Publications 2014

1 Peer-reviewed scientific articles

Ahlqvist, T. and Moisio, S. 2014. Neoliberalization in a Nordic state: From cartel polity towards a corporate polity in Finland. New Political Economy 19(1), 21-55.

Belcher, O. 2014. Staging the Orient: Counterinsurgency Training Sites and the U.S. Military Imagination.  Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol. 104 (5): 1012-1029.

Bäcklund, P., Kallio, K.P. & Häkli, J. 2014. Residents, customers or citizens? Tracing the idea of youthful participation in the context of administrative reforms in Finnish public administration. Planning Theory and Practice 15:3, 311–327.

Faehnle, M., Bäcklund P., Tyrväinen L., Yli-Pelkonen V. & Niemelä J. 2014. How can residents' experiences inform planning of urban green infrastructure? Case Finland. Landscape and Urban Planning 130, 171–183.

Griffiths, M. 2014. Transcending neoliberalism in international volunteering. Rural Tourism: An International Perspective, Dashper, K. (ed), Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 115-133.

Häkli, J. & Kallio, K.P. 2014. The global as a field: children's rights advocacy as a transnational practice. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 32:2, 293-309.

Häkli, J. & Kallio, K.P. 2014. Subject, action and polis: Theorizing political agency. Progress in Human Geography 38:2, 181–200.

Kajan, E. and J. Saarinen 2014. Transforming Visions and Pathways in Destination Development: Local Perceptions and Adaptation Strategies to Changing Environment in Finnish Lapland, pp. 189-208 In Viken, A. and B. Granås (eds) Destination dynamics. Themes, turns and tactics. Adelshot: Ashgate.

Kallio, K.P. 2014. Rethinking spatial socialization as a dynamic and relational process of political becoming. Global Studies of Childhood 4:3, 210–223.

Kallio, K.P. 2014. Who is the subject of action? Intervention. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 13:3, 428–433.

Karekallas, M., Raento, P. & Renkonen, T. 2014. Diffusion and learning: twenty years of sports betting culture in Finland. UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal 18:1, 25–50.

Korkiamäki, R. 2014. Rethinking loneliness — a qualitative study about adolescents' experiences of being an outsider in peer group. Open Journal of Depression 3:4, 125–135.

Korkiamäki, R. & Kallio, K.P. 2014. Ystävyys tilallisen kiinnittymisen suuntaajana: tilateoreettisia tulkintoja lasten ja nuorten ystävyyksistä. Alue & Ympäristö 43:1, 16–33.

Kuusisto-Arponen, A-K. 2014. Silence, Childhood Displacement and Spatial Belonging. In Kallio, Kirsi Pauliina (ed.). Six Openings to Critical Political Geographies. Intervention in ACME. 13:3, 434-441.

Kuusisto-Arponen, A-K, Laine, M and Rauhala, M 2014. Osallistumisen odotusten kurimus: Narratiivinen analyysi paikallisesta maankäytön  konfliktista. [A maelstrom of expectations: Narrative analysis of participation in local land use conflict]. Yhdyskuntasuunnittelu, 52: 4. http://www.yss.fi/journal/osallistumisen-odotusten-kurimus/

Lee, R., Castree, N., Kitchin, R., Lawson, V., Paasi, A., Philo, C., Radcliffe, S., Roberts S. and Charles WJ W. 2014. Handbook of Human Geography – Methodological Prologue: the vital requirement of reflexivity. In Lee, R., Castree, N., Kitchin, R., Lawson, V., Paasi, A., Philo, C., Radcliffe, S., Roberts S. and Charles WJ W. (editors) Sage Handbook of Progress in Human Geography. Sage, London. pp. ix-x.

Lee, R., Castree, N., Kitchin, R., Lawson, V., Paasi, A., Philo, C., Radcliffe, S., Roberts S. and Charles WJ W. 2014. Introduction: Sage Handbook of Progress in Human Geography. In Lee, R., Castree, N., Kitchin, R., Lawson, V., Paasi, A., Philo, C., Radcliffe, S., Roberts S. and Charles WJ W. (editors) Sage Handbook of Progress in Human Geography. Sage, London. pp. xi-iv.

Lenao M. 2014. Bringing heritage management and tourism in Botswana under the spot light: notes from Lekhubu Island. Botswana Journal of Business 7(1), 30–42.

Lenao M. 2014. Packaging culture and heritage for tourism to improve rural lives at Lekhubu Island in Botswana. In Dashper K. (ed.),Rural tourism: an international perspective. 172–188. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne.

Lenao, M., Mbaiwa, J & J. Saarinen 2014. Community Expectations from Rural Tourism Development at Lekhubu Island, Botswana. Tourism Review International 17(4), 223–236.

Luukkonen, J. 2014. Planning in Europe for ‘EU’rope: Spatial planning as a political technology of territory. Planning Theory. doi: 10.1177/1473095213519355.

