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  • Recognising Recognition in Climate Justice 

    Benjaminsen, Tor A; Svarstad, Hanne; Shaw of Tordarroch, Iselin (IDS Bulletin;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-10-28)
    We argue that in order to achieve climate justice, recognition needs to be given more attention in climate research, discourse, and policies. Through the analysis of three examples, we identify formal and discursive ...
  • Allah, Villa, Volvo: Muslim Professionals in the Nordic Countries and Their Financial Attitudes and Practices 

    Brekke, Torkel; Larsen, Malik Christian. (Open Library of Humanities;Volume 6 • Issue 2 • 2020, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-07-21)
    Some Muslims believe that Islam prohibits interest-bearing finance, including bank loans. What consequences might such ideas have for the lives of Muslims in the West? More specifically, we ask: what are the attitudes and ...
  • Hvilken kropp? Tolkefaget i samtale med medisinsk antropologi 

    Sagli, Gry; Felberg Radanovic, Tatjana (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2022-06-28)
    In this essay we argue that the concept of the human body has seemingly been taken for granted in interpreting studies. The available research literature mainly explores body language, like gaze, gestures, and proximity, ...
  • Countering or contributing to radicalisation and violent extremism in Kenya? A critical case study 

    Breidlid, Torhild (Critical Studies on Terrorism;Volume 14, 2021 - Issue 2, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07-01)
    In this article, I argue that the “theological and social-psychological radicalisation model”, which has been primarily used in a Western context, has influenced the strategies used by the Kenyan government to explain and ...
  • Confluences of Street Culture and Jihadism: The spatial, bodily and narrative dimensions of radicalization 

    Linge, Marius; Sandberg, Sveinung; Tutenges, Sébastien (Terrorism and Political Violence;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-03-22)
    Research on the new crime-terror nexus has focused on examining the confluences of criminal and jihadist milieus. This article contributes to this research, using insights from criminological theory and analyzing data from ...
  • Preventing violent extremism in Kenyan schools: Talking about terrorism 

    Breidlid, Torhild (Journal for Deradicalization;No. 27: Summer 2021, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-06-24)
    This article focuses on what teachers and students in Kenya consider the best ways to prevent violent extremism. Two common approaches to preventing violent extremism through education are discussed. The first approach is ...
  • Critical climate education: Studying climate justice in time and space 

    Svarstad, Hanne (International Studies in Sociology of Education;Volume 30, 2021 - Issue 1-2, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-02-17)
    What education should children and youth be offered about climate mitigation choices? Drawing on critical pedagogy, political ecology, and environmental justice, I here suggest the elaboration of a critical climate education ...
  • Contesting religious boundaries at school: A case from Norway 

    Johannessen, Elise Margrethe Vike (Critical Research on Religion;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-10-22)
    This article examines the experiences of Norwegian high school girls with Muslim backgrounds in learning about Islam in religious education (RE). The empirical material consists of observations from a high school class in ...
  • How to Use Comic-Strip Graphics to Represent Signed Conversation 

    Skedsmo, Kristian (Research on Language and Social Interaction;Volume 54, 2021 - Issue 3, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07-26)
    This article explores comic-strip-inspired graphic transcripts as a tool to present conversational video data from informal multiperson conversations in a signed language, specifically Norwegian Sign Language (NTS). The ...
  • Muslim narratives of desistance among Norwegian street criminals: Stories of reconciliation, purification and exclusion 

    Linge, Marius (European Journal of Criminology;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05-25)
    Stories about sin, regret and forgiveness are fundamental in Islam and other world religions. Islamic revivalism mediates a redemption narrative tailored to street criminals who want to break with the cycle of stigmatisation, ...
  • Dialogue between epistemologies as quality education. Integrating knowledges in Sub-Saharan African classrooms to foster sustainability learning and contextually relevant education 

    Seehawer, Maren; Breidlid, Anders (Social Sciences & Humanities Open;Volume 4, Issue 1, 100200, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-09-14)
    The article aims to contribute to the ongoing debate on quality education with regard to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4. The authors suggest that heterogeneity and plurality of epistemologies in Sub-Saharan African ...
  • SoGo Survey, una herramienta online de recogida de datos adecuada para el trabajo de campo 

    Abad Colom, Maria (Chapter; Peer reviewed; Conference object, 2018)
    Las encuestas en papel están quedando obsoletas en investigación doctoral, y se impone el uso de un medio electrónico que permita recoger datos de manera sencilla, precisa, y sobre todo rápida. La aplicación SoGo Survey ...
  • Obstetric anal sphincter injury by maternal origin and length of residence: a nationwide cohort study 

    Sørbye, I.K.; Bains, Sukhjeet; Vangen, Siri; Sundby, Johanne Sommerschild; Lindskog, Benedikte V; Owe, Katrine Mari (BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology;Volume 129, Issue 3, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-10-28)
    Objective: To estimate the association between maternal origin and obstetric anal sphincter injury (OASI), and assess if associations differed by length of residence. Design: Population-based cohort study. Setting: ...
  • This is what I learned about the body on social media: PETE students’ experiences with body pressure and body positivity 

    Langnes, Tonje Fjogstad; Walseth, Kristin (Sport, Education and Society;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-01-12)
    In physical education (PE), learning about and with the body is central. During their physical education teacher education (PETE) program, students are presented with different understandings and practices regarding the ...
  • Challenges and barriers to optimal maternity care for recently migrated women - a mixed-method study in Norway 

    Bains, Sukhjeet; Skråning, Susanne; Sundby, Johanne Sommerschild; Vangen, Siri; Sørbye, Ingvil; Lindskog, Benedikte V. (BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth;21, Article number: 686 (2021), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-10-07)
    Background: Migrant women are at increased risk for complications related to pregnancy and childbirth, possibly due to inadequate access and utilisation of healthcare. Recently migrated women are considered a vulnerable ...
  • Teachers’ use of open questions: investigating the various functions of open questions as a mediating tool in early literacy education 

    Svanes, Ingvill Krogstad; Andersson-Bakken, Emilia (Education Inquiry;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-11-22)
    This study identifies the various functions of open questions in whole-class teaching in language arts classrooms in primary school, and it explores how these questions may work as a mediating tool. Open questions are ...
  • Back to the Future? Charting Features of the Not-So-New Convergence in Aidland 

    Pahle, Simon (Forum for Development Studies;Volume 48, 2021 - Issue 1, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-12-12)
    During the last decade, the liberal paradigm, hegemonic in development assistance from the 1980 and well into the 2000s, has seen a fracturing. Rather than an impasse or outright conflict between ‘aid with Chinese ...
  • 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 ...

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