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Marie Louise Seeberg

Marie Louise Seeberg

About

Marie Louise Seeberg is Research Director at NOVA's Department for Childhood, Family and Child Welfare. A social anthropologist, she has conducted fieldwork in a wide array of settings. In her PhD thesis, she explored and compared the ways in which Dutch and Norwegian schools deal with ethnic and other differences. Her research topics also include the meanings of home and homeland among Vietnamese refugees in Norway, relations between Swedish welfare institutions and refugees from Vietnam, and conditions for asylum seeking children in Norway. In later years, she has especially studied care worker migration into Norway and developed her interest in complexity and systems theory. From 2013, she leads the IMISCOE research cluster “Contested Childhoods in times of Crises” and from 2016 she leads WELLMIG https://blogg.hioa.no/wellmig/about-the-project/

Fields of study

Academic disciplines

Social anthropology

Subject areas

Migration   Nationalism   Refugees   Immigration   Borders   Childhood   Transnationalism   Nursing and care   School   Asylum seekers   Ethnic relations   Labour migration   Health workerrs

Research projects

Scientific publications

Vaughn, Taylor; Seeberg, Marie Louise; Gotehus, Aslaug (2020). Waiting: Migrant nurses in Norway. Time & Society . Vol. 29.

Vaughn, Taylor; Seeberg, Marie Louise; Gotehus, Aslaug (2019). Waiting: Migrant nurses in Norway. Time & Society . Vol. 29.

Seeberg, Marie Louise (2017). Alt er relativt: ytelser til barnefamilier i norske asylmottak, 1989–2017. Tidsskrift for velferdsforskning . Vol. 20.

Hydle, Ida Marie; Seeberg, Marie Louise (2017). Difference as culture: Roots and implications of a mode of framing. Pali, Brunilda; Aertsen, Ivo (Ed.). Restoring Justice and Security in Intercultural Europe. 1. Routledge.

Sirovatka, Tomáš; Valkova, Jana; Seeberg, Marie Louise (2017). Conclusions. Sirovatka, Tomáš; Valkova, Jana (Ed.). Understanding Care Policies in Changing Times:Experiences and Lessons from the Czech Republic and Norway. 8. p. 209-232. Nakladatelství Masarykovy univerzity.

Bjørnholt, Margunn; Stefansen, Kari; Gashi, Liridona; Seeberg, Marie Louise (2017). Balancing acts: Policy frameworks and family care strategies in Norway. Sirovatka, Tomáš; Valkova, Jana (Ed.). Understanding Care Policies in Changing Times:Experiences and Lessons from the Czech Republic and Norway. 6. p. 161-184. Nakladatelství Masarykovy univerzity.
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Seeberg, Marie Louise; Jessen, Jorunn Theresia (2017). Providing care services: strategies of key actors and emerging policy change in Norway. Sirovatka, Tomáš; Valkova, Jana (Ed.). Understanding Care Policies in Changing Times:Experiences and Lessons from the Czech Republic and Norway. 4. p. 115-134. Nakladatelství Masarykovy univerzity.

Horak, Pavel; Horakova, Marketa; Seeberg, Marie Louise; Jessen, Jorunn Theresia (2017). Care policies and governance in Norway and the Czech Republic. Sirovatka, Tomáš; Valkova, Jana (Ed.). Understanding Care Policies in Changing Times:Experiences and Lessons from the Czech Republic and Norway. 2. p. 55-86. Nakladatelství Masarykovy univerzity.

Gozdziak, Elzbieta M.; Seeberg, Marie Louise (2016). Looking Ahead: Contested Childhoods and Migrancy. Seeberg, Marie Louise; Gozdziak, Elzbieta M. (Ed.). Contested Childhoods: Growing up in Migrancy. Migration, Governance, Identities. Kapittel 10. p. 179-188. Springer.

Seeberg, Marie Louise (2016). Child Refugees and National Boundaries. Seeberg, Marie Louise; Gozdziak, Elzbieta M. (Ed.). Contested Childhoods: Growing up in Migrancy. Migration, Governance, Identities. Kapittel 3. p. 43-59. Springer.





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