Centre for Research on Discretion and Paternalism Bergen

Publications

ARTICLE: New study presents needed insights into how legal decision-makers in Norway justify care orders of newborn children.
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ARTICLE: A new study shows interesting findings about the population’s view of adoption as a child welfare measure.
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WORKING PAPER: Analysis by Hasan M. Baniamin examines the dynamics of acceptance of parental corporal punishment around the world.
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NEW CHAPTER: Skivenes & Tefre examine the structures for detecting and communicating errors and mistakes in the Norwegian child protection […]
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NEW ARTICLE: Comparison of the judicial child protection procedures in Germany with other European countries.
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NEW REPORT: Comparison of the Norwegian child protection system and the systems of five East European countries.
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NEW ARTICLE: Need for a re-examination of the rights of infants and their specific needs in the Nordic welfare states.
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NEW ARTICLE: Decisions about terminating parental rights to ensure an adoption from care are not accountable, finds new analysis.
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NEW ARTICLE: Interesting differences between the professionals that make decisions about children and families and the population.
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THESIS: Trond Helland has examined care order cases in the European Court of Human Rights in his master’s theses.
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