Ardis Storm-Mathisen

Research Fellow

Academic interests

  • Children and youth
  • Peer socialisation
  • Gender
  • Body
  • Identity
  • Familiy
  • Everyday life
  • Practices/praxis
  • New media
  • Internet of things
  • Consumption
  • Marketing
  • Practice theory
  • Media theory
  • Cultural studies
  • Research methods


Ardis Storm-Mathisen, holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Oslo and is senior researcher at the National Institute of Consumer Research (SIFO) From 1.6.2015 to 31.5.2018 she is appointed half time at the Centre for Gender Research on the project: New media in a changing Africa (Fripro, Norges forskningsråd) This multi-disciplinary comparative project – involving nine researchers and seven institutions in five countries (funded by The Research Council of Norway, FRIPRO) – focusses on Africa with an aim to generate insight into the links between economic growth and the ICT revolution that has taken place. The project compares how media are actually used by people in different social, political and economic environments with a particular focus on how the development has affected social life and gender relations.

Besides working as researcher in the New Media in a Changing Africa prosjektet at Centre for Gender Research Ardis Storm-Mathisen is currently co-editing a book on Marketing and Consumer interests (Universitetsforlaget), leading a research project on how Norwegian households handle and are prepared for electricity and ICT outages (Homerisk, Samrisk II), doing research in a project on consumers and the Internet of Things (RFID in society, verdikt), and involved in a book project on Sustainable consumption (Novus) as well as several smaller research projects on the digital everyday life of consumers.

Her early work was much about the everyday practices of children, youth and families (within home and in relation to peers and other contexts) with a particular focus on communication, buying pressure, commersialisation and how clothing, the body and looks is used and interpreted in indentitywork. The last 10 years she has concentrated on how new media and digital technology is handled, understood and affecting everyday life and relations (i.e. research projects such as Contextualising adolescents e-gaming, Gendering ICT and Children & tablets, Homerisk). She has also worked with these such as digital inclusion/exclusion and marketing. Her research interests -  inspired by writings of late Wittgenstein and what can be called non-media-centric media studies and non-gender-centred gender studies – lies in developing methods and perspectives to grasp practices (beyond the linguistic) in the language-games and actor-networks they are parts of (i.e. the projects Homerisk. She works with both quantitative and qualitative data, but with a methodological emphasis on interviews, participant observation and ethnographic fieldwork and documentation through sound, photo and video.

Courses taught

  •  2014 & 2013:  Tutoring seminars x 3 (Master level). Research method and design (SSF4100), Oslo University College, Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy.
  • 2012: Course lecturer (Ph.d  level). Grounded Theory and other qualitative methods of analysis  - a language-game analysis inspired by Wittgenstein (with Charmas, Album, Haldar and Helle-Valle). Oslo University College , Department of Social Work.
  • 2010: Seminar leader . KULKOM 3090 Bachelor thesis. University of Oslo.
  • 2007- 2011: Seminar leader SOS2500/3500 - Kulturanalyse, diskurs og semiotikk - et sosiologisk perspektiv (bachelor level. University of Oslo,  Institute of Social Geography and Sociology
  • 2007: Course lecturer (bachelor level). University of Oslo. Department of Social Anthropology. SOSANT2350- Ting, tegn og trender.


  • Senior researcher 50% Centre for gender studies, University of Oslo, project “New Media in a changing Africa”, Fripro, NFR, 2015-2018.
  • Senior researcher. National Institute for Consumer Research (SIFO), Research unit on Consumer Culture, various projects on digital media (see below) 2008-dd.
  • Ph. D. Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo. (Dissertation: “Contextualized meaning. A discourse analysis of young people’s clothing and identities”). 2008
  • Researcher, National Institute of Consumer Research (SIFO) 2006-8. Projects i.e.“Aestetic Ideals” (NFR funded) and “The Political Engagement of Youth on the Internet”  (funded by RAM).
  • Stipendiat. National Institute of Consumer Research (SIFO).  Ph. D project ”Symbolic consumption and identity work in transition from ”child” to “teenager”, funded by NFR. 1999-2006.
  • Research fellow. National Institute for Consumer Research (SIFO). Research project “Youth and buying pressure”, funded by NFR . 1997-99
  • Consultant and coordinator of Local Development Initiative projects in preschools and family preschools. Section for Children and families. County Governor of Oslo and Akershus (Fylkesmannen i Oslo og Akershus). 1995- 97
  • Cand.polit. Department of Sociology, University of Oslo. Thesis: ”Walkers, non-talkers. A sociological study on peer interaction among toddlers”. 1995    
  • Erasmus Grant/Programme on Children’s Rights, University of Ghent,  Belgium. 1994
  • Erasmus Grant/ Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris, France, 1993
  • Stageaire/internship/Erasmus Grant. UNESCO. Department of Education. The Young Child and the Family environment Unit/EHESS, Paris, France.  Fall 1993.  
  • Head of preschool/preschool teacher. Langtoppen, Skøyen and Grønland barnehage, Oslo. 1990-93.
  • Preschool Teacher Education. Barnevernsakademiet i Oslo, 1990.

