Gert Graversen: Work life research. A look at the past and the future
page 7-21 in no. 1 1999Helge Hvid og Niels Møller: The social system of the firm and the strategy of the developmental work.
page 23-42 in no. 1 1999Vibeke Kold: From gender segregation to equality. Backwards and forwards
page 43-60 in no. 1 1999Herman Knudsen og Jens Lind: EU directives and Danish industrial relation.
page 61-76 in no. 1 1999Robert Karasek: Towards "conducive" production. wider roles for psychologists and sociologists
page 77-89 in no. 1 1999Per Kongshøj Madsen: For better or for worse .... About the need for a flexible labour market policy
page 91-95 in no. 1 1999Lykke Lafarque Pedersen: The Factory Community. Brede Textile Mill 1880-1930
page 11-34 in no. 2 1999Flemming Ibsen: Would it be a rational decision for firms to take on social responsibility?.
page 35-44 in no. 2 1999Niels Westergaard-Nielsen: Firms and their social responsibility.
page 45-53 in no. 2 1999Tine Rostgaard: Is this the best we can do?. Family friendly labour market strategies for employees with family responsibilities
page 55-72 in no. 2 1999Villy Dyhr: New accountability.
page 73-93 in no. 2 1999Christian Koch: Information technology, working life and trade unions. A global challenge and a Swedish response
page 7-29 in no.3 1999Karin Mathiesen og Hans Hvenegaard: New forms of cooperation between management and employees in the state sector.
page 31-46 in no.3 1999Peter Seglow: Ideology and the Changing Regulation of the Labour Market. A British Perspective
page 47-58 in no.3 1999Peter Nielsen: HRM in practice. Strategic integration and competency building
page 59-79 in no.3 1999Birger Steen Nielsen og Kurt Aagaard Nielsen: Work and sense of art.
page 9-26 in no. 4 1999Christian Helms Jørgensen: Education, training and the transformation of work. Practice, reflection and learning
page 27-47 in no. 4 1999Søren Voxted: The transformation of Human Resource Management in manufacturing industry.
page 49-64 in no. 4 1999Karsten Bøjesen Andersen og Claus Agø Hansen: Workbased learning – taylorist practice or holistic development?.
page 65-83 in no. 4 1999Bente Elkjær: It’s been a long time since somebody talked about the learning organization.
page 85-101 in no. 4 1999Ståle Einarsen og Eva Gemzøe Mikkelsen: Harassment at work. What is it and what do we know about it?
page 7-24 in no. 1 2000Torben Andersen, Knud Sinding, Anne Mette Hjalager og Steen Hildebrandt: How stable are Danish enterprises?.
page 25-35 in no. 1 2000Anders Siig Andersen, Signe Mette Jensen og Finn M. Sommer: Learning in organisations. Office work and modernisation in the state sector
page 37-62 in no. 1 2000Børge Lorentzen og Arne Remmen: Employee Participation in Environmental Activities. Learning processes in environmental teams
page 63-82 in no. 1 2000Vibeke Jakobsen: Integration and marginalization. Immigrants on the Danish labour market 1980-1996
page 19-37 in no. 2 2000Margit Helle Thomsen og Mahad Huniche: Ethnic equality as a goal. What are the barriers and the qualification demands?
page 39-65 in no. 2 2000Alex Larsen: Ethnic Discrimination, Equality and
Integration on the Labour Market.
page 67-83 in no. 2 2000Per Kongshøj Madsen: Ethnic minorities on the labour market. A comparison of the situation and the policies of integration in five Europeancountries
page 85-106 in no. 2 2000Lars Fuglsang: The foundations of a flexible and interactive working model in home care. A change of role in management
page 7-26 in no. 3 2000Kirsten Bregn: New Pay Systems in the Public Sector.
page 27-44 in no. 3 2000Mikkel Mailand: Active Labour Market Policy in Great Britain. Inclusion and exclusion in The Third Way
page 45-67 in no. 3 2000Herman Knudsen: Democracy at the Workplace.
page 69-85 in no. 3 2000Thomas Binder og Bente Elkjær: New Learning Templates. Learning Spaces Closer to and more distant from Practice
page 87-103 in no. 3 2000Birgitte Simonsen og Noemi Katznelson: Working identities of young adults.
page 9-28 in no. 4 2000Jo Krøjer: Gender in working life. A subjective or discoursive product?
