Publications and Conference Presentations, Welfare and Life-course

2017

(In alphabetical order and sorted by type and language)

Articles in peer-reviewed journals (in English):

Aarum Hansen, H., Björktomta, S-B., Svalastog, AL. (2017). Digital society generates new challenges on child welfare services. Croatian Medical Journal. 58. pp 80-83. https://dx.doi.org/10.3325/cmj.2017.58.80.

Ahlberg, B. M. (2017). Integrated health care systems and indigenous Medicine: reflections from the sub-sahara african region. Frontiers in Sociology September 2017 | Volume 2 |.

Borisova, L. V., Martinussen, P. E., Rydland, H. T., Stornes, P., & Eikemo, T. A. (2017). Public evaluation of health services across 21 European countries: The role of culture. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health,45(2): 132-139.

Bradby, H (2017). Taking story seriously in health sociology, Social Theory and Health, 15(2): 206-222. DOI:10.1057/s41285-017-0028-3.

Bradby, H; Liabo, K; Ingold A; & Roberts H. (2017). ‘Visibility, resilience, vulnerability in young migrants’. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine online first pp 1-18. DOI: 10.1177/1363459317739441.

Fjær, E. L., Stornes, P., Borisova, L. V., McNamara, C., Eikemo, T. A. (2017) Subjective perceptions of unmet need for health care in Europe among social groups. European Journal of Public Health, 27(S1): 82–89.

Roberts H.; Bradby, H; Manzoti, G; Reeves, D; Ingold A; & Liabo,K (2017). Moving on: multiple transitions for unaccompanied child migrants leaving care in England and Sweden. International Journal of Social Science Studies 8(9) September 25-34.

Bradby, H; Green, G; Davison C & Krause, K. (2017). Is superdiversity a useful concept in health research? Frontiers in Sociology 20 January. DOI:org/10.3389/fsoc.2016.00017.

Flinkfeldt M. (2017). What mothers do: Motherhood as a resource for negotiating sick-leave legitimacy in Swedish sickness insurance interactions. Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research (NORA), 25(3): 179-194.

Flinkfeldt, M. (2017). Wanting to Work: Managing the sick role in high-stake sickness insurance meetings. Sociology of Health and Illness, 39(7): 1149-1165.

Hamed, S., Ahlberg B. M. & Trenholm, J. (2017). Powerlessness, normalization, and resistance: A Foucauldian discourse analysis of women's narratives on obstetric fistula in Eastern Sudan. QualitativeHealth Research,  27(12):1828-1841. doi: 10.1177/1049732317720423. Epub 2017 Aug 2.

Iversen, C. (2017). Now or never: Smoking cessation discussions in the face of serious illness. Sociology of Health and Illness, 39(8): 1330–1348.

Iversen, C; Broström, A; & Ulander, M. (2017). Balancing task-focus and relationship building: Asking sleepy patients about traffic risk in treatment initiation consultations. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 31(4): 895–903.

Jukkala T, Stickley A, Mäkinen IH, Baburin,A, Sparén P.: ”Age, Period and Cohort Effects on Suicide Mortality in Russia, 1956-2005”. BMC Public Health (2017) 17:235. DOI 10.1186/s12889-017-4158-2.

Kania-Lundholm, M. & Torres, S. (2017). Older active users of ICTs make sense of their engagement. Seminar.net: International Journal of Media, Technology and Lifelong Learning, 13(1): 1-17.

Lindqvist, R. & Lundälv, J. (2017). Activation, medicalization and inter-organisational cooperation in health insurance – implications for frontline social work in Sweden. European Journal of Social Work. http//dx.doi.org/10.1080/13691457.2017.1293010.

Persson, M. & Thunman, E. (2017). Boundary practices and social media: the case of teachers’ use of Facebook to communicate with pupils. Human IT, 13(3): 24-48.

Sépulchre, M. (2017) ‘Research about citizenship and disability: a scoping review’. Disability and Rehabilitation, 39 (10), 949-956 http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/09638288.2016.1172674.

