Recent Submissions

  • Powerless yet powerful: The duality of everyday life of partners of persons with gambling problems 

    Klevan, Trude Gøril; Krane, Vibeke; Weimand, Bente (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    This study explores how partners of persons with gambling problems experience the family’s everyday life, focusing on family relations and parenting. Problem gambling creates a serious impact on household finances, social ...
  • «Åpen dialog bak lukkede dører» Behandleres erfaringer med Åpen Dialog i nettverksmøter ved en lukket psykiatrisk avdeling 

    Jacobsen, Ritva; Karlsson, Bengt Eirik (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    Åpen dialog er en relasjonsorientert og dialogbasert tilnærming som tilbys alle pasienter og deres nettverk på en lukket psykiatrisk avdeling. Tidligere forskning om Åpen dialog fokuserer på akutte psykiske kriser med den ...
  • I don't love my baby?! A descriptive phenomenological analysis of disturbances in maternal affection 

    Røseth, Idun; Bongaardt, Rob (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    Many new mothers question the nature of their motherly love after birth. This affectionate relationship towards the infant is commonly called bonding in everyday speech, clinical practice and research. Bonding may not ...
  • Kom inn i skolesamfunnet 

    Lindvig, Inger Kjersti; Damsgaard, Hilde Larsen (Chapter, 2019)
    Innledning I dagens samfunn er kompetanse en kilde til selvstendighet, sosial mobilitet, likeverdig deltakelse og motvirking av utenforskap (Kunnskapsdepartementet, 2016). Frafall fra videregående skole blir derfor av ...
  • Utdanning og danning 

    Damsgaard, Hilde Larsen; Lindvig, Inger Kjersti (Chapter, 2019)
    Innledning Høyere utdanning har gjennomgått store endringer de siste tiårene. Et sentralt utviklingstrekk er bevegelsen fra en eliteutdanning som var forbeholdt de få, til en utdanning for de mange. Dette blir omtalt ...
  • A five-phase process model describing the return to sustainable work of persons who survived cancer: A qualitative study 

    Brusletto, Birgit; Torp, Steffen; Ihlebæk, Camilla; Vinje, Hege Forbech (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018)
    Abstract Purpose We investigated persons who survived cancer (PSC) and their experiences in returning to sustainable work. Methods Videotaped, qualitative, in-depth interviews with previous cancer patients were analyzed ...
  • From shaky grounds to solid foundations: a salutogenic perspective on return to work after cancer 

    Brusletto, Birgit; Ihlebæk, Camilla; Mjøsund, Nina Helen; Torp, Steffen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    Background: Almost a third of employed individuals of working age fall out of work after cancer treatment. Aim: To explore cancer survivors’ successful return to work, focusing on assets and resources utilized to resolve ...
  • Tinkering with care values in public and private organizations 

    Hansen, Jeppe Oute; Rudge, Trudy (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    This special issue develops from discussions and papers presented at the Annual Ethnography Symposium in 2017 and aims to gather ethnographies on how care values intersect with service organizations, welfare policy and ...
  • The Norwegian Public Health act and its implementation 

    Hagen, Susanne; Øvergård, Kjell Ivar; hernantes, naia (Others, 2019)
    Norway is known for its egalitarian society – it emphasizes solidarity, universalism and redistribution of resources among social groups. However, there is a social gradient in health in Norway, which is currently experiencing ...
  • Victims of debt after imprisonment: Experiences of Norwegians with substance use challenges 

    Andvig, Ellen Sofie; Bjørlykhaug, Knut Ivar; Hummelvoll, Jan Kåre (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    Victims of debt after imprisonment: Experiences of Norwegians with substance use challenges Persons with ongoing substance use problems are highly represented in groups with low income, high unemployment rates, and high ...
  • «Fra kebab til intimitet» – dialogisk autoetnografisk utforsking av vennskap. 

    Karlsson, Bengt Eirik; Klevan, Trude Gøril; Soggiu, Anna-Sabina; Sælør, Knut Tore; Vilje, Linda; Aasgaard, Heid Svenkerud (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    Denne artikkelen vil presentere deler av dette materialet.Innledningsvis utlegges en forståelse av autoetnografi som omtales som dialogisk. Deretter presenteres en forkortet versjon av de seks utvalgte bidragene våre om ...
  • Hvordan kan barnevernfaglig undersøkelsesarbeid læres? 

    Øvrum, Inger Therese; Kapstad, Siv Merete (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    Artikkelen beskriver et nytt undervisningsopplegg der første års barnevernstudenter i løpet av ti uker gjennomfører en barnevernfaglig undersøkelse med utgangspunkt i en fiktiv sak. Studentene veiledes gjennom refleksjon ...
  • Work Experiences During and After Treatment Among Self-Employed People with Cancer 

    Torp, Steffen; Brusletto, Birgit; Withbro, Tina; Nygaard, Bente; Sharp, Linda (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    Purpose The proportion of self-employed people in the workforce is growing. However, most research on work participation among cancer survivors has focused on salaried workers. We aimed to explore how self-employed people ...
  • Møter i mørket. Økonomiske helseproblemer, subsidier og det sosiale liv. 

    Sælør, Knut Tore; Bjørlykhaug, Knut Ivar; Bank, Rose-Marie; Johnson, Therese Austrheim (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    At dårlig økonomi er negativt for helsa er godt dokumentert. Mange med psykisk helseproblemer opplever å ha dårlig økonomi, og sosial støtte og tilhørighet synes avgjørende for å bedre situasjonen. Gjennom et recovery-orientert ...
  • Service Users’ Challenges in Developing Helpful Relationships with Peer Support Workers 

    Ogundipe, Esther; Borg, Marit; Sjåfjell, Tommy Lunde; Bjørlykhaug, Knut Ivar; Karlsson, Bengt Eirik (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    This study contributes to the existing literature on peer support and complexities in peer support practices by exploring and describing service users’ perspectives on challenges in developing helpful relationships with ...
  • Characteristics of mental health recovery narratives: Systematic review and narrative synthesis 

    Llewellyn-Beardsley, Joy; Rennick-Egglestone, Stefan; Callard, Felicity; Crawford, Paul; Farkas, Marianne; Hui, Ada; Manley, David; McGranahan, Rose; Pollock, Kristian; Ramsay, Amy; Sælør, Knut Tore; Wright, Nicola; Slade, Mike (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    Narratives of recovery from mental health distress have played a central role in the establishment of the recovery paradigm within mental health policy and practice. As use of recovery narratives increases within services, ...
  • Ensretting, standardisering og kunnskapsbasert praksis – autoetnografi som motstand? 

    Klevan, Trude Gøril; Sundet, Rolf; Sælør, Knut Tore (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    Artikkelen introduserer forskningsmetoden autoetnografi og diskuterer metoden i lys av begrepet «evidensens tid» og bruken av randomiserte, kontrollerte studier som den metodiske ryggraden i dette evidensbegrepet innenfor ...
  • Performing Wild Time Workshopping Friendship as Critical Autoethnographic Paraversity Method 

    Klevan, Trude Gøril; Grant, Alec (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
    The focus of this autoethnographic paper is on its authors’ experiences of running a conference workshop on Friendship as Method in Paraversity scholarship development. Using the workshop sequence as a framework and context ...
  • The Color of Water: An Autoethnographically-Inspired Journey of My Becoming a Researcher 

    Klevan, Trude Gøril; Karlsson, Bengt; Grant, Alec (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
    In this paper, the first author autoethnographically describes, discusses and reflects on her process of becoming a researcher based on her PhD journey. She explores how the development of knowledge and her understandings ...
  • 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 ...

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