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    • Means of Expressing and Implying Emotions and Impoliteness in Croatian and Montenegrin Public Discourse 

      Saric, Ljiljana; Felberg Radanovic, Tatjana (Press, 2015)
      This article addresses means of expressing and implying emotions (Langlotz, Locher 2012) in realizations of impoliteness in written discourse thematizing language and identity in Croatian and Montenegrin media in 2010 ...
    • Medieantropologi 

      Helle-Valle, Jo (Universitetsforlaget, 2015)
      Mens norsk antropologi stort sett har ignorert medier som forskningstema, har det vokst frem som et sentralt felt i internasjonal antropologi. Denne artikkelen er en oppfordring til det norske fagmiljøet om å ta del i denne ...
    • Morphological Correspondences in the Reading-Writing Relation among L2 Learners 

      Tonne, Ingebjørg; Pihl, Joron (Meena Singhal & John I. Liontas, 2015)
      Studies show that morphological and lexical awareness is a particularly important variable for reading comprehension after the primary school years. Research on L1 students’ reading and writing competence has revealed ...
    • Nasjonale minoriteter og det flerkulturelle Norge : utsyn 

      Pihl, Joron (Tapir Akademisk Forlag, 2010)
    • Nordic discourses on marginalisation through education 

      Pihl, Joron; Holm, Gunilla; Riitaoja, Anna-Leena; Jón Ingvar, Kjaran; Carlson, Marie (Taylor & Francis Open, 2018)
      The purpose of this article is analysis of discursive marginalisation through education in Nordic welfare states. What knowledge do Nordic research discourses produce about marginalisation through education in Nordic welfare ...
    • Norwegian-Somali parents who send their children to schools in Somalia 

      Thomas, Paul (Cogent OA, 2016-09-12)
      The perplexing numbers of Somali children withdrawn from schools in Norway and sent to Somalia is the concern of this study. These students are often brought back and re-enroll later as adolescents with concomitant ...
    • Nothing succeeds like success narratives: a case of conservation and development in the time of REDD 

      Svarstad, Hanne; Benjaminsen, Tor A (Taylor & Francis, 2017)
      This article provides a case study of a project in Kondoa, Tanzania under the programme Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD). It demonstrates how a success narrative came to dominate presentations ...
    • Osama bin Laden - demonen og helten 

      Nilsen, Anne B Sølvberg (2012)
      Historiene som kan fortelles om al-Qaidas første leder, Osama bin Laden, er nær knyttet til de ulike medienes fremstillinger, og selv etter hans død lever bin Ladens motstridende medie-image videre. I dagene etter at han ...
    • “Papa, Am I a Negro?” The Vexed History of the Racial Epithet in Norwegian Print Media (1970–2014) 

      Thomas, Paul (Springer Verlag, 2016-09)
      This study explores the portrayal of blacks in Norwegian print media between 1970 and 2014 as refracted through the prism of the epithet “Negro” (neger). 4174 references covering 30 newspapers are analyzed employing a ...
    • Participación en las elecciones de 2006, México, Distrito Federal : nociones y prácticas en un Pueblo Originario 

      Hagene, Turid (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, 2009)
      The principal question to be explored in this article concerns the ways in which the electoral participation in a pueblo originario (native village) reflects the contradiction between the liberal conceptions on which the ...
    • The portrayal of non-westerners in EFL textbooks in Norway 

      Thomas, Paul (Cogent OA, 2017)
      The discourse of equity and egalitarianism has a long pedigree in Norway. However, this discourse has recently come under severe strain as evidenced by the growing segregation of schools along ethnic lines in the capital ...
    • The power of ethnography in the public sphere 

      Kolshus, Thorgeir Storesund (2017)
      A number of anthropology’s most emblematic innovations have caught on elsewhere. Yet anthropologists seem almost distressed by the success of concepts like “culture” and “ethnicity” and too readily dispose of them in the ...
    • Power theories in political ecology 

      Svarstad, Hanne; Benjaminsen, Tor A; Overå, Ragnhild (University of Arizona Libraries, 2018)
      Power plays a key role in definitions of political ecology. Likewise, empirical studies within this field tend to provide detailed presentations of various uses of power, involving corporate and conservation interventions ...
    • Prácticas políticas cotidianas en un pueblo originario en México D.F.: El papel de chismes y rumores. 

      Hagene, Turid (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2011)
      In this article the author explores the function of rumors and gossip as part of everyday political practices in the native village of San Lorenzo Acopilco. A number of social practices in this town create dense communication ...
    • Profesjonsidentitet i et flerkulturelt helsevesen. Paradokser, grenser og ambivalens. 

      Daae-Qvale, Inger (Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, 2016)
      Healthcare professionals are trained to “do good”. Their role is to fulfil the welfare state’s objective of curing or alleviating health problems among the population. The training of healthcare professionals ...
    • Reading skills for sight translation in public-sector services 

      Nilsen, Anne Birgitta; Monsrud, May-Britt (University of Western Sydney, 2015)
      Interpreters in public-sector services in Norway report that they sight translate almost every day; a mode of translation that requires well-developed reading skills. Nevertheless, in interpreter training programs and ...
    • Realizations and functions of impoliteness in discourse about language and identity in Croatian and Montenegrin media 

      Saric, Ljiljana; Felberg Radanovic, Tatjana (Peter Lang, 2017)
      This chapter addresses realizations of impoliteness in written discourse thematizing language and identity in Croatian and Montenegrin media (online and print newspapers, and internet forums) in 2010 and 2011. The main ...
    • REDD og norsk klimakolonialisme i Tanzania 

      Benjaminsen, Tor A; Svarstad, Hanne (Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2018-04)
      Finansiering av internasjonalt skogvern som klimatiltak (REDD) har det siste tiåret spilt en viktig rolle i Norges internasjonale profilering. Dette er et tiltak det i Norge har vært tverrpolitisk enighet om, og som ...
    • Religion, worldview, and values in an international class 

      Hoaas, Geir (European Teacher Education Network (ETEN), 2015)
      Students attending the international course, “Multicultural Identity in a Global World” (MCI), in Oslo, come from many different European countries, some also from Asia, Africa, Latin-America or the USA. They meet and ...
    • Rethinking Education for All 

      Carm, Ellen (MDPI, 2013-08-13)
      The rational for this paper is contextualized within a broader national and international agenda of reaching Education for All (EFA), knowledge transformation and production with an overall focus on Education for Sustainable ...