Sigrun Olafsdottir
Sigrun Olafsdottir
Professor of Sociology, University of Iceland
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Rethinking theoretical approaches to stigma: A framework integrating normative influences on stigma (FINIS)
BA Pescosolido, JK Martin, A Lang, S Olafsdottir
Social science & medicine 67 (3), 431-440, 2008
Public knowledge and assessment of child mental health problems: Findings from the National Stigma Study-Children
BA Pescosolido, PS Jensen, JK Martin, BL Perry, S Olafsdottir, D Fettes
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 47 (3), 339-349, 2008
The construction of fear: Americans' preferences for social distance from children and adolescents with mental health problems
JK Martin, BA Pescosolido, S Olafsdottir, JD McLeod
Journal of health and social behavior 48 (1), 50-67, 2007
Health inequalities in global context
J Beckfield, S Olafsdottir, E Bakhtiari
American Behavioral Scientist 57 (8), 1014-1039, 2013
Fundamental causes of health disparities: stratification, the welfare state, and health in the United States and Iceland
S Olafsdottir
Journal of health and Social Behavior 48 (3), 239-253, 2007
Healthcare systems in comparative perspective: classification, convergence, institutions, inequalities, and five missed turns
J Beckfield, S Olafsdottir, B Sosnaud
Annual review of sociology 39, 127-146, 2013
Gender and validity of self-rated health in nineteen European countries
V Baćak, S Olafsdottir
Scandinavian journal of public health 45 (6), 647-653, 2017
Constructing illness: How the public in eight Western nations respond to a clinical description of “schizophrenia”
S Olafsdottir, BA Pescosolido
Social Science & Medicine 73 (6), 929-938, 2011
Similar pressures, different contexts: Public attitudes toward government intervention for health care in 21 nations
S Kikuzawa, S Olafsdottir, BA Pescosolido
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 49 (4), 385-399, 2008
The welfare state and equality? Stratification realities and aspirations in three welfare regimes
P Sachweh, S Olafsdottir
European Sociological Review 28 (2), 149-168, 2012
The global financial crisis and individual distress: the role of subjective comparisons after the collapse of the Icelandic economy
BH Ragnarsdóttir, JG Bernburg, S Ólafsdóttir
Sociology 47 (4), 755-775, 2013
Drawing the line: The cultural cartography of utilization recommendations for mental health problems
S Olafsdottir, BA Pescosolido
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 50 (2), 228-244, 2009
Cross‐cultural aspects of the stigma of mental illness
BA Pescosolido, S Olafsdottir, JK Martin, JS Long
Understanding the stigma of mental illness: Theory and interventions, 19-35, 2008
Institutions, incorporation, and inequality: the case of minority health inequalities in Europe
E Bakhtiari, S Olafsdottir, J Beckfield
Journal of health and social behavior 59 (2), 248-267, 2018
Health and the social rights of citizenship: Integrating welfare-state theory and medical sociology
S Olafsdottir, J Beckfield
Handbook of the sociology of health, illness, and healing: A Blueprint for …, 2010
Medicalization and mental health: The critique of medical expansion, and a consideration of how markets, national states, and citizens matter
S Olafsdottir
The SAGE handbook of mental health and illness, 239-260, 2010
The Cultural Turn in Sociology: Can It Help Us Resolve an Age‐Old Problem in Understanding Decision Making for Health Care?
BA Pescosolido, S Olafsdottir
Sociological Forum 25 (4), 655-676, 2010
Social construction and health
S Olafsdottir
Medical sociology on the move: New directions in theory, 41-59, 2013
The theory of industrial society and cultural schemata: does the “cultural myth of stigma” underlie the WHO schizophrenia paradox?
BA Pescosolido, JK Martin, JS Long, S Olafsdottir, K Kafadar, TR Medina
American Journal of Sociology 121 (3), 783-825, 2015
Beyond dichotomies: confronting the complexity of how and why individuals come or do not come to mental health care
BA Pescosolido, S Olafsdottir
World Psychiatry 12 (3), 269, 2013
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