- Parenting and childhood
- Mothering and fathering
- Gender studies
- Migration and transnational studies
- Child Welfare systems and Welfare State regimes
- Social Work: users and professionals' perspectives
- (2022). COVID-19: information access, trust and adherence to health advice among migrants in Norway. Archives of Public Health.
- (2021). Keeping silent or running away. The voices of Vietnamese women survivors of Intimate Partner Violence. Global health action. 10 pages.
- (2021). A qualitative study on the experiences of southern European immigrant parents navigating the Norwegian healthcare system. International Journal for Equity in Health. 1-12.
- (2020). ‘The more you go to the mountains, the better parent you are’. Migrant parents in Norway navigating risk discourses in professional advice on family leisure and outdoor play. Health, Risk and Society. 403-420.
- (2020). Self-legitimation and sense-making of Southern European parents' migration to Norway: The role of family aspirations. Population, Space and Place. 1-12.
Herrero-Arias, Raquel; Hollekim, Ragnhild; Haukanes, Haldis; Vagli, Åse Elisabeth. Mother Blame in Migration: The Experiences of Southern European Mothers in Norway. The European Scientific Association on Residential & Family Care for Children and Adolescents (EUSARF) Conference; October, 2018
Herrero-Arias, Raquel; Vagli, Åse Elisabeth. Mothering Experienced as an Object of Governmental Intervention. The Narratives of Romanian Mothers in Norway. The European Scientific Association on Residential & Family Care for Children and Adolescents (EUSARF) Conference; October, 2018
Herrero-Arias, Raquel, Hollekim, Ragnhild, Vagli, Åse and Haukanes, Haldis. 2019. The emotional journey of motherhood in migration. The case of Southern European mothers in Norway. In review.
Herrero-Arias, Raquel; Hollekim, Ragnhild and Haukanes, Haldis. 2019. Self-legitimation and sense-making of Southern European parents' migration to Norway: the role of faimly aspirations. Submitted.
This is a exploratory PhD project that aims to seek knowledge about the experiences that Southern European parents have when they raise their children in Norway. Data were collected through semi-structured narrative interviews and Focus Group Discussions. The main focus was on parents' navigations through parenting practices, ideals, values and expectations when they encounter social actors at family, institutional and community levels both in Norway and their countries of origin.