Berit Ås

Berit Ås (* 10. April 1928 in Fredrikstad) ist eine norwegische Politikerin und Professorin der Sozialpsychologie.

Berit Ås legte ihren Forschungsschwerpunkt vor allem auf Frauenkultur, Wirtschaft und die Entwicklung von Herrschaftstechniken, worüber sie 1979 auch das Buch Die fünf Herrschaftstechniken verfasste. Sie ist Ehrendoktor der Universitäten Kopenhagen, Halifax und Uppsala. Sie war Vorsitzende der norwegischen Stiftung Frauenuniversität von 1983 an.

Berit Ås machte sich zudem in der norwegischen Politik einen Namen, so war sie Vorsitzende der Sosialistisk Venstreparti bei deren Gründung 1975. Sie war Mitglied des Storting seit 1973 und ist unter anderem Preisträgerin des Rachel-Carson-Preises.


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