Elin Martine Doeland

Research Assistant

Elin Martine Doeland
Elin Martine Doeland left PRIO in 2017. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons.

Research Interests

  • The Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda
  • Mental health aspects of GBV in conflict and intervention methods
  • Humanitarian aspects of conflict
  • Migration issues
  • Identity in a globalising world
  • Psychological approaches to peace and conflict studies
  • Interdisciplinarity

Events

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Publications

​Doeland, E. M. (2012). The influence of terrorist threats on Israeli children and adolescents. Social Cosmos 3(1), 61-67.

Recent Publications

Erdal, Marta Bivand; Elin Martine Doeland & Ebba Tellander (2018) How citizenship matters (or not): the citizenship–belonging nexus explored among residents in Oslo, Norway, Citizenship Studies. DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2018.1508415.

All Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Erdal, Marta Bivand; Elin Martine Doeland & Ebba Tellander (2018) How citizenship matters (or not): the citizenship–belonging nexus explored among residents in Oslo, Norway, Citizenship Studies. DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2018.1508415.
Doeland, Elin Martine & Inger Skjelsbæk (2017) Narratives of Support and Resistance: A Political Psychological Analysis of the Implementation of UNSCR 1325 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Political Psychology. DOI: 10.1111/pops.12466.

PRIO Policy Brief

Horst, Cindy & Elin Martine Doeland (2016) Introducing a Women’s Empowerment Agenda from Abroad? Gender and Stability in Somalia, PRIO Policy Brief, 13. Oslo: PRIO.

Blog Posts

It’s Time to Open our Eyes to Women’s Involvement in Peace Processes

Posted by Elin Martine Doeland on Monday, 13 June 2016

Women are central contributors to peace processes. But the crucial roles that women play in transitions from war to peace are rarely acknowledged. The focus on the negotiating table and formal politics – the diplomatic aspects of conflict resolution – is a too narrow understanding of peace processes. Recent case ... Read more »