Selected publications of Svein Olav Daatland

  • Daatland, S.O, Herlofson, K. & Motel-Klingebiel, A. (2002). 'Methoden und Perspektiven international vergleichender Alter(n)sforschung'. In: A. Motel-Klingebiel & U. Kelle (Hrsg.), Perspektiven der empirischen Alternssoziologie (pp. 221-248). Opladen: Leske+Budrich.

  • Daatland, S.O. & Biggs, S. (eds.) (2004). Ageing and Diversity. Bristol: Policy Press.

  • Daatland, S.O. & Herlofson, K. (2003). 'Families and welfare states in elder care: Are services substituting or complementing the family?' In: A. Lowenstein & J. Ogg (eds.). OASIS Final report (pp. 285-308). Haifa: University of Haifa.

  • Daatland, S.O. & Herlofson, K. (2003). Les normes de responsabilité familiale dans les pays européens: contrastes et similarités. Retraite et Société, 38, 16-47. ( English version, Family responsibility norms in European Countries: Contrasts and similarities Open / Save PDF )

  • Daatland, S.O. & Herlofson, K. (2003). 'Lost solidary' or 'changed solidarity': a comparative European view on normative family solidarity. Ageing & Society, 23, 5, 537-560.

  • Daatland, S.O. & Herlofson, K. (2003). 'Norms and ideals about elder care in a European comparative perspective'. In: A. Lowenstein & J. Ogg (eds.). OASIS Final report (pp. 127-164). Haifa: University of Haifa.
  • Daatland, S.O. & Herlofson, K. (2004). Familie, velferdsstat og aldring. Familiesolidaritet i et europeisk perspektiv. Oslo: NOVA-rapport 7-2004 (Families, welfare states, and ageing. Family solidarity in a European perspective).

  • Daatland, S.O. & Herlofson, K. (eds.)(2001). Ageing, intergenerational relattions, care systems and quality of life. An introduction to the OASIS project. Oslo: NOVA-rapport 14/01.

  • Daatland, S.O. & Motel-Klingebiel, A. (2004, in press). 'Cross-cultural comparisons - separating the local and the general'. In: H.W. Wahl, C. Tesch-Römer & A. Hoff (eds.), New dynamics in old age: Individual, environmental, and societal perspectives. New York: Baywood (in press).

  • Daatland, S.O. (1990). What are families for? On family solidarity and preferences for help. Ageing and Society, 1, 1-15.

  • Daatland, S.O. (1992). Ideals lost? Current trends in Scandinavian welfare policies on ageing. Journal of European Social Policy , 2, 1, 33-47.

  • Daatland, S.O. (1992). The public-private mix: The roles of families and the public care system in the welfare state. European Journal of Gerontology, 1, 3, 170-183.

  • Daatland, S.O. (1994). Stress and strategies in care systems: The Scandinavian experience. Social Science and Medicine, 38,7,867-74.

  • Daatland, S.O. (1996). 'Adapting the Scandinavian model of care for elderly people', in P. Hennessy (ed.). Caring for frail elderly people: Policies in evolution. OECD: Paris, Social policy studies no. 19.

  • Daatland, S.O. (1996). 'Formal and informal care: New approaches', in G. Caselli & A.D. Lopez (eds.): Health and mortality among elderly populations. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996.

  • Daatland, S.O. (1997). Welfare policies for older people in transition? Emerging trends and comparative perspectives. Scandinavian Journal of Social Welfare, 6,153-161.

  • Daatland, S.O. (2001). Ageing, families and welfare systems. Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie, 34, 16-20.
  • Daatland, S.O. (2002). 'Time to pay back? Is there something for psychology and sociology in gerontology?', in L. Andersson (ed.), Cultural Gerontology. Westport: Auburn House.

  • Daatland, S.O. (2003). From variables to lives: Inputs to a fresh agenda for psychological ageing research in Norway. European Psychologist, 8, 3, 200-207.

  • Katz, R., Daatland, S.O., Lowenstein, A., Bazo, M.T., Ancizu, I., Herlofson, K., Mehlhausen-Hassoen, D. & Prilutzki, D. (2003). 'Family norms and preferences in intergenerational relations: A comparative perspective'. In: V.L. Bengtson & A. Lowenstein (eds.), Global aging and challenges to families (pp. 305-326). New York: Aldine de Gruyter.

  • Katz, R., Lowenstein, A., Phillips, J. & Daatland, S.O. (2004). 'Families and intergenerational relations across societies'. In: V.L. Bengtson, A.C. Acock, K.R. Allen, P. Dilworth-Anderson & D.M. Klein (eds.), Sourcebook on family theory and research. Thousand Oaks: Sage (in press).

  • Lowenstein, A., Katz, R. Phillips, J. & Daatland, S.O. (2004). Filial norms and intergenerational support in a European and Israeli comparative perspective. In: Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics (in press).



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