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  • Henning-Lindblom, Anna Birgitta (Svenska social- och kommunalhögskolan vid Helsingfors universitet, 2015)
    SSKH Notat - SSKH reports and discussion papers
  • Myllykoski, Matti (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2013)
    Novum Testamentum et Orbis Antiquus
    Valistuksen aikana alkaneessa Jeesus-tutkimuksessa Jeesusta pidettiin juutalaiseen lakiin sitoutuneena oman kansansa messiaana. Tübingenin koulussa tämän tulkinnan rinnalle nousi ajatus Mooseksen laista irroittautuvasta Jeesuksesta.
  • Komulainen, Emilia; Zdrojewska, Justyna; Freemantle, Erika; Mohammad, Hasan; Kulesskaya, Natalia; Deshpande, Prasannakumar; Marchisella, Francesca; Mysore, Raghavendra; Hollos, Patrik; Michelsen, Kimmo A.; Magard, Mats; Rauvala, Heikki; James, Peter; Coffey, Eleanor T. (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2014)
  • Heikkila, Katriina; Madsen, Ida E. H.; Nyberg, Solja T.; Fransson, Eleonor I.; Ahola, Kirsi; Alfredsson, Lars; Bjorner, Jakob B.; Borritz, Marianne; Burr, Hermann; Dragano, Nico; Ferrie, Jane E.; Knutsson, Anders; Koskenvuo, Markku; Koskinen, Aki; Nielsen, Martin L.; Nordin, Maria; Pejtersen, Jan H.; Pentti, Jaana; Rugulies, Reiner; Oksanen, Tuula; Shipley, Martin J.; Suominen, Sakari B.; Theorell, Tores; Vaananen, Ari; Vahtera, Jussi; Virtanen, Marianna; Westerlund, Hugo; Westerholm, Peter J. M.; Batty, G. David; Singh-Manoux, Archana; Kivimaki, Mika; IPD-Work Consortium (PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE, 2014)
  • Luoto, Miika; Backman, Jussi (Eurooppalaisen filosofian seura, 2006)
    23°45: niin & näin -lehden kirjasarja
  • Kauppinen, Kaisa; Silfver-Kuhalampi, Mia (Helsingin yliopisto, Sosiaalitieteiden laitos, 2015)
    Sosiaalitieteen laitoksen julkaisuja
  • Helsingin yliopisto, Opettajankoulutuslaitos; Koskennurmi-Sivonen, Ritva; (Tekstiilikulttuuriseura, 2012)
    Tekstiilikulttuuriseuran julkaisuja
  • Loponen, Tiina; Lallukka, Tea; Holstila, Ansku; Lahti, Jouni (BioMed Central, 2015)
    Abstract Background Physical activity level and overweight have shown associations with mental health problems but it is not known whether the risk of mental health problems due to overweight varies by physical activity. We examined joint association of physical activity and overweight with subsequent psychotropic medication among 40–60-year-old employees. Methods The questionnaire survey data were derived from Helsinki Health Study baseline postal questionnaires in 2000–02 among employees of the City of Helsinki aged 40–60 years (n = 8960, response rate 67 %). Baseline survey data were linked with prospective register data on prescribed psychotropic medication (ATC-codes N05 and N06, except N06D) among those with written consent (74 %) for such linkage. The analyses included 6169 responders (78 % women, corresponding to the target population). We divided participants into six groups according to their baseline self-reported body mass index and leisure-time physical activity using physically highly active normal-weight participants as a reference group. We used Cox regression analysis adjusted for age, gender, psychotropic medication prior to baseline, and socioeconomic position, marital status, working conditions, limiting long-standing illness, alcohol use, and smoking. Results At baseline, 49 % were overweight and 23 % were physically inactive. After adjusting for age and gender, inactive normal-weight (hazard ratio (HR) 1.3, 95 % CI 1.1–1.5), moderately active overweight (HR 1.3, 95 % CI 1.1–1.5) and inactive overweight (HR 1.4, 95 % CI 1.2–1.6) had higher risk for any psychotropic medication compared with group of highly active normal-weight. After adjusting for prior medication, only the inactive overweight group had higher risk (HR 1.4, 95 % CI 1.2–1.6). Other covariates made but a minor contribution to the examined associations. For antidepressants the associations were somewhat stronger than for sedatives. Conclusions Both normal-weight and physical activity help prevent psychotropic medication but physical activity dominates the association over normal-weight.