page 29-44 in no. 4 2000Peter Olsén og Christian Clausen: Adjustment or autonomy?. Power and Learning in Industrial Work
page 45-60 in no. 4 2000Ann Westenholz og David Metz: Employee identity in ‘temporary and scattered’ work practices.
page 61-74 in no. 4 2000Jens Lind og Iver Hornemann Møller: Unemployment Policy and Workfare.
page 11-27 in no. 1 2001Henning Hansen: Activation in Denmark.
page 29-39 in no. 1 2001Rik van Berkel: Activation in the European Union. Empowerment or enforced emancipation?
page 41-55 in no. 1 2001Erik Christensen: Citizen’s income or ‘activation’ (‘workfare’)?. A discussion of different concepts of ‘rights and obligations’ in a historical perspective
page 57-71 in no. 1 2001Aitor Gomez: Capitalisation of unemployment benefits in Spain.
page 79-87 in no. 1 2001Ole Broberg: Technological design processes and work environment. Social shaping of technology and work environment in the food sector
page 19-31 in no. 2 2001Peter Hagedorn-Rasmussen: The shaping of change by management consultants.
page 33-51 in no. 2 2001Pernille Bottrup: Learning space and working conditions.
page 53-71 in no. 2 2001Christian Clausen og Annette Kamp: Improving working life. Between learning and political processes
page 73-94 in no. 2 2001Peter Hasle: The health and safety organisation at Danish workplaces.
page 95-110 in no. 2 2001Søren Peter Olesen: Talks on individual action plans. Encounters between unemployed and employment officers
page 7-28 in no. 3 2001Christina Bonde Pedersen: Institutional barriers and hidden discrimination in the public Labour Exchange.
page 29-42 in no. 3 2001Hanne Meyer-Johansen og Inger Stauning: Sustainability at work. A new social and professional dimension of work life?
page 43-63 in no. 3 2001Steen Navrbjerg: Flexibility and solidarity.. New forms of work organisation and their impact on plant level cooperation
page 65-85 in no. 3 2001Søren Christensen og Ann Westenholz: The board as a strategist. In a socially constructed world
page 87-102 in no. 3 2001Helge Hvid: The Golden Age of Danish Work Policy.
page 9-26 in no. 4 2001Jann Scheuer: Managerial Ideals and Linguistic. Practice in Appraisal Interviews
page 27-48 in no. 4 2001Annette Bilfeldt og Elsebeth Hofmeister: Development of work and care in carecenters.
page 49-68 in no. 4 2001Jørgen Burchardt: Introduction of new management concepts. When Scientific Management came to Denmark
page 69-90 in no. 4 2001Anette Steen Pedersen og Elisabeth Plum: It makes a difference to see the differences. On diversity management
page 91-104 in no. 4 2001Preben H. Lindøe: Actors, arenas and roles in workplace development.
page 11-27 in no. 1 2002Kåre Hansen: The interplay between participation, democracy and work environment.
page 29-45 in no. 1 2002Henrik Kvadsheim: Conceptualizing the work environment in workplace development.
page 47-65 in no. 1 2002Hans Jørgen Limborg: The Working Environment of Social Workers.
page 67-83 in no. 1 2002Christel Arendt Nielsen: Developmental Work. On possibilities and differences
page 85-102 in no. 1 2002Niels Møller og Peter Olsén: Development and solidarity.
page 103-118 in no. 1 2002Jesper Tynell: »It’s my own fault«. Neo-liberal rationalities of government in Human Resource Management
page 7-24 in no. 2 2002Bente Rasmussen og Birgitte Johansen: Knowledge Workers in the dot.com economy.
page 25-43 in no. 2 2002Thomas Bredgaard, Nicolai Abildgaard, Lene Dalsgaard og Flemming Larsen: Municipal activation. How are great expectations of the government implemented in the Danish municipalities?
page 45-60 in no. 2 2002Kjeld Nielsen og Allan Christensen: Social integration in Working Life.
page 61-80 in no. 2 2002Mogens Agervold: The Functioning of Danish Co-operation committees. An empirical study
page 81-98 in no. 2 2002Henning Kirk og Jesper Wégens: From Protection to Discrimination. The Senior-Policy Costs of Old Age Policy
page 9-23 in no. 3 2002Alan Walker: Ageing and employment in the european union..
