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by Håkon Larsen
Håkon Larsen has written the chapter, "The crisis of public service broadcasting reconsidered: privatization and digitalization in Scandinavia" in this new collection of essays that brings a dramatically different perspective to bear on the contemporary 'crisis of journalism'.
This new book edited by Elin Skaar, Jemima Garcia-Godos and Cath Collins addresses current developments in transitional justice in Latin America – effectively the first region to undergo concentrated transitional justice experiences in modern times.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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