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In a new article in European Journal of International Relations, Erik O. Eriksen examines the concept of dominance in light of political differentiation, and further discusses political frameworks that can prevent dominance in the multi-level constellation of the EU.
By Julia Szulecka and Kacper Szulecki
Public commissions are intrinsic to the Norwegian political system, but the procedures for member selection are unclear. Based on existing research on public commissions and knowledge utilisation, Simen Andreas Nefstad Grinden questions how and why commission members are selected.
In this report, Marte Lund Saga analyses the social networks of Norwegian official advisory commissions. By using Social Network Analysis, she looks at changes in the network over time and asks whether experts have gained an increased influence over Norwegian policymaking.
In this edited book Arnd Schneider presents innovative ethnographic perspectives on the intersections between art, anthropology, and contested cultural heritage, drawing on the research groups from the interdisciplinary TRACES project.
By Tobias Bach and Kai Wegrich
Signe Howell presents three studies in her paper. They show the relationships between politics and kinship but each of them do not show correlation in kinship and socio-political organization.
Johanne Døhlie Saltnes
Guri Rosén has written the article 'Proving Their Worth? The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and the Members of the European Parliament', which is published in a special issue of the journal Politics and Governance. Rosén is editor of the issue, together with Christine Neuhold of Maastricht University.
ARENA researcher Guri Rosén and Christine Neuhold of Maastricht University are academic editors of 'Out of the Shadows, Into the Limelight: Parliaments and Politicisation', a special issue of the journal Politics and Governance.
Espen D. H. Olsen and Ragnhild Grønning explore different narratives on migration in Norwegian newspapers in a new article in the International Spectator.
Using qualitative data from Barpak, the epicentre of the 2015 earthquake, this article by Andrea J. Nightingale et al., examines the boundaries of state–society–citizen–environment.
Systematic analyses of initiatives and responses from mediators working with parents in intense conflicts about child custody and care brought forward variations in effective strategies.