page 25-42 in no. 3 2002Per H. Jensen og Torben Kjeldgaard: Causes and effects of early exit/early retirement.
page 43-62 in no. 3 2002Christian Albrekt Larsen: The Gold Mine that Disappeared.
page 63-75 in no. 3 2002Finn Wiedemann: Teaching. Between modernity and tradition
page 7-21 in no. 4 2002Preben H. Lindøe: The regulation of the working environment in the Nordic countries..
page 23-38 in no. 4 2002Henrik Lambrecht Lund: Integrated management systems and workplace democracy. A sustainability approach
page 39-58 in no. 4 2002Daniel Flemming og Henrik Søborg: Multinational Human Resource Policy and Internal Labour Markets in Danish Companies.
page 9-27 in no. 1 2003Carla Dahl-Jørgensen: Managing uncertainty in a global world. Thinking locally as a strategy of survival
page 29-41 in no. 1 2003Fabienne Knudsen: If you pay with peanuts you get a monkey. The concept of culture at work in multiethnic ship crew
page 43-59 in no. 1 2003Torben Andersen og Steen Scheuer: At home or abroad?. Danish economic managers opinions about being stationed and working abroad
page 61-69 in no. 1 2003Kurt Aagaard Nielsen: The permanent lack of stability. New conditions for the democratisation of the work place
page 71-82 in no. 1 2003Bent Gravesen: Not one, but many globalisations.
page 83-90 in no. 1 2003Helge Hvid: Dilemmas in participation of employee’s in ‘partnerships’.
page 7-26 in no. 2 2003Peter Hasle, Jens Voxtrup Petersen og Inger-Marie Wiegman: The Role of Collective Agreements in Working Environment Regulation.
page 27-42 in no. 2 2003Ellen Ramvi: Safety, Feelings and Community.
page 43-62 in no. 2 2003Ann Westenholz: Cross-hierarchical Management. Inaugual lecture
page 63-72 in no. 2 2003Hans Jørgen Limborg: Risk and prevention in the ‘new working life’ - a working environment perspective.
page 9-22 in no.3 2003Helle Holt: Influence on your own work time as solution to the conflict between work life and family life..
page 23-40 in no.3 2003Kirsten Marie Bovbjerg: Disciplining the self - a new deal in work life?.
page 41-57 in no.3 2003Hans Jeppe Jeppesen: Flexibility in working time and the flexible employees.
page 59-80 in no.3 2003Bibi Hølge-Hazelton: The Feminization of General Medical Practice.
page 9-19 in no. 4 2003Helle Bach og Peter Sidelmann: Why are women so relatively poorly represented at the executive level within the Danish ministries?.
page 21-40 in no. 4 2003Sidsel Lond Grosen og Karen Il Wol Knudsen: "That is what women do". Relations between work, family and gender
page 41-57 in no. 4 2003Lise Lotte Hansen: Is it possible to create gender equality in the labour movement?. Two new strategies and a theoretical vision
page 59-83 in no. 4 2003Nina Roth: Union Education in the Spirit of the Times. Mainstreaming in Practice
page 85-91 in no. 4 2003Jørgen Steen Madsen: New Wage between individualisation and collective bargaining.
page 8-28 in no. 1 2004Peter Nielsen: Employee Involvement and Participation in Learning Organizations.
page 29-63 in no. 1 2004Ida Juul: Learning potentials in school and at work.
page 49-63 in no. 1 2004Steen Wisborg: From nurse to manager. To be a manager within a profession
page 64-76 in no. 1 2004Henning Salling Olesen: Professions - mirrors of work life in late modernity?.
page 77-95 in no. 1 2004Annette Kamp og Peter Hagedorn-Rasmussen: Diversity at the Danish workplace. Strength or burden?
page 8-23 in no. 2 2004Iben Jensen: Job interviews. The ritualised access to the labour market
page 24-39 in no. 2 2004Buffy Lundgren: Equality. An obstacle to positive action?
