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(En)Gendering Change in Small-scale Fisheries and Fishing Communities in a Globalized World, Guest Editorial
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-09-28)
<i>Introduction</i>: This thematic collection, entitled “(En)Gendering Change in Small-scale Fisheries and Fishing Communities in a Globalized World”, emerged many years ago and finally materialized, thanks to the support of the Cluster “Women & Gender in Fisheries” of Too Big To Ignore, and the Working Group “Gendered Seas” of Ocean Past Platform (OPP) a European Union COST Action. In order to ...
Citizenship as Distributed Achievements: Shaping New Conditions for an Everyday Life with Dementia
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-02-01)
Citizenship for people with a disability has become a notable subject within disability studies, but dementia has only sparingly been included in these studies. However, an important international debate on citizenship for people with dementia is emerging, highlighting rights, empowerment, agency, and new socio-political understandings. Yet, even though these studies often entail a relational ...
The personal is political yet again: Bringing struggles between gender equality and gendered next of kin onto the feminist agenda
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-05-18)
In spite of feminist criticism of the welfare state, Norwegian society is frequently perceived as gender-equal. As a truism of public discourse, gender equality affirms a neoliberal understanding of individuals as able to act independently and to freely choose their course in life. This article disrupts that truism with an analysis of a transitional process that occurred to a seemingly free and ...
Implicit Affective Rivalry: A Behavioral and fMRI Study Combining Olfactory and Auditory Stimulation
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-12-18)
Aversive odors are highly salient stimuli that serve a protective function. Thus, emotional reactions elicited by negative odors may be hardly influenceable. We aim to elucidate if negative mood induced by negative odors can be modulated automatically by positively valenced stimuli. We included 32 healthy participants (16 men) in an fMRI design combining aversive and neutral olfactory stimuli with ...