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  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Nygaard-Christensen, Maj;
    Publisher: Center for Rusmiddelforskning, Aarhus Universitet

    Under nedlukningen af landet under covid-19-krisen blev udsatte mennesker betegnet som en særlig risikogruppe. På nogle områder har udsatte dog vist sig at have særlig erfaring med at klare udfordringer og forandringer i hverdagen, som de kunne trække på i forhold til at klare coronasituationen

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    de la Torre Rasmussen, Caribay Alexandra Moreno; Sand, Mathilde Jessen; Lund, Arendse Malene; Petersen, Frederik Stybe; Andersen, Maiken Therese; Djurisic, Maria;
    Publisher: Roskilde Universitet
    Country: Denmark

    This study investigates whether the so-called Covid-19 critical movement continues itsactivity after the end of the restrictions in Denmark, and if so, what the activity is anexpression of.Methodologically this study takes a phenomenologically inspired, qualitativeapproach. The study is based on digital and physical observations, and four semistructuredinterviews with members from the movement.The theoretical frame of this study is based on New Social Movement Theory byRonald Inglehart, coupled with perspectives from the research conducted by sociologistsAnders Ejrnæs and Silas Harrebye. Moreover, the study uses theories about populism byErnesto Laclau combined with Jan Werner Müllers concepts regarding antielitism andantipluralism.We conclude that the Covid-19 critical movement continues to exist, but in a new form.However, in the current state, the movement shows more system critical tendencies.Therefore the Covid-19 epidemic has functioned as a catalyst for the present broadendcritique. This critique concerns different topics which are not seemingly correlated, but endsup being connected in an equivalent chain that relates all topics to system critique and a ‘fightfor freedom’. Furthermore, the movement is built upon distinct ‘freedom values’ due to theinfluence of strong post materialistic values. The movement is also influenced by populisttendencies such as antagonism, antielitism and antipluralism. Some of the critique which isexpressed by the movement can be seen as a sign of democratic satisfaction. However, someof the critiques also indicate a democratic dissatisfaction.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Hammershøj, Malte Thorsfelt; Madsen, Cecilie Kragelund; Westhoff, Rosa-Marie Christel; Møller, Daniel Luka Vanting;
    Country: Denmark

    Since being chosen as the head coach of the Danish national football team, Kasper Hjulmand has become a prominent public figure, and been a central character in several major events. He led the team to their biggest success in many years by reaching the semi-final of the European Championship, dealt with the sudden heart attack of star player Christian Eriksen during a match and gathered the attention of an entire nation during the mentally straining COVID-19 pandemic. All this eventually led to him being chosen as “leader of the year”, as the first recipient who’s not in a traditional business role.This research conducts a discourse analysis of interviews with Hjulmand in conjunction with the use of leadership theories, to identify some traits and themes regarding what kind of leader he is. This understanding leads the analysis to an investigation of the narrative surrounding him as a leader, how it is created, and what role he himself can play in it. Existing studies have been made regarding achieving success in sports and leadership, and others regarding how a narrative is created. The findings of this study take this knowledge further, by determining how a public leader, like Hjulmand, influences the narrative surrounding them and achieves a deeper understanding of how a well-functioning social atmosphere is a precursor for the success of sports teams.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Sørensen, Julie Møgelberg;
    Publisher: Roskilde Universitetscenter
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Stærk, Mette Melvej; Berthelsen, Henrik Kjærgaard; Krognes, Arve Podsada; Rasmussen, Thilde Naja; Boisen, Lars; Engedal, Isabelle Hindsgaul;
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Riis, Markus Brandt; Kongsted, Philip Ejler; Jørgensen, Anton Andreas Gregersen; Rylander, Rikke; Uhre, Amalie Ingemann; Petersen, Jasmin Maria Zryouyl;
    Publisher: Roskilde Universitet
    Country: Denmark

