Olov Aronson



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Aronson is a PhD student at the School of Health and Welfare at Jönköping Univsersity. His PhD research focuses on the social integration of adolescents of foreign origin in native friendship networks. Aronson uses both quantitative and qualitative methods, with a focus on the former. Beside his PhD project, Aronson has an interest in innovative applications of discourse analysis.


Aronson's personal page on Research Gate can found at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Olov_Aronson


Aronson, O., Gerdner, A. (2021). Youth centers, structured leisure activities, and friends of native and foreign origin: A two-wave longitudinal study Journal of Leisure Research, 52(3), 265-285.
Aronson, O. (2020). Victimhood in Swedish political discourse Discourse & Society.
Bergnéhr, D., Aronson, O., Enell, S. (2020). Friends through school and family: Refugee girls’ talk about friendship formation Childhood, 27(4), 530-544.
Aronson, O., Bergh, D. (2019). Smoking motivation in the face of stigmatization: A Bourdieusian analysis of impressions Stigma and Health, 4(1), 30-37.


Aronson, O. (2021). Understanding the social integration of adolescents of foreign origin: Longitudinal investigations of inter-origin friendship formation (Doctoral thesis, Jönköping: Jönköping University, School of Health and Welfare).