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Språktradering i Bolsøy: En variasjonslingvistisk analyse med vektpå familietilhørighet som sosial variabel
(The University of Bergen, 2015-06-19)
The aim of this Ph.D.-project is to gain insight into the effect of family on intergenerational language variation and language transmission and to evaluate the relevance of family affiliation as a sociolinguistic variable ...
The Meroitic Cemetery at Berber: Discussion on Funerary Practices and Implications for Understanding the Role of Sorghum and Trade in the Meroitic Society in the Middle Nile Region
(The University of Bergen, 2015-05-22)
The recent discovery of a large, well-preserved Meroitic cemetery at Berber together with a similar cemetery at Dangeil is of considerable interest, and possesses great research potential for Meroitic funerary traditions. ...
Jakten på et fagfelt: den skandinaviske kvinne- og kjønnshistoriens fremvekst i skjæringsfeltet mellom historieforskning og kvinne- og kjønnsforskning
(The University of Bergen, 2015-03-20)
The roots of women’s and gender history have been places within social history, interdisciplinary women’s and gender research, and within 1970s and 1980s new women’s movement. Which of these roots gets emphasised and why, ...
Tragediens bilder: Et prosessuelt perspektiv på nyhetsfotografier fra 22. juli
(The University of Bergen, 2015-01-23)
This thesis discusses the photojournalistic coverage of the 22. July 2011 events in Norway as a social drama inspired by Victor Turner’s studies of rituals and rites of passage. Turner’s model, which explores how human ...
Fonética del español en Belice y del español de Panamá: Análisis lingüístico pluridimensional y comparativo
(The University of Bergen, 2015-10-02)
Following a dialectological approach, this project presents two multidimensional phonetic linguistic atlases; one for Spanish of Panama and one for Spanish in Belize. These atlases illustrate the geographic distribution ...
Mobile pastoralist groups and the Palmyrene in the late Early to Middle Bronze Age (c. 24001700 BCE): An archaeological synthesis based on a multidisciplinary approach focusing on satellite imagery studies, environmental data, and textual sources
(The University of Bergen, 2015-08-07)
The PhD dissertation “Mobile pastoralist groups and the Palmyrene in the late Early to Middle Bronze Age (c. 2400-1700 BCE): An archaeological synthesis based on a multidisciplinary approach focusing on satellite imagery ...