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Moltke Moes vei 31
Timothy R. Carter, Stefan Fronzek, Aino Inkinen, Ismo Lahtinen, Matti Lahtinen, Hanna Mela, Karen O’Brien, Lynn D. Rosentrater, Reija Ruuhela, Louise Simonsson and Emma Terama have investigated the potential impacts of climate change on elderly people in the Nordic region.
Eduardo S. Brondizio, Karen O'Brien, Xuemei Bai, Frank Biermann, Will Steffen, Frans Berkhout, Christophe Cudennec, Maria Carmen Lemos, Alexander Wolfe, Jose Palma-Oliviera and Cheng-Tung Arthur Cheng discusses how the creative tensions around the Anthropocene concept can help the research community to move toward new conceptual syntheses and integrative action-oriented approaches that are needed to producing useful knowledge commensurable with the challenges of global change and sustainability.
In this article, Solveig T. Borgen and Nikolai T. Borgen investigate whether a folk high school education prevents students from transfer and whether it makes students complete their first undergraduate education faster.
In this article, Nikolai T. Borgen shows that when the number of fixed effects is large, the computational speed is massively increased by using xtreg rather than regress to fit the unconditional quantile regression models
Ole Boe, Sofia Ellen Davidson, Fredrik A. Nilsen and Henning Bang has evaluated to what extent there is consistency between military cadet’s self-assessment and the observed behaviour during a combat fatigue course
Lars Böcker, Patrick van Amen and Marco Helbich has studied elderly daily mobility patterns
Lars Böcker and Toon Meelen have explored the motivations of people willing to participate in different forms of the sharing economy
Lars Böcker, Martin Dijst and Jan Faber investigate how and to what extent weather conditions affect transport mode choices, outdoor thermal perceptions and emotional travel experiences
Gunn Elisabeth Birkelund, Kristian Heggebø and Jon Rogstad investigates if unemployed minorities face an additive or a multiplicative disadvantage in hiring processes
Gunn Elisabeth Birkelund explores the concept of rational laziness, as a way to better understand actors’ decision making
Nan Zou Bakkeli addresses the question of whether income inequality has an impact on individuals' risks of having health problems in China
In this article Bai Xuemei, Sander van der Leeuw, Anantha Duraiappah, Karen O’Brien, Frans Berkhout, Frank Biermann, Eduardo S. Brondizio, Cristophe Cudennec, John Dearing, Marion Glaser, Andrew Revkin Will Steffen and James Syvitski have reflected upon the future of the Anthropocene
Jill Ahrens, Melissa Kelly and Ilse Van Liepmts research indicates that the majority of naturalised EU citizens onward migrate as a result of the discrimination and racism they experienced in their previous place of residence.
Researchers from Department of Sociology and Human Geography at UIO have contributed to the brand new International Encyclopedia in Geography.
Is there a difference between Nordic countries when it comes to offenders employment trajectories before and after imprisonment? Mikko Aaltonen, Torbjørn Skardhamar, Anders Nilsson, Lars Højsgaard Andersen, Olof Bäckman, Felipe Estrada and Petri Danielsson explores this issue further in an article for the British Journal of Criminology.
Victor Lund Shammas explores the pains of imprisonment in this article for the Wiley Online Library.
Ivar Frønes argues that modern youth work requires a revitalising of its roots in popular education, to function as popular education of the future.
Victor Lund Shammas has reviewed Fast Policy: Experimental Statecraft at the Thresholds of Neoliberalism by Jamie Peck and Nik Theodore.
Victor Lund Shammas has reviewed David Garland's book "The Welfare state".
Are Skeie Hermansen explores the causal relationship between childhood immigrants age at arrival and their socioeconomic outcomes as adults.
Anne Lise Ellingsæter and Lilja Mosesdottir takes on the previously tacit and little disputed ‘normalization’ of women’s part-time work, both in terms of its persistently high level and of the cultural values surrounding it.
You are what you eat, or so the saying goes. In this article Magne Flemmen, Johannes Hjellbrekke and Vegard Jarness analyse class cultures by mapping out differences in original taste.