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    • Language Use and Social Inclusion in International Retirement Migration 

      Cardozo, Ann Elisabeth Laksfoss; Gustafson, Per (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-12)
      The migration of older people in search for improved quality of life has become an important form of human mobility, and popular retirement destinations are often highly multilingual settings. This article explores language ...
    • Late Neolithic Agriculture in Temperate Europe — A Long-Term Experimental Approach 

      Rösch, Manfred; Biester, Harald; Bogenrieder, Arno; Eckmeier, Eileen; Ehrmann, Otto; Gerlach, Renate; Hall, Mathias; Hartkopf-Fröder, Christoph; Herrmann, Ludger; Kury, Birgit; Lechterbeck, Jutta; Schier, Wolfram; Schulz, Erhard (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-02)
      Long-term slash-and-burn experiments, when compared with intensive tillage without manuring, resulted in a huge data set relating to potential crop yields, depending on soil quality, crop type, and agricultural measures. ...
    • Leadership in interprofessional collaboration in health care 

      Folkman, Anne Katrine; Tveit, Bodil; Sverdrup, Sidsel Muri (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-01)
      Purpose: There is a need to develop more knowledge on how frontline managers in health care services facilitate the development of new roles and ways of working in interprofessional collaborative efforts and the challenges ...
    • Learning through urban labour pools: Collected worker experiences and innovation in services 

      Herstad, Sverre Johan; Solheim, Marte Cecilie Wilhelmsen; Engen, Marit (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-11)
      Knowledge-intensive services firms (KIS) depend on the skills and networks of employees, and tend to cluster in large-city regions. This raises the fundamental question of whether KIS ‘learn through urban labour pools’ in ...
    • Learning through urban labour pools: Collected worker experiences and innovation in services 

      Herstad, Sverre Johan; Solheim, Marte Cecilie Wilhelmsen; Engen, Marit (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-07)
      Knowledge-intensive services firms (KIS) depend on the skills and networks of employees, and tend to cluster in large-city regions. This raises the fundamental question of whether KIS ‘learn through urban labour pools’ in ...
    • Lederen som innovatør og balansekunstner : en kvalitativ studie av lederes erfaringer fra forskningssamarbeid mellom helse- og velferdstjenestene og høyere utdanning 

      Alstveit, Marit; Halvorsen, Anne; Willumsen, Elisabeth; Ødegård, Atle (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      The manager as innovator and equilibrist: a qualitative study of the experiences of Norwegian managers in health and welfare service taking part in research partnership with higher education Managers in health and welfare ...
    • Lesson study in teacher education: Learning from a challenging case 

      Bjuland, Raymond; Mosvold, Reidar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Whereas most studies of lesson study in teacher education seem to report on success stories, this article investigates a negative case. From an implementation of lesson study in Norwegian teacher education, we analyse data ...
    • Limit cycle oscillations at resonances 

      Hellevik, Karina; Gudmestad, Ove Tobias (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      This paper deals with limit cycles in one degree of freedom systems. The van der Pol equation is an example of an equation describing systems with clear limit cycles in the phase space (displacement-velocity 2 dimensional ...
    • Limitations related to marine operations in the Barents Sea 

      Gudmestad, Ove Tobias (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Some marine activities in the Barents Sea are normally ongoing year-round; others are dependent on limited weather windows. The limitations for the marine operations are the special weather conditions characterized by ...
    • Linking Readers Theatre to CLIL in foreign language education 

      Drew, Ion (Journal article, 2013)
      This article explores the potential of linking Readers Theatre (RT), a group reading aloud activity, with Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in foreign language education. Both RT and CLIL, independent of each ...
    • Liv, død – evig liv. Liv, død og evig liv drøftet med bakgrunn i Kant og nykantianismen 

      Claussen, Tor (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Artikkelen diskuterer oppfatninger av livet, døden og muligheter for evig liv. Tradisjonelle før-moderne religiøse og mer moderne verdslige og religiøst relaterte oppfatninger blir drøftet. Muligheter for at døden og liv ...
    • Lived experience of vulnerability from a Gypsy Roma Traveller perspective 

      Heaslip, Vanessa; Hean, Sarah; Parker, Jonathan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-03)
      Aims and objectives To describe the lived experience of vulnerability of individuals within a Gypsy Roma Travelling community. Background People experience vulnerability whenever their health or usual functioning is ...
    • Living a meaningful life with chronic pain - further follow-up 

      Dysvik, Elin; Furnes, Bodil (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-03)
      Living a meaningful life with chronic pain seems to depend on the patient having the leading role in their own life. Adequate assistance from healthcare professionals should be balanced during changing circumstances. ...
    • Living with chronic pain: Patients' experiences with healthcare services in Norway 

      Gjesdal, Kine; Dysvik, Elin; Furnes, Bodil (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-04)
      Aim: To explore the experiences with healthcare received by people living with chronic nonmalignant pain in Norway. Design: A descriptive and explorative qualitative design. Methods: A total of 18 individual semistructured ...
    • Living with chronic pain: Patients' experiences with healthcare services in Norway 

      Gjesdal, Kine; Furnes, Bodil; Dysvik, Elin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-05)
      Aim To explore the experiences with healthcare received by people living with chronic nonmalignant pain in Norway. Design A descriptive and explorative qualitative design. Methods A total of 18 individual ...
    • Living with obesity — existential experiences 

      Ueland, Venke Irene; Furnes, Bodil; Dysvik, Elin; Rørtveit, Kristine (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-08)
      Aims and objectives: The aim was to gain in-depth understanding about individuals’ existential experiences of living with obesity. Background: People living with obesity face great vulnerability and existential challenges. ...
    • Living With Obesity: Expressions of Longing 

      Ueland, Venke Irene; Dysvik, Elin; Furnes, Bodil (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-01)
      Abstract Those who are obese experience complex moral distress. The norm in Western societies is to be slim, and people living with obesity experience challenges under the gaze of society. They feel great vulnerability and ...
    • Locating oneself in the past to influence the present: Impacts of Neolithic landscapes on mental health well-being 

      Heaslip, Vanessa; Vahdaninia, Mariam; Hind, Martin; Darvill, Tim; Staelens, Yvette; O’Donoghue, Daniel; Drysdale, Laura; Lunt, Sara; Hogg, Chris; Alfrey, Martin; Clifton, Briony; Sutcliffe, Toby (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-12)
      There are well-established links between mental health and the environment. Mental illness is a global issue, and international policies increasingly focus on promoting mental health well-being through community-based ...
    • Loneliness, loss and social support among cognitively intact older people with cancer, living in nursing homes - a mixed-methods study 

      Drageset, Jorunn; Eide, Geir Egil; Dysvik, Elin; Furnes, Bodil; Hauge, Solveig (Journal article, 2015-05)
      Background: Loneliness is a significant psychosocial effect following a cancer diagnosis and may prevent people from engaging in social activities, thus creating difficulties in interpersonal relationships. This study ...
    • Long-term changes in regional vegetation cover along the west coast of southern Norway: The importance of human impact 

      Hjelle, Kari Loe; Halvorsen, Lene Synnøve; Prøsch-Danielsen, Lisbeth; Sugita, Shinya; Paus, Aage; Kaland, Peter Emil; Mehl, Ingvild Kristine; Overland, Anette; Danielsen, Randi; Høeg, Helge Irgens; Midtbø, Inger (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-03-01)
      Questions: How open was the landscape prior to agriculture? Did agriculture start earlier in the south than in the north? How did the vegetation change in different regions after the introduction of agriculture? Location: ...