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In this article published in European Societies, Anne Lise Ellingsæter and Ann-Zofie Duvander examine what the introduction of a familistic family policy measure like cash for childcare benefit means in the Nordic welfare states. The analysis displays diverse national policy processes and policy outputs and wide variation in parents’ responses to this policy incentive.
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In this article Eivind Grip Fjæra, Willy Pedersen, Tilmann von Soest and Paul Gray examine differences in the acceptability of visible intoxication among students in the UK and Norway, and to what degree possible differences reflect individual characteristics such as use of alcohol, perceived harm of alcohol consumption, and broader value orientation.
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In this article published in Built Environment Per Gunnar Røe has investigated the ideological foundation for the construction of a suburban estate in the 1970s, the mundane pragmatism of its inhabitants and how planning influences people's suburban experiences.
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Ragnvald Kalleberg has contributed the chapter ”Scientific Misconduct, Plagiarism, and Institutional Control of Misconduct” in this revised edition of the reference work of social and behavioral sciences.
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Per Gunnar Røe, Bengt Andersen & Oddrun Kristine Sæter have contributed the chapter "Trust and distrust in Oslo. Examining the relationship between the ideals of urban policy and the (re)actions of citizens" in this book which highlights the changing face of social sustainability and social disintegration in Scandinavian cities.
More information at www.nordicacademicpress.com
Ragnvald Kalleberg has contributed chapter 17: "Plagiarism as Violation of Law in Norway. On Inappropriate Juridification of Research Ethics". In a new book which discusses issues relating to integrity in research
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In this new book Ivar Frønes examines and brings together the various disciplines and perspectives on socialization in the life course approach and presents an analysis of socialization that advances our understanding of the process.
More information at www.springer.com
This new book, edited by Karen O'Brien and Elin Selboe, presents climate change as an adaptive challenge that is fundamentally linked to beliefs, values and worldviews, as well as to power, politics, identities and interests.
Bronwyn Hayward, Elin Selboe and Elizabeth Plew have compared and contrasted how young citizens currently conceive their rights and responsibilities in light of a changing climate in Norway and New Zealand,two high-consumption societies.
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In this paper published in Social Politics, Anne Lise Ellingsæter and Eirin Pedersen suggest a new approach to the study of family policy impact on fertility. This approach extends beyond the standard model of incentives and cost-benefit rationales, highlighting the importance of cultural schemas and institutional trust.
More information at oxfordjournals.org
Abdulkader Saleh Mohammad, senior research fellow at the Department of Sociology and Human Geography, presents in this book an analysis of the identity of the agro-pastoral Saho community in Eritrea, which was cemented during centuries of confrontation with Abyssinian rulers and by their rebellion against external domination.
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Grete Brochmann and Elena Jurado are the editors of a new book about European immigration policy. In this book, leading immigration experts question the effectiveness of countries selecting immigrants on the basis of national interests. Besides efforts to regulate the flow and rights of immigrants, they argue that governments across Europe need to devise labour market, welfare and immigration policies in a more integrated fashion.
Anne Lise Ellingsæter, An-Magritt Jensen og Merete Lie are the editors of a new book, The Social Meaning of Children and Fertility Change in Europe, which shifts the attention from fertility decline in Europe to why people do have children, asking what children mean to them.
In addition, Anne Lise Ellingsæter and Eirin Pedersen have authored the chapter, "Economic Risk, Fertility and the Welfare State: Understanding Individual Rationales".
Read more at routledge.com
I antologien The Costs of Children. Parenting and Democracy in Contemporary Europe, nylig publisert på forlaget Edward Elgar, har Anne Lise Ellingsæter bidratt med artikkelen Childcare Politics and the Norwegian Fertility ‘Machine’. Arnlaug Leira har bidratt med artikkelen Valuation of Children and Childcare.
Les mer på www.e-elgar.com
Edited by Kristian Stokke and Olle Törnquist "this book provides vauable insights on how democracy can be deepened and made to serve the interests of working people without sacrificing economic growth. The point of departure is Nordic social democracy, but the challenges of economic development, institution building and political mobilization in the Global South provide the context for understanding the book's core concern of transformative politics."
This volume edited by Chandra Lekha Sriram, Jemima García-Godos, Johanna Herman and Olga Martin-Ortega examines the complex relationship between peacebuilding and transitional justice through the lenses of the increased emphasis on victim-centred approaches to justice and the widespread practices of disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) of excombatants.
Edited by Mark Luccarelli and Per Gunnar Røe this volume offers a critical assessment of the urban environmental policy making approach to the development of Oslo. It describes the limitations and opportunities inherent in 'green Oslo' and suggests the need for much broader integrative approaches. It concludes by highlighting lessons which other cities might learn from Oslo.
You can read more about the book at ashgate.com
Arnlaug Leira is one of three editors of this two volume collection of articles on family policies.
‘A genuinely international and hugely valuable collection of papers on one of the most important strands in modern social policy scholarship. It also has a powerful editorial introduction that is likely to become a standard reference point.’ – Howard Glennester, London School of Economics, UK
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Grete Brochmann and Anniken Hagelund have edited and contributed to the book Immigration Policy and the Scandinavian Welfare State 1945-2010.
Torben Hviid Nielsen and Kenneth Dahlgren have contributed to the Monitoring Policy and Research Activities on Science in Society in Europe (MASIS) - Final synthesis report.
Professor Fredrik Engelstad has written the chapter «The Assignment of Political Office by Lot» In Lotteries in Public Life. A Reader, edited by Peter Stone.
Associate Professor Katrine Fangen at Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo, and Professor Ann Mari Sellerberg at Department of Sociology, Lund University in Sweden, have edited the anthology, Mange ulike metoder (Many Different Methods). The book is published simultaneously in Norway and Sweden by Gyldendal Akademisk and Förlaget Studentliteratur, and is now available in Norwegian books stores.