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    Haugenbok.no Fagbøker Samfunnsvitenskap Statsvitenskap The rise of little big Norway

    The rise of little big Norway

    The rise of little big Norway

    The rise of little big Norway

    Forfatter Anthem Press

    Tomt hos leverandør, ny melding ventes 01.01.1970

    299,-

    ISBN:

    9781785271939

    Forlag:

    Anthem Press

    Trykkeår:

    Utgitt:

    2019

    Utgave:

    1

    Sider:

    250

    Vekt:

    588 gr

    Alder:

    Voksen

    The rise of little big Norway
    Anthem Press
    9781785271939

    Forlagets omtale:

    "The Rise of Little Big Norway" explores the unlikely rise of Norway from peripherality to today's global steward with an enviable work-life balance, influential oil fund and Arctic front-row seat. Drawing on wide-ranging source material, John Ross's original approach combines astute observation, LES MER thoughtful analysis and a flowing essay style, leavened with the comparative insight that only a seasoned observer of the region can bring. The book examines the settings, histories and niche elements that lend Norway its distinctiveness and differentiate it from its Nordic neighbors. It gives special attention to the northern and Arctic dimensions of Norwegian life and elaborates a connecting thematic thread, the mobility that once took Vikings across the Atlantic in open boats and makes today's Norwegians the most-traveled people on the planet. The result is a carefully crafted general study of Norway, a country long overlooked in favor of its Nordic neighbors but now a quiet force in its own right and a touchstone for twenty-first century issues ranging from identity politics to the Arctic melt. This book fills a major gap in the literature on Norway and the Nordic region. LES MINDRE Forlagets omtale "The Rise of Little Big Norway" explores the unlikely rise of Norway from peripherality to today's global steward with an enviable work-life balance, influential oil fund and Arctic front-row seat. Drawing on wide-ranging source material, John Ross's original approach combines astute observation, thoughtful analysis and a flowing essay style, leavened with the comparative insight that only a seasoned observer of the region can bring. The book examines the settings, histories and niche elements that lend Norway its distinctiveness and differentiate it from its Nordic neighbors. It gives special attention to the northern and Arctic dimensions of Norwegian life and elaborates a connecting thematic thread, the mobility that once took Vikings across the Atlantic in open boats and makes today's Norwegians the most-traveled people on the planet. The result is a carefully crafted general study of Norway, a country long overlooked in favor of its Nordic neighbors but now a quiet force in its own right and a touchstone for twenty-first century issues ranging from identity politics to the Arctic melt. This book fills a major gap in the literature on Norway and the Nordic region.

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