Publikationer och konferenspresentationer

2018

(in alphabetical order and sorted by type and language; the names of research group members are underlined when publications are co-authored)

Articles in peer-reviewed journals (in English):

Björktomta, S-B. & Hansen, H. (2018). Child welfare services and social media: childhood, being and becoming in a digital societyCroatian Medical Journal, 59(2): 90-92.

Bradby, H., Humphris, R. & Padilla, B. (2018). ‘Universalism, diversity and norms: Gratitude, healthcare and welfare chauvinism’ Critical Public Health.

Fernqvist, S. (2018).Street-level bureaucracy and categorization processes in social workers’ encounters with parents who have financial and cognitive difficultiesNordic Social Work Research Epub ahead of print.

Fernqvist, S. (2018).“One does one’s best”: performing deservingness in income support case records, Critical and Radical Social Work, 6(3): 329-343.

Gröndal, H. (2018). Harmless, friendly and lethal: antibiotic misuse in relation to the unpredictable bacterium group A streptococcusSociology of Health and Illness, 40(7):1127-1141.

Gröndal, H. (2018). The Emergence of Antimicrobial Resistance as a Public Matter of Concern: A Swedish History of a “Transformative EventScience in Context. 31(4), 477-500.

Gäddman Johansson, R. & Hellström Muhli, U. (2018). Developing Care Professionals: Changing Disability Services in SwedenProfessions & Professionalism, 8(2).

Hamed, S; Klingberg, S; Jama Mahmud, A. & Bradby, H. (2018). ‘Researching health in diverse neighbourhoods: critical reflection on the use of a community research model in Uppsala, Sweden.’ BMC Research Notes 11:612.

Iversen, C; Broström, A. & Ulander, M. (2018). Traffic risk work with sleepy patients: from rationality to practiceHealth, Risk & Society, 20(1-2): 23-42.

Kania-Lundholm, M. & Torres, S. (2018). Ideology, power and inclusion: using the critical perspective to study how older ICT users make sense of digitizationMedia, Culture and Society, 40(8): 1167-1185.

Löf, J. & Olaison, A. (2018). “I don’t want to go back into the closet just because I need care”: Recognition of older LGBTQ adults in relation to future care needsEuropean Journal of Social Work.

Olaison, A; Torres, S. & Forssell, E. (2018). Professional discretion and length of work experience: what findings from focus groups with care managers in elder care suggest. Journal of Social Work Practice, 32(2): 153-167.

Pemberton, S; Phillimore, J; Bradby, H; Padilla, B; Lopes, J; Samerski, S. & Humphris, R. (2018). Access to healthcare in super-diverse neighbourhoods  Health and Place.

Phillimore, J; Bradby, H; Pemberton, S., Padilla, B. & Knecht, M. (2018). Bricolage as a conceptual tool for understanding access to healthcare in superdiverse populationsSocial Theory and Health. Local copy.

Phillimore, J; Bradby, H; Doos, L; Padilla, B. & Samerski, S. (2018). Health providers as bricoleurs: an examination of the adaption of health ecosystems to superdiversity in Europe.   Journal of European Social Policy

Roberts, H; Ingold, A; Liabo, K; Manzotti, G; Reeves , D. & Bradby, H. (2018). Moving on: transitions out of care for learning disabled young people in England and SwedenBritish Journal of Learning Disabilities 46(1): 45-63.

Sépulchre, M. (2018). Tensions and unity in the struggle for citizenship: Swedish disability rights activists claim ‘Full Participation! Now!’ Disability & Society, 33(4):539-561, DOI: 10.1080/09687599.2018.1440194.

Sjöström, S., & Öhman, A. (2018). What if an investigative journalist calls? News management in social service organizations. British Journal of Social Work, 48.

Torres, S. (2018). Social exclusion in old age: domain-specific contributions to the debate. Int’l. Journal of Aging and Later Life, 12(2): 7-24.

Wesolowski, K. & Ferrarini, T. (2018). Family policies and fertility: Examining the link between family policy institutions and fertility rates in 33 countries 1995-2011. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 38(11/12):1057-1070.

