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states are the largest immigrant group in Norway, with Poles alone making up 13% of the immigrants ( Dzamarija 2014 : 46), they comprise only 8% of the immigrant workers in the hotel sector.
Country of birth of hotel workers in the Greater Oslo region, in percentage of all workers and percentage of immigrant workers (n = 867)
In %of all workers in the hotel industry in Oslo
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Experiences of African immigrant parents within Norwegian welfare society
Berit Overå Johannesen and Lily Appoh
information from the CWS-officials to make a balanced account. The point is, however, not to argue the case of the parents, but to make visible how the moral context of everyday parenting is heavily influenced by institutionalised practices of the welfare state meant to secure citizens’ individual rights.
According to Section 4-3 in the Norwegian Child welfare act, the CWS has the right and duty to make investigations when they receive reports from the public. As part of such investigations, they may demand to speak with the child or children alone in a separate room. In
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The EU enlargement in 2004 was crucial for the growth of the staffing industry in Norway. It gave us access to a huge market of people who wanted to work. (…) The EU expansion made it easier to use cheap
Ismo Söderling, Olga Davydova-Minguet, Simo Mannila, Alexandros Sakellariou, Marita Härmälä and Saila Heinikoski
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The book consists of an Introduction, five chapters and a concluding chapter, followed by an appendix with brief presentations of all the 43 informants who participated in this research. Whilst the introduction sets the ground
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Images and experiences of German speaking au pairs in the United States
Toni: ‘I have seen this in many American families. They go to McDonald’s, and then the children get a hamburger, Chik’n Nuggets and two ice creams. They cannot eat all this, but it doesn’t matter because they only like it like this, as they eat a little bit from everything. Such a waste of money!’ (2. Int. 14: 306)
Even when quoted, Toni’s criticism can be understood as a general dislike for wasting resources and a lack of ‘green thinking’ and something like a well-mannered modesty. Altogether, the examples show that, during the stay, the perception shifted from
Arnfinn H Midtbøen, Nina Gren, MA Kaisa Nissi, Aleksandra Jolkina and Saara Koikkalainen
fascinating and valuable opening for discussion about immigration, mixed marriages, family therapy and mental health.
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