Information and Resources on Gender Equality and Gender Research in Norway

Publications
A selection of research publications on families and relationships by gender researchers from Norway - published 1996-2006. Published research with gender perspective dated after 2006 can be found at Kilden.
Andenaes, A. (2005). Neutral claims - Gendered meanings: Parenthood and developmental psychology in a modem welfare state. Feminism & Psychology, 15(2), 209-226.
Arnesen, K. (2003). Playing gender in public and community spaces. Norsk geografisk tidsskrift, 57(3), 164-172.
Bandlien, B. (2005). Man or monster?: negotiations of masculinity in Old Norse society (Vol. 236). Oslo: Unipub.
Bolsø, A. (2002). Power in the erotic: feminism and lesbian practice. Trondheim: Department of Sociology and Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management, Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Brandth, B., & Kvande, E. (1997). Masculinity and child care : the reconstruction of fathering. Dragvoll: Senter for kvinneforskning, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet.
Brandth, B., & Kvande, E. (2001). Flexible Work and Flexible Fathers. Work, Employment & Society, 15(2), 251-267.
Brandth, B., & Kvande, E. (2002). Reflexive fathers: negotiating parental leave and working life. Gender, Work and Organization, 9(2), 186-204.
Brandth, B., & Kvande, E. (2003). Children, Work and the New fathers. Father Presence in Child Care. In A.-M. Jensen & L. McKee (eds.), Children and the Changing Family - Between Transformation and Negotiation). London: Falmer Routledge.
Brandth, B., & Kvande, E. (2003). "Home Alone" Fathers. NIKK magasin(3), 22-25.
Broch, H. B. (2003). Embodied play and gender identities in competitive handball for children in Norway. In E. P. Archetti & N. Dyck (eds.), Sport, Dance and Embodied Identities pp. 75-93). Oxford: Berg Publishers
Bromseth, J. C. H. (2006). Genre trouble and the body that mattered: negotiations of gender, sexuality and identity in a Scandinavian mailing list community for lesbian and bisexual women (Vol. 76-2006). Trondheim: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Arts, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture.
Bull, H. H. (2006). Marriage decisions in a peasant society: the role of the family of origin with regard to adult children's choice of marriage partner and the timing of their marriage in Rendalen, Norway, 1750-1900 (Vol. 268). Oslo: Faculty of Humanities, University of Oslo.
Bye, L. M. (2003). Masculinity and rurality at play in stories about hunting. Norsk geografisk tidsskrift, 57(3), 145-153.
Bø, I. (2002). Mors og fars foreldreskap når barnehagen er med i bildet = Mother's and father's parenthood when child daycare is part of the picture. Nordisk pedagogikk = Nordic Educational Research, 22(1), 1-12.
Bøhn, P. K. (2000). Motivation in children: the effect of achievement goal values and the perception of parents' achievement goal values on the nature of boys and girls involvement in sport. Oslo: Norges idrettshøgskole.
Men on parental leave : how men use parental leave in the Nordic countries (1998). Carlsen, S. (Ed.). Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers.
Dahl, T. S. (1997). The Muslim family: a study of women's rights in Islam. Oslo: Scandinavian University Press.
Ellingsæter, A. L. (2003). The complexity of family policy reform - The case of Norway. European Societies, 5(4), 419-443.
Engan, E. T., Brandth, B., & Kvande, E. (2003). Culture, Custom and Caring. Menís and Womenís Possibilities to Parental leave. Report 1. Statistical information Norway. Trondheim: NTNU.
Engan, E. T., Brandth, B., & Kvande, E. (2003). Culture, Custom and Caring. Menís and Womenís Possibilities to Parental leave. Report 2. Qualitative description of cases, Norway. Trondheim: NTNU.
Engdal, M. (2005). Ricoeur and the girls - On the playful presentation of being a girl in a threatening world and Ricoeur's paradigm of reading. European Journal of Women's Studies, 12(4), 453-469.
Ericsson, K., & Simonsen, E. (2005). Children of World War II: the hidden enemy legacy. Oxford: Berg.
Eriksen, J. (2003). Public payment for informal care of disabled children - Some dilemmas of the Norwegian welfare state. European Societies, 5(4), 445-463.