Martin, L and Secor, A. 2014. “Towards a Post-mathematical Topology?” Progress in Human Geography, 38(3): 420-438.

Martin, L. 2014. “Accounting for the familial: discourse, practice and political possibility.” ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 13(3):457-462.

Millei Z. & Jones, A. 2014. Australian early childhood education and care policy and the (re)production of 'global imaginary. International Journal of Early Childhood 46:1, 63–79.

Millei, Z. & Cliff, K. 2014. The preschool bathroom: making ‘problem bodies’ and the limit of the disciplinary regime over children. British Journal of Sociology of Education 35:2, 244–262.

Moisio S, Luukkonen J, 2014. "European spatial planning as governmentality: an inquiry into rationalities, techniques, and manifestations" Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy. doi:10.1068/c13158

Paasi, A. 2014. Boundary: the word, concept and practice. Current Anthropology vol. 55 (6), pp. 42-43

Paasi, A. 2014. Beyond the history of ideas: words, concepts and practice. Dialogues in Human Geography 5:3, pp. 327–330.

Paasi, A. 2014. The shifting landscape of border studies and the challenge of relational thinking. In Bufon, M., Minghi, J. and Paasi, A. (eds.). The New European Frontiers: Social and Spatial (Re)integration Issues in Multicultural and Border Regions. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 361-379.

Paasi, A. 2014. Maantiede yliopistojärjestelmän muutoksessa: kokemuksia Oulun yliopistosta. Terra 124 (2), pp. 142-146

Pascucci, E. 2014. Diaspora, Immobility and the Everyday Politics of Waiting: Young Iraqi Refugees in Cairo. In Gorman, A. and Kasbarian, S. (eds.) Contextualizing Community: Diasporas in the Modern Middle East. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Prokkola, E-K. and Ridanpää, J. 2014. Border guarding and the politics of the body. Gender, Place and Culture. DOI:10.1080/0966369X.2014.970136

Prokkola, E-K. 2014. Using Narrativity as Methodological Tool. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 13 (3), 442-449.

Renkonen, T. 2014 Konfliktin koreografiat: Maisema, tarina ja kehollinen geopolitiikka opastetuilla turistikierroksilla Jerusalemissa. Alue & Ympäristö 43:2, 30–45.

Ridanpää, J. 2014. Geographical Studies of Humor. Geography Compass 8(10), 701–709.

Ridanpää, J. 2014. Politics of literary humour and contested narrative identity (of a region with no identity). Cultural Geographies 21(4), 711–726.

Ridanpää, J. 2014. Seriously Serious Political Spaces of Humor. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies. 13(3), 450-456.

Ridanpää, J. 2014. ‘Humour is Serious’ as a Geopolitical Speech Act: IMDb Film Reviews of Sacha Baron Cohen’s The Dictator. Geopolitics 19(1), 140–160.

Saarinen, J. 2014. Critical Sustainability: Setting the Limits to Growth and Responsibility in Tourism. Sustainability 6(11), 1–17.

Saarinen, J. 2014. Tourism Geographies: Connections with Human Geography and Emerging Responsible Geographies. Geographia Polonica 87(2), pp. 243-252.

Saarinen, J. 2014. Nordic Perspectives on Tourism and Climate Change Issues. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism 14(1), 1–5.

Saarinen, J. 2014. Transforming Destinations: A Discoursive Approach to Tourist Destinations and Development, pp. 47-62. In Viken, A. and B. Granås (eds) Destination dynamics. Themes, turns and tactics. Adelshot: Ashgate.

Saarinen, J., N. Moswete and M.J. Monare 2014. Cultural Tourism: New Opportunities for Diversifying the Tourism Industry in Botswana. Bulletin of Geography: Socio–Economic Series, No. 26: 7–18. DOI: 10.2478/bog-2014-0041

Saarinen, J. & M. Lenao 2014. Integrating tourism to rural development and planning in the developing countries. Development Southern Africa 31(3), 363–372.

Saarinen, J. & C.M. Rogerson 2014. Tourism and the Millennium Development Goals: Perspectives Beyond 2015. Tourism Geographies 16(1), 23–30.

Sirviö, H. 2014. Viiksimiesten maailmanpolitiikka. Kosmopolis 44:3–4, 96–111.

Sirviö, H. 2014. Rajanylityksen politiikat romaanissa Noitaympyrä.  Tiede & edistys 39: 4, 321–346.

Skinner, A., Brown E., Griffiths M., Kontzi, K. and Koleth, M. 2014. International volunteering and development – learning to be a global citizen? Voluntaris, 2(2), 117-125.

Torres, A. & J. Saarinen 2014. Using Indicators to Assess Sustainable Tourism Development: A Review. Tourism Geographies 16(1), 31–47.

