“It’s about lots of small things that you experience all the time”: Perceived discrimination among young Norwegians with Minoritized backgrounds
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This study explores how young Norwegians with minoritized backgrounds perceive discrimination, and how intersecting dimensions of identity shape these experiences. This study reveals that these young Norwegians perceive discrimination within many important arenas and institutions throughout their lifespan, also in encounters with people of authority. This study finds that perceived discrimination is not necessarily always about serious infringements that would be considered severe enough for punishment under the law, but rather about a never-ending series of minor incidents and experiences, which when accumulated over time have significant impacts on these young people’s lives.