Moulding masculinities : Vol 1: Among men (2003). Ervø, S., & Johansson, T. (Eds.). Aldershot Ashgate.
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.
Fürst, E. L. o., & Ekstrøm, M. P. (2001). The Gendered Division of Cooking. In U. Kjærnes (ed.), Eating Patterns. A Day in the Lives of Nordic Peoples). Lysaker National Instititute for Consumer Research.
Grue, L., & Laerum, K. T. (2002). 'Doing motherhood': some experiences of mothers with physical disabilities. Disability & Society, 17(6), 671-683.
Gullestad, M. (2001). Kitchen-table society : a case study of the family life and friendships of young working-class mothers in urban Norway. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.
Hagemann, G. (2002). Housewife or Citizen? The Dilemma of Twentieth-Century Gender Politics. In Pathways to the Past: Essays in Honour of Sølvi Sogner pp. 152-162). Oslo Novus forlag.
Halvorsen, R. (1998). The Ambiguity of Lesbian and Gay Marriages. Change and Continuity in the Symbolic Order. Journal of Homosexuality, 35 (3/4).
Scandinavian homosexualities : essays on gay and lesbian studies (1998). Halvorsen, R., & Löfström, J. (Eds.). New York: Haworth Press.
Haram, L. (1999). Women out of sight: modern women in gendered worlds : the case of the Meru of Northern Tanzania. Bergen: Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bergen.
Generations, kinship and care: gendered provisions of social security in central eastern Europe (2005). Haukanes, H., & Pine, F. (Eds.). Bergen: University of Bergen, Centre for Women's and Gender Research.
Haukanes, H., & Pine, F. (2005). Generations, kinship and care: gendered provisions of social security in central eastern Europe. Bergen: University of Bergen, Centre for Women's and Gender Research.
Holter, Ø. G. (2003). Can men do it? : men and gender equality - the Nordic experience. Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers Nordiska ministerrådet.
Jacobsen, C. M. (2004). Negotiating gender : discourse and practice among young muslims in Norway. Tidsskrift for kirke, religion og samfunn, 17(1), 5-28.
Jensen, A.-M., & McKee, L. (2003). Children and the changing family: between transformation and negotiation. London: RoutledgeFalmer.
Johansen, H. M. (2005). Marriage or money? Legal actions for enforcement of marriage contracts in Norway. In M. Ågren & A. L. Erickson (eds.), The Marital economy in Scandinavia and Britain, 1400-1900 pp. 31-55). Aldershot: Ashgate.
Johansen, H. M. (2005). Marriage trouble, separation and divorce in early modern Norway. In M. Ågren & A. L. Erickson (eds.), The Marital economy in Scandinavia and Britain, 1400-1900 pp. 271-295). Aldershot: Ashgate.
Perspectives of equality : work, women and family in the Nordic countries and EU (2000). Kalliomaa-Puha, L. (Ed.). Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers.
Kjeldstad, R. (2000). Employment strategy policies and lone parenthood: The case of Norway Social politics: International studies in gender, state and society, 7(3), 343-371.
Kjeldstad, R., & Rønsen, M. (2004). Welfare rules, business cycles, and employment dynamics among lone parents in Norway. Feminist economics, 10(2), 61-89.
Knudsen, K., & Waerness, K. (2001). National context, individual characteristics and attitudes on mothers' employment: A comparative analysis of Great Britain, Sweden and Norway. Acta Sociologica, 44(1), 67-79.
Leira, A. (2002). Working parents and the welfare state : family change and policy reform in Scandinavia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Levin, I. (1997). The stepparent role from a gender perspective. Marriage And Family Review, 26(1-2), 177-190.
Lewis, J. (2002). Mobilising gender issues: report from the "Living for tomorrow" project on youth, gender and HIV/AIDS prevention. Oslo: NIKK.
Lewis, J., & Clift, S. (2001). Challenging gender issues: report on findings from the "Living for tomorrow" project about young people's attitudes to men, women and sex. Oslo: NIKK.
Lidén, H. (2005). Negotiating autonomy : girls and parental authority in multiethnic Norway. London: Goldsmiths college, Univerity of London.
