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    • Wage inequality within and between occupations 

      Helland, Håvard; Bol, Thijs; Drange, Ida (Aalborg University, Denmark., 2017)
      Western countries, including Scandinavian nations, have witnessed an increase in wage inequality over the past decades. Recent studies attribute rising wage inequality in the United States and United Kingdom primarily to ...
    • Welfare reform and public justification 

      Eriksen, Andreas; Molander, Anders (Taylor & Francis, 2018-11-05)
      This paper investigates the conditions of political argument with regard to welfare legislation. It connects to the discussion on the role of ideas in political change but develops a new approach by investigating arguments ...
    • What is culturally informed psychiatry? 

      Leseth, Anne (Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2015)
      What is culturally informed psychiatry? What does it mean, and why is it important? These questions are discussed with a focus on the cultural aspects of the clinical encounter. The DSM-5 Outline for Cultural Formulation was ...
    • What is professional integrity? 

      Eriksen, Andreas (Akademika forlag, 2015)
      What is professional integrity and what makes it so important? Policies are designed to promote it and decisions are justified in its name. This paper identifies two competing conceptions of professional integrity and ...
    • What We Owe to Our Children. Relationships and Obligations in Public Care 

      Gundersen, Erik Christopher (OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University, 2018)
      Public care is part of the child protection system. Public care institutions are childrearing institutions where foster parents or employees in residential institutions assume responsibility for the daily care and ...
    • Which doctors do we trust? A vignette experiment of how gender and ethnicity influence trust 

      Alecu, Andreea Ioana (Sage Publications, 2019)
      Is people’s trust in doctors affected by their ethnicity or gender? It is often assumed that highly skilled migrants are protected from the worst effects of discrimination. Yet, they also report high degrees of discrimination. ...
    • Which patient’s keeper? Partiality and justice in nursing care 

      Nordhaug, Marita (Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, 2013)
      This thesis studies the conflicting normative claims of partiality and impartiality in nursing care. The principal focus and aim of the study is to establish an argument for permissible partiality in nursing care. ...
    • Work-Family Interference: Nurses in Norway and Finland 

      Abrahamsen, Bente; Holte, Kari Anne; Laine, Marjukka (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, 2012)
      The aim of the study is to investigate the level of work–family inter-ference (WFI) for part-time nurses in Norway and Finland. Part-time work is usually cited as a desirable way in which to facilitate work and family ...
    • Workplace assimilation and professional jurisdiction: How nurses learn to blur the nursing-medical boundary 

      Johannessen, Lars E. F. (Elsevier, 2018-03)
      In theorising ‘the system of professions’, Andrew Abbott emphasised how jurisdictional boundaries in the workplace are far fuzzier than those specified in law. A key reason for this fuzziness is the process he characterised ...