What a 'Norwegian mindset' could teach us about coping with COVID-19 restrictions

Many of Norwegians live in remote towns and villages well within the article circle. Image: Unsplash/John O'Nolan

Melissa De Witte

Deputy Director for Social Science Communications, Stanford University


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