Health promotion and global development
Literature- and information resources for health promotion and global development
Welcome to the library's subject pages for Health promotion and global development!
Click on the tabs below for more information about the different subjects.
Associated master programmes:
- Master's Programme in Global development Theory and Practice
- Specialisation in health promotion
- Specialisation in gender in global development
- Master's programme in health promotion
Associated research groups:
- Multicultural Venues in Health, Gender and Social Justice
- Social Influence Processes on Adolescent health (SIPA)
You can find literature from your required reading list either physically at the library, online through a search in Oria, or in some cases as downloadable files in the Literature Kiosk. To find physical and electronic books you can search for the title in Oria. You find the shelf placement for physical books under “Get it” where it says “Location”.
Health promotion topics
306.461 - Medicine and health
362 - Social problems and services
613 - Personal health and safety
614.4 - Epidemiology
155.3 - Sex psychology; psychology of people by gender or sex, by sexual orientation
305.3 - People by gender or sex
Global development topics
303.4 - Social change
304.2 - Human ecology
320 - Political science
333 - Economics of land and energy
338.9 - Economic development and growth
001.42 - Research methods
025.524 - Information search and retrieval
150.72 – Psychology - research
300 - Social sciences
362.10723 - Health care - descriptive research
401.41 - Discourse analysis
519.50285 - Statistical mathematics--personal computer programs (Books about SPSS)
Some of the University Library’s books are only available in digital format. There are different ways to find e-books.
By searching in Oria you will find most of the e-books we have access to. We still advice you to search directly in the e-book databases. Then your search words will be matched to fulltext (unless you choose to limit the search to «title», for instance). This will give you better chances of catching relevant literature where the title of the book does not reflect the topic you are searching for.
ProQuest Ebook Central (tidligere Ebrary)
Here we have access to books from many publishers. Usually you can download or print a percentage of pages of each book. With some titles you can download the full book for a 14-day loan onto your computer or e-reader for offline reading. If you create your own account at Ebrary it will give you access to more functions.
These are books published by the American Psychological Association. This database also has a large number of older, classic titles where the copyright has expired.
This is a database with both books and journals from Springer. Sorting options, such as Chapters you will find in the left margin of the results list. Most of the journals from Springer will be indexed in large index-databases, such as PsycINFO, Web of Science and MedLine.
In Oria you can search in the library’s printed and electronic collections; books, articles, journals, music, films, and more.
Here you can find a search guide for Oria with information about how to order and reserve books and renew loans, among other things.
Subject specific databases
Web of Science is an important database for health promotion. It is an interdiciplinary database where health promotion is one of many subject areas. Web of Science shows the complete reference list for all articles. You can also look up who has cited a given article.
If you wish to search in other databases, see the overview of literature and information resources for the subject are health promotion.
Search & Write
Are you going to write an assignment? Go to Search & Write to gather inspiration.
APA 6th (published by the American Psychological Association) is one of many standards / formats for academic literature. The style includes norms for structure in text, headlines, language use, citation practice, and citation format for different types of sources.
Help for correct APA-style:
The library has several copies of the APA-manual for borrowing, in addition to copies available for use in the library.
The web page Search & Write presents a Norwegian interpretation of APA 6th.
Version X8 (arrived November 2016) has a new layout, but the functionality is essentially the same as in X7. If you have X7 and wish to upgrade to X8, remember to uninstall X7 before you install X8.
EndNote-libraries created in X7 will work just fine with X8.
Here you can download EndNote on your own laptop
What is EndNote Online?
EndNote Online (also called EndNote Web) is a "light-version" of EndNote Desktop (EndNote desktop is software that you download, version X7 or X8). Usually the stand alone name EndNote is used for the desktop program, and Online is added for EndNote Online.
Get started with EndNote Online
Sharing an EndNote library (EndNote Desktop)
Sharing an EndNote library requires that the collaboratory individuals all have EndNote Desktop X8 or X7.2 or a more recent X7 version. It also requires that everyone uses text editing software able to function with EndNote. Word works across Windows / Mac. If everyone uses a Windows computer then Open Office Writer will also work, and if everyone uses a Macintosh computer Pages will work.
Read about how to share an EndNote library.
- Basic use of EndNote Desktop (course-handout)
- See University of Bergen’s guide (only available in Norwegian).
- Official support pages for the EndNote software (including a FAQ-page, Frequently asked questions)
- Ask at the front desk at the library or contact the library liaison for your field of study (see the bottom of this page).
APA 6th-UB for EndNote
Information about the style APA 6th-UB, and how to download it.
Courses in EndNote are provided through most of the study programs at the Faculty of Psychology.For more information, contact your library liaison (see the bottom of this page).
PhD on Track
From mapping out the literature to publishing.
Go to PhD on Track if you wish to know more about getting an overview of the literature in your subject area, or about publishing.
Phd on Track is divided into three modules:
- module one tackles effective ways of mapping out and systemizing research literature.
- module two is about the publishing process, featuring topics such as submitting your manuscript for publishing and questions about copyright issues.
- module three is about evalution and ranking of publication channels.
It is possible to select content using "My content" (ex. text, figures, etc.) and save as a pdf-file.