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Fakultetskalenderen er ikke nødvendigvis udtømmende. Her lægges kun større arrangementer, som fakultetssekretariatet kender til. Vi trækker dog arrangementer fra institutternes kalendere ind i denne fakultetskalender.

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  • 13. november 2017, kl.

    Summary

    Accumulating evidence indicates that adults with sensory loss (hearing-, vision-, or dual-sensory loss) and their spouses are at risk for psychosocial difficulties such as reduced social participation, isolation, marital conflict, depression, and anxiety. However, despite increasing recognition that sensory loss poses a risk for couples’ relational and psychological well-being, information on how to support couples coping with sensory loss is scarce. The purpose of this thesis was to examine the psychological and relational well-being of couples living with sensory loss and to identify potential protective and risk factors for each partner’s adjustment. Incorporating the findings of four studies—(I) an integrative review, (II) a cross-sectional survey study, (III) a case-controlled survey study, and (IV) an online longitudinal survey study, a number of relational and non-relational factors were found to be of importance. Specifically, couples communication styles, perceived support, sexual intimacy, acceptance of the sensory loss, perceived partner acceptance of the sensory loss, use of assistive devices, and coping styles were associated with couples’ well-being. Overall, the findings of this thesis lend support to the suggestion that sensory loss is a dyadic experience and indicate the need to include both partners in research and rehabilitation services. » Læs mere

  • 13. november 2017, kl. 13:15

    A Postcolonial Inquiry into Danish Politics of Displacement

    Martin Lemberg-Pedersen talks about his project Spaces, Borders, Bodies. A Postcolonial Inquiry into Danish Politics of Displacement that examines continuities and ruptures between current and colonial Danish politics on spaces, borders and bodies. » Læs mere

  • 13. november 2017, kl. 13:15

    A Postcolonial Inquiry into Danish Politics of Displacement

    Martin Lemberg-Pedersen talks about his research that project examines continuities and ruptures between current and colonial Danish politics on spaces, borders and bodies. » Læs mere

  • 13. november 2017, kl. 13:30-15:00

    CRIC research seminar: Human rights as an alternative framework of justice for victims of ‘crimes against humanity’ in riot control: the case of Uganda

    CRIC Post.doc. Sylvie Namwase will present her latest research on why many African countries suffer from an impunity gap in situations of violent riot control leading to killings by state officials, and how the human rights framework can be applied as a more effective alternative to criminal law.  » Læs mere