• Aktiv på egne premisser : en diskursanalyse av faglige retningslinjer 

      Rugseth, Gro; Engelsrud, Gunn Helene (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Hensikt: Undersøke språkbruk og meningsproduksjon om barn med overvekt i Helsedirektoratets faglige retningslinjer for primærhelsetjenesten. Design: Diskursanalyse. Materiale: Teksten om nasjonale faglige retningslinjer ...
    • Den Ene og den Andre. Betraktninger om forskningsbaserte stillbilder av kjønnsforskjeller og andre forskjeller i skolen 

      Nordtug, Birgit; Thaulow, Benedikte; Engelsrud, Gunn Helene (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      I artikkelen setter forfatterne et kritisk søkelys på forskning og politikk der gutter og jenter blir forstått på gruppenivå. Særlig kommer gruppetenkning fram i evidensbasert forskning om kjønnsforskjeller i skolen. Ved ...
    • The Messiness of Children’s Voices: An Affect Theory Perspective 

      Ingulfsvann, Laura Elina Suominen; Moe, Vegard Fusche; Engelsrud, Gunn Helene (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      The aim of the article is to explore children’s experiences and expressions of movement and physical education (PE). In particular, how children’s movement take form and vary in a school context. The study design is ...
    • Movement as relations—preverbal, conscious, and affected? 

      Engelsrud, Gunn Helene (Chapter, 2021)
      The relationship between physical activity and health has received widespread attention, but despite its documented health effects, physical activity is reduced among the general population, including among children. During ...
    • Språkbruk om kroppsøving: Et kritisk blikk på ny læreplan i Fagfornyelsen (LK20) 

      Borgen, Jorunn Spord; Engelsrud, Gunn Helene (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      I artikkelen analyserer forfatterne læreplan for kroppsøving som faglig og fagpolitisk tekst i læreplanreformen Fagfornyelsen i skolefagene (LK20). Forfatterne sammenligner to tekster, Utdanningsdirektoratets høringsutkast ...
    • “Super stoked girls” - a discourse analysis of girls’ participation in freeride skiing 

      Grøndahl, Lotte Malterud; Engelsrud, Gunn Helene; Vereide, Vegard Albert (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      This article is based on a selection of Norwegian girls’ accounts of backcountry, freeride skiing and mountain biking to better understand how they form and are formed by cultural identity standards. The study is conducted ...
    • Teaching creative dance in school – a case study from physical education in Norway 

      Ørbæk, Trine; Engelsrud, Gunn Helene (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      In this qualitative case study, the authors examine teacher students’ experiences from teaching creative dance in their practicum in physical education (PE) in Norwegian schools. From a phenomenological perspective, and ...
    • Tensions and tractions of moving together and alone in physical education 

      Ingulfsvann, Laura Elina Suominen; Engelsrud, Gunn Helene; Moe, Vegard Fusche (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      A wide variety of activities, instructional teaching styles and physical activity for health characterise PE practices today. However, for children, PE is about more than performing activities or being physically active ...
    • Theorizing bodily dialogs-reflection on knowledge production in phenomenlogical research 

      Engelsrud, Gunn Helene; Rosberg, Susanne, Univ i Gøteborg (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Background:Every aspect of research engages the body in some way.Purpose:In this article the researchers discuss the epistemological challenges of engaging with lived experiences and the opportunities and challenges that ...
    • Unpacking the joy of movement – ‘it’s almost never the same’ 

      Ingulfsvann, Laura Elina Suominen; Moe, Vegard Fusche; Engelsrud, Gunn Helene (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Researchers, politicians, physical educators, and children – all advocate the significance of joy of movement. Children desire movement because they find it joyful and meaningful, while politicians and physical educators ...