Eilert Sundts hus
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Political Geographies of Citizenship er et temanummer av Norsk Geografisk Tiddskrift. Temanummeret har flere bidragsytere fra Institutt for sosiologi og samfunnsgeoggrafi, bl.a. Kristian Stokke og David Jordhus-Lier.
Henning Finseraas and Andreas Kotsadam
Torberg Falch, Astrid Marie Jorde Sandsør and Bjarne Strøm
Florian Klaus Diekert and Tore Schweder
Florian Klaus Diekert and Emmi Nieminen
Monique de Haan
John K. Dagsvik and Steinar Øyvind Strøm
Mikoaj Czajkowski, Nick Hanley and Karine Nyborg
Theodoros Rakopoulos contributes to a broader debate about cooperativism, how labor might be salvaged from market fundamentalism, and to emergent discourses about the 'human' economy.
Christianity has a long history of representing the morally good for the Ahamb people on the Island Vanuatu. Tom Bratrud refers to how Ahamb people understand their fellow human by using Christian moral standards.
This article by Maren Toft provides empirical evidence of residential pathways in the Oslo region over the life course; it does so by using population-wide data in a 24-year panel, while focusing on residency in affluent and deprived areas.
In this article Victor Shammas offer five lessons for a science of crime and punishment based on Pierre Bourdieu’s works.
John Erik Fossum has co-edited a special issue of the European Law Journal. From different perspectives all of the articles in this issue help to clarify what the crises have done to the European Union.
John Erik Fossum focuses on the legal and political mediation of the tension between self-rule and shared rule at the core of European integration in the special issue of European Law Journal.
Jørgen Bølstad has contributed with a chapter in the Routledge Handbook of Elections, Voting Behavior and Public Opinion on how informed or uninformed the electorate appears to be and how rationally citizens respond to new information.
The objective of this study was to provide knowledge about the emotional reactions in parents whose offspring experienced a mass shooting on Utøya island in Norway in 2011.
Indraneel Chakraborty, Rong Hai, Hans Holter and Serhiy Stepanchuk
Gunnar Bårdsen, Dag Kolsrud and Ragnar Nymoen
Kjell Arne Brekke, James Konow and Karine Nyborg