Centre for Research on Discretion and Paternalism Bergen

Publications

NEW ARTICLE: Study of population attitudes towards corporal punishment in five European countries.
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NEW ARTICLE: Decision-makers exercise of discretion in decisions on adoption from care.
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NEW ARTICLE: Analysis shows that the status and respect of the child’s de facto family life is increasing.
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NEW ARTICLE: Many children are absent in the decision-maker’s justification and conclusion about adoption, finds Skivenes & McEwan-Strand.
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ARTICLE: Krutzinna & Skivenes analyse judicial decision makers’ assessment of mothers’ parenting capacities in newborn removal cases.
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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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