Siouta E., Hellström Muhli, U., Fossum, B. & Karlsgren, K. (2017) Cardiologists’ experiences and perceptions of patient involvement and communication related to shared decision-making regarding atrial fibrillation treatment.  Communication & Medicine: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Healthcare, Ethics & Society (C&M448).

Svavarsdóttir, J., Lindqvist, R., Jóhannesson, I Á & Júlíusdottir, S. (2017). From patients to users of services: the discourse on mental health issues in Iceland, 1960-1985. Nordic Social Work Research. https://doi.org/10.1080/2156857X.2017.1348968.

Torres, S. (2017). Fobbing care work unto the ‘Other’: what daily press reporting shows. Sociologisk Forskning (Special Issue: ‘Look at what’s happening in Sweden’), 54(4): 319-322.

Sépulchre, M. (2017) ‘Research about citizenship and disability: a scoping review’. Disability and Rehabilitation, 39 (10), 949-956 http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/09638288.2016.1172674.

Thunman, E. & Persson, M. (2017). Ethical dilemmas on social media: Swedish secondary teachers’ boundary management on Facebook, Teacher Development, 22(2): 175-190.

Willander, E. (2017). Confirmation Candidates in the Church of Sweden: Beliefs, Expectations and Experiences. The Journal of Empirical Theology. 30(1): 104-121.

Articles in peer-reviewed journals (in Swedish):

Alexanderson, K. & Näsman, E. (2017). Barns upplevelser när förälders missbruk upphört: ”Alltså det är svårt att må bra igen”. Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. Sage journalsArticle first published online: October 25, 2017, pp. 400–414. Received: April 24, 2017; Accepted: June 12, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1177/1455072517732277.

Näsman, E. & Alexanderson, K. (2017). Föräldrar med missbruksproblem – möten mellan barnens och föräldrarnas perspektiv. Socialmedicinsk tidskrift, Barn i risk – kunskap från ett utvecklingsarbete. Vol. 94, nr 4.

Hamed, S. & Bradby, H. (2017). ‘Asylsökande barns hälsobehov i Sverige’ (Young asylum-seekers health needs in Sweden). Socialmedicinsk tidskrift (Social medicine journal) 5(dec) 548-557.

Book chapters in peer-reviewed books (in English):

Hellström Muhli, U. & Svensson, A-M. (2017).Wellbeing in old age: A question of both continuity and change. In Mukadder Mollaoğlu (ed.) Well-being and Quality of Life: Medical Perspective, ISBN 978-953-51-5521-8. InTech Open Access publisher. https://www.intechopen.com/books/well-being-and-quality-of-life-medical-perspective

Humphris, R. & Bradby, H. (2017). Health Status of Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Europe. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Global Public Health. Retrieved 17 Oct. 2017, from http://publichealth.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780190632366.001.0001/acrefore-9780190632366-e-8.

Lindqvist, R., Sépulchre, M. & Schuller V. (2017). To what extent is the assistance and support provided by social services capable of enhancing Active Citizenship for persons with psychosocial disabilities? A comparative perspective. In The Changing Disability Policy System Volume 1, edited by R. Halverson, Hvinden, B., Bickenbach, J., Ferri, D. & Gillén Rodrigues A.M. 108-126, London: Routledge.

Sépulchre, M., Lindqvist, R.Schuller, V & Klette Böhler, K. (2017). How do Persons with Psychosocial Disability Experience and Practice Active Citizenship in Education and Work. Chapter 8. In, Halvorsen, R, Hvinden, B, Beadle-Brown, J, Biggeri, M, Tössebro, J & Waldscmidt, A. Eds. Understanding the Lived Experiences of Persons with Disabilities in Nine Countries, Vol 2. 120-136 London: Routledge.

Surowiec, P. & Kania-Lundholm M. (2017). Branding Poland online: propagating and resisting nation branding on Facebook. In P. Surowiec & V. Stetka (eds.) Social Media and Political Communication in Central and Eastern Europe, London: Taylor & Francis.

Thunman, E. & Persson, M. (2017). Self-Realization through work and its failure. In S. Neckel; A.K.  Schaffner & Wagner, G. (red.), Exhaustion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on a Modern Affliction. London, New York etc.: Palgrave Macmillan Press.

