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In search for the conceptual origin of university students' community in a confluence of on- and offline learning environments ethnographies in technology-rich, multi-sited fields of study Pöysä, Johanna (University of Jyväskylä, 2007)Contemporary society requires its citizens to develop capacities to resituate their activities in collective unities and to successfully communicate their actions within these multiple local and global communities. Also ...
Constructing the secular imagined community : a critical intercultural analysis of discourses of laïcité from Le Monde Sommier, Mélodine (University of Jyväskylä, 2016)The concept of secularism encompasses numerous aspects beyond the regulation of relations between the State and Churches. Using a critical intercultural communication framework, this research project explores the ...
Heteroglossic and multimodal resources in use : participation across spaces of identification in a Christian lifestyle sports community Peuronen, Saija (University of Jyväskylä, 2017)This dissertation examines how members of one particular youth community, Christian lifestyle sports enthusiasts in Finland, use language and other semiotic resources to construct participation in their community of ...
Nostalgia, community and resistance : Counter-cultural politics in a Finnish skinzine Kotonen, Tommi (Intellect, 2019)Culture and community building are an essential part of the appeal of the far-right and fascist movements. Studying their cultural products is therefore important for a deeper understanding of the movement and their modus ...
International artists-in-residence 1990-2010 : mobility, technology and identity in everyday art practices Vargas de Freitas Matias, Rita (University of Jyväskylä, 2016)Considering the exponential growth of artistic residencies between 1990 and 2010 at an international level, artists working in associated mobility programmes have been challenged by unsettled transnational working practices ...