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    • New trends and old stereotypes in foreign aid : book essays 

      Hansen, Ketil Fred (Journal article, 2013-06)
      The three volumes reviewed here are dealing with challenging and problematic areas concerning foreign aid. All three discuss to a various degree, the powers and hidden agendas in the donor – recipient relationships, the ...
    • Norsk litteratur bak muren: Publikasjons- og sensurhistorie fra DDR (1951–1990) 

      Jager, Benedikt (Book, 2014)
      Benedikt Jager undersøker i denne boken hvordan norsk litteratur ble mottatt i det totalitære Øst-Tyskland. Mellom 1950 og 1990 ble i alt 91 norske titler oversatt og utgitt på det østtyske markedet. Forfatteren viser ...
    • A Norwegian Perspective: Student teachers` orientations towards cultural and linguistic diversity in schools 

      Thomassen, Wenche Elisabeth; Munthe, Elaine (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-07)
      This is a qualitative study about Norwegian preservice teachers’ orientations towards teaching in multilingual and multicultural classrooms – contributing to global research in this field. The theoretical approach, and ...
    • Nygnostisk antropologi : menneskesynet i New Age i et teologihistorisk perspektiv 

      Skottene, Ragnar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2007)
      During the last 30–40 years, «new» religious movements have invaded secular segments of our northern and western culture. Among these movements, the so-called New Age movement has played rather a dominant role. This article ...
    • Obituary: Norman Francis Blake (1934–2012) 

      Thaisen, Jacob (Journal article, 2013-02)
      ‘‘Norman F. Blake, University of Sheffield’’. Students of English around the world will have come across title pages and article headers with this name and affiliation, for Blake’s academic output was extensive and varied. ...
    • Official naming in Hå, Klepp and Time 

      Særheim, Inge (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      Toponyms localize, reflect and give information about historical traditions and various phenomena in an area. They form part of the local heritage and culture. The relationship between place names, heritage and identity is ...
    • Official urban naming : cultural heritage and identity 

      Særheim, Inge (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2007)
      In modern cities naming forms part of urban planning. The naming principles often reflect cultural aspects like heritage, local tradition and identity. Official urban names are links to the past and signs of continuity and ...
    • Ola Stemshaug 20/1 1936 – 27/8 2013 

      Særheim, Inge (Journal article, 2013)
      Med Ola Stemshaug er ein av dei fremste representantane for norsk og nordisk namneforsking gått bort. Det faglege interessefeltet hans femnde vidt, noko som ein omfattande vitskapleg og populærvitskapleg produksjon er ...
    • Olav H. Hauge og nynorsk omsetjingskunst 

      Myrvoll, Klaus Johan; Spaans, Ronny Grønning (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Norske litteraturkritikarar har hevda at Olav H. Hauge (1908–1994) tidlegare enn nokon annan omsetjar skal ha interessert seg for den nye modernistiske kanon. Denne artikkelen argumenterer for at dette biletet baserer seg ...
    • Om Husserls syn på perseptuell begrunnelse 

      Larsen, Tarjei Mandt (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Artikkelen søker å bidra til å eksplisere forpliktelsene til Husserls syn på perseptuell begrunnelse. Husserl karakteriserer persepsjon som erfaring av «legemlig gitte» fysiske ting. Grunnprinsippet i hans persepsjonsepistemologi ...
    • On a uniqueness property of second convolutions 

      Blank, Natalia (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2009)
      Let M∞ denote the space of all finite nontrivial complex Borel measures on the real line whose variation has a fast decay at −∞.
    • Orresnora, Falkehytta, Mågahuset og Ørnhus: nokre stadnamn som har bakgrunn i fuglefangst 

      Særheim, Inge (Journal article, 2013)
      A number of local place-names (microtoponyms) from southwestern Norway, along the coast as well as in the mountains, denote locations where birds have been caught. The semantic content of some toponyms provides specific ...
    • PhD revisited: Future teachers of English. A study of competence in the teaching of writing 

      Drew, Ion Patrick Francis (Chapter, 2019-06)
      This chapter reports a doctoral study (Drew, 1997) which explored factors linked to student teachers’ competence to teach written English in Norwegian compulsory schools. The teaching of writing was perceived from the ...
    • Population figures, gender distribution, patterns of settlement and migration in area of the Karmsund strait and Stavanger in the second half of the nineteenth century 

      Tysdal, Olav (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-01-12)
      This paper concerns population development in the coastal districts near Stavanger County (from 1919, the County of Rogaland) in the second half of the nineteenth century. Its objective is to throw light on relationships ...
    • Psykologi - et flernivåperspektiv 

      Gundersen, Ståle (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2010)
      Psychology – a multi-level perspective Traditional models of theory reduction and explanation (the deductive-nomological model) may be adequate models for understanding what characterizes physics, but they don’t seem to ...
    • Sakrale stadnamn 

      Særheim, Inge (Journal article, 2012)
      The study of sacral place-names is the subject of some sixty articles in the first ninety-nine volumes of Namn och bygd. The authors discuss toponyms supposedly referring to earlier cult and religious conceptions, e.g. ...
    • Seansar og minnet om dei døde 

      Kalvig, Anne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012-06)
      At dei døde lever vidare i minnet vårt, er ingen oppsiktsvekkande påstand i det norske samfunnet. På kva måte eit slikt etterliv går føre seg, utgjer likevel førestillingar og praksisar av ymse og omdiskuterte slag. ...
    • Side, Kråke og Mula : Teig- og naturnamn som er utvikla av oblik kasusform 

      Særheim, Inge (Journal article, 2014)
      Many farm names reflecting an oblique case in Old Norse are found in south-western Norway, e.g. Bakka (from ON Bakka, oblique case of ON bakki m. ‘hill, slope’) and Brekke (from ON Brekku, oblique case of ON brekka f. ...
    • Teachers’ Use of Film in the History Classroom: A Survey of 19 High School Teachers in Norway 

      Wagner, David-Alexandre (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This article explores the use of films by Norwegian high school teachers in history classes. Empirical data was collected through audio recordings of semi-structured interviews with 19 history teachers from the same urban ...
    • Teaching the Environmental Humanities: International Perspectives and Practices 

      O'Gorman, Emily; Van Dooren, Thom; Münster, Ursula; Adamson, Joni; Mauch, Christof; Sörlin, Sverker; Armiero, Marco; Lindström, Kati; Houston, Donna; Pádua, José Augusto; Rigby, Kate; Jones, Owain; Motion, Judy; Muecke, Stephen; Chang, Chia-Ju; Lu, Shuyuan; Jones, Christopher; Green, Lesley; Matose, Frank; Twidle, Hedley; Schneider-Mayerson, Matthew; Wiggin, Bethany; Jørgensen, Dolly (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      This article provides the first international overview and detailed discussion of teaching in the environmental humanities (EH). It is divided into three parts. The first offers a series of regional overviews: where, when, ...