Positions held

  • 2015 Expert Committee member HIOA post doc appointment New media in a changing Africa
  • 2014 -2015  SIFO board – employee representative (substitute)
  • 2009 Adjudication committee member (Ph.D level).  University of Oslo, Faculty of Psychology.
  • 2006-2008 The Norwegian Association of Researchers, local leader SIFO.


  • Jo Helle-Valle, HIOA; Wendy Willems London School of Economics; Katrien Pype University of Birmingham; M. Mogalakwe and colleagues, University of Botswana in addition to researchers at University of Cape Town SA, Berkley USA on the project New Media in a Changing Africa and a reference group of researchers from IMK, Department of Social Anthropology UIO, RUC & RMIT.
  • Bente Evjemo, Telenor, on the project NFC in society.
  • Even Landseng BI; Frode Alfnes NMBU; Terje Rasmussen IMK UIO; Runar Døving Markeshøyskolen og Universitetsforlaget on book on marketing and consumer interests.
  • Professor Terhi-Anna Wilska, University of Jyvaskyla and other european researchers on an application to Horizon 2020.
  • Jonas Linderot, University of Gothenburg & Ole Christensen, UCC Professionshøjskolen Denmark in the project Gendering ICT.
  • Bronwyn Davies, Ann Phoenix University of London & Lydia Plowman University of Stirling and researchers from Volda University college on application to the Norwegian Research Council on gender and ICT in preschools.
  • Marit Haldar, HIOA, Department of Social work and Dag Album, ISS, UIO on Ph.D course on methods and analysis HIOA.
  • ESA, Consumption network.
  • Trygg bruk nettverket, medietilsynet.
  • Internet of Things nettverket
Tags: Sociology, Gender, Global South, Children, Youth, Family, Body, Cultural studies


