In this review article, published in Nature Sustainability, Manjana Milkoreit, James Patterson, Carina Wyborn, Linda Westman, Marie Claire Brisbois, and Dhanasree Jayaram critically review interdisciplinary social science literature to examine the political effects of emergency frames in sustainability.
Publikasjoner - Side 4
In this article, published in PLoS ONE, Alexi Gugushvili, Grzegorz Bulczak, Olga Zelinksa and Jonathon Koltai explore the health effects of social mobility.
In this article, published in Social Science & Medicine, Alexi Gugushvili and Aaron Reeves argue that being more aware of inequality can negatively affect self-rated health.
In this article, publsihed in Quality of Life Research, Alexi Gugushvili and Ewa Jarosz aruge that the association between BMI and decreased life satisfaction is moderated by the contextual environment, and that the character of these effects differs by gender.
In this article, published in Public Health in Practice, Alexi Gugushvili explores the lessened equality of opportunity in developed countries, and calls for the decision makers rebuilding after COVID-19 to remember that inequality of opportunity is also a health issue.
Mission-oriented innovation policies have become a topic of much debate recently. In this research perspective, the authors reflect on reflect on what missions are, their positive and negative effects, and how they can be studied empirically.
Vaskelainen and colleagues explore what types of companies can exploit servitisation opportunities and how digitalisation affects inter-company relationships during these opportunites
In this article in Regional Studies, the authors study the effects and importance of ‘institutional relatedness’ on the development of renewable energy cooperatives in Germany.
Punt, Kollem, Hoekman, and Frenken explore factors that impact platforms’ decisions on where to locate their activities. They do this through a case study on Uber.
In this review article, the authors perform a comparative bibliometric study of the concepts circular economy and sharing economy.
Maternal brain adaptations occur in response to pregnancy, but little is known about how parity impacts white matter and white matter ageing trajectories later in life.
Johanne Døhlie Saltnes has published a new book systematically analysing the EU’s commitment to a human rights-based approach to development through the lens of global justice theory.
How do people describe the psychological sense of community (PSOC) in the present day ideological climate of globalising neo-liberalism, assuming that people are essentially individualistic, that solidarity, social commitment, and citizenship are not natural dispositions, as we all are the lonely citizen?
Chris Lord has published a new article on differentiated integration in the EU. When is it a source of autonomy and when is it a source of domination?
Through dynamic transactional processes between genetic and environmental factors, childhood and adolescence involve reorganization and optimization of the cerebral cortex.
Stipendiat ved Sosialantropologisk institutt Ola Gunnhilrud Berta har sammen med Erik Dehle og Anders Mølster Galaasen utgitt denne reviderte utgaven av Sosio, et læreverk til programfaget sosiologi og sosialantropologi i videregående skole.
In this report, Elena Escalante Block examines when and how state aid cases become politicised or depoliticised in the EU's system of Multilevel Governance. More specifically, it demonstrates how state-aid cases can serve as ‘trigger moments’ in the politicisation/depoliticisation and legitimation/delegitimation of the European Union.
Resul Ümit has published a new article on the electoral effects of security force casualties in terror attacks.
Å snakke om egne erfaringer og det som er vanskelig er ikke alltid lett for barn og ungdom.
Published in the Royal Geographical Society journal Area