page 40-55 in no. 2 2004Kirsten Slots, Lise Berg Johannsen og Else Schantz Juutilainen: Dilemmas in times of change. Three companies working towards diversity
page 56-70 in no. 2 2004Mikkel Mailand: Ethnic minorities and labour market segregation. A comparative study of integration barriers within three sectors in three countries
page 71-87 in no. 2 2004Carsten Strøby Jensen: Trade unionism in Europe. A comparative perspective
page 7-25 in no. 3 2004Pernille Tanggaard Andersen: Working life, Alliance and ambivalence. An analysis of young unskilled women’s view on the union
page 27-44 in no. 3 2004Anders Buch: Challenges for the professional associations in Denmark. The Skylla and Charybdis of the Competence strategy
page 45-62 in no. 3 2004Henrik Lambrecht Lund: Sustainability and Trade Union Practice. Between Partnerships and Social Movement Unionism
page 63-86 in no. 3 2004Ida Juul: The Danish VET-system – a neglected field of research.
page 11-24 in no. 4 2004Morten Smistrup: Vocation and vocational identity. A fabulous and fragile frame for becoming ‘good’
page 25-41 in no. 4 2004Vibe Aarkrog: We do not know what might happen during a day at work. Transfer in various practice situations
page 43-56 in no. 4 2004Lene Tanggaard Pedersen: The regulation of learning through assessment.
page 57-75 in no. 4 2004Peter Musaeus og Claus Elmholdt: Eclecticism in vocational education. Governmentality or coincidence?
page 77-90 in no. 4 2004Søren Voxted: Who manages self-managing teams?.
page 9-26 in no. 1 2005Steen Visholm: Unclear roles & employee involvement. About management and self-governing groups
page 27-42 in no. 1 2005Maja Marie Lotz og Signe Enemark Olsen: The Development Dynamics and Personal Consequences of Teamwork.
page 43-60 in no. 1 2005Annette Bilfeldt og Elsebeth Hofmeister: Gender, Autonomy and Quality in Working Life. Experiences from an Action Research Project on Autonomous Working Groups in Care Work and Industrial Work
page 61-72 in no. 1 2005Finn Wiedemann: Teamwork in primary and secondary schools – experiences and perspectives.
page 73-87 in no. 1 2005Thomas Bredgaard, Flemming Larsen og Lars Rune Møller: The involvement of ‘other actors’ in employment policy.
page 9-26 in no. 2 2005Henning Hansen, Mette Marie Juul og Flemming Jakobsen: Educational activation and supported job. Downgraded on a false basis
page 27-37 in no. 2 2005Thomas Bredgaard: Enterprises in labour market policy.
page 38-57 in no. 2 2005Henning Hansen, Jens Lind og Iver Hornemann Møller: The employment policy of the government.
page 58-71 in no. 2 2005Steen Navrbjerg: Between participation and co-determination. New forms of co-operation in municipalities and counties
page 12-33 in no. 3 2005Caspar Rose: Employee representatives on firm’s supervisory boards. Consequences for corporate governance and stakeholder theory
page 34-50 in no. 3 2005Berit Moltu: Employee Participation Legitimized by Knowledge.
page 51-70 in no. 3 2005Peter Hasle og Niels Møller: Psychosocial work environment improvement through involvement.
page 71-86 in no. 3 2005Anna Ilsøe: Psychosocial work environment. A collective task at the workplace
page 7-26 in no. 4 2005Ole Busck: What happened to employee participation in the environmental work of companies?.
page 27-44 in no. 4 2005Hans Hvenegaard: Employees have Influence at Work – but what about the long term development of work?.
page 45-61 in no. 4 2005Pernille Tanggaard Andersen og Lotte Bloksgaard: Individual wage – negotiation or figurative politics?.
page 62-77 in no. 4 2005Carl Cato Wadel: When co-workers have to lead each other.
page 78-92 in no. 4 2005Eva Munk-Madsen: 'The World Champion Help System”?. A working-life perspective on user-controlled help in caregiving for disabled
page 11-31 in no. 1 2006Anne Liveng: The orientation of social- and health helper assistant trainees towards caring and the contradictory demands of the work.
page 32-48 in no. 1 2006Marta Szebehely: Organisational changes and everyday realities. A comparative study of home-care services in Scandinavia
page 49-66 in no. 1 2006Betina Dybbroe: Care in the Intersection between Work and Life.
page 67-81 in no. 1 2006Leena Eskelinen, Dorte Caswell og Søren Peter Olesen: Professional Practice in Social Work as Research Object. A Critical Constructive Approach
page 82-95 in no. 1 2006Christer Törnquist: Economic Paradigms and Health Care in Sweden.
