Jyväskylä University Digital Repository
JYX contains digital materials of University of Jyväskylä from master's and licentiate theses to dissertations and from digitized journals to originally electronic materials. The majority of the collection is openly available. There may, however, be also some restricted items as well.
JYX exhibitions collect and display parts of JYX materials. Exhibitions allow thematic exhibitions without limitations of digital archive software.
|Pedaforum 2016||Conference presentations|
|Ecological Awareness in Chinese Contemporary Art||Interviews (dataset)|
|vanhakartta.fi||Historical maps of Finland|
(Wiley, 2021)Scientists have warned decision-makers about the severe consequences of the global environmental crisis since the 1970s. Yet ecological degradation continues and little has been done to address climate change. We investigated ...
Understanding the inward emotion-focused coping strategies of individual users in response to mobile malware threats (Taylor & Francis, 2021)According to coping theory, individuals cope with information system threats by adopting either problem-focused coping (PFC) or emotion-focused coping (EFC). However, little is known about EFC in the information security ...
(Emerald, 2021)Purpose This study examines the relationship between business strategy, management control system (MCS) type and performance. Does the alignment of organisation business strategy and MCS fresult in better performance? ...
(2021)In this thesis we study inverse problems in integral geometry and non-local partial differential equations. We will study these rather different areas of mathematical inverse problems by using the theory of non-local ...
Do teachers’ professional vision and teaching experience always go hand in hand? Examining knowledge-based reasoning of Finnish Grade 1 teachers (Elsevier BV, 2021)This mixed-method study explored 54 Finnish Grade 1 teachers' professional vision and teaching experience. Teachers' retrospective think-aloud interviews, conducted while watching their eye-tracking recordings of classroom ...