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Martin D.Frederiksen text is leading the reader back and forth between observations on a place in its non-existence and detailed being, references to and analysis of nothingness versus nothing and the importance of a counterpart of nothing in everything. Katharina Stadler
Nefissa Naguib has contributed with a chapter that reviews the uses of family in the anthropology of Egypt. The chapter explains a shift from an anthropological critique of the discourse power of family toward the analytical treatment of family as a broader category of the ethnographic study.
The introducing article by the editors Cathrine Holst and Eva Krick focus on the empirical variations and normative implications of the socio-political ties of expert bodies in the special issue of the European Politics and Society.
Christopher Lord analyses whether independent central banking removes an important area of policy-making from the process of mass political representation in the article in the special issue of European Politics and Society.
Eva Krick explores the room for reconciliation between democratic and epistemic claims to modern policy-making in her article in the special issue of European Politics and Society.
Stine Hesstvedt and Johan Christensen examine the long-term developments in the involvement of interest groups and academics in Norwegian policy advisory bodies in the special issue of European Politics and Society.
Guri Rosén and Silje H. Tørnblad seek to answer questions, to what extent, and how, does expertise from the Commission influence the European Parliament’s positions in the article in the European Politics and Society.
Nadja Kühn and Jarle Trondal present a single case study that shows the profound and rising role of public administration in the multilevel governing system of the European Union (EU) in the Journal of European Public Policy.
The development of individual cognitive domains over time is not yet fully examined in first-episode schizophrenia (FES).
In this article in International Theory, Erik O. Eriksen spells out the transformative merit of deliberation and outlines a reason-based model of political decision-making applicable to international affairs.
In this report, Joachim Vigrestad identifies the institutional structure of EU's trade and sustainable development chapters and asks what principles of global political justice the EU is applying when promoting its trade and sustainable development agenda.
In this ARENA report, Martin Moland investigates the long-term effects of the Eurozone crisis on EU legitimacy in austerity countries.
By Peter K.Hatemi, Zoltán Fazekas
Traumatic events by young people can adversely affect their psychological and social well-being when left untreated.
This text by Nefissa Naguib is a study of Syrian refugees who crossed the Russian-Norwegian border by bicycle. Nefissa Naguib is co-editor with Maria C. Inhorn on the anthology Reconceiving Muslim Men
By Carl Henrik Knutsen, Magnus Bergli Rasmussen
These texts, with a contribution from María A.Guzmán-Gallegos, are written 'from the epistemic space of communities and movements against forms of capitalist globalisation and extractive operations'.(cf.Machado et al.)
I en ny bok Sentralforvaltningen. Stabilitet og endring gjennom 40 år analyserer Tom Christensen, Morten Egeberg, Per Lægreid og Jarle Trondal hvordan og hvor vellykket sentralforvaltningen virker.
Depression is a complex disorder with large interindividual variability in symptom profiles that often occur alongside symptoms of other psychiatric domains, such as anxiety.
Thomas Hylland Eriksen explores the ambivalence by telling the story of Gladstone, and relating it to the larger forces of economic globalization at the expense of vulnerable sea nature .
In this article Katrine Fangen and Mari Vaage explore Norwegian Progress Party politicians’ change of their rhetoric of immigration after the party for the first time became part of a coalition government in 2013.
In this article, Anders Underthun, Kristina Zampoukos and David Jordhus-Lier examine the changing employment relations in Norwegian warehouses, and conceptualises the increasing use of temporary agency workers as a redrawing of workplace geographies.
In this article, Cathrine Holst identifies underlying normative ideas of the Beijing +20 process and the EU’s approach.
Taking the case of the Norwegian petroleum industry as its vantage point, this book produced by the SIVAC project at TIK discusses the question of industrial transformations in resource-based industries.