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    Norway Research Paper

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    Norway spans across 148,746 square miles, 1700 miles of which are costline. Most of Norway is uninhabitable due to the many high mountains and long rivers. There is about 5 million people, many who live around Oslo, Norway’s capital. Norway is located on the western coastline of Scandinavia and about 9 miles from Russia. Norway is most known for Skiing but more specifically cross-country skiing. Almost every man, woman, and child can ski. Many have lots of free time and spend their time outside enjoying the outdoors. Football (soccer) is a very popular sport played in Norway but cross-country skiing is still widely loved. Work hours here and in Norway don’t differ much. Most Norwegians work five days a week consisting of an average of seven-and-a-half-hour. However when it comes…

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    Causes Of Death In Norway

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    Prominent diseases of Norway are similar to the United States. In both countries, cardiovascular diseases and cancer are topping the charts for the populations (Chronic disease overview, 2015; World health organization, 2014). These diseases are affecting the population, health care systems and the future. These particular diseases are broken into subcategories with heart disease, stroke and cancer, leading the way for causes of death (Chronic disease overview, 2015; World health organization,…

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    Born on March 20, 1828, in Skien, Norway, was Henrik Ibsen. Ibsen was the oldest out of his five siblings. Ibsen’s father, Knud, was a successful merchant. His Mother, Marichen, painted, played the piano and loved to go the theater. Ibsen gather his interest in becoming an artist, just like his mother. At the age of eight Ibsen and his family moved to rundown farm, because of financial issues that brought his family to poverty. At the age of fifteen, Ibsen dropped out of school and went to work.…

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    Breakfast In Norway Essay

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    1. Meals: what do we eat and when? Breakfast in Norway The most people in Norway, for example me, eats their breakfast early in the morning at weekdays. It depends on when our school or job begins. Most of us eats breakfast very early in the morning, for example between 6-8 in the morning. Most of us in Norway like to eat healthy food for our breakfast with energy that lasts for many hours. For breakfast I for example eat yoghurt, bread with cheese, ham or jam or cereal. Marked in yellow:…

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    The Vikings or the norsemen were a group of people who lived and thrived between 793-1066 CE. They hail from Scandenavian countries like Denmark, Iceland and Norway. Although Vikings were primarily farmers and traders a small percentage of Vikings raided. Due to the Vikings having advances in technology- the longboats- they were able to travel and raid spreading their heritage and leaving behind a legacy that has largely influenced modern Europe. The Vikings had an impact on modern technology,…

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    Through the presentation of Norway in the 1800’s I gained the understanding that men were the bread winners and the dominant in the relationship and vice versa for the women, women were to stay at home, run errands, and give birth. In their society, men didn’t do the women’s roles and women didn’t do the men’s role. Also, marriages stayed within social classes. Nora and Torvald were both middle class that is one reason they are together. Also, the climate of Norway was warm summers and extremely…

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    In this genealogy, I will be considering my husband great great grandmother Vestromhagen, Sigrid (Sarah). She was born in Hedalen, Valdres Sor Aurdal Oppland, Norway; baptized Oct 12, 1845, Hedalen Stave Kirke. She immigrated in 1862 to Iowa County, WI. later married Nils Nilsen Daley who was born in Bratstolhovde Nord Aurdal, Norway. What is interesting is that her great great grandparents were full 3rd cousins. Here, is a little history of where her parents lived which was on a farm named…

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    Halden Prison In Norway

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    Whilst Norway is a particularly wealthy country, the reflection of wealth is implemented in the design and programs offered in Halden Prison in Norway. The Nordic approach to social philosophy accentuates enforcing and reinforcing moral norms, which prevents individuals from committing a crime. As a result, people in Norwegian countries generally would rather follow the moral norms than commit a criminal offense (Hinkkanen & Lappi-Seppala 2011). In the last 30 years, Norway has become one of the…

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    the 1870s made the Swedish State become less tolerant to Sami land rights. During this era, it became more difficult for the Sami to acquire taxed lands, the premium placed on grazing lands was raised astronomically in Lapland and lands allocated for pastoral grazing also shrank in size. Sami in Sweden were also targeted for Christianisation, the christening of Sami as a national project was not aggressively pursued in Sweden as was the case in Norway. Laestadeanism evolved in Sweden in the…

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    How does the story parallel Norway in the late 19th Century? During the book, A Doll’s House there are many cultural and contextual considerations that are taken into account while reading the book. Throughout the story of a Doll’s House, The story of Helmer and Nora is displayed in such a way that many people in today’s society are very aghast about. In the late nineteenth century, many women in Norway (and other countries) did not have equal rights such as men did in the late 1800’s.…

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