Monika Grønli Rosten works as a researcher in the division for Childhood, Family and Child Welfare. She holds a PhD in Social Anthropology from the University of Oslo (2015). Her thesis conserns place, belonging and young adults in Eastern Oslo. Her research interests include questions of integration and ethnic minorities, youth culture and youth work, urbanity and area based strategies, school and leisure activities, gender and identity, sexuality and domestic violence.
Measures against Youth Crime and Delinquency in Oslo. Evaluation and Research
The project aims to produce knowledge about preventive measures aimed at reducing youth delinquency in Oslo.
The Domestic Violence Research Programme
The programme studies time trends in the prevalence of violence and assault, violence as phenomenon, and how violence is approached by the welfare- and justice systems.
Publications and research
Et iakttatt foreldreskap. (2019) NOVA Rapport 3/19.
Samskaping og usynlige barrierer i et åpent hus. (2019) NOVA Notat 3/19.