  • Jacobsen, Eivind; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis; Tangen, Karl-Fredrik & Helle-Valle, Jo (2018). Markedsføring - samfunnsvitenskapelige perspektiver, I: Ardis Storm-Mathisen; Eivind Jacobsen; Karl-Fredrik Tangen & Jo Helle-Valle (red.),  Markedsføring og forbrukerne – samfunnsvitenskapelige blikk.  Universitetsforlaget.  ISBN 978-82-15-02591-9.  1.  s 11 - 22
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2018). Visual Methods in Ethnographic Fieldwork - On Learning from participants Through their Video-accounts. Forum for Development Studies.  ISSN 0803-9410. . doi: Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Kjørstad, Ingrid (2018). Markedsføring og hverdagslivet - forbrukeres opplevelser og praksiser, I: Ardis Storm-Mathisen; Eivind Jacobsen; Karl-Fredrik Tangen & Jo Helle-Valle (red.),  Markedsføring og forbrukerne – samfunnsvitenskapelige blikk.  Universitetsforlaget.  ISBN 978-82-15-02591-9.  8.  s 114 - 136
  • Heidenstrøm, Nina Vatvedt & Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2017). Reconnection work. A network approach to households' dealing with ICT breakdowns. Akademisk Kvarter.  ISSN 1904-0008.  15, s 84- 101
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2017). Gender Representations and Identity Constructions Among Youth in Botswana. Exploring the Influence of Media, In Dafna Lemish & Maya Götz (ed.),  Beyond the Stereotypes? Images of Boys and Girls, and their Consequences.  Nordicom.  ISBN 9789187957765.  Chapter 13.  s 173 - 181
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2017). Grasping children’s media practices — theoretical and methodological challenges, In  Children, Adolescents, and Media: The future of research and action.  RoutledgeFalmer.  ISBN 978-1138234208.  11.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2016). Grasping children’s media practices — theoretical and methodological challenges. Journal of Children and Media.  ISSN 1748-2798.  10(1), s 81- 89 . doi: 10.1080/17482798.2015.1121888 Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Slettemeås, Dag (2016). Dematerialisering gjennom digitalisering og teknologisk konvergens?, I: Gunnar Vittersø; Anita Borch; Kirsi Maria Laitala & Pål Strandbakken (red.),  Forbruk og det grønne skiftet.  Novus Forlag.  ISBN 978-82-7099-853-1.  9.  s 159 - 184
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2014). RFID in toll/ticketing – a user centric approach. Info.  ISSN 1463-6697.  16(6), s 60- 73 . doi: 10.1108/info-07-2014-0029 Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Helle-Valle, Jo (2014). IKT-bruk i skolen og familien - en praksisteoretisk studie av kjønn. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning.  ISSN 0809-6341.  38(2), s 149- 167 Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2013). Making sense of clothing, making sense of identity - A radical practice perspective on data form a study of Norwegian teens, In Lena Hansson; Ulrika Holmberg & Helene Brembeck (ed.),  Making Sense of Consumption. Selections from the 2nd Nordic Conference on Consumer Research 2012.  Centre for Consumer Science, School of Business, Economics and Law at University of Gothenburg.  ISBN 978-91-974642-6-0.  3.  s 55 - 72
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2012). Samtaleintervjuet som diskurs : eksempler fra individuelle intervjuer og smågruppeintervjuer med unge tenåringer, I: Elisabeth Backe-Hansen & Ivar Frønes (red.),  Metoder og perspektiver i barne- og ungdomsforskning.  Gyldendal Akademisk.  ISBN 978-82-05-42087-8.  Kapittel 4.  s 75 - 94
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2011). Klær og identitet - om balanseringen av "det ytre" og "indre" i unge tenåringers selvpresentasjoner, I: Gun Roos & Mari Rysst (red.),  Skjønnhet og helse : det ytre og indre.  Statens institutt for forbruksforskning.  Kapittel 7.  s 55 - 63
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2010). Identitets- og individualitetsforming sett fra et praksisperspektiv : kunnskapsforslag fra en undersøkelse om ungdom og klær. Sosiologisk Tidsskrift.  ISSN 0804-0486.  18(4), s 307- 331 Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Brusdal, Ragnhild (2009). Fy skam deg! Betraktninger rundt kritikken av unge kvinners forbruk, I: Kristin Asdal & Eivind Jacobsen (red.),  Forbrukerens ansvar.  Cappelen Damm Akademisk.  ISBN 978-82-02-30639-7.  2.  s 53 - 82
  • Helle-Valle, Jo Helge & Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2008). Playing Computer Games in the Family Context. Human IT.  ISSN 1402-1501.  9(3) Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Helle-Valle, Jo Helge (2008). Media, Identity and Methodology. Reflections on Practice and Discourse, In Ingegerd Rydin & Ulrika Sjöberg (ed.),  Mediated crossroads. Identity, youth culture and ethnicity. Theoretical and methodological challenges.  Nordicom.  ISBN 978-91-89471-65-8.  3.  s 55 - 73 Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2006). Versjoner av kjøpepress Retoriske mønstre i hvordan avistekster og unge tenåringer beskriver "kjøpepress". Barn.  ISSN 0800-1669.  (4), s 11- 30
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Klepp, Ingun Grimstad (2006). Young Fashion and Adult Style How Teenage Girls and Grown Women Acccount for the Impact of Style and Fashion on Their Personal Clothing Practices. Ethnologia Scandinavica.  ISSN 0348-9698.  36, s 91- 106
  • Klepp, Ingun Grimstad & Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2005). Reading Fashion as Age. Teenage Girls and Grown Womens Accounts of Clothing as Body and Social Status. Fashion Theory.  ISSN 1362-704X.  9(3), s 323- 342
  • Amilien, Virginie E J; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Bugge, Annechen Bahr (2003). De kjøper, altså er de? Et innlegg i debatten om forbrukersamfunnet. Tidsskrift for kulturforskning.  ISSN 1502-7473.  2(1), s 55- 60
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (1995). Refleksjoner på reisen fra den 'gamle' til den 'nye' barnehagen.. Barnehagefolk.  ISSN 1500-6905.  (3), s 94- 98
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (1994). Gjennom videoøyet.. Barnehagefolk.  ISSN 1500-6905.  (3), s 94- 98

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  • Bugge, Annechen Bahr; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis; Jacobsen, Eivind; Tangen, Karl-Fredrik & Helle-Valle, Jo (2018). Reklame for usunn mat og drikke - møter norske barn og unge mye av det når de bruker medier?. Universitetsforlaget.  ISBN 978-82-15-02591-9.  217 s.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis; Jacobsen, Eivind; Tangen, Karl-Fredrik & Helle-Valle, Jo (red.) (2018). Markedsføring og forbrukerne – samfunnsvitenskapelige blikk. Universitetsforlaget.  ISBN 978-82-15-02591-9.  217 s.

