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Grete Brochmann believes that the Danes’ latest experimental policy to return refugees to Syria is also an extreme line in the European context.
But workers have become more invisible, researchers say. Twenty-seven social scientists have contributed to the book Arbeiderklassen (The working class).
In many countries, the current political opinions of different groups firmly oppose each other. A new study of two Norwegian Facebook forums points out how group discussions on social media may be pushing the boundaries.
Norwegian long-term study contradicts widespread perception about young people who never do anything wrong.
Manjana Milkoreit: "Social tipping processes towards climate action: A conceptual framework"
Oct. 19, 2021
In this article published in Ecological Economics, Manjana Milkoreit and her co-authors develop a framework to identify and characterize social tipping processes critical to facilitating rapid social transformations.
Cathrine Holst: "Descriptive representation of women in international court"
Oct. 18, 2021
In this article, published in Journal of Social Philosophy, Cathrine Holst re-visits Jane Mansbridge's approach to descriptive representation in light of recent discussions of women's representation in international courts.