A selection of research publications on crime and violence by gender researchers from Norway - published 1996-2006.
Andresen, A. (2002). Gender, after-care and reform in inter-war Norway. In P. Cox & H. Shore (eds.), Becoming delinquent : British and European youth, 1650-1950 pp. 123-140). Aldershot Ashgate.
Bjerkan, L. (2005). A Life of one's own: rehabilitation of victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation. Oslo: Fafo.
Gender and disability research in the Nordic countries (2004). Kristiansen, K., & Rannveig, T. (Eds.). Lund: Studentlitteratur.
Paul, R. E. (1998). Shelters for battered women and the needs of immigrant women. Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers.
The Norwegian Government's international action plan for combating female genital mutilation. (2003). Oslo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Ryen, A. (2000). Gender issues in management: the gender gap and sexual harassment - the Norwegian experience. Kristiansand: Agderforskning.
Salomonsen, J. (2006). Faith with a Licence to Kill? God unmediated by moral law in Knutby, Sweden. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning(1-2), 68-85.
Smeby, J. C. (2000). Same-gender relationships in graduate supervision. Higher Education, 40(1), 53-67.
Tackling men's violence in families: Nordic issues and dilemmas (2005). Eriksson, M. (Ed.). Bristol: Policy Press.
Trapped between law and life : report on abused minority women in the Nordic countries. (2005). Roskilde: Roskilde universitety.
Tyldum, G., Tveit, M., & Brunovskis, A. (2005). Taking stock: a review of the existing research on trafficking for sexual exploitation. Oslo: Fafo.