In this entry in the Cambride Encyclopeida of Anthropology Thomas Hylland Eriksen argues that the anthropology of climate change represents a new approach to globalisation, that shifts the focus towards the ecological embeddedness of human life.
By Marta Bivand Erdal and Katrine Fangen
Published in Data Brief, 2021
Published in Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 2021
By Randi Solhjell and Eva Magdalena Stambøl
Jarle Trondal has co-authored a new article on mechanisms of artificial intelligence policy adoption.
Self-harm among adolescents, mostly girls, has increased in the last years.
Published in Patterns of Prejudice, 2021
By Katrine Fangen and Lisanne Lichtenberg
Resul Ümit has co-authored a new article in Innovation. The paper examines how individual-level climate perceptions correspond to a country's contribution to climate change and its ability to develop climate policies.
In this epidemiological investigation, we assessed the prevalence of depression and anxiety symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Tore Bjørgo
Speech is a critical means of negotiating political, adaptive interests in human society.
Published in Nordic journal of working life studies, 2021
By Markus Kaakinen, Atte Oksanen, Shana Kushner Gadarian, Øyvind Bugge Solheim, Francisco Herreros, Marte Slagsvold Winsvold, Bernard Enjolras, Kari Steen‐Johnsen
Helene Sjursen and Joachim Vigrestad have published a chapter in the new book The External Action of the European Union.
A research-based model for team development
ARENA researchers have contributed with two chapters in The Palgrave Handbook of European Referendums: Christopher Lord on referendums and democratic theory, and John Erik Fossum and Guri Rosén on the Norwegian EU referendums.
Published in The Extractive Industries and Society, 2021
Self-harm thoughts and behaviours (SHTBs) are a serious public health concern in young people.