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“It’s Like Shouting to a Brick Wall” : Normative Whiteness and Racism in the European Parliament
There is a notable gap in the academic literature on racism within European Union institutions. This article scrutinizes racism and normative whiteness in one of these institutions—namely, the European Parliament. The ...
Feminist Governance in the European Parliament: The Political Struggle over the Inclusion of Gender in the EU’s COVID-19 Response
The research objective of this article is to analyze the European Parliament’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic from the perspective of feminist governance. Feminist governance can either play a role in ensuring the ...
The Discursive Side of Sociological Institutionalism in the Study of Religion
This article introduces sociological institutionalism and proposes a discursive addition for enhancing its utility for the study of religion. The article reviews neoinstitutionalist social theorizing and underlines its ...
Eternal Friends or Jubilant Brexiteers? The Impact of Brexit on UK MEPs' Parliamentary Work in the European Parliament
Abstract The aim of this article is to analyse the impact of Brexit on UK MEPs' parliamentary work in the European Parliament. The UK MEPs enjoyed full rights of MEPs, yet Brexit made their terms short and fixed. Furthermore, ...
Displaying Inner Experience Through Language and Body in Community Theater Rehearsals
Using multimodal conversation analysis, we investigate how novices learning the “inner body” acting technique in the context of a community theater project share their experiences of the bodily exercises through verbal and ...
Consensus under strain : policy ideas and decline of Finnish public innovation funding in the 2010s
Over the last three decades, the literature on innovation policy and ideas has expanded. Yet the ideas deployed by governments and elected politicians in day-to-day budgetary discourses have mostly escaped research attention. ...
Inclusion as ownership in participatory budgeting : facilitators’ interpretations of public engagement of children and youth
This article draws from two cases of participatory budgeting (PB) in Poland and Finland to explore PB as an inclusive practice of involving children and youth in local governance. Scrutinizing interpretations of facilitators ...