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John Erik Fossum is published in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics with an article on Norway and the European Union.
Based on fieldwork conducted at the only immigration detention centre in Norway, Liridona Gashi, Willy Pedersen and Thomas Ugelvik write about time as an important element of the the detainees' coping strategies in an article in Theoretical Criminology.
In an article in Science and Public Policy, Eva Krick, Johan Christensen and Cathrine Holst show that there is an overall shift in temporary policy advisory committees in Norway towards science- and expertise-based governance and towards an increasing openness and public engagement.
In this report, Sunniva Unn Hustad analyses the EU's perspective on the financing of sustainable development, and discusses whether it is compatible with ideas of global justice.
In this book Robin Leichenko and Karen O’Brien present current and emerging thinking on the social dimensions of climate change.
In a chapter titled "Norway: Ethnic (In)equality in a Social-Democratic Welfare State", Liza Reisel, Institute for Social Research, Are Skeie Hermansen and Marianne Takvam Kindt, University of Oslo / FAFO offer a systematic review of social science research in Norway on ethnic inequalities in education, from the period 1980–2017.
Attentional bias modification (ABM) may lead to more adaptive emotion perception and emotion regulation.
By John Gerring and Carl Henrik Knutsen
Espen D. H. Olsen and Agustín José Menéndez in their new book Challenging European Citizenship: Ideas and Realities in Contrast (Palgrave) criticize the way in which European citizenship is imagined and practiced.
New INTRANSIT paper in Research Policy investigates digital innovation.
The close connection between psychology and human rights is discussed through a presentation of the Human Rights Committee in the Norwegian Psychological Association.
Marianne Nordli Hansen and Øyvind Nicolay Wiborg have studied the association between class origin, wealth transfers, and wealth accumulation, with a focus on money transfers to Norwegian young adults. The study is presented in article in the European Sociological Review.
Bernt Bratsberg, Andreas Moxnes, Oddbjorn Raaum, & Karen Helene Ulltveit-Moe
Thor O. Thoresen & Trine E. Vattø
Ragnar Nymoen, Kari Pedersen, & Jon Ivar Sjåberg
Harald Minken & Bjørn Gjerde Johansen