Willander, E., Bradby, H., and Torres S. (2018). Conditions for religious pluralism in Swedish hospital chaplaincy: A research note’ Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy

Articles in peer-reviewed journals (in Swedish):

Willander, E. (2018). Mellan sekulära och religiösa förväntningar: Civilreligion på individnivå i Sverige. Sociologisk forskning. 55(1):53-74.

Guest edited special issues for peer-reviewed journals:

Torres, S. (Ed.) (2018). Old-age exclusion: theoretical, conceptual and critical policy contributions. Int’l. Journal of Aging and Later Life, 12(2).

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

Lebano, A. (2018). Where have all the young people gone? Generations, family and work in Italy. In M. Evangelista (Ed.), Italy from Crisis to Crisis. Political Economy, Security, and Society in the 21st Century (pp.156-167). New York: Routledge.

Sépulchre, M; Lindqvist, R; Schuller, V. & Klette BøhlerK. (2018). How do persons with psychosocial disabilities experience and practise Active Citizenship in education and work? In  R. Halversen, Hvinden B., Beadle-Brown J., Biggeri M., Tøssebro J., Waldschmidt A. (eds.). Understanding the Lived Experiences of Persons with Disabilities in Nine Countries: Active Citizenship and Disability in Europe. Volume 2 (pp. 120-136). London: Routledge.

Sépulchre, M; Schuller, V; Kline, J. & Kittelsaa, A. (2018). Gendering active citizenship: experiences of women with disabilities. In  R. Halversen, Hvinden B., Beadle-Brown J., Biggeri M., Tøssebro J. & Waldschmidt A. (eds.) Understanding the Lived Experiences of Persons with Disabilities in Nine Countries: Active Citizenship and Disability in Europe, Volume 2, (pp. 120-136), London: Routledge.

Sjöström, S. (2018). Labeling theory. In B. Cohen (Ed.), Routledge International Handbook of Critical Mental Health (pp. 15-23). Abingdon: Routledge.

Torres, S. (2018). Cultural values and the nature of successful aging. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Psychology. Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190236557.013.343

Torres, S. (2018). Expanding the imagination of care scholarship through studies at the intersection between ageing/ old age and migration. In Ślusarczyk, M; Pustułka, P. & Struzik, J. (eds.) Contemporary Migrant Families: Actors and Issues. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Torres, S; Ågård, P. & Milberg, A. (2018). The ’Other’ in end-of-life care: care providers on patients with migrant backgrounds. In A. Hunter & E. Soom Ammann (eds). Final Journeys: Migrant End-of-life Care and Rituals in Europe. Routledge. REPRINT OF JOURNAL ARTICLE WITH THE SAME NAME PUBLISHED IN 2016 BY JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL STUDIES

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

Willander. E. (2018). Bortom den nordiska paradoxen. In D. Enstedt & K. Plank (eds.) Levd religion – Det heliga i vardagen. Lund: Nordic Academic Press.

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

Eriksson, L. (2018). Uskonto postsekulaarissa yhteiskunnassa. [Religion in the post-secular society]. In Ketola, K.; Martikainen, T. & Taira, T. (eds.) Uskontososiologia [Sociology of Religion] (pp. 76–86). Turku: Eetos.

Reports (in English)

Lebano, A., Hamed, S., Bradby, H. et.al. (October 2018). Migrants’ access to healthcare in Europe: barriers and facilitators: Results from a qualitative study. Mig-HealthCare Project.

Lebano, A., Hamed, S., Bradby, H. et. al. (October 2018). Migrants’ access to healthcare in Europe: a literature review. Mig-HealthCare Project.

Reports (in Swedish):

Axberg, U; Broberg, A; Eriksson, M. & Iversen, C. (2018). Utveckling av bedömningsmetoder för barn som utsatts för våld i sin familj: Rapport från en fortsättningsstudie. Ersta Sköndal Bräcke Högskola.

Invited conference presentations (international):

Bradby, H. (2018). Migration, ethnicity, vulnerability: the health politics of difference. Plenary at Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference, Glasgow Caledonian University, 12 – 14 September. 

Bradby, H. (2018). Statutory health and social care provision for mobile populationsGlobal Health and careInternational Sociological Association Pre-conference Symposium, University of Toronto Department of Sociology, July 13-14.

Bradby, H. (2018). Ideals and practices: migration meets healthcare. Plenary at ‘Old Tensions, Emerging Paradoxes in Health: Rights, Knowledge, and Trust’ European Society for Health and Medical Sociology Conference, June 6 - 8 Lisbon.

