Trine Kvidal-Røvik

Trine Kvidal-Røvik
UiT The Arctic University of Norway · Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education

PhD

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Additional affiliations
August 2019 - December 2021
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Position
  • Professor (Full)
April 2008 - August 2014
NORUT Northern Research Institute
Position
  • Senior Researcher

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Publications (26)
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I denne artikkelen diskuteres metodologiske aspekter ved et pågående forskningsprosjekt om kvenske virkeligheter. Arbeidet er inspirert av Donna Haraways perspektiver om situert forskning. Gjennom en metalog, der forfatterne deler refleksjoner og diskusjoner om manøvreringer, synliggjøres noen av de ontologiske og epistemologiske flokene forskerne...
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Toy catalogues create understandings and expectations regarding girls’ and boys’ roles, relations, and opportunities in life. In this chapter, I engage in a critical analysis of toy catalogues distributed in Norway, which is considered one of the most gender-equal countries in the world. Based on an analysis of images of boys and girls in toy catal...
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In 2019, Disney released the animated film Frozen 2 and included depictions of Indigenous Sámi peoples, landscapes, and lifeways. Communication scholars have critiqued relationships between Disney and Indigenous cultures. However, with Frozen 2 Sámi consultants initiated a new mode of collaboration with Disney to combat cultural appropriation, ling...
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This chapter uses the annual long-distance sled dog race Iditarod of Alaska as a case through which to discuss how events play a role in how places are perceived, consumed and contested. Contributing to debates on the complexities of events, places and societies, the chapter builds on theoretical perspectives of place to critically evaluate the pra...
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This article examines the potential for political or social change as part of postmodern cultural expression in consumer culture. Throughout the article, I discuss the way sociopolitical messages, circulating in contemporary culture, represent an interesting element in terms of their intertextual referencing and postmodern blurring. Postmodern aest...
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This article deals with how nature is articulated in public discourse and more specifically how humans’ relationship to nature is constructed via such articulations. Based on critical cultural analyses of ads presented in a Norwegian context, the article claims articulations of nature serve to a depoliticization of nature, which silence social diff...
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This article deals with gender and industrial developments in the northernmost part of Norway, where there are growing opportunities within the mining, oil and gas industries. Large companies move into the region for shorter or longer periods of time, leading to restructuring and change in these rural areas. These industries are typically male-domi...
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The book can be accessed from: http://www.elgaronline.com/abstract/9781783478118.xml or from http://www.e-elgar.com/shop/research-handbook-on-gender-and-innovation ABSTRACT Innovation is seen as one of the main engines of economic growth. It is generally assumed to be gender neutral when, in fact, the gendered construction of innovation has been t...
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This chapter deals with gendered understandings of innovation, and distribution of power and influence on the innovation arena. Based in a perspective in line with governmentality and discourse theory, the chapter analyzes the innovation concept as articulated by the Norwegian Programme for Regional R&D and Innovation (VRI), and discusses gendered...
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I dette kapitlet analyserer vi hvordan samisk kultur og samfunnsliv representeres i norsk nasjonalpresse. Hvordan norske medier framstiller det samiske samfunnet, samepolitikk og saker som berører det samiske, forteller mye om hvordan det norske samfunnet håndterer forholdet til samene. Framstillingene har også betydning for hvordan samiske institu...
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Inspired by a Cultural Studies approach to identity as an ongoing product of history and culture, this paper deals with the production of place and destination in the representations of the long-distance sled dog races Iditarod of Alaska and The Finnmark race (in Northern Norway). Using a critical theoretical and methodological framework, I examine...
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I dette kapittelet tilnærmer jeg meg sted med et kritisk-retorisk blikk. Kapittelet springer ut fra retorikkfaget, som har en lang historie knyttet til å analysere symboler og symbolsystemer. Et kritisk-retorisk perspektiv knytter sammen impulser fra kritisk-kulturell teori med tradisjonell retorisk teori. Hvordan retorikk fungerer for å oppretthol...
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Festivaler og andre liknende arrangementer er eventer som blir trukket fram som potensielt viktige for å skape destinasjoner, og som fenomen har de betydning for de steder og samfunn hvor de er lokalisert (Chalip, 2014; Getz og Fairley, 2004; Jago et al., 2003; Mathisen og Prebensen, 2013). Samtidig etterspørres kunnskap om hvordan folks forhold ti...
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What happens when a gender requirement is introduced into a Norwegian innovation policy programme? We apply a critical theoretical and methodological approach using the concept of articulation to analyse how meanings of gender are constructed, and how power struggles are part of it. Taking a multilevel approach and using multiple data sources, we e...
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Denne rapporten er et resultat av følgeforskning og evaluering av Intro – fond for kulturnæringen som ble etablert i Tromsø i 2010. Rapporten tar for seg bakgrunnen for Introsatsingen, en analyse av resultater og effekter, organisering og strategier samt hvordan Intro er dekket av media. Rapporten peker både på hva Intro har gjort riktig og hvor d...
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111 Globalizing poses particular challenges to likhet – Norwegian conceptualizations of alikeness – and with it the Norwegian conceptualization of individualism, because globalizing advances a different conceptualization of equality than the one on which likhet is based. The present essay explores cultural identity negotiations within Norwegian glo...
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Although globalization is not a recent development, global flows of human resources, money, products, and media are increasing rapidly, leading to a reorganization of global and national contexts. Frictions between globalizing forces and national/local cultural identities, while also not recent, increase as global flows become more intense. My inte...

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