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Sammanfattning : This dissertation examines the developmental controls of Swedish children; primarily of four-year-olds. The aim is to show how these controls have constituted children as normal or deviant, and on what epistemological and social bases this ordering has taken place. LÄS MER
2. Monotonic and Semiparametric Regression for the Detection of Trends in Environmental Quality Data
Sammanfattning : Natural fluctuations in the state of the environment can long conceal or distort important trends in the human impact on our ecosystems. Accordingly, there is increasing interest in statistical normalisation techniques that can clarify the anthropogenic effects by removing meteorologically driven fluctuations and other natural variation in time series of environmental quality data. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The whole-body content of radiocaesium was measured in a South-Swedish urban group of people residing in the city of Lund (55.7°N, 13.2°E) between 1960 and 1994. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : In this dissertation, I explore a quite unique legal situation, namely administrative court hearings relating to coercive interventions: the Care of Young Persons Act (LVU), Care of Abusers (Special Provisions) Act (LVM), and the Compulsory Psychiatric Care Act (LPT). There are three central participatory roles in the court hearings: The official party is the authority who files the application for coercive intervention – either a chief psychiatrist or a social welfare board (typically represented by a social worker or sometimes a lawyer assisted by a social worker), whereas the citizen party is the person about whom the application is brought. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Microorganisms are organised in complex communities and are ubiquitous in all ecosystems, including natural environments and inside the human gut. Metagenomics, which is the direct sequencing of DNA from a sample, enables studying the collective genomes of the organisms that are there present. LÄS MER