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    • The Effect of Ethnicity and Economy upon Intergenerational Coresidence : Northern Norway during the Last Part of the Nineteenth Century 

      Jåstad, Hilde Leikny (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      During the last part of the nineteenth century, Finnmark province and the Northern part of Troms experienced a decline in intergenerational coresidence. This article discusses what impact ethnic affiliation and economic activity had on the living arrangements of the elderly, and what contributed to the change. Logistic regression shows that ethnicity played a role, but its effect disappears after ...
    • Viewing Ethnicity from the Perspective of Individuals and Households: Finnmark during the Late Nineteenty Century 

      Jåstad, Hilde Leikny (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      In Norway, historical sources which yield first-hand information about how different ethnic groups defined themselves are scarce. Second-hand information on the other hand is available in the population censuses undertaken from 1845 onwards. The first part of this article gives a brief description of the source material, and in order to evaluate the strength of the ethnicity variable given in the ...
    • From Nature to iNature. Articulating a Sami Christian Identity Online. 

      Olsen, Torjer Andreas (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      The article discusses the activities of both indigenous people and religion online, and introduces the pair of concepts indigeneity-online/online-indigeneity as a means of analysing this activity. This concept is new, and leans heavily on the pair of concepts religion-online/online-religion that is used in religious studies. The second part of the article consists of an analysis of the website ...
    • Ultraviolet vision and avoidance of power lines in birds and mammals 

      Tyler, N. J. C.; Stokkan, Karl-Arne; Hogg, Chris; Nellemann, Christian; Vistnes, Arnt Inge; Jeffery, Glen (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2014)
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    • A cybernetic future for small-scale fisheries 

      Brattland, Camilla (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2014-12-11)
      This article discusses the future of indigenous Sami fisheries in cybernetic fisheries systems characterized by increasing effectivization and industrialisation. It empirically investigates the past and present development of a small-scale fjord fishery in Porsanger, northern Norway, which has been a major part of the material basis for indigenous Sami culture and settlements in the area. The ...
    • "Samisk religion" i dag: Kyrkjeliv, urfolksidentitet og nyreligiøsitet 

      Fonneland, Trude A.; Olsen, Torjer Andreas (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    • Hunters, herders and hearths: interpreting new results from hearth row sites in Pasvik, Arctic Norway 

      Hedman, Sven-Donald; Olsen, Bjørnar Julius; Vretemark, Maria (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      The transition from hunting to reindeer herding has been a central topic in a number of archaeological works. Recently conducted archaeological investigation of two interior hearth row sites in Pasvik, Arctic Norway, have yielded new results that add significantly to the discussion. The sites are dated within the period 1000-1300 AD, and are unique within this corpus due to their rich bone assemblages. ...
    • "Being the master in one’s own house:" Opinions and experiences with the Finnmark Estate 

      Broderstad, Else Grete; Hausner, Vera Helene; Josefsen, Eva; Søreng, Siri Ulfsdatter (Conference object; Konferansebidrag, 2015-08-26)
      In northernmost Norway the right to own and manage the land in Finnmark, was transferred from the state to the the Finnmark Estate (FeFo) in 2005. The land tenure arrangement was a result of land claims made by the indigenous Sami people of Norway. The resources and the land that was previously managed to the best for all Norwegian citizens by the state, is now managed to the best for the ...
    • Kunnskap om samiske forhold som integrert del av lærerutdanningene 

      Olsen, Torjer Andreas; Sollid, Hilde; Johansen, Åse Mette (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Skal du bli lærer i Norge, må du kunne ivareta rettighetene til samiske barn og ungdommer, men også opplæring om samiske forhold for alle elever. Dette slår de nasjonale forskriftene om rammeplan for lærerutdanningene fast. Hva betyr egentlig dette for lærerutdanningene? I denne artikkelen utforsker vi dette spørsmålet ved å se rammeplanens føringer i sammenheng med samiske temaers plass i ...
    • Yoik experiences and possible positive health outcomes: An explorative pilot study 

