Pernille Søderholm Nyvoll

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Visiting address Kristian Augusts gate 17 Domus Juridica 8.etg 0164 OSLO
Postal address Postboks 6706 St. Olavs plass 0130 OSLO
Other affiliations Faculty of Law (Student)

Academic interests

Pernille has an interest in prison, prison cooperation and qualitative methods. 

Courses taught

  • Pernille currently teaches in KRIM2101.  

Background

Pernille holds a interdisciplinary Master's degree in European studies from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). During the degree she has studied abroad in Spain and England, and been a trainee at the Norwegian Embassy in Riga and at NTNUs Brussels Office. Through her traineeship in Riga she became interested in the EEA & Norway Grants, and choose to write her master thesis on the Norway Grant's Correctional Services programme. The thesis was a qualitative analysis of the role and effect of the Norway Grants to the Latvian probation and prison service.  

 She has also worked with research support at the Department of Neuromedicine and Movement Science at NTNU, mostly with welfare technology and social robotics.  

Project description

Pernilles research will look at health in prison from a interdisciplinarian perspective. The concept health is often associated with traditional medical treatment. This project will look at health from a broader perspective, such as architecture, material conditions, social relations and agency.  

The majority of the data collection will take place in Bastøy prison, a prison described by international media as the "world's nicest prison".  

Pernille seeks to find out if it is possible for prisons to offer a positive environment allowing for a good health.  

The PhD thesis is to be delivered in 2024.  

Publications

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  • Boyle, Rose Elisabeth & Nyvoll, Pernille (2021). Snapshots from ongoing fieldwork.
  • Nyvoll, Pernille; Søraa, Roger Andre; Sørgaard, Jon & Serrano, Artur (2020). Gerontechnologies of the home as socio-technical assemblages of trust. Gerontechnology. ISSN 1569-1101. 19. doi: 10.4017/gt.2020.19.s.70024.5
  • Søraa, Roger Andre; Nyvoll, Pernille Søderholm & Sørgaard, Jon (2020). Velferdsteknologi, seminar med helsefagelever.
  • Søraa, Roger Andre; Nyvoll, Pernille Søderholm; Bruijning, Nienke & Serrano, Artur (2020). Cyborg Cinema #1 robot forum film screening and discussion "Robot and Frank".
  • Nyvoll, Pernille; Søraa, Roger Andre; Sørgaard, Jon & Serrano, Artur (2020). Gerontechnologies of the home as socio-technical assemblages of trust.
  • Søraa, Roger Andre & Nyvoll, Pernille Søderholm (2019). Social robots mitigating loneliness in the north.
  • Nyvoll, Pernille Søderholm & Søraa, Roger Andre (2019). eWare - Social Robot and Lifestyle Monitoring.
  • Nyvoll, Pernille Søderholm; Søraa, Roger Andre; Serrano, Artur; Sutcliffe, Thomas Edward & Bruijning, Nienke (2019). LIFEBOTS Exchange Seminar and Workshop on Care Practices and Welfare Technologies.
  • Søraa, Roger Andre; Serrano, Artur; Nyvoll, Pernille Søderholm & Sutcliffe, Thomas Edward (2019). South Korean perspectives on STS.
  • Serrano, Artur; Søraa, Roger Andre & Nyvoll, Pernille Søderholm (2019). LIFEBOTS-Exchange web page.
  • Søraa, Roger Andre; Serrano, Artur & Nyvoll, Pernille Søderholm (2019). IMRO-lab web page.
  • Nyvoll, Pernille; Søraa, Roger Andre; Kharas, Mark William & Serrano, Artur (2019). www.lifebots.eu (LIFEBOTS Exchange website).
  • Nyvoll, Pernille; Kharas, Mark William; Søraa, Roger Andre; Serrano, Artur & Bruijning, Nienke (2019). www.imrolab.no (Immersive Robotics Lab website).
  • Nyvoll, Pernille Søderholm & Steinnes, Kristian (2018). Norwegian and Latvian cooperation in correctional services - A qualitative analysis of the role and effect of the Norway Grants to the Latvian probation and prison service. NTNU.

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