Willander, E. (2017). Young Leaders in the Church of Sweden. In Schweitzer, F., Schlag, T., Niemelä-Tervo, K and I. Wolfgang eds. Confirmation, Faith and Volunteerism. A longitudinal study on Protestant Adolescents in the Transition towards Adulthood - European perspectives. (p. 193-201). Gütersloher Verlagshaus: Tübingen.

Reports (in English):

Klingberg S; Bradby H. & Hamed, S. (2017). 006 op: Researching health and welfare in superdiverse neighbourhoods: reflections on using a community research model in Uppsala, Sweden, BMJ OPEN 2017;7: bmjopen-2017-016492.6. DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-016492.6.

Reports (in Swedish):

Alexanderson, K.; Hammerin, A.; Lind, S.; Malmberg, K.; Näsman, E. & Stenhammar, C. (2017). Shit, den här människan bryr sig om mig! Om skolans förmåga att upptäcka och ge stöd till elever som växer upp med föräldrar som har missbruksproblem. Region Uppsala och Uppsala universitet. Uppsala.

Bruhn, A., Thunman, E. & Ekström, M. (2017). Swedish Social Insurance Officials Struggling with the Vagueness of the Work Ability Concept: The Case of Sickness Compensation. Working Papers and Reports Social work 11, Örebro: Örebro universitet.

Invited conference presentations (international):

Bradby, H. (2017) ‘Broken welfare?’ NORFACE, Welfare State Futures Thematic Workshop Migration, Diversity and Welfare: Knowledges, Gaps and Synergies. Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS), 5-6th December, University of Birmingham, UK.

Bradby, H. & Hamed, S. (2017) ‘How expectations of health and welfare systems are accommodated, resisted and exacerbated in the context of diversity in different European Health and Welfare systems’ ESPA net Europe, ISCSP - Higher Institute of Social and Political Sciences, 14-16 September Lisbon, Portugal.

Lebano, A. & Jamieson L. (2017) Future and family. Italian and Spanish stories of postponement. (CPC Seminar, the Centre for Population Change, 4 May, University of Southampton, UK).

Lindqvist, R. & Lamichhane, K (2017) Disability policies in Japan and Sweden. (Paper presented at the Internationnal ALTER Conference, Disability, Recognition, and  "Community Living", 6-7 July at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland).

Torres, S. (2017). Chair of Session I on Theoretical and Conceptual Discussions at the Research Network on Aging at the 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association, August 29-September 1 in Athens, Greece.

Torres, S. (2017). Understandings of increased diversity within two elderly care practices: addressing ‘difference’ while attempting ‘sameness’. (Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the GSA’s Interest Group on International Aging and Migration held at the 21st World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, July 23-27 in San Francisco, USA).

Torres, S. (2017). A migration-informed and diversity-aware lens on healthy and successful aging policies. (Keynote speech given at the University of Warsaw’s Centre of Migration Research conference ‘Ageing under lowest-low fertility and high emigration’, June 5-7 in Warsaw, Poland).

Torres, S. (2017). Implementing healthy / successful aging policies in the midst of diversity: when elderly care practices are challenged by the ‘Other’. (Lecture given at the Plurality of Concepts of Health 2 Conference organized by the Faculty of Medicine & the Institute of Ethics and History of Medicine of the University of Tübingen, March 16-17 in Tübingen, Germany).

Submitted conference presentations (international):

Alexanderson, K. & Näsman, E. (2017). Children and young people with parent with addiction problems in school - I did not go so much to school. When I went to school, I could not concentrate - type. (Paper presented at the 2nd international Young Carers Conference, May 29-31 in Malmö, Sweden).

Alexanderson, K. & Lind, S. (2017). Ungdomar bidrar till skolutveckling(Paper presented at the 2nd international Young Carers Conference, May 29-31 in Malmö, Sweden).

Borisova , L. (2017). Determinants of Health in Europe: the East-West Health Divide. (Paper presented at the 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association (ESA), 29 August – 1 September in Athens, Greece).

