Norwegian version
Sigurd Eid Jacobsen

Sigurd Eid Jacobsen

About

Sigurd Eid Jacobsen is a Ph.D. candidate in Social Sciences at OsloMet. He is part of the research group Health and Welfare Studies at Norwegian Social Research (NOVA) and a part of the project: Socio-spatial Inequality among Families with Children with Disabilities who are Entitled to Cash Benefits and Welfare Services (UPTAKE). Jacobsen is in his PhD-project, «Social Class, Institutional Navigation, and Disability in the Welfare State», exploring how social inequalities frame how families with disabled children experience the social institutions in the welfare state.

Jacobsen holds a MA in sociology (2019) from the University of Oslo, where he also was employed as a research assistant at several projects. After finishing his MA and until 2021, he was a part of the Section for Youth Research at NOVA where he worked with the Ungdata surveys and was particularly interested in social inequality in youth participation in organized leisure time activities.

Fields of study

Academic disciplines

Sociology

Subject areas

Families with disabled children   Qualitative methods   Quantitative methods   Social inequalities   Youth   Disability   Social theory   Class analysis

Research projects

Research reports

Jacobsen, Sigurd Eid; Andersen, Patrick Lie; Nordø, Åsta Dyrnes; Sletten, Mira Aaboen; Arnesen, Daniel (2021). Sosial ulikhet i barn og unges deltakelse i organiserte fritidsaktiviteter. ISBN: 978-82-7763-693-1. 87 p.
https://hdl.handle.net/11250/2728534



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