A selection of research publications on education and research 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.
Eriksen, T. R. (2004). Gendered professional identity and professional knowledge in female health education - put into perspective by a follow-up study (1987-2002) NORA : Nordic Journal for Women's Studies, 12(1), 20-30.
Follo, G. (2000). Machines, muscles and rough talk: young women among males in forestry education. Trondheim: Centre for Rural Research, Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Follo, G. (2002). A hero's journey: young women among males in forestry education. Journal of Rural Studies, 18(3), 293-306.
Halsaa, B. (2004). Bed of Roses: Academic Feminism 1880-1980. In H. Rømer Christensen, B. Halsaa & A. Saarinen (eds.), Crossing Borders : Re-mapping Women's Movements at the Turn of the 21st Century pp. 81-99). Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark.
Kyvik, S., & Teigen, M. (1996). Child care, research collaboration, and gender differences in scientific productivity. Science Technology & Human Values, 21(1), 54-71.
Lappegård, T. (2002). Education attainment and fertility pattern among Norwegian women. Oslo: Statistics Norway.
Lexow, J. (1998). Education inventory on mainstreaming gender equality: overall report : final draft. Oslo: Nordic consulting group.
Lexow, J. (1998). Education inventory on mainstreaming gender equality: overall report : part two : appendices. Oslo: Nordic consulting group.
Lie, S. S., & Vogt, K. (2002). Gender, education and ideology: the case of Syria. Oslo: University of Oslo, Institute for Educational Research [and] Institute for Cultural Studies.
Lippe, G. v. d. (1997). Gender discrimination in the Norwegian academia : a hidden male game or an inspiration for postmodern feminist praxis? In J.-M. Fernández-Balboa (ed.), Critical postmodernism in human movement, physical education, and sport pp. 27-37). Albany, N.Y: State University of New York Press.
Manger, T. (1997). Gender differences in mathematical achievement among Norwegian elementary school students: mean differences, subskill differences, and relationships to mathematics self-concept and spatial visualization. Bergen: Department of Psychosocial Science, Faculty of Psychology, University of Bergen.
Mastekaasa, A. (2005). Gender differences in educational attainment: the case of doctoral degrees in Norway. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 26(3), 375-394.
Mjelde, L. (2004). Women and apprenticeship: Industrial, technological skilling and gendering changes in the printing industry in Norway. In A. Lindgren & A. Heikkinen (eds.), Social competences in vocational and continuing education pp. 119-138). Bern Peter Lang.
Nielsen, H. B., & Rudberg, M. (2000). Gender, love and education in three generations - The way out and up. European Journal of Women's Studies, 7(4), 423-453.
Nordli, H. (1998). From "Spice Girls" to cyber girls? : the role of educational strategies in the construction of computer-enthusiastic girls in Norway. Trondheim: Senter for teknologi og samfunn, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet.
Okkelmo, K. F. (1999). Some gender related challenges in primary education in Swaziland: a focus on girls and boys within the classrooms. Oslo: University of Oslo, Institute for Educational Research.
Rhedding-Jones, J., & Vandsemb, B. H. (2002). Girls at school: a qualitative review in Bangladesh : final review of Female Secondary Education Stipend Project (FESP) phase 2 (NORAD). Oslo: Oslo University College.
Rogg, E. (2001). Passion and pain in Academia. NORA : Nordic Journal for Women's Studies, 9(3), 154-161.
Rønning, A. H. (2000). Gender, Culture and Powersharing in the Academy. In M.-L. Kearney (ed.), Women, Power and the Academy : From Rhetoric to Reality pp. 99-109). Paris: UNESCO.
Sinnes, A. (2006). Three approaches to gender equity in science education. Nordina(3), 72-83.
Sinnes, A. T. (2005). Approaches to gender equity in science education: two initiatives in sub-Saharan Africa seen through a lensderived from feminist critique of science (Vol. no. 38). Oslo: Department of Teacher Education and School Development, Faculty of Education, University of Oslo.
Skrede, K. (2002). Towards gender equality in Norway's young generations? In J. Carling (ed.), Nordic demography: Trends and differentials pp. 191-218). Oslo: Unipub Nordic Demographic Society.
Skaalvik, S., & Skaalvik, E. M. (2004). Gender differences in Math and verbal self-concept, performance expectations, and motivation. Sex Roles, 50(3-4), 241-252.
Smeby, J. C. (2000). Same-gender relationships in graduate supervision. Higher Education, 40(1), 53-67.
Soerlie, V., Talseth, A. G., & Norberg, A. (1997). Male nurses - Reasons for entering and experiences of being in the profession. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 11(2), 113-118.
Sumer, S. (1998). Incongruent modernities : A comparative study of higher educated women from urban Turkey and Norway. Acta Sociologica, 41(2), 115-129.