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Elisabeth Nilsson Jobs – PhD Dissertation Defence
Recognizing Disability and Ability in Young Autistic Children
The overarching purpose of this thesis was to improve early recognition of both disability and ability in young autistic children. Three studies were conducted in a largely overlapping sample of 3-year-old high-risk-for-ASD siblings, either with or without ASD, and low-risk-for-ASD siblings.
Housing tenure and residential mobility in Stockholm 1990-2014
In this thesis the links between housing tenure, income and selective, segregation generating, residential mobility are explored. The development of these links is analysed against the background of housing regime changes in Stockholm between 1990 and 2014.
Engaging Advaita: Conceptualising liberating knowledge in the face of Western modernity
This dissertation is a study of modern Indian philosophy.
Understanding Intergenerational Mobility: Inequality, Student Aid and Nature-Nurture Interactions
Vilken mening!?: En blandad metodstudie i religionspsykologi av meningsskapandets betydelse för skolungdomar
The purpose of the study was to explore the role of religion in the development of a meaning system among Swedish adolescents by examining the interactions of their: sense of coherence (SOC), identity process (U-MICS), moral development (SRM-SF), and views on existential and religious questions.