Eivind Grip Fjær
My main research interest is youth party practices. Currently I'm working with several major data sets consisting of interviews with young people who talk about drinking and partying. I also work with theoretical papers and ethnographic and survey data. My publications are listed at the bottom of this page and here.
Over the last few years I have reviewed manuscripts for Gender & Society, Addiction Research & Theory, Sociology of Health & Illness, Drugs: education, prevention, and policy, and Tidsskrift for ungdomsforskning.
I began working as a PhD research fellow at the University of Oslo the fall of 2014. Before that I worked a few months as a research assistant in the same department. The fall of 2013 I taught social science to social work students at Diakonhjemmet University College. I worked as a research assistant, studying nursing homes, at Norwegian Social Research from the fall of 2011 to the spring of 2013.
I graduated with an MA in sociology from the University of Oslo the fall of 2011, with a thesis on the social aspects of alcohol hangovers. I have been an exchange student to UC Berkeley the spring of 2009 and the academic year 2010-2011, the last time on a Fulbright scholarship.