Vainikka, J. 2014. Reflexive identity narratives and regional legacies. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie. DOI: 10.1111/tesg.12118

Vainikka, J. 2014. ‘A citizen of all the different bits’: Emotional scaling of identity. GeoJournal. 10.1007/s10708-014-9596-0.

Zimmerbauer, K. 2014. Constructing peripheral cross-border regions in planning. Territory-network interplay in the Barents region. Environment and Planning A, 46(11), 2718 – 2734.

2 Non-refereed scientific articles

Bäcklund, P., Kuisma, K. & Rahikainen R. 2014. Se toinen Leena. Teoksessa Harinen, P. & al. (toim.) Mikä olikaan tutkimuksen teoreettinen kysymys? Leena Kosken juhlakirja, 282-296. Joensuu: University Press of Eastern Finland.

Kallio, K.P. (ed) 2014. Critical political geography. Intervention series. Introduction. Conclusions. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 13:3, 424–472.

Kallio, K.P. 2014. Intergenerational recognition as political practice. In Vanderbeck, R. and Worth, N. (eds.) Intergenerational Space, 139–154. London: Routledge.

Korkiamäki R. 2014. Ikätoverisuhteet voimavarana. Teoksessa Mononen K. et al. (toim.) Tavoitteena nuoren urheilijan hyvä päivä – Urheilijan polun valintavaiheen asiantuntijatyö, 57-59. Kilpa- ja huippu-urheilun tutkimuskeskuksen (KIHU) julkaisuja, nro 46. Jyväskylä: Jyväskylän yliopisto.

Korkiamäki, R. 2014. "Jos mä nyt voisin saada ystäviä" - Ulkopuolisuus vertaissuhteissa nuorten kokemana. Teoksessa Muranen, P. et al. (toim.) Nuoruus toisin sanoen - Nuorten elinolot vuosikirja 2014, 38–50. Helsinki: THL, Nuorisotutkimusverkosto, Nuorisoasiain neuvottelukunta.

Korkiamäki R. 2014 Huonokin kaveripiiri voi olla nuorelle hyväksi. Noste 2014:1, 58–59.

Kuusisto-Arponen, A-K. 2014. Poliittinen keho. Kohtaamisia, tunteita ja tietoa. Eirikoisnumeron pääkirjoitus. Alue ja Ympäristö 43:2, 1–3.

Martin L. 2014. Book review: Basaran, Tugba. Security, Law and Borders: At the Limits of Liberties. Abingdon: Routledge, 2011; 145 pp. Progress in Human Geography 38(2): 330-1.

Millei, Z. 2014. The cultural politics of childhood and nation: space, mobility and a global world. Special Issue, Part 1. Global Studies of Childhood 4:3, 137–142.

Moisio, S. 2014. Review on: Agnew, J. & Muscarà, Making political geography: Second edition. Progress in Human Geography 38(1), 172-173.

Paasi, A. 2014. Review on: Partitioned lives. The Irish Borderlands. Cultural Geographies 21 (4), pp. 748-749.

Pascucci, E. 2014. Getting Somalia wrong?  Faith, War and Hope in a Shattered State by M. Harper – Review Essay. Space and Polity 18:1, 112–113.

Prokkola, E-K. 2014. Book review: Darshan Vigneswaran, Territory, Migration, and the Evolution of the International System. Antipode. Available at: http://antipodefoundation.org/book-reviews/

Tazzioli, M. 2014. People not of concern. Radical Philosophy, 184, 2014.

Zimmerbauer, K. 2014. Book review: A multidisciplinary approach to governance in the Barents Region. Barents Studies 1 (1), 120-122

3 Scientific books

Bufon, M., Minghi, J. and Paasi, A. (eds.) 2014. The New European Frontiers: Social and Spatial (Re)-Integration Issues in Multicultural and Borders Regions. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholar Publishing. 375p.

Lee, R., Castree, N., Kitchin, R., Lawson, V., Paasi, A., Philo, C., Radcliffe, S., Roberts, S. and Charles WJ W. (eds.) 2014. The Sage Handbook of Progress in Human Geography, volumes I-II. Sage, London. 804 p.

Tazzioli, M (2014). Spaces of Governmentality. Autonomous Migration and the Arab Uprisings. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.

4 Publications intended for professional communities

Saarinen, J. 2014. African hosts & their guests: Cultural dynamics of tourism (book review). Journal of Sustainable Tourism 22(7), 1128-1130.

5 Theses

Belcher, O. 2014. The afterlives of counterinsurgency: postcolonialism, military social science, and Afghanistan 2006-2012. The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (Geography). University of British Columbia. (PhD thesis).

Lenao M. (2014). Rural tourism development and economic diversification for local communities in Botswana: the case of Lekhubu Island. Nordia Geographical Journal 43(2). Published PhD Thesis, University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland. (PhD thesis).

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