Domus Nova, 5.-7.fl. (map)
St. Olavs plass 5
by Charlotta Holström and May-Len Skilbrei
By Anette Bringedal Houge and Kjersti Lohne
By Thomas Ugelvik and Dorina Damsa
By Thomas Horn and Thomas Ugelvik
New book in the Routledge series on Frontiers of Criminal Justice.
by Kristin Bergtora Sandvik, Katja Lindskov Jacobsen and Sean Martin McDonald.
by Sharon Pickering, Mary Bosworth, and Katja Franko
Blogpost at the Sociological Review
Kaufmann, Mareile (2017): Resilience, Emergencies and the Internet: Security In-Formation. Oxon and New York: Routledge. Routledge Studies in Resilience.
by May-Len Skilbrei and Charlotta Holmstöm
- theorizing server practices in the nighttime economy.
Assemblage theory and narrative environments.
Recreational drug use, symbolic boundaries, and drug trends.
by May-Len Skilbrei and Per Jørgen Ystehede.
by Ragnhild Sollund
by Wouter Stol, Helene I. Gundhus, Siv Runhovde, Karianne Rønning
Embraced By the Welfare State?
Skilbrei, May-Len and Holmström, Charlotta (2017), "Linking Prostitution and Human Trafficking Policies: The Nordic Experience", Hans Nelen og Dina Siegel (Eds.) Contemporary Organized Crime, Springer.
Sollund, Ragnhild (2017), "Perceptions and law enforcement of illegal and legal wolf killing in Norway: organized crime or folk crime?", Palgrave Communications.
Sandberg, Sveinung and Skjælaaen, Øystein (2017), “'Shoes on your hands': perceptions of alcohol among young adolescents in Norway", Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy.
Damsa, Dorina and Ugelvik, Thomas (2017), "A Difference That Makes a Difference? Reflexivity and Researcher Effects in an All-Foreign Prison", International Journal of Qualitative Methods 16(1), Sage Publications.
Sandvik, Kristin Bergtora and Lemaitre, Julieta (2017), "Finding the Roads to Justice? Examining Trajectories of Transition for Internally Displaced Women in Colombia", Stability: International Journal of Security and Development 6(1)
Sandvik, Kristin Bergtora and Raymond, Nathaniel A. (2017), "Beyond the Protective Effect: Towards a Theory of Harm for Information Communication Technologies in Mass Atrocity Response," Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal 11(1).