A comparative study of Norwegian and Dutch processes of alterity and identity.
Seeberg, in her doctoral research project, aimed to compare the dynamics of national selves and others in Norway and the Netherlands. She did this through focusing on everyday life in two classrooms, and especially on how children and adults relate to that which, and those whom, they perceived to be 'different'. She also included the contexts in her comparison. She showed how the ways in which people relate to each other are formed by, and form, the structures within which all of us live and act.
Seeberg, Marie Louise (2003). Dealing with Difference: Two classrooms, two countries. A comparative study of Norwegian and Dutch processes of alterity and identity, drawn from three points of view. NOVA Rapport 18/03 (Doctoral dissertation, Institute of Social Anthropology, University of Bergen)