Björktomta, S. (2017). Digital Society: the tension between child protection and children’s agency. (Paper presented at the 1st International Conference on Health and Person-Centered Care in Digital Society Proceedings of the Conference, April 27-29 in Halden, Norway.

Björktomta, S. & Aarum Hansen, H. (2017). Social services in the Knowledge Landscapes– Is social media a way for professionals to communicate with children? (Paper presented at the 2nd International Symposium on Cross-disciplinary Research in the Health Humanities: Knowledge Landscapes and Perspectives in the Digital Health Society, December 14-15 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Bradby, H & Hamed, S. (2017) ‘Patient And Provider Expectations of Health and Social Care Services: Accommodation, Resistance, Exacerbation’ On the Move – Exploring Contemporary Dynamics of Migration, U4 Cluster Conference Social Sciences, Uppsala University, 29-30 May.

Bradby, H; Phillimore, J; Padillo, B; Knecht, M. & Pemberton, S. (2017) ‘Conceptualising health service bricolage: service provider perspectives’ British Sociological Association Conference, 4-5th April at the University of Manchester, UK.

Duntava, A; Borisova , L. & Mäkinen, I. H. . (2017). The Interrelationships between Morbidity, Functional Limitation and Self-Rated Health in Europe. (Paper presented at the 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association (ESA), 29 August – 1 September in Athens, Greece).

Flinkfeldt, M. (2017). Breaking up the qualitative/quantitative binary in research on socially vulnerable families: A designedly large-scale qualitative approach. (Paper presented at the 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Aug 29-Sep 1 in Athens, Greece.)

Flinkfeldt, M. (2017). Negotiating the import of motherhood for sick leave: Orientations to motherhood in sickness insurance meetings. (Paper presented at the conference A half-century of studies, organized by the International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (IIEMCA), July 10-13 in Columbus, USA.)

Hellström Muhli, U. & Blomgren Mannerheim. (2017 05 29). Informal care responsibility. The 2nd International Young Carers Conference. Malmö, 29-31 Maj 2017.

Hellström Muhli, U. & Siuta, Eleni. (2017). How Verbal, Gestural, and Environmental Components of Communication in Geriatric Consultations Supports Understanding of Medical Treatment. (Paper presented at the 15th Annual Communication, Medicine, and Ethics (COMET) Conference, June 26-28 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.

Iversen, C. (2017). Action and experience recognition: Rethinking intersubjectivity with ’understanding claims’ in risk assessment interviews. (Paper presented at the 35th Conference by Områdesgruppen för forskning om tal och interaktion (OFTI): Interaktion i formella och informella lärandesammanhang, organized by The University of Karlstad, September 21-22 Sweden)

Iversen, C (2017) Empathic moments in risk assessment with abused children. (Paper presented at the 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association, August 29 – September 1 in Athens, Greece.)

Johansson, R. (2017). From Ambiguities to Opportunities: A review of research on care and intellectual and developmental disabilities. (Paper presented at the 14th Nordic Network on Disability Research conference “Living with Disability”, May 3-5 in Örebro, Sweden.)

Kania-Lundholm, M. (2017). The power to switch off: media refusal and disconnection in the networked society. (Paper presented at the 13th conference of the European Sociological Association, August 29th-Sept.1st in Athens, Greece.)

Klingberg, S; Bradby, H. & Hamed, S. (2017) ‘Research health and welfare in superdiverse neighbourhoods: reflections on using a community research model in Uppsala, Sweden’ Engagement, Co-production, and Collaborative Meaning-Making: Collaboration in Qualitative Health Research, Qualitative Health Research Network, Institute of Child Health, 7th February at the University College London, UK.

Lebano, A. (2017) Why the ‘fertility campaign’ failed: Fertility choices in Italy after the crisis (Paper presented at the American Political Science Association, APSA, Annual meeting, 30 August-2 September San Francisco, USA).

Phillimore, J; Knecht, M; Pemberton, S.; Padillo, B. & Bradby, H. (2017). Conceptualising health service bricolage: service user perspectives. British Sociological Association Conference, 4-5th April at the University of Manchester, UK.

