• Accumulation and inequality in China: What spaces for inclusion and welfare? 

      Nordhaug, Kristen (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2013)
    • Rethinking Education for All 

      Carm, Ellen (Sustainability;5 (8), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013-08-13)
      The rational for this paper is contextualized within a broader national and international agenda of reaching Education for All (EFA), knowledge transformation and production with an overall focus on Education for Sustainable ...
    • Hatretorikk: den intolerante språkbruken 

      Nilsen, Anne B Sølvberg (FLEKS-Scandinavian Journal of Intercultural Theory and Practice;1(01), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      The manifesto of the Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik is based on the “Eurabia” conspiracy theory. This theory is a key starting point for hate speech amongst many right-wing extremists in Europe, but also has ...
    • Elephants over the Cliff: Explaining Wildlife Killings in Tanzania 

      Mariki, Sayuni; Svarstad, Hanne; Benjaminsen, Tor A (Land Use Policy;44, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-03)
      Many incidents of elephant killings have recently taken place in Tanzania as well as in other African countries. Such events are usually presented as results of the rising global demand for ivory. As we show in this case ...
    • Utfordringer ved prima vista tolking i asylintervjuer 

      Felberg Radanovic, Tatjana (FLEKS-Scandinavian Journal of Intercultural Theory and Practice;2(1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Every year the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration (UDI) conducts approximately 10,000 interpreter-mediated asylum interviews in Norway. Each asylum interview ends with the interpreter providing a sight translation of the ...
    • Debatiendo conceptos con metodología etnográfica: el caso del 'clientelismo político' y la 'compra de votos' 

      Hagene, Turid (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Resumen: la autora explora y argumenta cómo la metodología etnográfica —principalmente la observación participante— arroja datos decisivos en la construcción de conceptos. Para ilustra - ción utiliza el caso del debate ...
    • Morphological Correspondences in the Reading-Writing Relation among L2 Learners 

      Tonne, Ingebjørg; Pihl, Joron (The Reading Matrix;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Studies show that morphological and lexical awareness is a particularly important variable for reading comprehension after the primary school years. Research on L1 students’ reading and writing competence has revealed ...
    • Medieantropologi 

      Helle-Valle, Jo (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Mens norsk antropologi stort sett har ignorert medier som forskningstema, har det vokst frem som et sentralt felt i internasjonal antropologi. Denne artikkelen er en oppfordring til det norske fagmiljøet om å ta del i denne ...
    • Means of Expressing and Implying Emotions and Impoliteness in Croatian and Montenegrin Public Discourse 

      Saric, Ljiljana; Felberg Radanovic, Tatjana (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2015)
      This article addresses means of expressing and implying emotions (Langlotz, Locher 2012) in realizations of impoliteness in written discourse thematizing language and identity in Croatian and Montenegrin media in 2010 ...
    • Tore Linné Eriksen og de store utviklingsspørsmålene 

      Nordhaug, Kristen (FLEKS-Scandinavian Journal of Intercultural Theory and Practice;2(2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      This article reviews some of Tore Linné Eriksen’s works within development studies/development research. In a recent introduction to development studies from 2013, he presented development research as a cross-disciplinary ...
    • Religion, worldview, and values in an international class 

      Hoaas, Geir (Journal of the European Teacher Education Network;10(2015), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Students attending the international course, “Multicultural Identity in a Global World” (MCI), in Oslo, come from many different European countries, some also from Asia, Africa, Latin-America or the USA. They meet and ...
    • Interpreted communication with young children in public sector service 

      Nilsen, Anne Birgitta (Translation & Interpreting;7(3), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Many areas of the public sector, including, for example, healthcare and social services, are experiencing a growing need for interpreters in order to enable or facilitate communication. Although public service interpreters ...
    • Youth at the Margins of Citizenship: A Review of European Youth Policy 

      Huang, Lihong; Holmarsdottir, Halla Bjørk (Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2015)
    • Reading skills for sight translation in public-sector services 

      Nilsen, Anne Birgitta; Monsrud, May-Britt (Translation & Interpreting;7(3), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Interpreters in public-sector services in Norway report that they sight translate almost every day; a mode of translation that requires well-developed reading skills. Nevertheless, in interpreter training programs and ...
    • Critical incidents and cultural relativism - tools for survival in foreign context? 

      Horntvedt, Tone; Fougner, Marit (Reflective Practice;16(2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-02-10)
      The aim of this study is to examine how physiotherapy students manage to convert and employ their intrinsic and extrinsic knowledge and skills in clinical contexts abroad outside Europe. The study is based on a qualitative ...
    • In the shadow of Anglobalization national tests in English in Norway and the making of a new English underclass 

      Thomas, Paul; Breidlid, Anders (Journal of Multicultural Discourses;10(3), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-06-30)
      This study argues that the recent ‘English revolution’ in Norway conflates with the growing standardization of education in the European Union (EU; e.g. the 1999 Bologna Treaty). This proliferation of English at the ...
    • Managing Religion in a Global World: The United Nation's ruling against Norwegian Religious Education 

      Thomas, Paul (Journal article; Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2015-08-19)
      In 2004, after a group of parents supported by the Norwegian Humanist Association and the Norwegian Islamic Council brought litigation against the state to the United Nations (UN), the mandatory teaching of religious ...
    • Deep Politics: Community Adaptations to Political Clientelism in 21st Century Mexico 

      Hagene, Turid; González-Fuente, Iñigo (Latin American research review;51(2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      The specific contribution of this study is to explore how a communitarian lifeworld prepares the ground for practices of political clientelism without requiring the “foundational favor” noted in other contexts. Based on ...
    • Profesjonsidentitet i et flerkulturelt helsevesen. Paradokser, grenser og ambivalens. 

      Daae-Qvale, Inger (Journal article; Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016)
      Healthcare professionals are trained to “do good”. Their role is to fulfil the welfare state’s objective of curing or alleviating health problems among the population. The training of healthcare professionals ...