Oslo Metropolitan University
School of Sociology, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University
Phone: +47 41 32 03 76; +38 050 303 46 72
Oleksandra Deineko is a guest researcher at the Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research, Oslo Metropolitan University and Associate Professor School of Sociology V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University. Ph.D. in Sociology (2015). Oleksandra is a Head of Youth Sector Sociological Association of Ukraine (SAU); Board Member of SAU. In 2021 she became a laureate (2nd place) of the All-Ukrainian competition among young sociologists organized by the Institute of Sociology (National Science Academy of Ukraine) “The Best Young Sociologist – 2021”. Since 2022 Oleksandra is an expert of National Research Foundation of Ukraine. During 2020-2021 she was a Local Sociology Survey Expert in USAID New Justice Program. Oleksandra is a Member of the editorial board of “Ukrainian Sociological Journal”. Project researcher at Accommodation of Regional Diversity in Ukraine (ARDU) in 2018-2021; project researcher at «Fostering the Urban Food System Transformation through Innovative Living Labs» (FUSILLI). Currently Oleksandra participates in the ongoing project “Ukrainian refugees – experiences from the first phase in Norway”.
Social cohesion, social capital, decentralization, identity, migration, Ukrainian society.
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS ON UKRAINE
- Deineko O.O. Social Cohesion in Decentralized Ukraine: From Old Practices to New Order. Studia Socjologiczne 2021, 1 (240). Р. 117–138.
- Aadne Aasland Olga Filippova, Oleksandra Deineko, Ruslan Zaporozhchenko «Decentralization, social cohesion and ethno-cultural diversity in Ukraine’s border regions» in A. Aasland and S. Kropp (eds.) (2021) The Accommodation of Regional and Ethno-cultural Diversity in Ukraine.
- Harashchuk, V., Georgiievskyi, Ui., Deineko, O. Ukrainian Model of Lustration: Legal Specificities and Social Consequences. Journal of the National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine, Vol. 28, No. 4, 2021. P. 169-180.
- Accommodation of Regional Diversity in Ukraine (ARDU) (2018-2021). The Research Council of Norway.
- Ukrainian refugees – experiences from the first phase in Norway (May – Sept 2022). The Norwegian Directorate of Immigration and The Directorate of Diversity and Immigration.