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  • Å gjenkjenne usikkerhet. Film, antropologiske oppdagelsesprosedyrer og kunnskap om livet blant migranter i urbane Kamerun 

    Waage, Trond (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-12-19)
    Forskning er en oppdagelsesprosess. Antropologen skal oppdage hvordan livet erfares og organiseres i den konteksten de vi forsker på virker. Bruk av videokamera som verktøy er nyttig i en slik oppdagelsesprosess. De prosessene som genereres ved den filmende antropologs tilstedeværelse, sees i denne artikkelen på som fruktbare inntak til å forstå meningsproduksjon i felten, men også som viktig for ...
  • Post-Petroleum Security in a Changing Arctic: Narratives and Trajectories Towards Viable Futures 

    Dale, Brigt; Kristoffersen, Berit (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-10-04)
    In this paper we explore how post-petroleum security is continually shaped by both the micropolitical practices of everyday life as well as the changing geopolitics of energy landscapes. We focus in particular on the two-decade long struggle over access to hydrocarbon deposits outside the Lofoten, Vesterålen and Senja archipelago groups (LoVeSe), and show how local security perspectives permeate ...
  • Participation according to the law? The research-based knowledge on citizen participation in Norwegian municipal planning 

    Ringholm, Toril M; Nyseth, Torill; Hanssen, Gro Sandkjær (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-08-15)
    Citizen participation is enshrined in the Norwegian Planning and Building Act (PBA) 1985 and accentuated by the 2008 revision of the PBA. In this article, we ask if the research on participation in municipal planning is sufficient to draw conclusions on whether the Act is effective with regard to both the spirit and the letter of the law. The guiding framework for the analysis is based on the ...
  • "Å tenkje som en fauel" Med videokamera i utforskning av relasjonsbygging og meningsdannelse mellom menneske og fugl 

    Sundsvold, Bente (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-12-19)
    I artikkelen undersøkes hvordan bruken av videokamera i feltarbeidssituasjonen kan bidra til å utforske og utvikle tilnærminger til relasjonsbyggingen mellom to ulike arter, menneske og fugl. Empirien er hentet fra ærfuglrøkt på Helgelandskysten, og til en kvinnes arbeid med å bygge opp et nedlagt egg- og dunvær. Hun skal venne ville ærfugler (<i>Somateria mollissima</i>) til mennesker, bygge opp ...
  • Formannskapsmodell i redesign – legitimitetsforståelsen i Tromsøs nye styringsform 

    Bjørnå, Hilde; Morskogen, Tor Arne; Uvsbakk, Nora (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Artikkelen dreier seg om omlegging av lokalpolitisk styringsform. Den tar for seg Tromsø kommune som har hatt formannskapsstyre, så parlamentarisk styre, og går tilbake til formannskapsmodellen. Artikkelen setter søkelys på kommunens handlingsrom og evne til å tilpasse politiske styringsmodeller til lokale erfaringer og utfordringer. Den spør om det er noe av det legitimitetsgrunnlaget som lå i ...
  • Russia and the polar marine environment: The negotiation of the environmental protection measures of the mandatory Polar Code 

    Bognar, Dorottya (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-03-26)
    The International Maritime Organization's Polar Code aims at enhancing polar marine environmental protection from vessel‐source pollution. Russia, the largest Arctic coastal State will play an important role in the Code's implementation and further development. This article analyses Russia's positions and decision‐making mode during the negotiations of the Code's environmental measures. Looking at ...
  • The elephant in the room: article 234 of the Law of the Sea Convention and the Polar Code as an incompletely theorised agreement 

    Bognar, Dorottya (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-07-31)
    The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) International Code for Ships Operating in Polar Waters (Polar Code) is a new chapter in the regulation of Arctic shipping. This international legal instrument can affect the interpretation and practice of national coastal State legislation under article 234, the Arctic exception in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. Relying on documents ...
  • Making sense of the remote areas: films and stories from a tundra village 

    Mankova, Petia (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-06-01)
    Narratives of globalization, conceived of as large-scale political, economic, and cultural processes flowing from metropolitan centers, often emphasize the loss of tradition and cultural originality in the remote and wild peripheries. All three television programs filmed in the past 10 years in Krasnoshchel’e, a remote Arctic village in Northwest Russia where I did anthropological fieldwork, are ...
  • Observasjonell film og situasjonsanalyse. Nye muligheter for utvikling av antropologisk forståelse. 