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  • Helle-Valle, Jo & Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2018). How can new media contribute to development? A case.
  • Slettemeås, Dag & Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2018). Hvor forberedt er vi på omfattende strømbrudd?. Aftenposten Viten.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2018). Husholdenes risikoforståelse, beredskap og praksiser knyttet til strøm- og IKTbrudd - om Homeriskstudien.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2018). Women's new media practices and perspectives on economy.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Anderson, Jan Alfred (2018). Strømbrudd, er du forberedt?.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis; Heidenstrøm, Nina & Lavoll, Hallvard (2018, 06. juli). Har du ein beredskapsplan heime hos deg sjølv? Podkast Viten+snakkis. [Internett].  OsloMet.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Lassen, Kjersti (2018, 26. juni). Nordmenn er dårlig forberedt på strømbrudd. [Internett].  Viten + praksis.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Rosenberg, Thea Grav (2018). Hva vet vi om lekene som overvåker barna våre?. Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis; Slettemeås, Dag & Helle-Valle, Jo (2018). Beredskap, sårbarhet og digitaliseringens paradokser - oppsummering av funn fra Homeriskprosjektet.
  • Kjørstad, Ingrid; Rosenberg, Thea Grav; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Slettemeås, Dag (2017). Barn og internettkoblede leker og teknologier - IoT.
  • Kjørstad, Ingrid; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Rosenberg, Thea Grav (2017). Children, Toys and IoT. Show summary
  • Schneidermann, Nanna & Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2017). Self(ie)-fashioning and futurity – gendering new media use in two African cities.
  • Slettemeås, Dag; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Helle-Valle, Jo (2017). RFID in Society – Preparing for the Internet of Things. Case Analyses & Evaluation (Deliverable 2 of 4).
  • Slettemeås, Dag; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Helle-Valle, Jo (2017). RFID in Society - Preparing for the Internet of Things. Case Criteria & Selection. (Deliverable 1 of 4).
  • Slettemeås, Dag; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Helle-Valle, Jo (2017). RFID in Society – Preparing for the Internet of Things. Final Report & Summary. (Deliverable 4 of 4).
  • Slettemeås, Dag; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Helle-Valle, Jo (2017). RFID in Society – Preparing for the Internet of Things. Handbook of Methods. (Deliverable 3 of 4).
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2017). Coping with modern vulnerabilities- On gender, generation and preparedness in Norway.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2017, 29. juli). Familieferie til Egoland - «Å finne en ferieform alle i familien er fornøyd med, er ikke alltid like enkelt. Det blir lett til at vi deler oss for at alle skal få noen av feriedrømmene oppfylt».  VG.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2017). Gender, Mobility and Economy in Botswana – is new media making ends meet in new ways?.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2017). New media in everyday life of Young Batswana – how is it used and what does it change?. Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2017). Smarttelefonen og forbrukerrollen.
  • Helle-Valle, Jo & Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2016). Mediafrica - Premliminary findings from Botswana.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2016). Beredskap for IKT og -elektrisitetsbrudd i nordiske hushold. Homerisk survey resultater fra Norge, Sverige og Island.. SIFO Prosjektnotat. 10. Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2016). Forbrukere og smarttelefon – nye muligheter og utfordringer, en kunnskapsgjennomgang. SIFO Oppdragsrapport. 15.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2016). Methodological, Analytical and Theoretical Advantages of Visual Data in Social Science Research - Examples from Self-Documentary Photo and Video Methods in the Mediafrica Project. Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2016). Mothering in the new media era – a comparison of practices in Norway and Botswana. Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2016). Women in the Kalahari – the meeting of gendered government schemes and memorized gender roles. Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Helle-Valle, Jo (2016). Visuality re-acting. Show summary
  • Borch, Anita; Kjørstad, Ingrid & Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2015). Innspill og synspunkter på Handlingsplan mot spilleproblemer (2016-2018).
  • Heidenstrøm, Nina Vatvedt & Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2015). A network approach to households’ role in electricity and ICT breakdowns.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2015). Forbrukernes forhold til reklame, I: Randi Kristine Lavik & Elling M Borgeraas (red.),  Forbrukstrender 2015 SIFO-survey.  Statens institutt for forbruksforskning.  3.  s 13 - 17
