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Between diverging discourses of the child: juveniles’ self-construction in coercive residential care
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
Based on a qualitative study, this article explores how Norwegian juveniles construct themselves through stories of everyday life in coercive residential care and how this is related to diverging discourses of the child’s ...
Vitenskap for politikk - Om bidrag til matkontroll og matforsyning
Forholdet mellom fag og politikk er sentralt i forvaltningsforskningen. Denne artikkelen tar for seg leveranser fra vitenskap til politikk og forvaltning i første halvdel av 1900-tallet. I en tid hvor forvaltningen for ...
International Perspectives on Child-responsive Courts
Child friendly justice and access to justice for children are explicit concerns for the European Union, the Committee on the Rights of the Child, the Council of Europe and the Child Rights International Network. This study ...
Student motivation for social studies. Existential exploration or critical engagement
(sowi-online e.V., 2018-11-29)
Purpose: To understand what motivates students for social studies. Design: Social studies as a school subject is defined in terms of its contents (knowledge, skills, values), by its teaching methods and by the ...
Defending parenthood: A look at parents' legal argumentation in Norwegian care order appeal proceedings
This paper examines parents' legal argumentation in 15 appealed care order (child removal) cases in one Norwegian district court, asking on what grounds parents appeal their case. I investigate the pragmatic, ethical, and ...