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Gendering the European Parliament : Introducing Structures, Policies, and Practices
(Rowman & Littlefield, 2019)
The Right-Wing Opposition to “Gender” in the Light of the Ambiguity of the Meaning of the Term in EU Documents
Recent years have seen a rise in prominence – at both national and European levels – of anti-gender movements and parties. While actors using this rhetoric can be found across most EU member states, anti-gender rhetoric ...
Sport Policy in Finland
The aim of this paper is to provide a description and create an understanding of public sport policy, the key actors within the sports system, and the political sphere in Finnish sport. The development of sport policy in ...
Holistically sustainable continence care : A working definition, the case of single-used absorbent hygiene products (AHPs) and the need for ecosystems thinking
Incontinence is a common health issue that affects hundreds of millions of people across the world. The solution is often to manage the condition with different kinds of single-use continence technologies, such as incontinence ...
The thickening modern: developing a research agenda beyond intensifying rationalism
(Edward Elgar, 2021)
We engage in a transdisciplinary trial attempting to understand a societal paradigm slide we call the thickening modern. It is a reaction to the modern way of thinking that attempts to cope with the challenges presented ...
Cities in the EU recovery process : Localizing the Next Generation EU
(Barcelona Center for International Affairs (CIDOB), 2022-12)
Feminist Political Economy and its Explanatory Promise
Defence integration in the EU : From vision to business-as-usual
(Red Globe Press / Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, 2021-03-03)
The OECD and the Field of Knowledge Brokers in Danish, Finnish, and Icelandic Education Policy
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2022)