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Liquid migration, grounded lives: considerations about future mobility and settlement among Polish and Spanish migrants in Norway
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
The 2004 EU extension and the 2008 financial crisis triggered new migration flows within Europe, and subsequent debates about what the novelty of these migration flows consists of. We draw on adult Polish and Spanish ...
Associations online: Barriers for Using Web-based Communication in Voluntary Organizations
(Springer US, 2013)
Despite the high adoption level of Facebook and other social network sites (SNSs) in Norway, local level voluntary associations have not embraced SNSs to the same degree. Regular websites are the main web representation, ...
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 ...
Sosiologiens visjon- og virkelighet? Et innlegg om sosiologiens legitimering
Teori og fortelling. Paul Ricoeur om historisk forståelse
The paradox of control: An ethnographic analysis of opiate maintenance treatment in a Norwegian prison
Background: Opiate maintenance treatment (OMT) is increasingly being offered in prisons throughout Europe. The benefits of OMT in prison have been found to be similar to those produced by OMT in community settings. However, ...
Does Postponement of First Pregnancy Increase Gender Differences in Sickness Absence? A Register Based Analysis of Norwegian Employees in 1993–2007
Background: From 1970–2012, the average age at first delivery increased from 23.2–28.5 in Norway. Postponement of first pregnancy increases risks of medical complications both during and after pregnancy. Sickness ...
Age, occupational class and sickness absence during pregnancy: a retrospective analysis study of the Norwegian population registry
Objective Western women increasingly delay having children to advance their career, and pregnancy is considered to be riskier among older women. In Norway, this development surprisingly coincides with increased sickness ...
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