gule, Lars (Kritisk juss;ÅRGANG 45 nr. 1,, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    En rekke såkalte fremmedkrigere har blitt dømt de siste årene etter relativt nye terrorbestemmelser i norsk strafferett. Disse personene har blitt domfelt etter opphold i Syria hvor de skal ha vært i kontakt med grupper ...

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