Lie, M. (2000). Two generations: Life stories and social change in Malaysia. Journal of Gender Studies, 9(1), 27-43.
Lie, M., & Sørensen, K. H. (1996). Making technology our own? : domesticating technology into everyday life. Oslo ; Stockholm: Scandinavian Univ. Press.
Men and gender equality : new challenges. (1998). København: Nordisk Ministerråd.
Middelthon, A.-L. (2001). Being young and gay in the context of HIV: a qualitative study among young Norwegian gay men. Oslo: University of Oslo.
Nielsen, H. B. (2002). One of the boys? : doing gender in scouting. Geneva: World Organization of the Scout Movement.
Nielsen, H. B. (2004). European gender lessons - Girls and boys at scout camps in Denmark, Portugal, Russia and Slovakia. Childhood - A Global Journal of Child Research, 11(2), 207-226.
Nielsen, H. B. (2004). Noisy girls : new subjectivities and old gender discourses. Young : Nordic Journal of Youth Research, 12(1), 9-30.
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.
The Nordic model of marriage and the welfare state (2000). Melby, K. (Ed.). Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers.
Pape, H. (1997). Drinking, getting stoned or staying sober : a general population study of alcohol consumption, cannabis use, drinking-related problems and sobriety among young men and women (Vol. 14/97). Oslo: NOVA.
Pedersen, W. (1996). Working-class boys at the margins : Ethnic prejudice, cultural capital, and gender. Acta Sociologica, 39(3), 257-279.
Pedersen, W., & Blekesaune, M. (2003). Sexual satisfaction in young adulthood - Cohabitation, committed dating or unattached life? Acta Sociologica, 46(3), 179-193.
Roos, E., Lahelma, E., Saastamoinen, P., & Elstad, J. I. (2005). The association of employment status and family status with health among women and men in four Nordic countries. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 33(4), 250-260.
Rudberg, M., & Nielsen, H. B. (2005). Potential Spaces - Subjectivities and Gender in a Generational Perspective. Feminism & Psychology, 15(2), 127-148.
Rønsen, M. (2001). Market work, child care and the division of household labour : adaptations of Norwegian mothers before and after the cash-for-care reform. Oslo: Statistisk sentralbyrå.
Rønsen, M. (2004). Fertility and family policy in Norway : a reflection on trends and possible connections Demographic research, 10, 263-286.
Sandvik, H. (2005). Decision-making on marital property in Norway, 1500-1800. In M. Ågren & A. L. Erickson (eds.), The Marital economy in Scandinavia and Britain, 1400-1900
 pp. 169-195). Aldershot: Ashgate.
Skevik, A. (2003). Children of the welfare state: Individuals with entitlements, or hidden in the family? Journal of Social Policy, 32, 423-440.
Skrede, K. (2003). Gender, generations and life courses in the melting pot. In Natalie Rogoff Ramsøy (1924-2002): En pioner i norsk og internasjonal sosiologi - et minneskrift pp. 58-85). Oslo: Norsk institutt for forskning om oppvekst, velferd og aldring.
Stiles, D. A., Gibbons, J. L., Lie, S. S., Sand, T., & Krull, J. (1998). Now I am living i Norway : Immigrant girls describe themselves. Cross Cultural Research: The Journal of Comparative Social Science, 279-299.
Sümer, S. (2004). Family and gender practices of Turkish and Norwegian urban. Sosiologisk tidsskrift, 12( 4), 343-367, 380.
Thagaard, T. (1997). Gender, power, and love : a study of interaction between spouses. Acta sociologica, 40( 4), 357-376.
Thrane, C. (2000). Men, women, and leisure time: Scandinavian evidence of gender inequality. Leisure Sciences, 22(2), 109-122.
Valle, A. K., Torgersen, L., Roysamb, E., Klepp, K. I., & Thelle, D. S. (2005). Social class, gender and psychosocial predictors for early sexual debut among 16 year olds in Oslo. European Journal of Public Health, 15(2), 185-194.
Vandeskog, B. G. (2004). Love taken for granted: relationships between fathers and adolescent sons among Pakeha New Zealanders. Bergen: University of Bergen.
Widerberg, K. (2006). Embodying modern times - Investigating tiredness. Time & Society, 15(1), 105-120.