  • Loponen, Tiina; Lallukka, Tea; Holstila, Ansku; Lahti, Jouni (BioMed Central, 2015)
    Abstract Background Physical activity level and overweight have shown associations with mental health problems but it is not known whether the risk of mental health problems due to overweight varies by physical activity. We examined joint association of physical activity and overweight with subsequent psychotropic medication among 40–60-year-old employees. Methods The questionnaire survey data were derived from Helsinki Health Study baseline postal questionnaires in 2000–02 among employees of the City of Helsinki aged 40–60 years (n = 8960, response rate 67 %). Baseline survey data were linked with prospective register data on prescribed psychotropic medication (ATC-codes N05 and N06, except N06D) among those with written consent (74 %) for such linkage. The analyses included 6169 responders (78 % women, corresponding to the target population). We divided participants into six groups according to their baseline self-reported body mass index and leisure-time physical activity using physically highly active normal-weight participants as a reference group. We used Cox regression analysis adjusted for age, gender, psychotropic medication prior to baseline, and socioeconomic position, marital status, working conditions, limiting long-standing illness, alcohol use, and smoking. Results At baseline, 49 % were overweight and 23 % were physically inactive. After adjusting for age and gender, inactive normal-weight (hazard ratio (HR) 1.3, 95 % CI 1.1–1.5), moderately active overweight (HR 1.3, 95 % CI 1.1–1.5) and inactive overweight (HR 1.4, 95 % CI 1.2–1.6) had higher risk for any psychotropic medication compared with group of highly active normal-weight. After adjusting for prior medication, only the inactive overweight group had higher risk (HR 1.4, 95 % CI 1.2–1.6). Other covariates made but a minor contribution to the examined associations. For antidepressants the associations were somewhat stronger than for sedatives. Conclusions Both normal-weight and physical activity help prevent psychotropic medication but physical activity dominates the association over normal-weight.
  • Kulmala, Meri (Kansainvälinen solidaarisuussäätiö, 2013)
  • Huttunen, Niko (Yhtyneet kuvalehdet, 2015)
  • Pihkala, Panu Petteri (Teologinen julkaisuseura, 2007)
    There has been a revival of interest worldwide in the thinking of the American professor of theology Joseph Sittler (1904–1988). Sittler dealt with ecological matters theologically as early as in the 1950s, but more important than his pioneer status is the quality of his work. Sittler is best known for his keynote adress at the WCC assembly in New Delhi (1961), where he opposed the separation of nature and grace in Western theology, but his entire output is now being re-read and republished. He is also well-known for his interest in literature and verbal eloquence.
  • Enroth, Johannes (Puutarhaliitto, 2012)
  • Sorsa, Ville-Pekka (Eläketurvakeskus, 2014)
  • Törrönen, Maritta (Työterveyslaitos, 2005)
  • Ojanen, Mikko (Suomen musiikkitieteellinen seura, 2014)
  • Ojanen, Mikko (Suomen etnomusikologinen seura, 2012)
  • Luhtakallio, Eeva; Ylä-Anttila, Tuomas (The Westermarck Society ry, 2011)
    Artikkelissa esitellään uusi julkisen keskustelun tutkimiseen kehitetty analyysimenetelmä, julkisen oikeuttamisen analyysi (JOA). JOA perustuu Luc Boltanskin ja Laurent Thévenot'n oikeuttamisteorian seitsemän "maailman" – inspiraation, kodin, maineen, kansalaisuuden, markkinoiden, teollisuuden ja ekologian – muodostamalle analyysikehikolle. Se tutkii keskusteluissa esiintyvien vaateiden moraalisia oikeutuksia, niiden yhdistelmiä ja tapoja kiistää ja tuomita kiistakumppaneiden oikeutuksia. JOA:n avulla voidaan kvalitatiiviseen tekstianalyysiin yhdistää myös kvantitatiivista luokittelua, jolloin menetelmä soveltuu suurtenkin aineistojen analyysiin. JOA:n käyttöä havainnollistetaan artikkelissa kahden tutkimusesimerkin avulla. Ensimmäinen esimerkki käsittelee Helsingin Sanomissa globalisaatiosta vuosina 1999–2005 käydyn keskustelun osapuolten, erityisesti kansalaisyhteiskunnan sekä taloudellisen ja poliittisen eliitin, argumentteja ja niille annettuja oikeutuksia. Tämän esimerkin kautta kuvataan erilaisten oikeuttamisyhdistelmien ilmaisuvoimaa yhteiskunnallisten kiistakysymysten moraalisten ulottuvuuksien analysoimisessa. Toinen esimerkki keskittyy paikallisiin kiistoihin Suomessa ja Ranskassa tarkastelemalla kansalaisten ja kaupungin edustajien esittämiä oikeutuksia paikallislehdistössä. Tämä esimerkki osoittaa JOA:n vahvuudet vertailevan tutkimuksen työkaluna.
  • Salokannel, Marjut (Etla, 2012)
    Keskustelunaiheita/Elinkeinoelämän tutkimuslaitos