Research presentation

Stefan Sjöberg

Research presentation

Stefan Sjöberg

Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Associate Professor in Social Work

Research subject: Socialt arbete

Stefan Sjöberg is coordinator of research direction Sustainable societies and communities.

CURRENT RESEARCH

  • Community work in Nordic welfare states in transition
  • Social exclusion and change; resident´s views on problems and opportunities in socially vulnerable neighbourhoods
  • The transformation of the Swedish welfare model in context of a deregulated accumulation regime
  • Social services field work
  • Democratic work life
  • Upcycling incubators for ecosocial sustainable development

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Scholarly articles, refereed

Aslan, P., Ahmadi, N., Wikström, E. & Sjöberg, S. (2020). Agency and adaptation: strategies of immigrants’ descendants on the Swedish labor market. Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies. [In press] [More information]
Aslan, P., Wikström, E., Ahmadi, N. & Sjöberg, S. (2020). 'Kids' in between? Views on work, gender, and family arrangements among men and women of migrant descent in Sweden. Community, Work and Family. 10.1080/13668803.2020.1734537 [More information]
Rambaree, K. & Sjöberg, S. (2019). Companion animals in health-promoting work-life. Society and Animals. 10.1163/15685306-12341504 [More information]
Aslan, P., Sjöberg, S., Wikström, E. & Ahmadi, N. (2019). Door Openers? Public Officials as Supportive Actors in the Labour Market Participation of Descendants of Immigrants in Sweden. Nordic Social Work Research. 10.1080/2156857X.2019.1680418 [More information]
Rambaree, K., Sjöberg, S. & Turunen, P. (2019). Ecosocial change and community resilience: the case of “Bönan” in glocal transition. Journal of Community Practice, 27 (3-4), 231-248. 10.1080/10705422.2019.1658005 [More information]
Aslan, P., Ahmadi, N., Sjöberg, S. & Wikström, E. (2019). What Works? Family Influences on Occupational Aspirations among Descendants of Middle Eastern Immigrants on the Swedish Labour Market. Nordic Journal of Social Research, 9, 134-160. 10.7577/njsr.2235 [More information]
Sjöberg, S., Többe-Schukalla, M., Singh, S. & Martinss, K. (2018). Community work in Germany and Sweden in context of changing welfare models. International Social Work, 61 (4), 553-570. 10.1177/0020872816666622 [More information]
Sjöberg, S., Rambaree, K. & Jojo, B. (2015). Collective empowerment : a comparative study of community work in Mumbai and Stockholm. International Journal of Social Welfare, 24 (4), 364-375. 10.1111/ijsw.12137 [More information]
Sjöberg, S. & Dube, N. (2014). Economic democracy through collective capital formation : the cases of Germany and Sweden and strategies for the future. World Review of Political Economy, 5 (4), 488-515. 10.13169/worlrevipoliecon.5.4.0488 [More information]
Sjöberg, S. (2006). Kollektive Vermögensbildung in Arbeitnehmerhand. Utopie Kreativ (186), 311-322. External link [More information]

Scholarly articles, non-refereed

Sjöberg, S. & Willkomm-Wiemer, K. (2014). Mit Kollektivfonds zur Demokratisierung der Wirtschaft : strategische Ansätze ”von unten” für eine ökonomisch, sozial und ökologisch nachhaltige Entwicklung. Sozialismus, 41 (6), 57-60. [More information]
Sjöberg, S. & Willkomm-Wiemer, K. (2013). Gesellschaftliches Eigentum an Produktionsmitteln durch Kollektivfonds. Sozialismus, 40 (7-8), 48-55. [More information]
Sjöberg, S. (2008). The European welfare models : changes, prospects and strategies. Transform!: European journal for alternative thinking and political dialogue, 3 (2), 25-32. External link [More information]
Sjöberg, S. (2004). Kollektivfonds als eine Strategie für die Wirtschaftsdemokratie : Lehren aus der Geschichte der schwedischen ’Arbeitnehmerfonds’ für die Zukunft. Sozialismus, 31 (5), 27-36. [More information]
Sjöberg, S. (2001). Till rekonstruktionen av den marxistiska teorin. Socialistisk Debatt, 35 (1/2), 54-61. [More information]

Other articles (popular science, debate etc.)

Allelin, M., Kallifatides, M., Sjöberg, S., Skyrman, V. & Suhonen, D. (2018). Femton familjer kontrollerar sjuttio procent av börsvärdet. Dagens nyheter, 14 april. [More information]
Sjöberg, S. (2013). Individ eller kollektiv? : om mobilisering av marginaliserade grupper för social förändring. Social Qrage (3). [More information]

Book reviews

Sjöberg, S. (2001). Organisation = oligarki : Recension av Robert Michels <em>Organisationer och demokrati, en sociologisk studie av de oligarkiska tendenserna i vår tids demokrati</em>, Ratio, Uppsala, 1983 (1911). Stockholm: Socialistisk Debatt. Stockholm: P. 66-69. [More information]
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