Sépulchre, M. (2017). Using social media as empirical data: What are the pros and cons for disability research? (Paper presented at the 6th Annual Conference of Alter, July 6-7 in Lausanne, Switzerland.)

Waldschmidt, A. & Sépulchre, M. (2017) Citizenship of / for Persons with Disabilities –  Reflections on an Ambivalent Concept (Paper presented at the 6th Annual Conference of Alter, July 6-7 in Lausanne, Switzerland.)

Invited conference presentations (national; in Swedish):

Alexanderson, K. (2017). Ungas upplevelser av missbruk i familjen. Alkohol och droger bland unga och familjer – riskgrupper, trender och åtgärder. Barnskyddsrådet i Uppsala län. 9 mars, Uppsala.

Alexanderson, K. (2017). Att upptäcka och stödja barn i missbruksmiljö – skolans roll. Alkohol och droger bland unga och familjer – riskgrupper, trender och åtgärder. Barnskyddsrådet i Uppsala län. 9 mars, Uppsala.

Alexanderson, K. (2017). Barn och föräldrar i missbrukets skugga. Fruntimmersföreningens årsmöte 14 mars, Uppsala.

Alexanderson, K. (2017). Barns brukarinflytande. Alla behöver hjälp i en familj inte bara de vuxna. Forum för brukarinflytande 3 maj, Uppsala.

Alexanderson, K. & Lind, S. (2017). Hur kan skolan upptäcka och ge hjälpa barn i familjer med missbruk? JUNIS konferens 26 september i Stockholm.

Alexanderson, K (2017). Vikten av tidig upptäckt; Tidigare forskning, forsknings- och utvecklingsprojektet Skol-BIM; Vad säger de 20 ungdomarna som intervjuats om hur de har påverkats av förälderns missbruk, strategier som de har utvecklat och hur syns det i skolan? Spridningskonferens Skol-Bim 14 november Sociologiska institutionen vid Uppsala universitet och Region Uppsala Socialtjänstens FoU.

Hellström, I. & Torres, S. (2017). Everyday competence in dementia: approaches by spousal caregivers. (Poster presented at the 32nd International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International, April 26-29 in Kyoto, Japan).

Torres, S. (2017). The intersection between ethnicity and old age: what sociologists of aging and ethnicity can contribute.(Paper presented at the13th Conference of the European Sociological Association, August 29-September 1 in Athens, Greece.)

Torres, S. (2017). Active aging policies and the social exclusion lens. (Paper presented at the 21st World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, July 23-27 in San Francisco, USA.)

Torres, S. & Lindblom, J. (2017). Migrant care workers in Swedish elderly care: an ethics of care-informed study of media representations. (Paper presented at the 14th IMISCOE Conference, June 28-30 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands).

Ågård, P. & Torres, S. (2017). ”…and what ends up happening is that we end up lying” Palliative care workers talk about cross-cultural interaction. (Paper presented by Ågård at the 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association, August 29 - September 1, in Athens, Greece.)

Submitted conference presentations (national; in Swedish):

Bradby, H; Hamed, S; Thapar-Björkert, S. & Ahlberg, B. M. (2017) ‘Unspeakable - the reluctance to articulate discrimination in Swedish healthcare’ CEMFOR Racism and Welfare conference, Uppsala University, 11-13 October.

Iversen, C. (2017). Recognition of abused children’s experiences in social welfare interviews. (Paper presented at the Annual Victimology Research Conference organized by the Swedish Crime Victim Compensation and Support Authority, November 21, Stockholm, Sweden).

Torres, S. & Lindblom, J. (2017). Migrant care workers: an ethics of care-informed analysis of Swedish daily newspapers. (Paper presented at the 2nd Conference on Racism and Welfare organized by Uppsala University’s Centre for Multidisciplinary Studies on Racism (CEMFOR), October 11-13 in Uppsala Sweden)

Ågård, P. (2017). Negotiating difference: End-of-life care providers talk about migrant patients. (Paper presented at the 2nd Conference on Racism and Welfare organized by Uppsala University’s Centre for Multidisciplinary Studies on Racism (CEMFOR) October 11-13, in Uppsala, Sweden.)