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The conditional effect of personal vote-seeking behaviors on MPs electoral performance: Evidence from an open-list PR system
Considerable research argues that voters reward personal vote-seeking behaviors. The expected electoral gain would be the primary driver of MPs' action. Nevertheless, empirical evidence is scarce, and the findings do not ...
Participation of Young People in Legislative Processes : A case study of the General Upper Secondary Schools Act in Finland - a school bullying narrative
Laws have a major influence on the daily lives of young people. However, their role in legislative processes has been less studied. This research focuses on youth participation in the legislative processes and bullying ...
Liberal Democracy and its Current Illiberal Critique : The Emperor’s New Clothes?
This article focuses on the challenge of illiberalism to democracy, even though the nature of this contestation is ambiguous. The illiberal critique of liberal democracy is contextualised using conceptual history and two ...
Contesting music education policies through the concept of reasonable accommodation : Teacher autonomy and equity enactment in Finnish music education
This theoretical article focuses on reasonable accommodation in education by offering conceptual tools that could prove beneficial in resolving policy concerns for equity in music education. Providing reasonable accommodation ...
Underbelly : Making online hate visible
Visual art forms are effective in making previously unseen issues and experiences visible. Here I present an installation called Underbelly and reflect on the phenomena it makes visible, namely hate mail and online misogyny. ...
Escaping a migrant metropolis : Post-Soviet urbanization through the art project Nasreddin in Russia
This article narrates the politics of escape from borders and labour discipline in a post-Soviet migrant metropolis drawing on the art-activism project Nasreddin in Russia. It explores the relation between control and ...
Reconsidering the Electoral Connection of Speeches : The Impact of Electoral Vulnerability on Legislative Speechmaking in a Preferential Voting System
Recent literature highlights the incentives emanating from the electoral system and intraparty politics to explain unequal access to the plenary floor. This article contributes to the literature by investigating the effect ...
‘We’re in Asia’ : Worlding LGBTQI+ activism otherwise in Sydney
Building on recent work in postcolonial urban studies that has developed more genuinely plural approaches to urban theorising, this article poses the problem of ‘worlding’ in relation to urban LGBTQI+ activism in Sydney, ...
When even the prime minister sits on the municipal council. Analysing the value of ‘localness’ and Finnish MPs’ incentives to ‘cumulate’ in an open-list voting system
This article addresses a curiously neglected question, namely why do the vast majority of Finnish MPs—one of the highest levels in the world—hold a seat on the municipal council? The basic presumption is that Finnish ...
The influence of role awareness, empathy induction and trait empathy on dictator game giving
We ask how state empathy, trait empathy, and role awareness influence dictator game giving in a monetarily incentivized experiment. We manipulated two factors: role awareness (role certainty vs. role uncertainty) and state ...