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    • Multiple ontologies of Alzheimer’s disease in Still Alice and A Song for Martin: A feminist visual studies of technoscience perspective 

      Lukic, Dragana (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-02-22)
      The prevalence of dementia is increasing worldwide, but there is still no hope of a cure. Huge resources go into biomedical research, whose reductive ‘enactment’ has severe consequences for women, who are predominantly affected by dementia.<br> To challenge such tragic enactment, this article considers ‘multiple ontologies’ of the most common type of dementia – Alzheimer’s disease (AD) – in the ...
    • I kjønneste orden? Kvalitet og betydningen av kjønn i vurdering av professor- og dosentkompetanse i kunstfagene 

      Blix, Hilde Synnøve; Mittner, Lilli; Gjærum, Rikke Gürgens (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-06-24)
      Denne artikkelen har som mål å bidra til diskusjoner om begrepet kvalitet slik det framkommer i bedømmelsesprosesser ved professor- og dosentopprykk, gjennom å utforske hvorvidt og hvordan kjønn har betydning for måten kvalitet vurderes og kommer til uttrykk på i slike prosesser. Studien er en analyse av dybdeintervjuer med fem erfarne komitémedlemmer i kunstutdanningsfeltet i Norge. Vår analyse av ...
    • Ambivalently awaiting: Norwegian general practitioners' expectations towards a cross-Institutional Electronic health record 

      Melby, Line; Andreassen, Hege Kristin; Torsvik, Torbjørn; Ellingsen, Gunnar; Severinsen, Gro-Hilde; Silsand, Line; Ekeland, Anne Granstrøm; Saadatfard, Omid; Pedersen, Rune (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-11)
      A cross-institutional Electronic Health Record (EHR) where all healthcare workers can access a patient's record, is seen as an important means to improved access to information, better patient care, and increased efficiency. In Norway, the first EHR of this type (US based Epic EHR) is to be implemented in the Central Norway Regional Health Authority. General practitioners (GPs) are central actors ...
    • Women fishers in Norway: few, but significant 

      Gerrard, Siri; Kleiber, Danika (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-11-05)
      Professional fishing and fisheries quota systems can affect women and men differently, yet gender analysis of quota systems is rare. In this article, we use a feminist framing and a mixed methods approach to examine the long-term gendered effects of the introduction of the 1990 quota system in Norway. Using statistics from the National Fishery Registry and the Directorate of Fisheries, we found that ...
    • Situated transformations of women and gender relations in small-scale fisheries and communities in a globalized world 

      Frangoudes, Katia; Gerrard, Siri; Kleiber, Danika (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-11-19)
      The need to uncover, interrogate, and integrate women’s contributions to fisheries in research and development has never been clearer. As coastal and fisheries management continues to look to the Sustainable Development Goals and the Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries in the context of Food Security and Poverty Eradication, as frameworks and mandates, gender equity ...
    • Nordic eHealth Benchmarking. Towards evidence informed policies 

      Nøhr, Christian; Faxvaag, Arild; Chen, Hsi Tsai; Hardardóttir, Gudrun Audur; Hypponen, Hannele; Andreassen, Hege Kristin; Gilstad, Heidi; Jonsson, Heidin; Reponen, Jarmo; Kaipio, Johanna; Øvlisen, Maja; Kangas, Maarit; Bertelsen, Pernille; Koch, Sabine; Villumsen, Sidsel; Schmidt, Thomas; Vehko, Tuulikki; Vimarlund, Vivian (Research report; Forskningsrapport, 2020)
      The Nordic eHealth group forms the basis for ongoing knowledge sharing across the Nordic countries regarding strategic issues within digitalisation in healthcare. Digitalisation is increasingly becoming a central means for supporting the delivery of healthcare services around the globe. The Nordic region is regarded as a frontrunner when it comes to the implementation and use of digital solutions. ...
    • Arctic Arcadia: Modern Adaptations of an Antique Idea 

      Losleben, Katrin (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-01-09)
    • Commentary 6 to the Manifesto for the marine social sciences: gender and the role of women 

      Frangoudes, Katia; Gerrard, Siri; Said, Alicia (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-07-09)
      The Manifesto for the Social Sciences includes two references to gender and the position of women in fisheries: MMSS 1.2.4 refers to the continuing neglect of women’s contributions to the fish supply chain and MMSS 3.6 highlights the need for systematic attention to gendered patterns and inequalities in all the topics of the Manifesto. We elaborate on these points in the following pages, focusing ...
    • Den Norden lesen: Erinnerungen, Wahrnehmungen und Bedeutungen im interdisziplinären Dialog 

      Mittner, Lilli; Wagner, Gabriela (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-12-10)
      Unser Beitrag basiert auf der Methode der dramatischen Montage (Klok & Haselmann 2019). In der Begegnung mit zwei autoethnografischen literarischen Quellen, „Die Doktorsfamilie im hohen Norden“ (Gjems Selmer 1905) und „Eine Frau erlebt die Polarnacht“ (Ritter 1938), bewegen wir uns im Zwischenraum zeitlich und disziplinär getrennter Denkwelten. In unserer jeweiligen Rolle als Kulturwissenschaftlerin ...
    • Unternehmen Mittelklasse, ein unpassender Kastrat und wer am lautesten schreit: Das schwierige Verhältnis der Times zu Giovanni Battista Velluti 

