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Does internationalization of the labour market pose a threat to the Norwegian model? In this article, Lekve examines this question through an analysis of the strike in Norse Production during the autumn of 2017.
In Media City Bergen, master students can collaborate with companies such as TV 2 Digital, NRK, Vimond, Bergens Tidene, Mjoll and Everviz.
In her master's project Amber Nordholm is looking at the social impact of the renewable energy transition through a case study in Portugal.
Will study youth and digital detox.
Professor Ishtiaq Jamil with new book on gender mainstreaming in South Asia
Christensen and Lægreid studies the conflict that followed the reorganization of Statistics Norway
– Most often the priviliged are the winners in politics, and who is priviliged depends on gender, says professor Ragnhild Muriaas, who has lead the research project Money Talks.
Despite calls for bridging the gap between the sociology of social class and the sociology of elites, there are few examples where this actually has been done. This article seeks to do so by applying approaches and statistical techniques commonly used in studies of social mobility in an analysis of circulation mobility in elite formations.
Lægreid with chapter on public administration research in Norway.
PhD Candidate Akram Hossain coauthor chapter on democratic participation in Bangladesh in new book.
Christensen and Lægreid with new publication on Coordination Quality
James Hathaway sheds new light on change within public accountability organizations in Zambia
Public connection in, the informed citizen out.
In this chapter, Hjellbrekke and Korsnes discusses how the homology thesis can be investigated statistically by turning to two variants of geometrical data analysis: MCA and class specific MCA (Le Roux og Rouanet 2010). In particular, class specific MCA (herafter CSA ) is a methodological innovation that allows us not only to explore the relation between the field of power and its subfields, but... Read more
Taking the risk-choice-freedom-paradox as theoretical starting point and drawing on empirical research from the international HORIZON 2020 research project on youth mobility – MOVE – we scrutinise young people’s general international mobility experiences and, specifically, the interrelatedness of risks, choices and freedom under mobility.
Social anthropologists highlight how Norwegian energy companies handle their responsibility abroad.
The future is urban – and the future is already here!
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