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Professors Fredrik Engelstad and Ragnvald Kalleberg have each written a chapter for this publication celebrating France's leading living sociologist, Raymond Boudon (retired from the Sorbonne). Also, a third Norwegian sociologist has contributed a chapter to this work of four volumes, professor Stein Ringen at Oxford University
Olle Törnquist, Kristian Stokke and Neil Webster
Series: Governance, Security and Development
The EUMARGINS project, led by Katrine Fangen has just had its first book published by Ashgate. 'Inclusion and Exclusion of Young Adult Migrants in Europe - Barriers and Bridges' explores the inclusion and exclusion of young adult immigrants across a range national contexts, including the Nordic welfare states, old colonial countries, Southern European nations and the Eastern European region. Scrutinising legal, policy and historical sources, as well as participation in labour market and education systems, this volume engages with multiple social arenas and spheres, to integrate research and provide a cohesive investigation of the dynamics of each national setting.
This book provides a comprehensive and insightful portrait of the 'Nordic model of welfare' - its history, characteristics and challenges in a globalized world. It illustrates the successful interplay of political, social and economic forces in the development of political and welfare institutions in the small and advanced open economies and egalitarian societies of Northern Europe.
What is the relationship between women and the welfare state? How do women reconcile paid work and family responsibilities? These questions are of central political concern to nearly all Western industrialised countries and have provoked considerable scholarly disagreement. In this timely book, Dr Arnlaug Leira presents both a theoretical and an empirical analysis of the relationship between women’s lives, employment practices and childcare provision.
A History of Immigration: The Case of Norway 900 - 2000.
Grete Brochmann Knut Kjeldstadli Oslo: Universitetsforlaget 2008 ISBN/ISSN: 9788215013138
Indicators of Children's Well-Being: Theory and Practice in a Multi-Cultural Perspective
Series: Social Indicators Research Series , Vol. 36
Ben-Arieh, Asher; Frønes, Ivar (Eds.)
Reprinted from SOCIAL INDICATORS RESEARCH, 80:1, 83:1 and 84:3 and CHILD INDICATORS RESEARCH, 1:1, 2008 2009, XII, 592 p., Hardcover
The Intersubjective Mirror in Infant Learning and Evolution of Speech
Stein Bråten University of Oslo Advances in Consciousness Research 76 2009. xxii, 351 pp. Publishing status: Available
Professor Grete Brochmann and Professor Arnlaug Leira have each contributed a chapter to this book that provides readers – students, researchers, academics, policy-makers, activists and interested non-specialists – with a sophisticated understanding of contemporary discussion, analysis and theorizing of issues pertaining to conflict, citizenship and civil society
Adapting to climate change is a critical problem facing humanity. This involves reconsidering our lifestyles, and is linked to our actions as individuals, societies and governments. This book presents the latest science and social science research on whether the world can adapt to climate change. Written by experts, both academics and practitioners, it examines the risks to ecosystems, demonstrating how values, culture and the constraining forces of governance act as barriers to action. As a state-of-the-art review of science and a holistic assessment of adaptation options, it is essential reading for those concerned with responses to climate change, especially researchers, policymakers, practitioners, and graduate students. Significant features include historical, contemporary, and future insights into adaptation to climate change; coverage of adaptation issues from different perspectives: climate science, hydrology, engineering, ecology, economics, human geography, anthropology and political science; and contributions from leading researchers and practitioners from around the world.
In recent years, scholars in international relations and other fields have begun to conceive of security more broadly, moving away from a state-centered concept of national security toward the idea of human security, which emphasizes the individual and human well-being. Viewing global environmental change through the lens of human security connects such problems as melting ice caps and carbon emissions to poverty, vulnerability, equity, and conflict. This book examines the complex social, health, and economic consequences of environmental change across the globe.
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Victoria Ingrid Einagel, Liz Bondi, et al.
England: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. 2002
Moskva: Moskvaforlaget MIK 2003
Ragnvald Kalleberg and Fredrik Engelstad (edit)
Oslo: Universitetsforlaget AS 1999
Hege M. Knutsen Jan Hesselberg, Rhys Jenkins, Jonathan Barton and Anthony Bartzokas
Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Limite 2002
ISBN/ISSN: 1 84064 540 7
Anne Krogstad, Kirsten Gomard (red.)
Aarhus: Aarhus University Press 2001
Fredrik Engelstad, Ragnvald Kalleberg, Arnlaug Leira, Grete Brochmann and Lars Mjøset (edit)
Stamford, Connecticut: JAI PRESS INC 2000
Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press 1976
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1998
Arnlaug Leira and Thomas P. Boje (edtitors)
London: Routledge 2000
Per J. Otnes
Oslo: Scandinavian University Press 1997
Ragnvald Kalleberg with IDE International research group
New York: Oxford University press 1993
Glenn R. Carroll og J. Richard Harrison
Princeton: Princeton University Press 2006
ISBN/ISSN: ISBN: 0-691-12482-5
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2006