• Framing Narratives: Youth and Schooling, Silencing and Dissent. 

      Bunting, Mette; Moshuus, Geir H. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      As completing upper secondary school has become increasingly important for young people to take their place in society, the problem of school dropout has prompted extensive research to identify the decisive underlying ...
    • Oppfolging - Young peoples’ own stories about dropping out in Norway: An indirect qualitative approach. 

      Bunting, Mette; Moshuus, Geir H. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017)
      Mye forskning om skoleavbrudd i videregående opplæring ser på risikofaktorer, som sosio-økonomisk bakgrunn, grunnskolepoeng og kjønn, og kan derfor sies å fokusere på individuelle og strukturelle faktorer. Artikkelen ...
    • Stedsløse slaur - Ungdom, skole og lokal forankring 

      Gulløy, Elisabeth; Moshuus, Geir H. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      The study investigates a common assumption from previous decades of educational sociology: Educational resistance seems to go hand in hand with strong local identity and belonging. In the early 1990s, the Norwegian sociologist ...
    • The Indirect Approach: How to Discover Context When Studying Marginal Youth Originalsprak: Engelsk 

      Moshuus, Geir H.; Eide, Ketil (Journal article, 2016)
      How do we do good guesswork at meaning if our informant lives in a secret world? Doing research often includes awkward moments, unforeseen events, and incidents. Here we name some of these ‘‘happenstances.’’ We suggest ...
    • Three types of tightrope dance in the comback process 

      Bunting, Mette; Halvorsen, Torill Aagot; Moshuus, Geir H. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Fewer than half of the young people attending vocational institutions in Norway complete their education within the allotted five years. Indeed, many of these students have non-linear paths to completion. However, it is ...