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Cathrine Holst has co-authored this article in Social Epistemology with Anders Molander. They discuss the conditions for legitimate expert arrangements within a democratic order and from a deliberative systems approach.
This study by Eva Krick depicts the German government’s strategy of building societal consensus on its 'energy transition'.
In this article in Cooperation and Conflict, Johanne Døhlie Saltnes argues that the European Union chose not to sanction Rwanda because of concerns over the negative impact of sanctions on the social and economic conditions in the country.
This article by Heidi Østbø Haugen draws on an ethnographic study of China–Ghana fashion jewellery export to elucidate how petty commodity chains are governed.
Magne Paalgard Flemmen, Maren Toft, Patrick Lie Andersen, Marianne Nordli Hansen and Jørn Ljunggren have investigated the recruitment into the upper class, analysing the impact of different forms of capital and modes of closure.
By using concepts of historic responsibility, Christopher Lord discusses whether decisions member states take together can constrain how any one of them can justifiably leave the EU in the article published in the Journal of European Integration.
In her contribution to European Enlargement across Rounds and Beyond Borders, Helene Sjursen suggests that an examination of the EU's enlargement decisions can provide important insights into the Union's own understanding or what it is or should be.
In this latest article in Journal of European Integration, Mai'a Cross argues that European external borders are actually becoming stronger, not weaker, despite the renewed emphasis on national borders within Europe.
In this article, Cathrine Holst and Johan Christensen address both empirical and normative questions about the changing role of academic knowledge on ad hoc advisory commissions through an analysis of Norwegian Official Commissions.
Johannes Becker and Andrea Schneider
Jemima Garcia-Godos has written a review essay on the books "Victims of International Crimes: An Interdisciplinary Discourse" by Thorsten Bonacker and Christoph Safferling, "Justice for Victims: Perspectives on Rights, Transition and Reconciliation" by eds. Inge Vanfraechem, Antony Pemberton and Felix Mukwiza Ndahinda and "Reparation for Victims of Crimes against Humanity: The Healing Role of Reparation" by ed. Jo-Anne M.Wemmers.
Whether and how societal structures shape individual psychology is a foundational question of the social Sciences.
In Signe Howells analysis of the Lio, she has argued that hierarchical relations must be understood in the relationship between adat (cosmology) and the Catholic Church.
Researchers from Department of Sociology and Human Geography at UIO have contributed to the brand new International Encyclopedia in Geography.
Is there a difference between Nordic countries when it comes to offenders employment trajectories before and after imprisonment? Mikko Aaltonen, Torbjørn Skardhamar, Anders Nilsson, Lars Højsgaard Andersen, Olof Bäckman, Felipe Estrada and Petri Danielsson explores this issue further in an article for the British Journal of Criminology.
Eva Krick presents a comprehensive assessment of input- and output-related dimensions of democratic legitimacy in her recent article. The study challenges the widespread assumption that the decision rule of ‘consensus’, whereby decisions are made by ‘tacit consent’, grants veto power to each participant.
Marianne Riddervold and Ruxandra-Laura Bosilca
Edited by Elin Haugsgjerd Allern and Tim Bale
Impairments in executive functions (EFs) are related to binge drinking in young adulthood, but research on how EFs influence future binge drinking is lacking.
Jonas Kure Buer sheds light on a pivotal moment in the history of rheumatology, while modelling an anthropological approach to drug categories as meaning-making Devices
Håkon E. Normann and Jens Hanson have published the article on “The role of domestic markets in international technological innovation systems” in Industry and Innovation.