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"We may find that systems that seem natural are really just unnecessary constructs," says Karen O'Brien, professor of human geography, who has researched what it takes for people to make changes in their lives.
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.
Rising between-workplace inequalities in high-income countries
Apr. 15, 2020
Are Skeie Hermansen is co-author of an article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on the results of a large international study on rising inequality.
Deliberative Systems Theory and Citizens’ Use of Online Media: Testing a Critical Theory of Democracy on a High Achiever
Apr. 6, 2020
In an article in Political Studies, Cathrine Holst and Hallvard Moe address some weaknesses in deliberative systems theory and argues for a refined version of the theory.