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Peer-reviewed articles (academic journals/working-paper series)

  1. Guttormsen, DSA (forthcoming) 2011, 'Unlocking Complexity with Simplicity: A Social Constructionist take on ‘Ethnographic Interviewing’ in Multilingual and Intercultural ‘Multi-Site’ Field-Research', Selected for Special Issue, Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods. [ACCEPTED]
  2. Guttormsen, DSA 2009, 'Institutions of Scandinavian expatriatism in Hong Kong: A dynamic perspective on interaction and adjustment' (PDF Document), LEWI Working Paper Series, no. 91, David  C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong SAR, China. [PUBLISHED]

 Book chapters (academic publication/anthology)

  1. Lauring, J* & Guttormsen, DSA, 2010, 'Challenges of Ethnicity in Organizational Interaction: The Role of Language Use in Expatriate Management’, Ethnicity: Cultural roles, Spiritual Practices, and Social challenges (editor Jonathan K. Crennan, Nova Science Publishers Inc., New York). [PUBLISHED]

*Associate Professor Jakob Lauring, Department of Management, Aarhus Business School, University of Aarhus, Denmark.

Conference proceedings

  1. Guttormsen, DSA 2010, 'Unlocking Complexity with Simplicity: A Social Constructionist take on the 'Ethnographic Interview' in Multilingual and Intercultural 'Multi-site' field research', Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies, pp. 157-165. Available from: ISBN: 978-1-906638-65-8 (CD), ed. J. Esteves, IE Business School, Madrid, 24-25 June 2010  

Executive editorial board

2001: Member of the Executive Editorial Board of a published book, “SAIH: utdanning for frigjøring” (in English: “SAIH: Education for liberation”), by historian Nina D. Kroglund. SAIH (Students' and Academics' International Aid Fund) is a Norwegian solidarity and international aid fund organisation affiliated with the support scheme of The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - a directorate under the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Student magazines & newsletters

2005: Wrote a section in a published article about studying social science subjects in different countries, “ANSA Nytt” (Association of Norwegian Students Abroad’s magazine) – distributed to educational organisations and students in more than 20 countries, as well as published online

2004: Wrote a debate article published in “ANSA Nytt” claiming there are deficiencies with the Norwegian government’s language scholarship, and an article about opportunities to study in Australia for Norwegians

2004: Two articles published in “ANSA-Perth’s Newsletter” on insurance issues for Norwegian students in Australia, and activities of other ANSA committees world-wide