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    • Narratives and gatekeeping: Making sense of triage nurses' practice 

      Johannessen, Lars E. F. (Wiley, 2018-04-17)
      It is well documented that emergency service staff consider some patients to be ‘inappropriate attenders’. A central example is ‘trivia’, denoting patients with medical problems considered too ‘trivial’ to warrant attention. ...
    • Når vilkår og aktivitetskrav brytes. Frontlinjearbeideres tilnærming til sanksjoner 

      Terum, Lars Inge; Torsvik, Gaute; Øverbye, Einar (Universitetsforlaget, 2017)
      Frontlinjearbeiderne i NAV skal avklare behov og rettigheter, men også stille krav, aktivere og sanksjonere. Artikkelen studerer hvordan frontlinjearbeidere tilnærmer seg situasjoner der stønadsmottakere ikke imøtekommer ...
    • Norwegian police students attitudes towards armament 

      Fekjær, Silje Bringsrud; Strype, Jon (Sage Publications, 2015)
      Whether the police should routinely carry firearms is an ongoing debate in Norway. Although the police can carry weapons under special circumstances, the normal situation for the police in Norway is to store firearms in ...
    • Novice teachers and how they cope 

      Caspersen, Joakim; Raaen, Finn Daniel (Taylor & Francis, 2013-10-17)
      Teachers often describe their first teaching job following graduation as a shocking experience. This description raises several questions: Do novice teachers actually have a lower level of coping than experienced teachers? ...
    • Nurse teachers' perceived competencies in the context of students'first clinical placements: A qualitative study 

      Zlatanovic, Tatjana; Havnes, Anton; Tveiten, Sidsel (Sciedu Press, 2016)
      This study seeks to illuminate the competencies of nurse teachers (NTs) and their operationalization in the context of clinical placement by exploring the challenges of being an NT, as experienced and articulated by diverse ...
    • Old and new methods in police research 

      Fekjær, Silje Bringsrud (Universitetsforlaget, 2018-12-12)
      In this paper, I describe widely used methods in Scandinavian police research, discuss strengths and weaknesses and suggest methods for future police research. Thick, in-depth descriptions and closeness to the field are ...
    • Organisasjonens betydning for sosialarbeideres vurderinger 

      Oterholm, Inger (Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, 2015)
      Hvilken betydning har det for ungdom med barnevernsbakgrunn om de får oppfølging fra barneverntjenesten eller sosialtjenesten som del av NAV etter fylte 18 år? Temaet for avhandlingen er sosialarbeideres vurderinger om ...
    • Paradoxical Attraction? Why an Increasing Number of International Students Choose Norway 

      Wiers-Jenssen, Jannecke (SAGE Publications, 2018-07-27)
      Between 2000 and 2015, Norway has experienced a large increase in the number of international students compared with many other countries. At first glance, this may seem paradoxical considering that Norway is a country ...
    • The Peaceful Revolts: 1968 in the Nordic Welfare States 

      Thue, Fredrik W.; Brandt, Thomas; Hansen, Else; Matthíasdóttir, Sigríður (Routledge, 2017)
      The student revolts of 1968 in the Nordic countries were peaceful in comparison with what happened in places like Berlin, Par is or Rome. Students in the Nordic countries also protested and revolted ...
    • Placement mentors making sense of research-based knowledge 

      Raaen, Finn Daniel (2017)
      Placement mentors’ role increasingly implies demonstrating to student teachers how research-based knowledge in combination with experience-based knowledge may be relevant in teachers’ professional work. This is a challenge. ...
    • De politiserende embetsmenn : en tradisjon i norsk forvaltning 

      Slagstad, Rune (Nordisk Administrativt Forbund på Jurist- og Økonomforbundets Forlag, 2011-12)
      Min analyse samler seg om de to store reformregimer i moderne norsk historie, embetsmannsstaten (1814-1884) og arbeiderpartistaten (1945-1981). Derved aksentueres en kontinuitet mellom disse to som eliteregimer. I sentrum ...
    • Politistudentene: Hvem er de og hvorfor vil de bli politi? 

      Winnæss, Pål; Helland, Håvard (Universitetsforlaget, 2014)
      The article examines the reasons fresh police students have for choosing police education and what kind of backgrounds they have. Previous research has indicated that police students’ social background has changed in that ...
    • Pooling of Economic Resources : a Comparison of Norwegian Married and Cohabiting Couples 

      Lyngstad, Torkild Hovde; Noack, Turid; Tufte, Per Arne (Oxford University Press, 2010-06-24)
      Using Norwegian survey data (n=4116), we study couples’ likelihood of pooling their economic resources. The proportion of cohabiting couples to married couples is high in Norway. In addition, over the last decades, tax ...
    • The Populist Elite Paradox: Using Elite Theory to Elucidate the Shapes and Stakes of Populist Elite Critiques 

      Mangset, Marte; Engelstad, Fredrik; Teigen, Mari; Gulbrandsen, Trygve Jens (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2019-10-07)
      Critiques of elites define populism, which conceives of power relations as a unified, conspiring elite exploiting the good people. Yet, populism itself is inherently elitist, calling for a strong leader to take power and ...
    • The Populist Elite Paradox: Using Elite Theory to Elucidate the Shapes and Stakes of Populist Elite Critiques 

      Mangset, Marte; Engelstad, Fredrik; Teigen, Mari; Gulbrandsen, Trygve Jens (Emerald, 2019-10-07)
      Critiques of elites define populism, which conceives of power relations as a unified, conspiring elite exploiting the good people. Yet, populism itself is inherently elitist, calling for a strong leader to take power and ...
    • Producing Legalists or Dirty Harrys? Police Education and Field Training 

      Fekjær, Silje Bringsrud; Petersson, Otto (Taylor & Francis, 2018-04-26)
      This paper explores Nordic police students’ attitudes towards non-legalistic police work, based on a cross-national longitudinal survey (N = 1,438). We ask where police recruits in four different Nordic countries are placed ...
    • Profesjonalitet under press? Ein studie av førskulelærarar si meistring av rolla i lys av kvalifiseringa til yrket og arbeidsdelinga med assistentane 

      Steinnes, Gerd Sylvi (Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, 2014)
      Denne avhandlinga handlar om førskulelærarar si meistring av rolla i lys av kvalifiseringa til yrket og samarbeidet med assistentane. Førskulelærarane arbeider i eit felt som er statleg regulert, men der mange av ...
    • Professional Autonomy versus Corporate Control 

      Nygaard, Pål (Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, 2012)
      Professionalism and bureaucracy tend to be understood as incompatible systems of work organization, represented by the ideals of collegiality and auton-omy versus control and supervision. I present a historical case study ...
    • Professional Boundaries. The Case of Childcare Workers in Norway PhD 

      Løvgren, Mette (Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, 2014)
      This thesis explores professionalism among Norwegian daycare workers by two questions: 1) Do the attitudes of daycare workers express boundaries of professionalism? 2) Are there divisions of work among daycare workers ...
    • Professionalism among novice teachers. How they think, act, cope and perceive knowledge. 

      Caspersen, Joakim (Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, 2013)
      Lærere er svært viktige for barns oppdragelse og sosialisering inn i samfunnet. De underviser og bedømmer våre fremtidige samfunnsborgere, og lærernes kompetanse, evner og ferdigheter har en klar effekt på barns ...