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2015). New media practices and social change: A comparative study in sub-Saharan Africa. Bulletine.  ISSN 1891-1420.  2, s 10- 11
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Heidenstrøm, Nina Vatvedt (2015, 01. april). Forskar på straumbrot i Lærdal.  Helg & Kvardag nr.2 -2015.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Kjørstad, Ingrid (2015). Barns bruk av mobiltelefon og nettbrett : - en kvalitativ undersøkelse av reguleringens idealer og praksiser. SIFO Fagrapport. 2. Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis; Kjørstad, Ingrid & Bugge, Annechen Bahr (2015). Kommersialisering og oppvekst - barn og unge om kropp, kjøpepress og reklame. SIFO Prosjektnotat. 10. Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis; Schjøll, Alexander & Slettemeås, Dag (2015). Mobil betaling, I: Randi Kristine Lavik & Elling M Borgeraas (red.),  Forbrukstrender 2015 SIFO-survey.  Statens institutt for forbruksforskning.  9.  s 37 - 41
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2014, 02. november). Vanskelig å logge barna av telefon og nettbrett. [Internett].
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Helle-Valle, Jo (2014). Internet of Things - RFID in consumers' everyday life. Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Helle-Valle, Jo (2014). Public/user reception of RFID enabled toll/ticketing applications experiences from the implementation of AutoPASS and Ruter in Norway.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Kjørstad, Ingrid (2014). Bruk av mobil og nettbrett i barnefamilier - reguleringens idealer og praksiser.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Kjørstad, Ingrid (2014). Children’s uses of handheld Technologies - reception of expert advices and regulatory practices in families. Show summary
  • Rasmussen, Terje; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis; Frugård, Marcela & Helle-Valle, Jo Helge (2013). Forbruks- og livsstilsjournalistikk i NRK: En studie av Forbrukerinspektørene (FBI) og Puls sett i lys av NRKs allmennkringkastingsforpliktelser. SIFO Fagrapport. 3.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2013). What do tomorrow’s consumers need to know about marketing, advertising and media? Suggestions based on today’s research.
  • Haldar, Marit; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis; Helle-Valle, Jo Helge & Album, Dag (2012). Grounded Theory og andre empiriskorienterte analysemetoder. Phd-kurs i kvalitative metoder.
  • Møller, Majken Lerche & Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2012). Local Discourses on Gender and ICT results from a strategic survey in three Scandinavian communities. SIFO Prosjektnotat. 5.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2012). A practice perspective on the formation of identity and individuality in moments of consumption - suggestions developed from a study of young teens and their clothing. Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2012). Data treatment and analysis within a radical practice perspective. Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Helle-Valle, Jo (2012). The gender and gendering of ICTpractices in families - preliminary results from a Nordic project. Show summary
  • Bucher, Taina; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Helle-Valle, Jo (2009). Ungdom, Politikk og Internett. En akademisk refleksjon over norsk ungdoms samfunnsdeltakelse og politiske engasjement online. SIFO Oppdragsrapport. 2.
  • Hauge, Benedicte & Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2009). Ungdoms samfunnsdeltakelse på internett. Resultater skolekartlegging 2008. SIFO Prosjektnotat. 2.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2009). Gender and digital gaming - how girls, boys and their parents account of their everyday practices and logics concerning use and regulation. Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Borch, Anita (2009). Contextualizing adolescents’ egaming - the regulatory practices of adolescent’s eplaying in everyday life. Show summary
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2008). Kontekstualisert mening :en diskursiv analyse av unges klær og identiteter. Series of Dissertations submitted to the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo. 149.
  • Helle-Valle, Jo; Storm-Mathisen, Ardis & Strandbakken, Pål (2007). Ting, tegn og trender - antropologiske perspektiver på forbruk.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (2003). Spending patterns among Norwegian teenagers and the impact of “locked” and “open” categories of identity. SIFO Prosjektnotat. 13.
  • Brusdal, Ragnhild & Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (1999). Det farlige forbruket. Fontene.  ISSN 0805-5432.  (3)
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (1998). Kjøpepress... hva er det for noe? Et forprosjekt om klærnes betydning blant 13-åringer. SIFO Arbeidsrapport. 4.
  • Storm-Mathisen, Ardis (1995). Walkers, non-talkers. A Sociological Study on Peer Interaction Among Toddlers. Show summary

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