Bradby, H. (2018).  What do migrants and minorities mean for healthcare practice? Plenary at International Health Day, Hochschule für Gesundheit - University of Applied Sciences, Bochum, Germany, 15-17 May.

Bradby, H. (2018). “If there were doctors who could understand our problems, I would be better already”. Health Welfare in the Age of Superdiversity  International Symposium, 29th June, ISCTE-IUL, Lisbon.

Eriksson, L. (2018). Representations of kinship and parenthood in surrogacy families in Finland. Invited paper presented at the seminar Reproductive Rights, Ethics and Politics, March 28 in Turku, Finland.  

Torres, S. (2018). Scholarship on ethnicity, race and old age: studying inequalities in an injustice-oblivious way. Keynote lecture given the 4th Midterm Conference of the Research Network on Aging in Europe (RN01) of the European Sociological Association, Sept. 5-7 in Brno, Czech Republic.

Torres, S. (2018). Ethnicity, race and old age: a new research agenda. Keynote lecture given to the Cultural Difference and Social Solidarity Network (CDSS) Seminar, July 9-10 in Wroclaw, Poland.

Torres, S. (2018). Aging in the age of migration: what an ethnicity-informed and migration-lens can offer to gerontological research, policy and practice. Keynote lecture given at the 24th Nordic Congress of Gerontology, May 2-4 in Oslo, Norway.

Torres, S. (2018). Active aging policies and old age social exclusion. Lecture given at the 3rd Policy Seminar of the COST Action Reducing Old Age Exclusion in Europe: Collaborations in Research and Policy - ROSEnet (CA 15122), February 20 in Brussels, Belgium.

Submitted conference presentations (international):

Billingsley, S., Neyer, G. & Wesolowski, K. (2018). The influence of family policies on women´s childbearing: A longitudinal micro-data analysis of 21 countries. Papers presented by K. Wesolowski at the Foundation for International Studies on Social Security (FISS) Conference, 4-6 June 2018, Sigtuna, Sweden, and at the European Population Conference EPC, 6-9 June 2018, Brussels, Belgium.

Bradby, H., Ozcurumez, S. & Akyuz, S. (2018). What is the nature of that SGBV and where/when are refugees most vulnerable to SGBV? Paper presented at the 17th Conference of the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IASFM), Thessaloniki, Greece, 24th - 27th July.

Bradby, H. & Anastassiou, I. (2018). Challenges and frustrations in providing good quality accessible healthcare for migrants to Europe. Paper presented at the 17th Conference of the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IASFM), Thessaloniki, Greece, 24th - 27th July.

Brand, T; Samkange-Zeeb, F; Knecht, M; Bradby, H; Padilla, B; Pemberton, S;  Phillimore, J. & Zeeb, H. (2018). Unmet needs for healthcare in superdiverse neighbourhoods: results from the UPWEB study. Paper presented at the 1st World Congress on Migration, Ethnicity, Race and Health: Diversity and Health, Edinburgh, 17-19 May.

Eriksson, L. (2018). Surrogacy, moralities and moral actions. Paper presented at the conference ‘Sexual and Gendered Moralities’, organised by the International Association for the Study of Religion and Gender (IARG), November 26–27 in Ghent, Belgium.

Eriksson, L. (2018). The dynamics of surrogacy families in Finland: relationships between parents, children and surrogate mothers. Paper presented at Interim Meeting of the ESA RN 13 Sociology of Families and Intimate Lives, ‘Families Known and Unknown’, June 11-13 in Kuopio, Finland.

Fernqvist, S. (2018). Social work or bureaucracy? Administrators’ perspectives on the handling of maintenance support after the amendments in the 2016 Swedish Social Insurance Code. Paper presented at Forsa/Nousa, Helsinki Nov 22-23

Fernqvist, S. (2018). “He wants to mess with me, not the Social Insurance Agency”: custodial parents' experiences of the handling of maintenance support after the amendments in the Swedish Social Insurance Code. Paper presented at the 9th ESFR Conference "Families through the lens of diversity", Porto, Portugal, September 5 –8.

