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    • Experiences and Perspectives of Immigrant Mothers in Norway 

      Schmidt, Anne (The University of Bergen, 2018-06-22)
      In just one generation, Norway has witnessed a five-fold increase in its immigrant population. Along with the increase in the immigrant population, the number of immigrant children who receive child welfare measures has ...
      Master thesis
    • Negotiating deficiency: Exploring ethnic minority parents' narratives about encountering child welfare services in Norway 

      Fylkesnes, Marte Knag; Iversen, Anette Christine; Nygren, Lennart (Wiley, 2018-05)
      Evaluating the participatory opportunities for service users within social welfare institutions is a pressing issue. In this article, we explore a group of ethnic minority parents' experiences with child welfare services ...
      Peer reviewedJournal article
    • Parental predictors of children’s executivefunctioning from ages 6 to 10 

      Halse, Marte Kathrine; Steinsbekk, Silje; Hammar, Åsa; Belsky, Jay; Wichstrøm, Lars (Wiley, 2019)
      According to prominent models of child development, parental factors may contribute to individual differences in children’s executive functioning (EF). Here, we examine the relative importance of parents’ socio-economic ...
      Peer reviewedJournal article
    • Time-trends in Nordic adolescents’ communication with their parents 

      Arnarsson, Ársaell; Potrebny, Thomas; Torsheim, Torbjørn; Eriksson, Charli (Universitetsforlaget, 2019-11-11)
      Adolescence is an important developmental period toward greater independence. However, the family is still very important in the life of young people. The aim of this study was to analyse changes over time in easy communication ...
      Peer reviewedJournal article