The Business of Iraqi Freedom: Some Ethical Implications of Attempting a 'Just War' in a Post-Modern World
Beymer, M. (2004). The Business of Iraqi Freedom: Some Ethical Implications of Attempting a 'Just War' in a Post-Modern World. EJBO - Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies, Vol. 9 (1). Retrieved from http://ejbo.jyu.fi
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Actors, Texts, and Power in the History of Social Work : A paper for conference on "Post-modernism and social work" Ambleside, U.K., April 17-20, 1996 Satka, Mirja (1996)This paper is an introduction to the approach and method that I have developed in a recent study which aim is to trace the conceptual and practical history of Finnish poor relief and social work during the period when ...
Cheerleading as a part of Finnish sports culture : an overview of the development of cheerleading in post-modern Finnish sports culture from 1979 to 2018 Nykänen, Riikka (2018)Cheerleading was born in the United States of America in the late 19th century and arrived in Finland in 1979. First, cheerleading was a sideline activity of other sports, but later it became a sport of its own. Now, ...
Ojala, Kristiina; Vereecken, Carine; Välimaa, Raili; Currie, Candace; Villberg, Jari; Tynjälä, Jorma; Kannas, Lasse (BioMed Central, 2007)Background: Despite the global obesity epidemic, few studies have performed cross-national comparisons of adolescents' attempts to lose weight and weight control practices. This study aims to investigate matters mentioned ...
Temporality & choice for answering is/ought -question : constructive criticism of Saariluoma's attempt to overcome Hume's guillotine Räisänen, Ilmari (2023)Pertti Saariluoma on kolmessa artikkelissaan ottanut osaa tosiasioiden ja arvojen välistä suhdetta koskevaan keskusteluun. Hän kannattaa naturalismia, jonka mukaan eettiset argumentit on oikeutettavissa vain tosiasioihin ...