    Doing voluntary work in Denmark is considered a widespread phenomenon, with around 40% of the Danish population volunteering one way or another. This culture of volunteering is also the backbone of one of Europe's largest music festivals, Roskilde Festival, where 30.000 volunteers work with a tiny professional team to create a temporary city of 120.000 participants for 8 days, every summer. Through an organizational-psychological approach, this project investigates how a festival of this scale manages to maintain a non-profit multi-divisional organizational structure, where most working roles, from food stands to cable work, to coordination and management are sorted in independent teams. Most of these roles are voluntary, and many volunteers choose to come back year after year, and to work extensive hours to take part in running the festival. We held a focus group interview with four of the volunteers who work +100 hours in the IT department, to understand the culture of their work environment and their volunteer community, as well as what motivates them to do a job that isn't particularly interesting, for a humble reward. We also hosted two expert interviews with one volunteer coordinator and a recruitment officer, both in volunteering positions, about how the volunteers are managed, what is done to engage them and how they have managed to handle a COVID-19 crisis with two canceled festival runs. We use Edgar and Peter Schein’s Organizational Culture and Leadership, to analyze the layers of culture in the IT department, Chris Mowles and Ralph Stacey’s Strategic Management and Organizational Dynamics to analyze the supposed complex structure that characterizes the voluntary work environment. Furthermore, we use Edward L. Deci and Richard M. Ryan's Self-Determination Theory to analyze what motivates the volunteers to stay committed to their work and what maintains their connection to it after two canceled festival seasons. We found that the volunteer culture might be partly threatened from the increased dropout rate, since it destabilizes the balance between experienced and inexperienced volunteers. This can make the workload heavier on the remainders and remove some of the motivation, with the loss of a stable community feeling. Regardless, Roskilde Festival has had a fundamental role in many of the volunteers' summers for decades, and two years' absence has not removed its place in either the volunteers' hearts or the festival-goers, and the volunteers are seen as capable of recuperating the communal culture of the organization again.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Younas, Khadija Bibi;
    Country: Denmark

    The purpose of this paper is to address the discourse created about ethnic minorities during the ongoing covid-19 pandemic in the public health care system, which continues to be constructed by the government, politicians and the media. The states effort to contain the infection rates only exacerbated the stigmatisation and discrimination which ethnic minorites faced, this can be traced back to colonial practices and the creation of colonial medicine, these biasis have become systemic and hinder the development of a equitable public health care system. To analyze the discourse the empirical data consists of written documentation, which according to Lynggaard may be all written documents, including secondary material even though their intended audience isn’t the public. This discourse will primarily be analyzed with a social constructivist approach as defined by Wenneberg, which allows for a critical investigation of the different aspects that influence citizens' lives and how their agency is affected within a governmental system. This approach is supported by Pedersens emphasis on the researcher's role in constructing knowledge, which allows for a critical approach to the underlying reasoning for the construct. The theoretical framework utilizes colonial medicine to address why ethnic minorities experience systemic disparity, through the lack of understanding which is simplified and portrayed as contingent on personal behavior. To critically investigate how this image of ethnic minorities is constructed in the discourse, the theoretical framework social determinants allows for an investigation of personal to larger socio-economic systems, which affect the individual's life which the state overlooks in favor of cultural reasoning. This creates a clear pattern of discrimination in the discourse and treatment which has survived from its colonial past, effectively the state is only capable of offering a public solution designed for its majority population which overlooks the needs of its minority citizens.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Strøh, Celine Grønhøj; Nielsen, Pernille Strange; Mortensen, Mie Fanette Brun; Bargholz, Martin Modler;
    Country: Denmark
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Halkier, Henrik; Ren, Carina; James, Laura; Therkelsen, Anette; Bembom, Elsbeth;
    Country: Denmark

    Hvad skal guide os videre i turismeudviklingen efter corona? Denne blog gør status og sammen med to fremtrædende turismeeksperter - Signe Jungersted fra Group NAO og Anna Porse fra Seismonaut - kaster vi et skarpt lys på de sidste to års erfaringer.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Ren, Carina; Therkelsen, Anette; James, Laura; Halkier, Henrik; Bembom, Elsbeth;
    Country: Denmark

    Hvad tager turismeerhvervet med sig efter halvandet år med nedlukning? Hvad er lært og udviklet? Vi stiller skarpt på tre helt store tendenser: bæredygtig, digital og lokal turisme.