Information and Resources on Gender Equality and Gender Research in Norway

A selection of research publications on culture, religion and sports by gender researchers from Norway - published 1996-2006. Published research with gender perspective dated after 2006 can be found at Kilden.
Angell, O. H. (2004). Welfare, church and gender in Norway. In N. E. Beckman (ed.), Welfare, church and gender in eight European countries pp. 63-102). Uppsala: Diakonivetenskapliga institutet.
Balsvik, R. R. (2000). Where are we? : notes on the history of North Norway in a gender perspective. In H. Valestrand (ed.), Nord og nedenfra : bidrag fra "Tromsøforskere" til Women's Worlds 99 pp. 72-82). Tromsø: Kvinnforsk, Universitetet i Tromsø.
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
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.
Børresen, K. E. (2002). From patristics to matristics: selected articles on Christian gender models. Roma: Herder Verlag.
Børresen, K. E. (2004). Christian and Islamic gender models in formative traditions. Roma: Herder Verlag.
Børresen, K. E., Cabibbo, S., & Specht, E. (2001). European Studies on Gender and Religion. Roma: Carocci.
Børresen, K. E., Cabibbo, S., & Specht, E. (2001). Gender and religion: European studies. Roma: Carocci.
Challenging situatedness: gender, culture and the production of knowledge (2005). Engelstad, E., & Gerrard, S. (Eds.). Delft: Eburon.
Dahl, T. S. (1997). The Muslim family: a study of women's rights in Islam. Oslo: Scandinavian University Press.
Eng, H. (2003). Sporting sex/uality : doing sex and sexuality in a Norwegian sports context. Oslo: Norwegian University of Sport and Physical Education.
Frånberg, G.-M., & Skålnes, S. (1998). The social construction of gender in different cultural contexts. Stockholm: Fritzes.
Furseth, I. (2005). From "Everything has a meaning" to "I want to believe in something": Religious change between two generations of women in Norway. Social Compass, 52(2), 157-168.
Instead of the ideal debate : doing politics and doing gender in Nordic political campaign discourse (2001). Gomard, K., & Krogstad, A. (Eds.). Århus: Aarhus University Press.
Representing : gender, ethnicity and nation in word and image (2001). Granqvist, K., & Spring, U. (Eds.). Tromsø: Kvinnforsk.
Gender and sport. (2000). Oslo: Norges idrettshøgskole.
Gender, power, text : Nordic culture in the twentieth century (2004). Forsås-Scott, H. (Ed.). Norwich: Norvik Press.
Gullestad, M. (2006). Plausible prejudice : everyday experiences and social images of nation, culture and race. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.
Hovden, J. (1999). Is it worth the price? : women's involvement in leadership and coaching in sport organizations in Norway. Women in sport & physical activity journal, 8(1), 23-45.
Hovden, J. (2000). "Heavyweight" men and younger women : the gendering of selection processes in Norwegian sport organizations. NORA : Nordic Journal for Women's Studies, 8(1), 17-32.
Hovden, J. (2000). Short communications : gender and leadership selection processes in Norwegian sporting organizations. International review for the sociology of sport, 35(1), 75-82.
Hovden, J. (2000). The value of gender in the globalized sport system. In Gender and sport pp. 13-20). Oslo: Norges idrettshøgskole.
Hovden, J. (2005). When women take the lead : Olga Olaussen as local trail blazer in sports leadership. In A. R. Hofmann & E. Trangbæk (eds.), International perspectives on sporting women in past and present : a Festschrift for Gertrud Pfister pp. 273-290). København University of Copehagen, Institute of exercise and sport sciences.
Hovden, J. (2006). The gender order as a policy issue in sport : a study of Norwegian sports organizations. NORA : Nordic Journal for Women's Studies, 14(1), 41-53.
Hovden, J. (2006). Gender, power and sports. NORA : Nordic Journal for Women's Studies, 14(1), 4-11.