      Losleben, Katrin (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-12-15)
      Nach dem Erfolg, den Giovanni Battista Velluti (1780–1861) als Armando im Giacomo Meyerbeers <i>Crociato in Egitto</i> 1824 zunächst im La Fenice in Venedig, kurz darauf, im Mai, im Teatro della Pergola in Florenz gefeiert hatte, debütierte der letzte berühmte Opernkastrat am 30. Juni 1825 im King’s Theatre der englischen Hauptstadt. Zu diesem Zeitpunkt war er wenigstens den Leser*innen der jüngst ...
    • Situating an Art Intervention with People Living with Dementia in a public space 

      Mittner, Lilli; Gjærum, Rikke Gürgens (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    • A short-term musical training affects implicit emotion regulation only in behaviour but not in brain activity 

      Berthold-Losleben, M; Papalini, S; Habel, U; Losleben, K; Schneider, F; Amunts, K; Kohn, N (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2021-04-26)
      Background: In everyday life, negative emotions can be implicitly regulated by positive stimuli, without any conscious cognitive engagement; however, the effects of such implicit regulation on mood and related neuro-mechanisms, remain poorly investigated in literature. Yet, improving implicit emotional regulation could reduce psychological burden and therefore be clinically relevant for treating ...
    • Forslag til saker på årsmøtet i Norges Fiskarlag 

      Andreassen, Hege Kristin; Gerrard, Siri (Chronicle; Kronikk, 2021-10-09)
      Den siste uka har det pågått en debatt i media om trakassering av kvinner i fiskeryrket. Kvinnelige fiskere har stått fram med rystende historier. Ukulturen i fiskerinæringen er et kulturelt og strukturelt problem.
    • Resonating moments. Exploring socio-material connectivity through artistic encounters with people living with dementia 

      Mittner, Lilli (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2021-10-24)
      In this article, I introduce insights from new material feminist theories into the understanding of connectivity on the basis of an aesthetic analysis of artistic encounters with people living with dementia. I draw on data from a situated art intervention conducted within the Resonance Project at a residential care home in Northern Norway where researchers, artists, health-care professionals, people ...
    • Re-conceptualizing the gap as a potential space of becoming: Exploring aesthetic experiences with people living with dementia 

      Mittner, Lilli; Dalby, Karoline; Gjærum, Rikke Gürgens (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2021-11-19)
      Purpose: In this paper we describe how co-creative art practices can involve people living with dementia as active citizens. We build on the Nordic Relational Model of Disability (GAP model) that conceptualizes levels of functioning as a mismatch between individual abilities and requirements from the environment.<p> <p>Design: We explore how reciprocal aesthetic experiences from two residential ...
    • In Limbo: Seven Families` Experiences of Encounter with Cancer Care i Norway 

      Solberg, Monica; Berg, Geir Vegard; Andreassen, Hege Kristin (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2021-11-26)
      Introduction: Like many other countries, Norway has seen a shift from inpatient to outpatient cancer care, with pathways aimed at improving the integration and coordination of health services. This study explores the perspectives of seven patients and their family members in light of this change. We focus on one particular phase of the pathway: the first encounter. Our interviews were set in the ...
    • Sustainable gender equality: Opening the black-box of quality assessment in higher arts education 

      Mittner, Lilli; Gjærum, Rikke Gürgens; Blix, Hilde Synnøve (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2022)
      Issues of gender equality (GE) in academia receive increasing attention in terms of social justice and human resource management, and quality of research (Leach, 2016; Thompson, 2018; Pandey, 2019). While there is a body of research on gender representations and measures for women’s advancement in academia (Riegraf et al., 2010), little research has been conducted on the intertwinement of quality ...
    • Introduction: Research, Education, and Self-Determination in Sámi and Indigenous Journalism 

      Sara, Inker-Anni; Krøvel, Roy; Jensen, Ellen Marie; Fridman, Marina; Eira, Nils Johan (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      This article advances the critical importance of Indigenous journalism – both as a field and practice – for Indigenous peoples’ right to self-determination. The co-authors demonstrate this through discussions of education, scholarship, and dissemination. We begin with a review of the current state of Indigenous journalism education while making a strong case for the continued development and advancement ...
    • Barns fiskevær: Jenters og gutters uteaktiviteter som bidrag til konstruksjon av sted og kjønn 

      Gerrard, Siri (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-08-29)
      Artikkelen handler om barn og deres utendørsaktiviteter i et nordnorsk fiskevær som jeg velger å kalle for Fiskeværet. Barna, dvs. fire jenter og fem gutter i åtte-tiårsalderen, gikk på en skole der elever fra flere trinn var samlet i en og samme klasse, noe som er vanlig på norske skoler der elevtallet er lite. Spørsmålet jeg stiller er hvordan barnas utendørsaktiviteter bidro til å konstruere sted ...