      Hämäläinen, Soile; Musial, Frauke; Graff, Ola; Olsen, Torjer Andreas; Salamonsen, Anita (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2017-01-19)
      Background: Yoik is an old vocal music tradition of Sami, the indigenous people inhabiting Northern Fennoscandia and Kola peninsula in Russia. Studies of music therapy (MT) and especially singing have documented improvements in social and overall functioning in people With severe mental disorders and positive effect on depressive symptoms and sleep quality. Possible connections between yoik and ...
    • This Word is (Not?) Very Exciting: Considering Intersectionality in Indigenous Studies 

      Olsen, Torjer Andreas (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-08-02)
      Gender and intersectional approaches can provide important insights and reflections for indigenous studies. Issues related to indigenous people and communities are broad and complex. Doing research within indigenous studies has to consist of more than simply discussing indigenous identity. I argue that intersectional approaches of varying kinds provide an opportunity to understand several aspects ...
    • "Urfolk" og "mangfold" i skolens læreplaner 

      Olsen, Torjer Andreas; Andreassen, Bengt-Ove (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-09-17)
      Since 1974, the curriculum for the Norwegian school has had a overarching part that puts the school and its content into a bigger social and political context. As such, this part of the curriculum is a highly political and ideological text that expresses the state's purpose and interest related to the school. This article looks into how indigenous people, minorities and diversity is represented in ...
    • From indigenous education to indigenising mainstream education 

      Kemi Gjerpe, Kajsa (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-09-17)
      The purpose of this article is to discuss the concept of “indigenous education” in Norway and Aotearoa New Zealand. The point of departure is that both states face a common challenge with regard to indigenous education: Valuable resources are used on indigenous schools, but the majority of indigenous students attend mainstream schools. The article claims that the emphasis on indigenous schools has ...
    • Samisk nasjonaldag i skolen: Mellom feiring og markering 

      Olsen, Torjer Andreas; Sollid, Hilde (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Den samiske nasjonaldagen 6. februar blei innstifta i 1992 til minne om det første samiske landsmøtet eller folkemøtet i Trondheim i 1917. I dag er dagen flere steder i landet blitt en viktig dag for å lage en markering og ha en anledning til å ta opp et samisk innhold i undervisninga. Vi går i denne artikkelen inn på den samiske nasjonaldagen som ritual på skolen. Teoretisk sett ser vi til ...
    • Inuit Attitudes towards Co-Managing Wildlife in Three Communities in the Kivalliq Region of Nunavut, Canada 

      Lokken, Nils; Clark, Douglas; Broderstad, Else Grete; Hausner, Vera Helene (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-03-31)
      We explored Inuit attitudes towards co-managing wildlife in the Kivalliq Region of Nunavut, Canada, working in partnership with the hunters and trappers’ organizations of Igluligaarjuk (Chesterfield Inlet), Tikirarjuaq (Whale Cove), and Qamani’tuaq (Baker Lake). In mixed-methods interviews, study participants in the two coastal communities described dissatisfaction with polar bear (<i>Ursus ...
    • Indigenous Agency and Normative Change from ‘Below’ in Russia: Izhma-Komi’s Perspective on Governance and Recognition 

      Peeters, Marina Goloviznina (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-10-22)
      The article addresses the issue of indigenous agency and its influence on the contestation of indigenous rights norms in an extractive context from the perspective of organizations representing people, whose recognition as ‘indigenous’ is withheld by the Russian authorities. The article argues that a governance perspective and approach to recognition from ‘below’ provides a useful lens for comprehensively ...
    • Local support among arctic residents to a land tenure reform in Finnmark, Norway 

      Broderstad, Else Grete; Hausner, Vera Helene; Josefsen, Eva; Søreng, Siri Ulfsdatter (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-11-22)
      Claims for indigenous rights to land and resources are influencing land use policies worldwide. The public’s support for such land tenure arrangements has rarely been investigated. We present a unique case from the Norwegian Arctic, where land claims made by the indigenous Sami people have resulted in the transfer of land tenure and resource management from the government to the residents of Finnmark ...