page 96-110 in no. 1 2006Mari Kira: Sustainable work system development.
page 9-22 in no. 2 2006Helge Hvid: Sustainability and living work.
page 23-37 in no. 2 2006Lise Drewes Nielsen og Kurt Aagaard Nielsen: A sustainable flexibility?.
page 38-53 in no. 2 2006Jakob Lauring: Diversity Management as social responsibility and good business. A sustainable balance?
page 54-67 in no. 2 2006Preben H. Lindøe, Åshild Bakke og Randi W. Aas: The Inclusive Working Life Agreement. Means from national level to the level of managers in sick leave follow-up
page 68-82 in no. 2 2006Ida Juul: Between dreams and realities. Three different stories about being trained as a cabinet maker
page 7-22 in no. 3 2006Sofie Birch: The adventurous work.
page 23-36 in no. 3 2006Noemi Katznelson og Mette Pless: Young peoples choice of education and expectations to a future working life.
page 37-52 in no. 3 2006Gestur Gudmundsson: Youth - identity or crisis?.
page 53-68 in no. 3 2006Linda Lundgaard Andersen: The Inside and Outside Life at Work. A critical Introduction to Tavistock and the pschychoanalytic social psychology
page 69-86 in no. 3 2006Peter Hagedorn-Rasmussen, Jeppe Højland og John Storm Pedersen: Reform of the Municipal System in Denmark: Consequences for managers and employees.
page 10-27 in no. 4 2006Lotte Bak Pedersen: The winds of change – the interaction between organizational culture and merger process.
page 28-44 in no. 4 2006Dorte Caswell og Bodil Damgaard: Employment Policy and Structural Reform in Denmark – who gains?.
page 45-61 in no. 4 2006Thomas Skovgaard: The journey through no-man's land. or the art of (middle) management in times of organizational transition
page 62-78 in no. 4 2006Louise Haugan Vergo: Employees in change. Human Resource Management in the Public Sector
page 79-94 in no. 4 2006Stine Lyngborg, Kirstine Guldager Madsen og Gitte Løth Skoust: The balancing act of everyday life. Employed parents between work and family life
page 13-27 in no. 1 2007Steffen Korsgaard og Helle Neergaard: Mompreneurs against the current. On work-life balance inentrepreneurship
page 28-43 in no. 1 2007Anders Raastrup Kristensen: Three types of flexibility. How call center employees use distance work
page 44-60 in no. 1 2007Karen Albertsen, Tage Søndergård Kristensen og Jan Pejtersen: Long and non-standard working hours. Can influence improve the work-life balance?
page 61-80 in no. 1 2007Lars Peter Andersen: Work stress:. From symptoms to complex transactions
page 11-27 in no. 2 2007Bo Netterstrøm: Experiences from a stress clinic.
page 28-37 in no. 2 2007Ole H. Sørensen, Anders Buch, Peter Holdt Christensen og Vibeke Andersen: Inﬂuence and knowledge work. Can you have too much of a good thing?
page 38-54 in no. 2 2007Åse Lading: Modernization and Stress in the Upper Secondary Schoolteachers’ Profession.
page 55-66 in no. 2 2007Jens Gudiksen: New management as double-bind communication.
page 67-79 in no. 2 2007Ole Busck: Bin men are humans too!. Marketization of municipal services causes wear-down
page 91-107 in no. 2 2007Ole H. Sørensen: Technology and work in Danish call centres. Between mass-production and customer service
page 9-27 in no. 3 2007Pernille Bertelsen: Will the Electronic Patient Records (EPR) eliminate the need for medical secretaries at the Danish hospitals?.
page 28-43 in no. 3 2007Anne Marie Kanstrup: IT-supporter. A broker working on the border
page 44-58 in no. 3 2007Eva Bjerrum, Jakob Lauring og Anne Bøgh Fangel: The open office. A technology promoting interaction and knowledge sharing at work?
page 59-71 in no. 3 2007Anders Buch: What can work life studies learn from science and technology studies?.
page 72-87 in no. 3 2007Thomas Bredgaard, Flemming Larsen og Per Kongshøj Madsen: Flexicurity. In pursuit of a moving target
page 8-25 in no. 4 2007Mads Peter Klindt: Flexible Working Hours in Denmark, Germany, France and the UK. A matter of fl exicurity in macro politics or workplace practices?
