Prof. Anne Ryen
Anne Ryen is a Professor of Sociology at University of Agder, Norway. Prof. Ryen has been doing research in Norway and in East-Africa. Her research topics include Asian business, welfare benefits in private business, gender and gendering issues. She was member of the Management Committee of the pan-European COST Action on Femicide 2013-2017 across Europe and initiator and co-editor of a special journal on the topic.
Here are some of her publications: “Research Ethics: Between Care and Control” in David Silverman Qualitative Research, 5th ed., Sage 2020 (in print) (for 4th ed.: https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/qualitative-research/book245489) ΄Indigenous Methods` in SAGE Research Methods Foundations (2019) http://methods.sagepub.com/foundations/indigenous-methods, ΄Fighting the Crocodiles: Immigrant Students and Their Perilous Routes at Campus` in Qualitative Inquiry (2018) https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1077800418806616 “Femicide and Culture” in Journal of Comparative Social Work, 2018 https://journals.uis.no/index.php/JCSW/article/view/156 including “Categories and orthodoxies in studies on culture and femicide: An ethno-informed route to knowledge.” In Journal of Comparative Social Work, Vol 13 No 1, pp. 1-20. https://journals.uis.no/index.php/JCSW/article/view/162