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Willy Pedersen, Eivind Grip Fjær, Paul Gray and Tilmann von Soest investigate how students in the UK and Norway perceive possible harms related to tobacco and alcohol—which are legal—and cannabis—which is illegal.
Willy Pedersen og Tilmann von Soest have found that socialization to smoking reflects a multifaceted process fuelled by low parental socioeconomic status.
Karen O'Brien draws attention to the emerging field of quantum social theory and consider its implications for climate change responses.
Aud R. Misund, Stein Bråten, Per Nerdrum, Are Hugo Pripp and Trond H. Diseth have detected a correspondence between early pregnancy complications and lower quality of preterm mother–infant interaction, and an association between high levels of maternal mental health problems and better quality in preterm mother–infant interaction.
Jørn Eigil Ljunggren adresses that the cultural field does not seem to be an ‘economic world reversed’, because individuals with economic class origins receive considerably higher incomes than others.
Sveinung Legard adresses that the experiences of participatory budgeting at the city and state level in Brazil suggest that it is wrong to overemphasize the uniqueness of the city and also to undervalue the special role the city might play in larger participatory processes.
Anniken Hagelund and Anne Skevik Grødem have explored how the issue of pension is framed in newspaper articles
Anniken Hagelund explores the consequences of more active and individualised welfare policies for conceptualisations of professionalism and competence in the welfare services.
Jan Grue reflects upon the categorisation, stigma and identity connected to disability policy.
Marielle Stigum Gleiss and Weiqiang Lin explore histographical questions on power, agency, and relations between the West and the Non-West in research on aviation and aeromobilities.
Is there a causal relationship between children's experience with larger sibships and their own fertility in adulthood? Sarah Cools and Rannveig Kaldager Hart examine this relationship further and finds that sizes of sibships in childhood affects men and women's fertility differently.
Marielle Stugum Gleiss takes on the political effects of the new discourse on Chinese migrant workers that emerged in the 2000s, and how this discourse is contested by an alternative discourse.
Ivar Frønes has investigated the relationship between educational failure in compulsory schooling and the risk of social exclusion
Christine Friestad and Torbjørn Skardhamar investigate similarities and differences regarding socio-economic background, criminal history and recidivism involving new crimes between rape offenders and three other groups: other sexual offenders, non-sexual violent offenders and other offenders.
Eivind Grip Fjær and Sébastien Tutenges scrutinize the research on extended youth parties to identify general changes that young people undergo at these events.
Miriam Evensen, Torkild Hovde Lyngstad, Ole Melkevik, Anne Reneflot and Arnstein Mylketun have found that mental health problems in adolescence reduce average earnings in adulthood.
What is the relationship between family policy and the threshold to enter parenthood? Anne Lise Ellingsæter and Eirin Pedersen bring new insight into the relationship between family policy and fertility.
In this article Ann-Zofie Duvander and Anne Lise Ellingsæter ask how we can understand growing family policy hybridisation in the Nordic welfare state
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