page 26-44 in no. 4 2007Anna Ilsøe: Decentralisation in a Flexicurity Perspective. Towards a segmentation of the Danish labour market?
page 45-62 in no. 4 2007Søren Kaj Andersen: Temporary Agency Workers between Flexibility and Security.
page 63-78 in no. 4 2007Flemming Ibsen: Does It Pay ?. Flexicurity and pay in the Danish fl exicurity-model
page 79-93 in no. 4 2007Mikkel Risbjerg og Peter Triantafillou: ‘No time for losers'. Coaching and the competitive self
page 10-24 in no. 1 2008Claus Elmholdt: Knowing and the need for control in knowledge work.
page 25-39 in no. 1 2008Peter Khallash Bengtsen: Politics of Knowledge and Personal Development for the Danish Workforce.
page 40-55 in no. 1 2008Lasse Suenperä Liebst og Merete Monrad: Between empathy and depersonalization. An emotional sociological analysis of the consequences of taylorization for home care workers
page 56-71 in no. 1 2008Jo Krøjer og Camilla Hutters: Collective countering. Creating critique of neoliberal work on young selves.
page 72-88 in no. 1 2008Annette Kamp og Klaus T. Nielsen: Workplace health promotion. A new catalyst for empowerment in work?
page 13-29 in no. 2 2008Tage Søndergård Kristensen, Peter Hasle og Jan Hyld Pejtersen: Workplace social capital. A new approach to the psychosocial workenvironment?
page 30-45 in no. 2 2008Maria Gustavsson: Health promotion within an emergency department. Learning through a workplace-based development work
page 46-60 in no. 2 2008Mogens Agervold: Stress and strain in ‘People work’.
page 61-77 in no. 2 2008Pernille Tufte, Thomas Clausen og Vilhelm Borg: Experiences of attrition of psychological resources among senior employees in the Danish elderly care sector.
page 78-92 in no. 2 2008Henning Jørgensen: From labour market policy to employment policy. Only cosmetic changes or change of content?
page 8-23 in no. 3 2008Peter Munk Christiansen og Michael Baggesen Klitgaard: Institutional Control with Danish Labour Marked Administration. The Creation of the Job Centers
page 24-38 in no. 3 2008Mikkel Mailand: Involvement of social partners in employment policy reforms under liberal-conservative rule. Continuity or change?
page 39-56 in no. 3 2008Thomas Bredgaard og Flemming Larsen: Local employment councils in the intersection between state and municipalities.
page 57-72 in no. 3 2008Catharina Juul Kristensen: Organisational anchorage of welfare innovation. A discussion on the basis of two cases from employment services
page 73-87 in no. 3 2008Jacob Jepsen Pedersen: Job chances. The significance of social networks and recruitment practices of companies
page 88-107 in no. 3 2008Hans Jørgen Limborg og Hans Hvenegaard: When working with humans. Relations, feelings and the psychical working environment
page 12-27 in no. 4 2008Annegrethe Ahrenkiel, Betina Dybbroe og Finn M. Sommer: Nurses’ influence on professional quality in the workplace.
page 28-42 in no. 4 2008Peter Olsén: “If we could just be left in peace to do our job.…”. On the meaning of (changing) work and psychosocial work environment
page 43-58 in no. 4 2008Ib Ravn: Meaning in work life. Definition and conceptualization
page 59-75 in no. 4 2008Ole H. Sørensen: Illegitimate stressors or managerial prerogative.
page 76-91 in no. 4 2008Thomas Aastrup Rømer: Work-experience and adult education.
page 92-104 in no. 4 2008Helge Hvid: ‘To be in control’. The road to a good psychosocial working environment, earning and innovation?
page 11-30 in no. 1 2009Ole Busck, Herman Knudsen, Jens Lind og Tine Herreborg Jørgensen: The transformation of employee participation. Consequences for the working environment
page 31-48 in no. 1 2009Johnny Dyreborg: Health and Safety matters are too important for management to leave it up to the joint safety and health committee.
page 49-66 in no. 1 2009Christian Helms Jørgensen: From school to work. More than just a transition
page 67-86 in no. 1 2009Karen Valeur Sjørup: Gender and work during the childhood and adolescence of gender research in Denmark.
page 87-95 in no. 1 2009