Laura Drivdal

Laura Drivdal
University of Bergen | UiB · Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities

PhD

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This article presents results from the national survey conducted in 2018 for the project Research Integrity in Norway (RINO). A total of 31,206 questionnaires were sent out to Norwegian researchers by e-mail, and 7291 responses were obtained. In this paper, we analyse the survey data to determine attitudes towards and the prevalence of fabricatio...
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The main findings in the report can be summarised as follows: • We find a high degree of normative consensus in relation to FFP issues. The clear majority consider such practices to be very problematic. • The more serious a practice is considered to be, the less common it is for researchers to have either observed colleagues engaging in such prac...
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Hovedfunnene i rapporten kan oppsummeres som følger: Vi finner en høy grad av normkonsensus rundt FFP-spørsmål. Det klare flertallet oppfatter slike praksiser som svært problematiske. Jo mer alvorlig en praksis blir vurdert til å være, jo mindre vanlig er det at man enten har observert kollegaer delta i den eller at man har deltatt i den selv. O...
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With the diversity of non-state governance actors in the urban Global South, detailed insights are needed into various categories of actors at the local scale. This paper concentrates on community leadership, which has arguably been neglected in urban studies. While it has been shown that a central aspect of community leadership is the constant nee...
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It is well documented that informal settlement residents are particularly vulnerable to flooding, and many suggest improved collaboration is needed to improve the situations. Reason being that sustainable change will require a varied set of knowledge. This means that stakeholders from different spheres with different economic and political interest...
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Informal settlements are particularly vulnerable to environmental hazards, due to the lack of infrastructure such as drainage systems and because residents' homes are built with inferior materials. A number of case studies analyse flood-prone informal settlements, mostly with a focus on describing the flooding, household vulnerabilities and coping...
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The regulation of space is understood to extend beyond the state to include decentralized, diffuse non-state actors. In South Africa, the regulation of shebeens has long been considered a means for state regulation of behaviour, controlling crime and disorder and generating state income. The post-apartheid state has sought to distance itself from o...

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In this project we aim to map the prevalence of research misconduct and questionable research practices in Norwegian universities, university colleges and research institutes, as well as knowledge of and attitudes toward these practices. Furthermore, we seek insight into certain institutional and cultural factors that might promote good research ethical culture.