Monika Marie Bergflødt is a PhD Candidate in Social Sciences at OsloMet, affiliated with the Department for Childhood, Family and Child Welfare (NOVA). She holds a master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Health Research from the University of Oslo (2021). In her master’s thesis, she examined embodied experiences and health among multicultural girls as part of the project Inequality in Youth – A Qualitative, Longitudinal Research Database.
Bergflødt’s research interests encompass social inequality, childhood, and the sense of belonging within multicultural and digital societies. She is particularly interested in understanding gender dynamics and intersecting social categories/subject positions in people’s everyday lives. Her PhD project centers on how boys and girls in stigmatized areas connect with people and places while navigating their identities in various social settings – both offline and online.
Fields of study
Family Counselling: Equal Services for a Diverse Population?
The researchers investigate what it implies for the family services to provide equal services in different local contexts, and what kind of challenges the services experience when trying to provide equal services.