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  1. Gry Skogheim & Tove Aminda Hanssen, Midwives' Experiences of Labour Care in Midwifery Units. A Qualitative Interview Study in a Norwegian Setting.
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  2. Bente Prytz Mjølstad, Anna Luise Kirkengen, Linn Getz & Irene Hetlevik, Knowing Patients as Persons: Senior and Junior GPs Explore a Professional Resource.
    As part of a research project exploring inter-professional communication in Norwegian healthcare, junior and senior general practitioners participated in focus group interviews regarding the medical relevance of acquiring and sharing knowledge about their patients as persons. The transcripts were interpreted using phenomenological- hermeneutical and discourse analysis. Both GP groups expressed concern over the lack of emphasis on person-oriented knowledge in the healthcare system and pointed out factors which interfere with the documentation and sharing of such knowledge. Senior GPs attributed more (...)
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  3. Mirja Barblin Bänninger, Liberal Imperialism or Where Good Conscience Slumbers: Juxtaposing the Liberal Peace with the Philosophical Approaches of Lévinas and Derrida.
    In 1989, so-called ‘actually existing socialism’ collapsed, and for the next few decades the West seemed to have won the ideological fight, regarding the way society, politics, and the economy were to be organised. In the discipline of peace studies this led to a hegemonic status of the liberal peace in terms of both theory and practice. Lately, however, the liberal peace has been faced with increased criticism. Liberal peacebuilding seems unable to respond to the needs and wishes of people (...)
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