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Written by Øystein Gullvåg Holter, professor at Centre for Gender Research and Ewa Krzaklewska, researcher at Jagiellonian University in Krakow.
This exploratory study is situated in a critical tradition. It aims to describe and analyse the reliance on percentage assessments of functional capacity among a group of young adults in rehabilitation after serious motor vehicle accidents.
Written by Maria Dockweiler, Øystein Gullvåg Holter and Lotta Snickare in 2017, in Bodies, Symbols and Organizational Practises: The Gendered Dynamics of Power. Published by Taylor & Francis Ltd/Routledge
Written by: Aina Olsvold, Helene Aarseth, Hilde Bondevik from the University og Oslo
Published in Families, Relationships and Societies, August 24, 2017
First Published October 2, 2017 in Sage Journals Sociology.
By: Rannveig Svendby, Grace Inga Romsland, and Kåre Moen
Rannveig Svendby is a PhD Candidate at Centre for Gender Research
Elisabeth Lund Engebretsen, a senior lecturer at the STK, has contributed a chapter in the recently published volume Transforming patriarchy: Chinese families in the 21st century on University of Washington Press.
Artikkelen ble publisert i det samfunnsgeografiske tidsskriftet Gender, Place and Culture, og er en empirisk studie av hvilke faktorer som innvirker på straffeutmåling i voldtektssaker i Norge.
Øystein Holter Gullvåg, professor ved STK, er bidragsyter i denne internasjonale boka om "de nordiske måtene" - Nordic Ways.
Through interviews with Christian and Muslim women in Norway, Spain and the United Kingdom, this book explores intersections between religion, citizenship, gender and feminism.
Hannah Helseth, ph.d.-stipendiat ved STK, argumenterer i siste nummer av AGORA for at det er særlig to aspekter ved Nancy Frasers teori som kan bidra til å løse opp noen tråder i den flerkulturelle feministiske knuten.
Elisabeth L. Engebretsen, William F. Schroeder and Hongwei Bao (eds).
PhD-candidate Anna Young, STK, has published an article in The Southern Literary Journal, The University of North Carolina Press, USA.
This book is the result of research conducted within FEMCIT: Gendered Citizenship in Multicultural Europe: The Impact of Women’s Movements funded by the European Commission’s A6 th Framework Programme (2007-2011). Beatrice Halsaa at Center for Gender Research in Oslo, was the Scientific Director of the FEMCIT project.
Women's Movements, Gender and Diversity.
Halsaa, Beatrice; Roseneil, Sasha & Sümer, Sevil (ed.) (2012).
The book is the result of research conducted within FEMCIT: Gendered Citizenship in Multicultural Europe: The Impact of Women’s Movements funded by the European Commission’s A6 th Framework Programme (2007-2011). Beatrice Halsaa at Center for Gender Research in Oslo, was the Scientific Director of the FEMCIT project.