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    • Eskola, Jari; Nikanto, Ilona; Virtanen, Satu (2018)
      "This compilation introduces 14 articles that use method of empathy-based stories as a methodology and all of which look at changes in the field of education. This compilation discusses many current themes, such as changes ...
    • Helle, Anna; Piippo, Laura; Joensuu, Juri; Keskinen, Mikko (2018)
      This collection of critical essays concentrates on the renowned Finnish collage novel Aperitiff ‒ avoin kaupunki (Aperitiff, Open City) by Kari Aronpuro in its three editions (1965, 1978, 2015). The essays provide a ...
    • Mäenpää, Tiina; Wallin, Anna; Eskola, Jari (2017)
      "Tampere3 project, general knowledge, multicultural education, relocation of upper secondary school in a university campus, educational institution safety, wellbeing at work, successful recruitment process – these topics ...
    • Autti, Outi; Lehtola, Veli-Pekka (2019)
      "This book provides the reader with understanding of the phenomenon of silent resistance, collecting and presenting research on it. Regulating, governing or controlling human activity often generates open resistance, which ...
    • S. Juuti, Petri (2017)
      "From Stinky History to Fragrant Future. Waste water treatment of the metropolitan area - central decisions on the point of view of Espoo is written by Adjunct Professor, PhD Petri S Juuti. The book examines how water and ...
    • Harjula, Minna (2015)
      By analysing access to health services, the book explores the formation of health citizenship in Finland in the twentieth century. The book results in constructing four different historical layers of health citizenship, ...
    • Ropo, Eero; Sormunen, Eero; Heinström, Jannica (2015)
      Developing independence as a learner is necessary for becoming a lifelong learner in an increasingly changing world. However, an individual without a community and socially shared learning processes is not an ideal for ...
    • Syväjärvi, Antti; Pietiläinen, Ville (2016)
      The book called ”Inhimillinen ja tehokas sosiaali- ja terveysjohtaminen”(Humane and effective social- and health management) gathers together vital debate on social and health management and its needs both in current and ...
    • Häkli, Jouni; Schulman, Harry; Bäcklund, Pia (2017)
      "Urban planning and development are a meeting ground for different experiences and interpretations pertaining to the desireable city, and the ways in which citizens should genuinely be able to participate in the process. ...
    • Olavi Antila, Jaakko (2014)
      As the highest internal decision-making body within the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland, the General Synod began, from 1876, congregating in Turku every tenth, and then eventually, every fifth year. By the 1960s, ...
    • Kivi, Aleksis (2017)
      "When Aleksis Kivi’s (1834–1872) Finnish tragedy Karkurit (‘The Escapees’) was originally published in 1867 it was considered better than his two former plays, the Kalevalaic tragedy Kullervo (1864) and the comedy Nummisuutarit ...
    • Vilén, Timo; Vahtikari, Tanja; Kaarninen, Mervi (2016)
      City as a Stage explores the diverse ways in which modern cities of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries presented and projected themselves, especially by staging major urban events, which have often been interpreted as ...
    • Korhonen, Vesa; Kulju, Pirjo; Annala, Johanna (2017)
      This compilation approaches educational and educational communities on an exploratory and developing occasion. In times of individuality, efficiency and competitiveness, countermeasures are needed to build community-building ...
    • Kananoja, Kalle; Hokkanen, Markku (2017)
      "Health and healing have been central concerns throughout human history. Individuals and societies have devised multiple ways to health. Healing practices have often been linked to questions of knowledge, power, politics, ...
    • Eronen, Eija (2017)
      "Encounters, breaks and bonds: a study of the mother work in the Supermammat peer group This study explores a peer group for mothers, which is presented by the pseudonym Supermammat. The group is a third sector agent, which ...
    • Hellman, Heikki (2012)
      “Channel Three will entertain you when television gets too serious”, the new entrant in Finland’s broadcast television announced proudly at its launch in 1986. Channel Three was the first fully commercial television channel ...
    • K. Heikkilä, Mikko (2016)
      The present multidisciplinary study deals with the legendary bishop Saint Henry of Finland ‒ both the historical person and his medieval ecclesiastical cult, as well as the vernacular folk tradition including The Death-lay ...
    • Järvinen, Irma-Riitta; M. S. Lehtonen, Tuomas; Leskelä, Ilkka; Timonen, Senni; Kallio, Kati (2017)
      "Songs and writings: oral and literary cultures in early-modern Finland renews the understanding of exchange between the learned culture of clergymen and the culture of commoners, or “folk”. What happened when the Reformation ...
    • Ahola, Joonas; Castrén, M.A (2016)
      "Matthias Alexander Castrén’s (1813–1852) Luentoja suomalaisesta mytologiasta (’Lectures on Finnish Mythology’, originally Swedish ’Föreläsningar i finsk mytologi’) is a key work in the research history of Finnish mythology. ...
    • Enroos, Rosi; Ranta-Tyrkkö, Satu; Mäntysaari, Mikko (2017)
      "Meaningful Research. Perspectives on the Missions of Social Work is a collection of articles discussing the meanings, missions and meaningfulness of social work research. The open access book celebrates the anniversary ...