Gil-Salmerón, A., Valía-Cotanda, E., Garcés-Ferrer, J., Karnaki, P., Zota, D., Linos, A., Lebano, A., Bradby, H., Hamed, S.  (2018). Immigrants and refugees’ principal characteristics across Europe: a literature review. Paper presented at the 1st World Congress on Migration, Ethnicity, Race and Health: Diversity and Health, Edinburgh, 17-19 May.

Gäddman Johansson, R. & Sépulchre, M. (2018) Remaining close at a distance: negotiating support and service provision at housing with special services. Paper presented at the Dis/connection Symposium organized by the Cultural Matters Group of the Department of Sociology of Uppsala University, 27-28 September in Uppsala, Sweden)

Iversen, C. (2018). What would you say to a friend in your situation?: Volunteers’ hypothetical questions to help-seekers on a suicide helpline. Paper presented at the 5th Nordic Interdisciplinary Conference on Discourse Analysis, November 20-22 in Aarhus, Denmark).

Iversen, C. (2018). Claims of understanding in child social welfare interviews.. Paper presented at the 5th International Conference of Conversation Analysis July 10-16, Loughborough, UK).

Kania-Lundholm, M. & Torres, S. (2018). Older active users’ understandings of digitization: what the critical lens can offer. Paper presented by M. Kania-Lundholm at the 19th World Congress of Sociology, June 15-21 in Toronto, Canada.

Lebano, A. (2018). Bad Populism, Good Populism and Liberalism. Paper presented at APSA American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, August 29-September 2, Boston, USA.

Löf, J. & Olaison, A. (2018) Care decision-making and older LGBTQ adults in Sweden: Getting past generalities. Paper presented at 70th GSA Gerontological Society of America Annual Scientific Meeting, November 14-18, in Boston, USA.

Löf, J & Olaison, A (2018) I want to be open when entering elder care. An interview study with older LGBTQ adults reasoning about future care needs. Paper presented at 8th ECSWR European Conference for Social Work Research, April 18-20, in Edinburgh, Scotland).

Olaison, A; Torres, S. & Forssell, E. (2018) Needs assessment practice within elder care: does length of work experience make a difference in how care managers perceive professional discretion? Paper presented at 8th ECSWR European Conference for Social Work Research, April 18-20, in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Olaison, A & Nilsson, E (2018) Communicative practices of Swedish couples living with dementia:  Becoming oriented toward an uncertain future. Paper presented at 70th GSA Gerontological Society of America Annual Scientific Meeting, November 14-18, in Boston, USA.

Phillimore, J., Hyndman, J., & Bradby, H. et al.  (2018). Sexual and Gender-based Violence in the Refugee Crisis: Vulnerabilities, Inequalities and Responses. Paper presented at the 17th conference of the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IASFM), Thessaloniki, Greece, 24th - 27th July.

Phillimore, J., Brand, T. & Bradby, H.  (2018). Superdiversity, population health and health care: opportunities and challenges in a changing world’. Paper presented at the 1st World Congress on Migration, Ethnicity, Race and Health: Diversity and Health, Edinburgh, 17-19 May.

Sépulchre, M. (2018). Disability rights activists engage in the public sphere: a content analysis of debate articles in Swedish newspapers. Paper presented at the 9th Lancaster Disability Studies Conference, 11-13 September in Lancaster, UK.

Sépulchre, M. (2018). Understanding the shrinking social and economic rights of persons with disabilities through the lens of citizenship. Paper presented at the 19th ISA International Sociological Association) World Congress of Sociology, 15-21 July in Toronto, Canada.

Torres, S. & Serrat, R. (2018). Old age exclusion from civic participation: the case of older migrants. Paper presented at the 70th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 14-18 in Boston, USA.

Torres, S. (2018). Expanding the gerontological imagination through the unexploited potential found at the intersection of ethnicity and old age. Paper presented at the 70th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, November 14-18 in Boston, USA.

Torres, S. & Lindblom, J. (2018). Migration and elderly care: an ethics of care-informed study of media representations. Paper presented at the 19th World Congress of Sociology, June 15-21 in Toronto, Canada.

Torres, S. (2018). Active aging policies and the active aging index: what the social exclusion lens can offer. Paper presented at the 24th Nordic Congress of Gerontology, May 2-4 in Oslo, Norway.

