The green shift is creating losers in the labour market. What do people who are in danger of losing their jobs think about Norwegian climate policy?
Emma Arnold intended to look for graffiti and street art, but advertisements interfered.
In the ERC Consolidator Grant project "Societal openness, normative flux, and the social modification of heritability" Lyngstad will look at the importance of genetics, environments and their interactions in family demography and social stratification
There are major differences in people's wealth in Norway, and the biggest differences are in Oslo, according to Associate Professor Øyvind N. Wiborg.
New PROMENTA colleagues at the Department of Sociology and Human Geography
Dec. 18, 2019
Earlier this fall, PROMENTA was joined by two new doctoral research fellows at the Department of Sociology and Human Geography. Liridona Gashi and Eirik Jerven Berger are both part of the Drug Policy Reform research group at PROMENTA, and will be supervised Professor Willy Pedersen and Professor Sveinung Sandberg.
Eilert Sundt Lecture 2019: The revenge of places that don't matter
Nov. 13, 2019
How does the rising discontent affect political behavior in the EU? And how do people from the so-called "places that don't matter" - vent their anger against the system at the ballot box?
Postdoctoral Fellow/Researcher in Sociology
Department: The Department of Sociology and Human GeographyFaculty: Faculty of Social SciencesLanguages: EnglishDeadline: Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Postdoctoral Fellow in Human Geography
Department: The Department of Sociology and Human GeographyFaculty: Faculty of Social SciencesLanguages: EnglishDeadline: Sunday, March 15, 2020