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Susanne Søholt

Susanne Søholt

About

Susanne Søholt is a political scientist. During the last years she has been working with migration, integration and segregation in urban and rural areas. The main focus has been on integration and segregation in the housing market, but also in neighbourhoods and in the labour market. Søholt is concerned with the different conditions for all categories of immigrants including asylum seekers, as well as the relationship between minorities and the majority.
Søholt also works with how migration influences and changes the bigger society as well as urban and rural areas. To put Norwegian experiences in perspective, Søholt favor national and international comparative projects. Previously, Søholt has worked with participation and pilot projects as a method for change.

Fields of study

Subject areas

Migration   Integration   Urban governance   Rural Studies

Research projects

Scientific publications

Aasland, Aadne; Søholt, Susanne (2019). Boforhold og boligtilfredshet blant innvandrere i Distrikts-Norge. Tidsskrift for boligforskning . Vol. 2.
https://www.idunn.no/tidsskrift_for_boligforskning...

Søholt, Susanne; Aasland, Aadne (2019). Enhanced local-level willingness and ability to settle refugees: Decentralization and local responses to the refugee crises in Norway. 18 p. Journal of Urban Affairs .

Henningsen, Erik; Søholt, Susanne (2018). Avtalt selvbosetting blant flyktninger og det norske bosettingsregimet. Tidsskrift for boligforskning . Vol. 1.

Supule, Inese; Søholt, Susanne (2018). Rural Municipalities and Change in Local School Structure: Comparing Room of manoeuvre among Rural Municipalities in Latvia and Norway. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research .

Søholt, Susanne; Stenbacka, Susanne; Nørgaard, Helle (2018). Conditioned receptiveness: Nordic rural elite perceptions of immigrant contributions to local resilience. 10 p. Journal of Rural Studies .

Søholt, Susanne; Lynnebakke, Brit (2015). Do Immigrants’ Preferences for Neighbourhood Qualities Contribute to Segregation? The Case of Oslo. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies . Vol. 41.

Nielsen, Rikke Skovgaard; Holmquist, Emma; Dhalmann, Hanna; Søholt, Susanne (2015). The interaction of local context and cultural background: Somalis' perceived possibilities in Nordic capitals' housing markets. Housing Studies . Vol. 30.

Søholt, Susanne (2014). Pathways to Integration: Cross-cultural Adaptations to the Housing Market in Oslo. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies . Vol. 40.

Skifter Andersen, Hans; Turner, Lena Magnusson; Søholt, Susanne (2013). The special importance of housing policy for ethnic minorities: evidence from a comparison of four Nordic countries. European Journal of Housing Policy . Vol. 13.

Søholt, Susanne (2012). Innvandrerbefolkningen og boligmarkekdet. Nordahl, Berit Irene (Ed.). Boligmarked og boligpolitikk. kap. 13. p. 275-298. Akademika forlag.





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