Citizens and democracy
Citizens and democracy is a research group at the Department of Government.
Studies of opinion and society is the main interest. Elections, right wing populism, immigration and inclusion, political communication, gender, climate change and cleavages in class and geography are some of the themes researched by members of this research group.
Professor Elisabeth Ivarsflaten is the leader of the research group. DIGSSCORE, the infrastructure Digital Social Science Core facility, is led by the research group.
These webpages are under development, but you can read more about research, dissemination and the Norwegian Citizen Panel at DIGSSCORE's webpages.
Two new scientific positions announced at DIGSSCORE
DIGSSCORE is looking for new scientific staff! We are announcing one Tenure-track position in Political Science with deadline March 1st, and one Postdoctoral research fellow position in Political Science with deadline March 31st.
Increased support to EU membership and NATO's presence in Eastern Europe
In the Norwegian Citizen Panel questions about EU membership and NATO's presence in Eastern Europe, both before and after Russians invasion of Ukraine. In this short "Medborgernotat", "Citizen note", Endre Tvinnereim studies these data, and show the differences before and after the Russian invasion....