    Arntsen, Bjørn (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-12-19)
    Hvordan bidrar etnografisk film til antropologisk forståelse? Hva er likheter og forskjeller i perspektiver og metoder i etnografiske filmopptak og en mer konvensjonell antropologi? Film og tekst er to ulike representasjonsformer med ulike styrker og svakheter. Jeg vil her argumentere for at det i møtet mellom den i utgangspunktet tekstbaserte situasjonsanalysen, slik den formuleres av Manchesterskolen, ...
  • The Energy in the Arctic 

    Hoogensen Gjørv, Gunhild (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2016)
    <i>Introduction</i>: The inaugural Fulbright Arctic Initiative (FAI) program is moving into its final phases, and FAI scholars are looking towards finding new and continued synergies between their research efforts. The articles in this issue of the Arctic and International Relations Series represent the excellent work done by scholars contributing to the theme of “energy” for the FAI project. ...
  • Social-ecological timelines to explore human adaptation to coastal change 

    Brattland, Camilla; Eythórsson, Einar; Weines, Jørn; Sunnanå, Knut (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-12-19)
    Through the construction of a socio-ecological timeline for the Porsanger fjord ecosystem, this article illustrates the different ways in which environmental and social–ecological changes have influenced the adaptations of rural households in coastal Sami communities in Finnmark, north Norway. The main finding is that, although environmental change in the form of seal invasions and dwindling ...
  • Who owns education? Schooling, learning and livelihood for the Nyae Nyae Ju|’hoansi 

    Hays, Jennifer (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2016-12-14)
    The Ju|’hoansi are one of the linguistic and cultural groups in southern Africa known collectively as the San. Like other indigenous groups, they have very low enrollment rates in the formal education system. This article describes one attempt to address these issues for the Ju|’hoansi: The Nyae Nyae Village Schools, in which children are educated in Ju|’hoansi language and live with their families ...
  • Methane emissions are lower from reindeer fed lichens compared to a concentrate feed 

    Hansen, Kia Krarup; Sundset, Monica Alterskjær; Folkow, Lars; Nilsen, Marte; Mathiesen, Svein Disch (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Methane emissions from reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus) fed lichens (mainly Cladonia stellaris) and a concentrate feed were determined using open-circuit respirometry. The lichen diet was low in crude protein (< 2.6% of dry matter [DM]), starch (6.0% DM) and acid detergent lignin (2.0% DM) compared to the concentrate feed (12.7, 22.5 and 7.2% DM, respectively), and high in neutral detergent ...
  • Mutual dependency: Young male migrants from the Central African Republic in urban Cameroon 

    Waage, Trond (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    Abstract. Rural Central and Western Africa is losing its population to cities (Adepoju, 2005). The young men described in this article have left poor economic conditions in the Central African Republic for a better life in Cameroon. They are mostly orphans who left their homes before the age of 15 and, through various paths, found their way to Tongo, a Muslim neighbourhood in the centre of the ...
  • Scholarship, Subtext, Submission and Mission: Reintroducing Paul Olav Bodding 

    Bleie, Tone (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    The Santal Mission began as a Baptist home mission in tribal British India in the late 1860s and went through several name changes. It developed into a transatlantic, Lutheran, enlightenment-oriented, pastoral movement in the late pioneer era (1880s-1890s) with ardent supporters in India, England, Scotland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden and America. Under the stewardship of most notably, the co-founders ...
  • Will migrant workers rescue rural regions? Challenges of creating stability through mobility 

    Aure, Marit; Førde, Anniken; Magnussen, Tone (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-03-16)
    Many rural communities experience new growth through in-migration. In Herøy, Northern Norway, this is a result of increased labour migration in the fishing industry and a comprehensive effort by the municipality to encourage migrant workers to settle there. This paper addresses the ambiguities of creating stability through mobility. Through a case study from Herøy, we explore the complex relations ...
  • China’s bilateral diplomacy in the Arctic 

    Peng, Jingchao; Wegge, Njord (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2015-12-11)
    This article investigates China's bilateral diplomacy in the Arctic towards the USA, Canada, Denmark/Greenland, Norway, Russia, and Iceland. In seeking to identify (1) the most important bilateral issues, (2) whether China's diplomacy towards some of Arctic states has been more successful than others, and (3) the long-term goals of China's Arctic diplomacy and presence, the article utilizes insights ...
  • Hva mutter gjør er alltid viktig. Om å være kvinne og mann i en nordnorsk bygd i 1970-årene 

    Holtedahl, Lisbet (Book; Bok, 1986)
    Denne bog er resultatet af et møde med et nordnorsk bygdesamfund kaldet Veggefjord. Den tager udgangspunkt i hvad folk i bygden, «veggefjordinger», lærte mig om hvordan de ser på sig selv og deres omverden, om deres måder at vurdere på og om deres glæder og sorger. Jeg forsøger at bruge et enkelt socialantropologisk analyseværktøj til at tolke og organisere det jeg lærte, og de data jeg opfattede ...
  • Mobile fathering: absence and presence of fathers in the petroleum sector in Norway 

    Aure, Marit (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-04-24)
    This article examines the fathering practices of men in mobile work in the petroleum industry in Norway. In particular, it analyses the spatial mobility of these men and how their absence and presence impact their fathering. Drawing on insights from gendered migration and mobility studies, fathering and ‘new material’ approaches, this article nuances the understanding of current fathering practices ...
  • Re-politicisation as post-NPM response? Municipal companies in a Norwegian context 

    Moldenæs, Turid; Torsteinsen, Harald (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2017-03-17)
    This is an exploratory study of re-politicisation of municipal companies in one Norwegian municipality. Unlike re-municipalisation, which seems to imply the reversal of privatisation and out-contracting, and the reinstitution of municipal ownership, the Norwegian case demonstrates a continued adherence to the provision of certain public services through municipal companies. However, our study reveals ...

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