In this article in History and Anthropology Ola Gunhildrud Berta argues that cultural change is a discursive tool in which the people populating the ethnographic present use distinct representations of the past to address what is at stake here and now.
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In this book chapter Reetta Muhonen and OSIRIS researcher Silje Tellmann explore the challenges of reporting societal impacts for ex post evaluation purposes.
Kognitiv atferdsterapi (KAT) er en av de mest brukte psykologiske behandlingsformene.
Julia Szulecka and Nhat-Strøm Andersen are happy to share their new article Norway's Food Waste Reduction Governance: From Industry Self-Regulation to Governmental Regulation? that has just been published by Scandinavian Political Studies.
In this article OSIRIS researcher Brita Bye and Taran Fæhn study how more and better human capital can contribute to knowledge accumulation and structural change by means of a dynamic endogenous growth model, with Norway as a numerical case.
In this book chapter Per Gunnar Røe explores the relation between the pandemic and low-income status in Oslo and argues that social inequality, rather than density and public transport use, is most associated with contagion.
In this first volume of the open access journal Nordic Journal of Urban Studies you can find articles conserning urban life and its challenges by, among others, Per Gunnar Røe.
This paper suggests the concept of ‘the good economy’ as an analytical tool for investigating how economic practice is entangled in versions of the good.
In this article, published in Current Sociology, Sigurd M. Nordli Oppegaard and Johan Fredrik Rye explore institutional de-differentiation in contemporary society through empirical material from Norwegian prisons.
Klinisk Arbeidspsykologi handler om hvordan det kan legges til rette for at personer med psykiske helseutfordringer skal få mulighet for deltakelse i arbeidslivet.
Solar panels generate electricity, but do they generate political attitudes? Read Resul Ümit’s new article in Political Studies Review.
In this special issue of Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, edited by Mette Andersson and Garbi Schmidt, you can find interesting articles by the editors and other contributors.
Johanne Døhlie Saltnes
Anke Schwarzkopf has published a new article on the advancement of the EU’s role in multilateral negotiations at the UN General Assembly.
Andreas Eriksen has published a review of David Demortain’s book The science of bureaucracy: Risk decision making and the US Environmental Protection Agency
In this book, Camelia Dewan critiques development narratives of Bangladesh as a "climate change victim", and argues that Bangladesh's environmental crisis goes beyond climate change.
The #FridaysForFuture movement has attracted young activists around the world.
I denne artikkelen, publisert i Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift, diskuterer David Jordhus-Lier arbeiderens rolle i kampen mot klimaendringer.
In this chapter of The Palgrave Handbook of Environmental Labour Studies, Camilla Houeland analyses dominant discourses and practices of fuel subsidy reform.