I recently launched the book You will suffer for the community – how Norwegian Jantelov has led to 800 inhabitants with social anxiety. I take for granted jantelov and Norwegian conformity. A lot of research points in the same direction – Norwegian culture is one of the narrowest in the world, and most Norwegians are afraid to use their freedom of expression, for fear of being socially excluded. In the book, I refer to research, statistics and non-fiction. I also present 12 in-depth interviews with both professionals and people who have themselves been exposed to the Jante Act.
Norwegian culture is one of the narrowest in the world.
Some of these are ethnic Norwegian people who for various reasons are seen as "different". They encounter ejection mechanisms that should “set. . .