Willander, E. &  Thurfjell, D. (2018). Maintaining Swedish secularity? Introducing a comparative perspective on cultural Christians and cultural Muslims. Paper presented at the Nordic Sociological Association Conference. 8-10 August 2018, Aalborg, Denmark.

Willander, E. (2018). The provision of Spiritual Care in Swedish Hospitals. Paper presented based on analysis conducted together with Hannah Bradby, Sandra Torres and Pernilla Jonsson. The Impact of Religion Conference. 24-28 of April, Uppsala, Sweden.

Wallroth, V. & Torres, S. (2018). Sons and sons-in-law on caregiving: what a masculinity lens brings to the table. Paper presented by V. Wallroth at the 4th Midterm Conference of the Research Network on Aging in Europe (RN01) of the European Sociological Association, Sept. 5-7 in Brno, Czech Republic).

Westerlund, M. & Iversen, C. (2018). The hopelessness can be overwhelming": Online suicide helpline volunteers' work to manage the seriousness of help-seekers' accounts. Paper presented at the 5th International Conference of Conversation Analysis, July 10-16, Loughborough, UK).

Invited conference presentations (national; in Swedish):

Bradby, H. (2018). Irrational and rational public health interventions: attending to patients, populations and policy. Paper presented to the Antibiotic Resistance Centre, 7th December at Uppsala University.

Hamed, S. &  Bradby, H. (2018). Challenges of studying racism in healthcare. Paper presented at the Medical Humanities Forum Seminar Series, Uppsala University, 8th May-

Submitted conference presentations (national; in Swedish):

Eriksson, L. (2018). Religion and Assisted Reproduction in Nordic Parliamentary Debates: Cases of Politicisation of Religion in Finland and Norway. Paper presented at ‘The Impact of Religion: Challenges for Society, Law and Democracy’, April 24–26 in Uppsala, Sweden.

Eriksson, L. (2018). Medikalisering av surrogatmoderskap i Finland. Paper presented at ‘Sociologidagarna 2018’, Conference organized by the Swedish Sociological Association, March 7-9 in Lund, Sweden. 

Fernqvist, S. (2018). Performing Propriety in Swedish Social Benefits Case Records. Paper presented at ‘Sociologidagarna 2018’, Conference organized by the Swedish Sociological Association, March 7-9 in Lund, Sweden.

Gröndal, H. (2018). Läkare, patienter, laboratorietester och flödesscheman: Heterogena medicinska möten på vårdcentralen. Paper presented at Medicinska möten – workshop vid Uppsala universitet, Arrangör: Forum för Medicinsk Humaniora och Samhällsvetenskap, 27 November 2018, Uppsala.

Gröndal, H. (2018). The emergence of antimicrobial resistance as a public issue in Sweden. Paper presented at Medicinhistoria Idag, Institutionen för idé- och lärdomshistoria, Uppsala universitet och Enheten för medicinens historia och kulturarv, Karolinska Institutet, Uppsala den 3 december 2018.

Gröndal, H. (2018). Sjukhusreceptarier. Paper presented at ‘Sociologidagarna 2018’, Conference organized by the Swedish Sociological Association, March 7-9 in Lund, Sweden.

Iversen, C. (2018). Negotiating the seriousness of life problems in suicide helpline communication. Paper presented at ‘Sociologidagarna 2018’, Conference organized by the Swedish Sociological Association, March 7-9 in Lund, Sweden.

Iversen, C. & Flinkfeldt, M. (2018). Kroppens dubbla roll i medicinsk interaktion: iscensättande av symtom i sömnapnékonsultationer, September 21-22. Paper presented at 36th OFTI [Områdesgruppen för analys av tal och interaktion] conference).

Lindblom, J. & Torres, S. (2018). Ethno-culture in daily newspaper reporting on elderly care: the rhetorical practices deployed. Paper presented by S. Torres at ‘Sociologidagarna 2018’, Conference organized by the Swedish Sociological Association, March 7-9 in Lund, Sweden.

Ågård, P. (2018). Institutionell kategorisering i fokusgruppsintervjuer om tvärkulturella möten i palliativ vård. Paper presented at ‘Sociologidagarna 2018’, Conference organized by the Swedish Sociological Association, March 7-9 in Lund, Sweden.