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Raising the question of dignity through knowledge about tacit practices and politics: sharing learning from the Norwegian welfare state
(Foundation of Nursing Studies, 2017)
The focus of this special issue is some of the main tacit policies and practices in the Norwegian welfare state. By looking at what is tacit, mute, unarticulated and neglected we will contribute to raising and presenting ...
How to sit on Two Sides of the Table? Swedish and Norwegian Unions’ Approaches to Representative Worker Participation during the 20th Century
(Roskilde Universitet, 2014-08)
To this day, participation rights in Sweden have been reserved for union members both on the company level and on the board level, while all employees in companies, which are covered by respective agreements and laws, have ...
Paid and unpaid work in the Norwegian Welfare state - the case of the lone mother allowance
(Editura Universității din București, 2015)
In much of the literature, the Nordic states are presented as models for womanfriendly and gender equality policy. Differences between the gendered dimensions among the Nordic countries are less frequently explored. From ...
Political motivations for intra-European migration
(Nordic Sociological Association, Sage Publications, 2016-08-07)
Motivations for migrating within the European Union have mainly been attributed to economic, career and lifestyle choices. This article suggests that political dissatisfaction is also an important motivator of recent ...
Web Technologies in Practice. The Integration of Web Technologies by Environmental Organizations
This article uses a structuration model to explore the interaction between technology and organizations. Based on a case study of three environmental organizations in Norway and opposing visions of a single predetermined ...