Humberstone, B., & Gurholt, K. P. (2000). Gendered 'natural' spaces : a comparison of contemporary women's experiences of outdoor adventure (UK) and friluftsliv (Norway). In B. Humberstone (ed.), Her outdoors : risk, challenge and adventure in gendered open spaces pp. 101-111). Eastbourne Leisure Studies Association.
Humberstone, B., & Gurholt, K. P. (2001). Gender, class and outdoor traditions in the UK and Norway. Sport, education and society, 6(1), 23-33.
Jacobsen, C. M. (2004). Negotiating gender : discourse and practice among young muslims in Norway. Tidsskrift for kirke, religion og samfunn, 17(1), 5-28.
Johnsen, B. (2001). Sport, masculinities and power relations in prison. Oslo: Norwegian University of Sport and Physical Education.
Kanzari, K. (2003). Perspectives from Islam and science on gender and knowledge. Bergen: Faculty of Arts, the Department of Philosophy, the University of Bergen.
Kjelsas, E., & Augestad, L. B. (2004). Gender, eating behavior, and personality characteristics in physically active students. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science In Sports, 14(4), 258-268.
Klomsten, A. T., Marsh, H. W., & Skaalvik, E. M. (2005). Adolescents' perceptions of masculine and feminine values in sport and physical education: A study of gender differences. Sex Roles, 52(9-10), 625-636.
Klomsten, A. T., Skaalvik, E. M., & Espnes, G. A. (2004). Physical self-concept and sports: Do gender differences still exist? Sex Roles, 50(1-2), 119-127.
Koppen, R. (1997). Scenes of infidelity: feminism in the theatre. Oslo: Solum.
Kraft, S.-E. (1999). The sex problem : political aspects of gender discourse in the Theosophical Society 1875-1930. Bergen: University of Bergen, IKRR - Dept. of the History of Religions.
Langås, U. (2005). What did Nora do? Thinking gender with A doll's house. Ibsen studies, 5(2), 148-171.
Woman in a Northern landscape (1999). Liljegren, S. I. (Ed.). Nordfold: Forlaget Nora Kvinneuniversitet Nord.
Lippe, G. v. d. (2000). Heresy as a victorious political practice : grass-roots politics in Norwegian sports 1972-1975. International review for the sociology of sport, 35(2), 181-198.
Lippe, G. v. d. (2000). Hysterization of womens' bodies : legitimation of the gendered body in a sport and a health context in Norway from 1890 to 1950. In J. Hansen & N. K. Nielsen (eds.), Sports, body and health pp. 105-121). Odense Odense University Press.
Lippe, G. v. d. (2000). Medical texts on gender, sexuality, and sport in Norway, 1890-1950: Changing metaphors on feminities and masculinities. Journal of Sport History, 27(3), 481-495.
Lippe, G. v. d. (2000). Primary Sources and Theoretical Analysis of Women's Sports in Norway in the 1930s: A Bastardian Exergesis or a Fruitful Point of Departure? The Sports Historian, 20(2), 67-93.
Lippe, G. v. d. (2002). Fridtjof Nansen - the making of his world of men. The Sports historian, 22(2), 98-118.
Lippe, G. v. d. (2002). Media Image: Sport, Gender and National Identities in Five European Countries. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 37(3-4), 371-394.
Lippe, G. v. d. (2002). Mediated masculine scandal in the Norwegian press : the football world cup of 1954. In S. J. Bandy (ed.), Nordic narratives in sport and physical culture : transdiciplinary perspectives). Aarhus Aarhus universitet.
Lippe, G. v. d. (2005). Female flying bodies in Norwegian sports media In A. R. Hofmann & E. Trangbæk (eds.), International perspectives on sporting women in past and present : a Festschrift for Gertrud Pfister pp. 321-343). København University of Copehagen, Institute of exercise and sport sciences.
