Information and Resources on Gender Equality and Gender Research in Norway

Publications
A selection of research publications on population and migration by gender researchers from Norway - published 1996-2006. Publications of research with gender perspective published after 2006 can be found at Kilden.
Byberg, I. H. (2002). Immigrant women in Norway : a summary of findings on demography, education, labour and income. Oslo: Statistisk sentralbyrå.
Fiori, F. (2003). Family and fertility patterns in Norway : a gender perspective. [Trondheim]: Department of Sociology and Political Science, NTNU.
Fuglerud, Ø. (2002). The housewife and the soldier. Tamil construction of womanhood in the age of migration. Kvinder, Køn & Forsknng(2), 20-30.
Representing : gender, ethnicity and nation in word and image (2001). Granqvist, K., & Spring, U. (Eds.). Tromsø: Kvinnforsk.
Grönroos, M., & Lorenzen, E. (2003). Jämställdhetsstatistik i Norden: kartläggning av status år 2002 = Statistics on gender equality in the Nordic countries : a survey of the status 2002. København: Nordisk ministerråd.
Gullestad, M. (2006). Plausible prejudice : everyday experiences and social images of nation, culture and race. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.
Hamilton, L. C., & Otterstad, O. (1998). Sex ratio and community size : Notes from the Northern Atlantic. Population and Environment, 20(1), 11-22.
Kjeldstad, R. (1998). Women and men in Norway 1998. Oslo: Statistisk sentralbyrå.
Kjeldstad, R., & Kristiansen, J. E. (2001). Constructing a regional gender equality index : reflections on a first experience with Norwegian data. Statistical journal of the United Nations, 18, 41-49.
Lappegård, T. (2002). Education attainment and fertility pattern among Norwegian women. Oslo: Statistics Norway.
The life of women and men in Europe: a statistical portrait : data 1980-2000. (2002). Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.
Moser, I. (2006). Sociotechnical practices and difference - On the interferences between disability, gender, and class. Science Technology & Human Values, 31(5), 537-564.
Ostberg, S. (2003). Norwegian-Pakistani Adolescents: Negotiating Religion, Gender, Ethnicity and Social Boundaries. Young : Nordic Journal of Youth Research, 11(2), 161-181.
Rønsen, M. (1999). Assessing the impact of parental leave : effects on fertility and female employment /. In P. Moss & F. Deven (eds.), Parental leave : progress or pitfall? pp. 193-225 ). Brüssel: Vlaamse Gemeenschap/CBGS.
Rønsen, M. (2004). Fertility and family policy in Norway : a reflection on trends and possible connections Demographic research, 10, 263-286.
Thapa, S. B., & Hauff, E. (2005). Gender differences in factors associated with psychological distress among immigrants from low- and middle-income countries - Findings from the Oslo Health Study. Social Psychiatry And Psychiatric Epidemiology, 40(1), 78-84.
Trapped between law and life : report on abused minority women in the Nordic countries. (2005). Roskilde: Roskilde universitety.
Vågenes, V. (1998). Women of interior - men of exterior : the gender order of Hadendowa nomads, Red Sea Hills, Sudan. Bergen: Department of Geography, University of Bergen.
Women and men in Norway 1998. (1998). Oslo: Statistisk sentralbyrå.
Women and men in the Nordic countries: facts and figures 1999. (1999). Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers.