I dette kapittelet i boken Forankring Fryder utgitt av Universitetsforlaget, argumenterer Per Gunnar Røe for at sosiokulturelle stedsanalyser kan gi et bedre grunnlag for demokratisk medvirkning i planprosesser.
In this article published in Politics and Governance, Manès Weisskircher and Anna-Sophie Heinze show that the AfD party is exceptional among the populist radical right (PRR) party family in that it sharply contradicts the “standard model” of PRR party organisation.
In this article published in Research Features, Andrea Nightingale argues that the global community should be debating key political questions such as, ‘who ought to govern change’, and ‘what knowledges do we need to understand uncertainty and change?’.
In this article published in Acta Sociologica Anne Lise Ellingsæter, Marianne Nordli Hansen and Ragni Hege Kitterød examine the time spent by parents on childcare activities.
In this article published in Current Sociology Willy Pedersen and Cahtrine Holst explore the rise of lay experts in Norwegian drug policy.
In this article published in Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Mari Hjorteset, Per Gunnar Røe and Terje Wessel examine urban patterns of car sharing supply and demand at neighbourhood level.
In this article published in City: Analysis of Urban Change, Theory, Action, Emma Arnold explores how sexualised outdoor advertising produces affect and space in the city and reflects on how these images may impact women’s experience of urban space.
In this article, published in Politics, Groups, and Identities, Manjana Milkoreit and Eunbin Chung focus on global citizenship as a specific social identity, seeking to connect ideology and social identity approaches.
In this article, published in The International Journal of Drug Policy, Willy Pedersen and his co-authors investigate the association between parental education and drug charges.
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.
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.
In this book chapter Per Gunnar Røe explores the relation between the pandemic and low-income status in Oslo and argues that social inequality, rather than density and public transport use, is most associated with contagion.
In this first volume of the open access journal Nordic Journal of Urban Studies you can find articles conserning urban life and its challenges by, among others, Per Gunnar Røe.
In this article, published in Current Sociology, Sigurd M. Nordli Oppegaard and Johan Fredrik Rye explore institutional de-differentiation in contemporary society through empirical material from Norwegian prisons.
In this special issue of Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, edited by Mette Andersson and Garbi Schmidt, you can find interesting articles by the editors and other contributors.
In this chapter of The Palgrave Handbook of Environmental Labour Studies, Camilla Houeland analyses dominant discourses and practices of fuel subsidy reform.
In this review article, published in Nature Sustainability, Manjana Milkoreit, James Patterson, Carina Wyborn, Linda Westman, Marie Claire Brisbois, and Dhanasree Jayaram critically review interdisciplinary social science literature to examine the political effects of emergency frames in sustainability.
In this article, published in PLoS ONE, Alexi Gugushvili, Grzegorz Bulczak, Olga Zelinksa and Jonathon Koltai explore the health effects of social mobility.
In this article, published in Social Science & Medicine, Alexi Gugushvili and Aaron Reeves argue that being more aware of inequality can negatively affect self-rated health.
In this article, publsihed in Quality of Life Research, Alexi Gugushvili and Ewa Jarosz aruge that the association between BMI and decreased life satisfaction is moderated by the contextual environment, and that the character of these effects differs by gender.
In this article, published in Public Health in Practice, Alexi Gugushvili explores the lessened equality of opportunity in developed countries, and calls for the decision makers rebuilding after COVID-19 to remember that inequality of opportunity is also a health issue.
Published in the Royal Geographical Society journal Area
Published in the book Global Reflections on COVID-19 and Cities, Volume 3: Public Space and Mobility.
Published in American Sociological Review, 2021
Published in Journal of Risk Research, 2021