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Small scale archaeology. Remarks on Synnøve Vinsrygg's paper.
(AmS-Varia;17, Chapter, 1987)
It is assumed that it is possible in the material from the Stone Age sites to recognize the results of the process of teaching children how to survive. Analysing "the refuse material" and "poorly" made artifacts from camp ...
Transforming images: Exploring powerful children
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2008)
The perception of children as vulnerable, instead of powerful, beings is the opposite of what is found to be the case in the historic evidence. The paper investigates the relationship between ideology and material culture ...
Something about children
(Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2008)
The paper deals with the epistemological background of archaeology's conceptualisation of children's identities in the past. In the advancement of child archaeology there is something about children that catches the eye ...
Making them draw : the use of drawings when researching public attitudes towards the past
(Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2009)
Konflikter i landskapet: Kulturminnevern og kulturforståelse: Analyse av alvedans og utmarksmiljø i Hå kommune i Rogaland, SV-Norge
(AmS-Varia; 42, Doctoral thesis; Book, 2003)
The work is a theoretical and empirical study of how the management of the cultural heritage is perceived by different interest groups in the society. It represents a new approach which has been little dealt with within ...
Children in the bog
(BAR International Series;2271, Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2011)
The past in the present. Landscape perception, archaeological heritage and marginal farmland in Jæren, south-western Norway
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2007)
This paper examines the background of conflicts in the resource management of a specific type of ‘utmark’ in the agrarian landscape. The historical relationship between empirically experienced ‘utmark’ and the resource ...
Historieformidling og historiebevissthet : den utfordrende fortellingen om den fjerne fortiden
(AmS-Varia;49, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2009)
Museums are non-places for teaching pupils/students history. Digital information and communication technology have given museums challenges that were not foreseen only a couple of decades ago to the art of presenting ...
Øyets lyst er sist til å knekkes : hvordan er hensynet til kulturmiljø og landskap ivaretatt ved revisjonen av plan- og bygningsloven?
(AmS-Nett;3, Working paper, 2005)
The Museum of Archaeology, Stavanger, in co-operation with the University of Stavanger, focus on the education of cultural managers and planners of the present day landscape in relation to the future. A broad perspective ...