Jon Rogstad

Jon Rogstad
OsloMet · NOVA

Phd

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Publications (31)
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The main theme in the book is to understand the implementation and consequences of the decision that the government made in 2016 to establish an absence limit in upper secondary schools, which implies that a student who has more than 10 per cent undocumented absence in a subject will not be entitled to a semester assessment with a final or average...
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This article explores the relationship between labor market discrimination, stereotypes and employers’ experiences with immigrant workers. Based on interviews with 58 employers, recruited as part of three randomized field experiments on ethnic discrimination in the Norwegian labor market, we find that experience matters in three distinct ways: firs...
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The articles featured in this special issue aim to investigate the importance of places and social space for the understanding of young people's educational choices, vocational aspirations, and educational results in Norway. In a country priding itself of its comprehensive educational system across social class and large geographical distances, a c...
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This chapter offers a discussion of the complex patterns of political engagement among young adults of ethnic and/or religious minority background. Concerns about racism, multiculture and religion propel engagement that operate on different scales, have different audiences and mean different things for different participants. The ideal-typical dist...
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Sammendrag Denne artikkelen handler om jobbintervjuet og hvilken informasjon arbeidsgiverne bruker når de skal rangere og selektere søkere. Det analytiske utgangspunktet er Goffmans skille mellom frontstage og backstage. De to begrepene brukes for å begrunne en inndeling i aktørenes forventninger til jobbintervjuer (skript), samspillet underveis i...
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Terrorist attacks are known to influence public opinion. But do they also change behaviour? We address this question by comparing the results of two identical randomized field experiments on ethnic discrimination in hiring that we conducted in Oslo. The first experiment was conducted before the 2011 terrorist attacks in Norway; the second experimen...
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The main focus of the book is institutional change in the Scandinavian model, with special emphasis on Norway. There are many reasons to pay closer attention to the Norwegian case when it comes to analyses of changes in the public sphere. In the country's political history, the arts and the media played a particular role in the processes towards so...
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Previous research has documented that unemployed job applicants have problems re-entering the labour market, commonly referred to as scarring effects of unemployment. Studies have also documented ethnic discrimination in the labour market. Yet, we do not know how these categories jointly shape employers hiring decisions. Thus, we do not know if une...
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På hvilken måte kommer den norske modellen under press som følge av at Norge har blitt og forblir et flerkulturelt samfunn. Spørsmålet er sentralt på grunn av den demografiske utviklingen, men ikke minst fordi det flerkulturelle samfunnet setter kjerneverdien - egalitet - under press. I kapitlet tydeliggjøres utfordringene med begrepet integrasjon...
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Politihøgskolen i Oslo Ved hjelp av randomiserte felteksperiment under-søkes utbredelsen av diskriminering i arbeidsmarke-det i fire byer: Oslo, Stavanger, Bergen og Trondheim. Felteksperimentene er basert på likelydende jobb-søknader med typisk pakistansk og typisk norsk navn, og responsen fra arbeidsgiverne dokumenterer sys-tematisk forskjellsbeh...
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How can a single event become critical, potentially challenge a dominant discourse and lead to institutional change? In this article we use two recent events in Norway to answer this question. In the first a dark-skinned person was killed by the police; in the second, an ambulance crew refused to take an injured man to hospital for emergency treatm...
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Field experiments have proved productive in documenting the continuing relevance of race and ethnicity in the shaping of opportunities in modern societies. However, methodological questions have been raised concerning the existence of unobservable variables and the subsequent danger of drawing inferences on a wrong basis. In this article, we addres...
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Kritiske hendelser - nye stemmer undersøker ulike typer politisk engasjement blant unge med minoritetsbakgrunn. En rekke "kritiske hendelser" nasjonalt og internasjonalt har i løpet av de siste tue årene vært med å mobilisere til politisk deltakelse; som Rushdie-saken, Benjamin-saken, Obiora-saken, 11. september, Muhammedkarikaturene, Sifienbergpar...
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Participation in conventional politics, such as elections, membership of organizations and political parties, is relatively low among young adults of ethnic minority background. Instead, engagement seems to find its way through aesthetic and other expressive channels of influence drawing on new technologies, impulses from transnational youth cultur...
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There is a widespread understanding that participation and integration are two sides of the same coin. In this chapter we challenge this perception, and ask about the importance of different political regimes. The point of departure is a comparison between political participation among ethnic minorities and the respective native populations in Oslo...
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This article looks at the organizing processes of residents of Norway who have Turkish origins. It describes the distribution of Turkish organizations in Norway and discusses the different organizing processes of ethnic Turks and ethnics Kurds. It pays particular attention to the Turkish Youth Association, which has become politically relevant in N...
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We develop a forward-looking empirical concept of social exclusion based on the estimated transition probabilities from a random effects multinominal Logit-model. Youths are considered socially excluded if they are currently outside school/work and have a low predicted probability of re-entering in the near future. Implemented on extraordinary rich...

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An international comparative research project led by Olav Elgvin and Jon Rogstad at Fafo in Oslo, Norway, and funded for the period 2013-2019 by the Norwegian Research Council (NRC) through its SAMKUL Programme, this project seeks to explore the nature and quality of state and Muslim civil society relations in various European countries, including Norway, and outcomes of these relations and interactions in the field of 'governance of Islam'. I have co-ordinated and collected data for the Norwegian sub-project.