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Is there an increase in duration of long-term sickness absence in Norway from 1994 to 2007? A registry based study
(The University of Bergen, 2012-04-15)
Background: Sickness absence in Norway is high despite improvements in key indicators of public health. The pull and the push models attribute the high levels of sickness absence to choice vs. coercion, respectively. ...
Ethnic and racial identity in norwegian higher education: a classroom discourse analysis
(The University of Bergen, 2014-11-19)
The increase in foreign immigration into Norway during the last two decades has led to a progressive transition from a homogenous population to a multicultural environment. Traditionally, Norwegian culture places emphasis ...
Norwegian Media, Framing Effects and Attitudes Towards Immigrants
(The University of Bergen, 2017-12-20)
This paper, investigates a possible relationship between negative representations of immigrants by the Norwegian media and attitudes towards immigrants. It also investigates the potential of negatively framed headlines, ...
Arbeid og familie: Betydningen av krav og ressurser i arbeid for norske arbeidstakeres opplevelse av å kombinere arbeid og familie
(The University of Bergen, 2015-06-20)
Background: Work-family conflict is related to poor psychological and physical health, absence and deterioration of relationship quality at home. Work-life balance is related to improved well-being, motivation and productivity. ...
Domestic violence and social norms: attitudes and practices of criminal justice and health workers in Norway and Brazil
(The University of Bergen, 2018-06-21)
Background: In recent years, gender-based domestic violence has gained significant visibility and is currently considered a priority in the field of public health. Research objective: To explore how professional and social ...
Exploring the role of social media in the lives and well-being of young refugees in Bergen, Norway
(The University of Bergen, 2018-06-15)
In the wake of the “refugee crisis”, social media is increasingly being used by governments, humanitarian organisations, voluntary groups, and refugees themselves, to respond to issues raised by forced migration. Social ...