Ongoing externally funded research projects using the DIGSSCORE facilities to collect data.
Can Fair Decision-Making Procedures Increase the Legitimacy of Democracies?
Senior researcher Sveinung Arnesen’s (NORCE) research project PROLEG (Can Fair Decision-Making Procedures Increase the Legitimacy of Democracies) addresses how democratic institutions and decision-making bodies should organize decision-making procedures and implementation procedures in order to make...
Exploring the imaginations and experiences of the refugee crisis
Susanne Bygnes received a FRIPRO Young Research Talents grant for the project "Imagining and Experiencing the 'Refugee Crisis'" (IMEX). Bygnes is an associate professor at the Department of Sociology, University of Bergen. Bygnes is affiliated with DIGSSCORE, and will use the DIGSSCORE facilities...
Public Perceptions of Carbon Capture and Storage
The research project "perCCSeptions" studies people's opinion and knowledge of carbon capture and storage technology.
Strengthening Regional Democracy - Contributing to Good Democratic Governance
Regional reform is constantly debated and implemented in Norway, Scandinavia, and across the whole of Europe. Very often, the main argument for implementing institutional reform is to improve representative democracy. Yet, when and how regional reform contributes to good democratic regional...
Terms of Agreement: The Challenge of Muslim Inclusion
TERMS is a research project that examines the willingness of the majority population to include Muslim minorities alongside demonization of Muslims, especially in online media. Is it possible that both openness to inclusion and anti-Muslim activism are features of our time? And if so, how can that...
The Challenge from Terrorism in the Nordic Countries: An analysis of citizens’ reactions, policy responses and legitimacy
Does the threat of terrorism lead to a ruder, more caustic political environment and an erosion of confidence in the authorities?
Studying Opinions and Societies Through Communicative Behavior Online
Stefan Dahlberg, professor at DIGSSCORE and the Department of Comparative Politics, received a grant for this project on studying opinions and societies using online data. For this project, they will use the Norwegian Citizen Panel to study open text answers in surveys.
LINGCLIM: Linguistic Representations of climate change discourse
The LINGCLIM research group undertakes research on language use related to the issue of climate change, energy transition and lifestyle issues, in a cross-disciplinary perspective.