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Monika Grønli Rosten

Monika Grønli Rosten


Monika Grønli Rosten is a social anthropologist and researcher in the department for Youth Research at NOVA / OsloMet. Rosten holds a PhD from the University of Oslo (2015) where she wrote about place and belonging among youth and young adults, based on long-term ethnographic fieldwork in Groruddalen, Oslo. Rostens research interests are youth culture, school and leisure sector, urban area-based initiatives, gender and identity, sexuality, domestic violence, method and co-research. She is currently working on projects on youth participation (UNGHUS), evaluation of municipal crime prevention initiatives in Oslo, as well as an international comparative project on being a Muslim in Europe (QUEST). Rosten is also associated with NOVA's research program on domestic violence, with projects on social control in troubled neighbourhoods and couple formation across ethnic and religious boundaries.

Fields of study

Academic disciplines

Social anthropology

Subject areas

Gender   Ethnicity   Family health   Youth culture   Identity   Minority youth   The Welfare state   The Grorud Valley   Domestic violence   Belonging and place



Research projects

Scientific publications

Sletten, Mira Aaboen ; Rosten, Monika ; Vogt, Kristoffer Chelsom (2021). Svartmaling av gutter og sykeliggjøring av jenter. Ødegård, Guro; Pedersen, Willy (Ed.). UNGDOMMEN. p. 87-110. Cappelen Damm Akademisk.

Bjørnholt, Margunn; Rosten, Monika (2021). Male victims of violence and men’s rights struggles: a perfect match?. Gottzén, Lucas; Bjørnholt, Margunn; Boonzaier, Floretta (Ed.). Men, Masculinities and Intimate Partner Violence. Routledge.

Rosten, Monika ; Tolstad, Ingrid M. (2021). Samlokaliserte, samorganiserte og samskapte ungdomstilbud - en utopi?. Hagen, Aina Landsverk (Ed.). Ung medvirkning: Kreativitet og konflikt i planlegging. p. 197-221. Cappelen Damm Akademisk.

Rosten, Monika Grønli ; Smette, Ingrid (2021). Pragmatic, pious and pissed off: young Muslims girls managing conflicting sexual norms and social control. 16 p. Journal of Youth Studies.

Aarset, Monica Five ; Smette, Ingrid ; Rosten, Monika (2021). Thinking through generation: On parenting and belonging among adult children of immigrants in Norway. Falch-Eriksen, Asgeir; Takle, Marianne; Britt, Slagsvold (Ed.). Generational Tensions and Solidarity Within Advanced Welfare States. p. 79-95. Routledge.

Rosten, Monika ; Hagen, Aina Landsverk ; Tolstad, Ingrid M. (2021). Fra tynn til tykk medvirkning: Unge medforskere som lokale kunnskapsprodusenter. Hagen, Aina Landsverk; Andersen, Bengt (Ed.). Ung medvirkning: Kreativitet og konflikt i planlegging. p. 43-73. Cappelen Damm Akademisk. noasp.15

Rosten, Monika (2020). En (tro)verdig utsatt? Menns fortellinger om vold fra en kvinnelig eller mannlig partner. Bredal, Anja; Eggebø, Helga; Eriksen, Astrid (Ed.). Vold i nære relasjoner i et mangfoldig Norge. p. 87-106. Cappelen Damm Akademisk.

Rosten, Monika (2019). Cultivating ethical negotiations or fetishising consent in BDSM. Heinskou, Marie Bruvik; Stefansen, Kari; Skilbrei, May-Len (Ed.). Rape in the Nordic Countries: Continuity and Change. Routledge.

Rosten, Monica (2017). Territoriell stigmatisering og gutter som "leker getto" i Groruddalen :. 18 p. Norsk sosiologisk tidsskrift. Vol. 1.

Rosten, Monica (2012). Om å dyrke roser fra betong: Områdeløft på Furuset-vis. Alghasi, Sharam; Eide, Elisabeth; Eriksen, Thomas Hylland (Ed.). Den globale drabantbyen. Groruddalen og det nye Norge. p. 145-161. Cappelen Damm Akademisk.

These publications are obtained from Cristin. The list may be incomplete