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Skatescape in the Making: Developing Sustainable Urban Pedagogies through Transdisciplinary Education
The current trend of higher education for sustainable urban development links with parallel developments in urban governance and environmental pedagogy. Many programs and policies identify cities and citizens as key drivers ...
Digging in the ‘Secret Garden of Politics’ : The Institutionalisation and De-institutionalisation of Membership Ballots in the Selection of Finnish Parliamentary Candidates
This article is the first expressly to focus on membership ballots as an instrument in the selection of parliamentary candidates in Finland, a polity in which the nomination process is inclusive and decentralised. A Finnish ...
Do non-choice data reveal economic preferences? Evidence from biometric data and compensation-scheme choice
We investigate the feasibility of inferring economic choices from simple biometric non-choice data. We employ a machine learning approach to assess whether biometric data acquired during sleep, naturally occurring daily ...
Older workers’ evaluations of the political goal to extend working life : Discursive approach to the “attitude problem”
Population ageing presents major challenges to the welfare system across the European Union. Consequently, emphasizing delayed retirement age and extended working lives abound in political discussions. Researchers have ...
‘Whether you like it or not, this is the future!’ : everyday negotiations of the community’s boundary in urban space
How are the boundary and ground of community produced and negotiated in mundane practices of interaction and language use in urban space? The article explores how claims of belonging and legitimate presence are formulated, ...
Afterword : on communities, language, and everyday (academic) citizenship
Translators as mediators of citizenship : rethinking community in relational translation
Translation is often assumed to be successful if it builds understanding beyond linguistic barriers. In contrast, failed translation signals miscommunication. The article challenges this assumption to explore the potentials ...
Revamping the menu – or just offering what’s in stock? Candidate list volatility in open-list PR systems. Evidence from Finland
Why do parties change candidate lists between elections? Although candidate list volatility is an important indicator of the responsiveness of electoral representation, it has received little attention in research. We offer ...
Defence integration in the EU : From vision to business-as-usual
(Red Globe Press / Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, 2021-03-03)