Gender and vocation : women, religion and social change in the Nordic countries, 1830-1940 (2000). Markkola, P. (Ed.). Helsinki: Suomalaisen kirjallisuuden seura/Finnish Literature Society.
Mikaelsson, L. (2003). Marie Monsen: Charistmatic revivalist, feminist fighter. Scandinavian Journal of History, 28(2), 121-133.
Mikaelsson, L. (2004). Gendering the History of Religions. In P. Antes, A. W. Geertz & R. R. Warne (eds.), New Approaches to the Study of Religion. Volume 1: Regional, Critical, and Historical Approaches pp. 295-315). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
Moi, T. (2002). Sexual-textual politics : feminist literary theory. London: Routledge.
Moxnes, H. (2005). Jesus in gender trouble. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning(3), 20-34, 80.
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.
Okkenhaug, I. M. (2003). Gender and Nordic missions in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Scandinavian Journal of History, 28(2), 73-82.
Gender, race and religion : Nordic missions 1860-1940 (2003). Okkenhaug, I. M. (Ed.). Uppsala: Swedish Institute of Missionary Research.
Gender, religion and change in the Middle East : two hundred years of history (2005). Okkenhaug, I. M., & Flaskerud, I. (Eds.). New York: Berg.
Ostberg, S. (2003). Norwegian-Pakistani Adolescents: Negotiating Religion, Gender, Ethnicity and Social Boundaries. Young : Nordic Journal of Youth Research, 11(2), 161-181.
Pedersen, W. (1996). Working-class boys at the margins : Ethnic prejudice, cultural capital, and gender. Acta Sociologica, 39(3), 257-279.
Predelli, L. N. (1998). Contested patriarchy and missionary feminism: The Norwegian Missionary Society in nineteenth century Norway and Madagascar. Oslo: L. Nyhagen Predelli.
Predelli, L. N. (2003). Emma Dahl: Contesting the patriarchal gender regime of the Norwegian Missionary Society in Madagascar. Scandinavian Journal of History, 28(2), 103-120.
Predelli, L. N. (2003). Issues of gender, race, and class in the Norwegian Missionary Society in nineteenth-century Norway and Madagascar. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press.
Predelli, L. N. (2004). Interpreting gender in Islam - A case study of immigrant Muslim women in Oslo, Norway. Gender & Society, 18(4), 473-493.
Rimeslåtten, A. K. (2004). Equality, democracy and participation in Norwegian sports : equal opportunities or gender difference? : a study of female employees and elected representatives in the Norwegian Olympic Committee and Confederation of Sports. London: London School of Economics and Political Science.
Ryall, A., & Sandbach-Dahlström, C. (Eds.) (2003). Mary Wollstonecraft's journey to Scandinavia : essays. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International.
Rygaard, Jette (2003). Gender differences: Reality or history? Nora: Nordic Journal of Women’s Studies: Gender & New Media, 11(3), 170-183.
Sabo, A. G. (2005). The status of sexuality, pornography, and the morality in Norway : are the critics ready for Bjørneboe's joyful inversion of Mykle's guilt trip? NORA : Nordic Journal for Women's Studies, 13(1), 36-47.
Salomonsen, J. (2002). Enchanted feminism : ritual, gender and divinity among the reclaiming witches of San Francisco. London: Routledge.
Salomonsen, J. (2006). Faith with a Licence to Kill? God unmediated by moral law in Knutby, Sweden. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning(1-2), 68-85.
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.
Walseth, K. (2006). Sport and integration: the experience of young Muslim women. Oslo: Norwegian School of Sport Sciences.
Økland, J. (2000). Women in their place: Paul and the Corinthian discourse of gender and sanctuary space. Oslo: University of Oslo.
Økland, J. (2004). Women in their place : Paul and the Corinthian discourse of gender and sanctuaryspace (Vol. 269). London: T&T Clark.
Ørjasæter, K. (2005). Mother, wife and role model : a contextual perspective on feminism in A doll's house. Ibsen studies, 5(1), 19-47.