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Published June 9, 2016 1:46 PM

In this article, Anne Lise Ellingsæter, Hege Kitterød and Jan Lyngstad investigate normative feedback of the extensive reforms in childcare services in the 2000s. From conditional attitudes to the suitability of institutional care, the majority view shifted towards ‘childcare services only’ being considered the best form of care for preschool-age children.

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Publisert 30. mai 2016 10:15

Willy Pedersen har skrevet en artikkel i Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift om Simone de Beauvoirs smertefulle kjærlighetsforhold til den amerikanske forfatteren Nelson Algren. Som mann var han viktigere enn Sartre, men Algren ble frosset fast i en maskulinitet som ikke lot seg forene med hennes feministiske prosjekt.

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Published May 23, 2016 9:55 AM

In this article Willy Pedersen and Anders Bakken analyze substance use patterns among adolescents in different parts of Oslo. Although those in the city's wealthy west have a much higher level of substance use than those in the poorer east, they use substances in a manner not indicative of large health-related risk - the opposite is true for those in the latter group.

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Publisert 11. mai 2016 14:20

Ragnvald Kalleberg har publisert en artikkel om sosiologiens historie i In Modernity - unity in diversity? Essays in honour of Helge Høibraaten. Han dokumenterer og drøfter Adam Smith (1723-1790) som en klassiker i sosiologiens historie.

Published May 9, 2016 8:42 AM

Eivind Grip Fjær, Willy Pedersen and Sveinung Sandberg have published an article in The British Journal of Sociology. They show how the russ - graduating Norwegian high-school students - transform old buses into rolling private nightclubs. Here they can party, partially free of the normal constraints of commercial nightlife and adult control

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Published Jan. 20, 2016 7:31 AM

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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