8 Works

Populism and media and communication studies in the Nordic countries

Juha Herkman & Ann-Cathrine Jungar

Reading Bond Films through the Lens of “Religion”

Teemu Taira
“Religion” has been absent from the study of James Bond films. Similarly, James Bond has been absent from studies on religion and popular culture. This article aims to fill the gap by examining 25 Bond films through the lens of “religion”. The analysis suggests that there are a number of references to “religion” in Bond films, although “religion” is typically not a main topic of the films. Furthermore, there is a detectable pattern in the...

Young children’s agency in their digital media use in the sociocultural contexts of homes: a case study from Finland

Kristiina Kumpulainen, Heidi Sairanen & Alexandra Nordström
This socioculturally framed case study investigates the agency of young children aged 2 years old during their digital media use in their homes in Finland. The study has two objectives: (a) to portray children’s use of digital media in homes and (b) to identify how, if at all, children’s agency manifests itself in their digitally mediated activities in the home context. The case study data were collected by means of the “Day in the Life”...

Silicon Valley och makten över medierna

Carl-Gustav Lindén

Development trends and challenges in Nordic political journalism

Sigurd Allern, Mark Blach-Ørsten, Anu Kantola & Ester Pollack

The moving border of tacit and explicit knowledge in e-Learning: Use and production of information and knowledge in technical university education, case study

Anna-Kaarina Kairamo
In this paper, the electronic information and knowledge created within a context of a course is approached by analysing two case study courses. The Finnish context of the university education is first outlined briefly. Approaches to learning resources are reusability and course components. The two case studies are a series of courses of energy engineering and environmental protection, and a programming course. The courses were developed in different department cultural context and circumstances, which are...

Stone-Stacking as a Looming Threat to Rock-Dwelling Biodiversity

Ricardo Rocha, Paulo A. V. Borges, Pedro Cardoso, Mirza Dikari Kusrini, Jose Luis Martin-Esquivel, Dilia Menezes, Mario Mota-Ferreira, Sara F. Nunes, Ines Orfao, Catarina Serra-Goncalves, Manuela Sim-Sim, Pedro Sepulveda, Dinarte Teixeira & Anna Traveset
This letter to the editor describes the surge of “photo-friendly” stacks of stones as an emerging tourism-associated threat to rock-dwelling biodiversity.

Development of a universal short patient satisfaction questionnaire on the basis of SERVQUAL: Psychometric analyses with data of diabetes and stroke patients from six different European countries

Uwe Konerding, Tom Bowen, Sylvia G. Elkhuizen, Raquel Faubel, Paul Forte, Eleftheria Karampli, Tomi Malmström, Elpida Pavi & Paulus Torkki
PloS one, 14(2019), 1-24

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  • University of Helsinki
  • Södertörn University
  • University of West Attica
  • Witten/Herdecke University
  • Universitat Politècnica de València
  • Roskilde University
  • University of Bamberg
  • University of Gothenburg
  • Aalto University
  • University of Valencia