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  • Peltonen, Matti (Stakes, 2006)
    Yhteiskuntapolitiikka 71:2, 2006
    Tiedon arkeologia (L’archéologie du savoir, 1969) tunnetaan Michel Foucault’n ”metodikirjana”, jossa hän esitteli diskurssianalyysinsä periaatteita. Kuivakkaan oloinen työ on hänen vaikein teoksensa. Se kuului Foucault’n 1960-luvun jälkipuoliskon kahden ”poikkeuskirjan” sarjaan. Myöhemmin 1970- luvulla hän totesi usein kokeilleensa näissä teoksissa tilapäisesti yksinkertaisempaa lähestymistapaa. Hän keskittyi tarkastelussaan vain diskursiiviseen ja sivuutti lähes kokonaan ei-diskursiivisen. Siksi Tiedon arkeologia kädessä ei pysty lukemaan esimerkiksi seuraavaa tutkimusta Tarkkailla ja rangaista (1975), mutta teos avaa lähes klassikon aseman jo saaneen tutkijan yleistä tutkimusfi losofi aa pitkälti diskurssianalyysin yli.
  • Ilmakunnas, Johanna; Hakanen, Marko; Lahtinen, Anu; Snellman, Alex (Suomen historiallinen seura ja Historian ystäväin liitto, 2013)
  • Voigt, H.-R. (Skärgårdsinstitutet vid Åbo Akademi, 2001)
  • Roine, Ulrika; Roine, Timo; Salmi, Juha; Nieminen-von Wendt, Taina; Tani, Pekka; Leppämäki, Sami; Rintahaka, Pertti; Caeyenberghs, Karen; Leemans, Alexander; Sams, Mikko (BioMed Central, 2015)
    Abstract Background Recent brain imaging findings suggest that there are widely distributed abnormalities affecting the brain connectivity in individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Using graph theoretical analysis, it is possible to investigate both global and local properties of brain’s wiring diagram, i.e., the connectome. Methods We acquired diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging data from 14 adult males with high-functioning ASD and 19 age-, gender-, and IQ-matched controls. As with diffusion tensor imaging-based tractography, it is not possible to detect complex (e.g., crossing) fiber configurations, present in 60–90 % of white matter voxels; we performed constrained spherical deconvolution-based whole brain tractography. Unweighted and weighted structural brain networks were then reconstructed from these tractography data and analyzed with graph theoretical measures. Results In subjects with ASD, global efficiency was significantly decreased both in the unweighted and the weighted networks, normalized characteristic path length was significantly increased in the unweighted networks, and strength was significantly decreased in the weighted networks. In the local analyses, betweenness centrality of the right caudate was significantly increased in the weighted networks, and the strength of the right superior temporal pole was significantly decreased in the unweighted networks in subjects with ASD. Conclusions Our findings provide new insights into understanding ASD by showing that the integration of structural brain networks is decreased and that there are abnormalities in the connectivity of the right caudate and right superior temporal pole in subjects with ASD.
  • Peräkylä, Anssi (SAGE, 2008)
  • O Connor, James (Helsingin Sanomat, 2009)
  • Carine, Mark; Christenhusz, Maarten (Magnolia Press, 2010)
  • Räsänen, Pajari (Tutkijaliitto, 2010)
    Irony implies the individual’s incommensurabi­lity with reality,” writes Kierkegaard, while some twenty-odd pages earlier he has stated that the love of God ”is incommensurable with the whole of reality.” To point out such a parallel between incommensurabilities is, I hope, not just an ”infernal or diabolical” way of reading Fear and Trembling, since the irony of Abraham is indeed bound with a double bind: the world and its ethical demands on the one hand, and on the other, God’s love demanding a leap of faith, a leap beyond ethics. Literature has its origin in this breath-taking situation, an experience of infinite responsibility manifested in a form of irresponsibility.
  • Jokiranta, Jutta; Wassen, Cecilia (2009)
  • Helsingin yliopisto, Maataloustieteiden laitos; Helsingin yliopisto, Maataloustieteiden laitos; Santala, Johanna; Valkonen, Jari; (Department of Agricultural Sciences, Plant Pathology, University of Helsinki, 2011)
  • Laht, Mailis; Karkman, Antti; Voolaid, Veiko; Ritz, Christian; Tenson, Tanel; Virta, Marko; Kisand, Veljo (PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE, 2014)
  • Aarrevaara, Timo (Cambridge University Press, 2010)
    Vol. 18, Supplement no. 1,
    This article considers the academic profession and academic freedom in light of the results of the Changing Academic Profession (CAP) survey in Finland and four other European countries. Academic freedom is examined as a phenomenon that provides a setting for goal determination by members of the academic profession. It has a bearing on both institutional autonomy and individual academic freedom, i.e. the freedom of research and teaching. Academic freedom can be examined on the basis of material from the CAP survey through the questions about the freedom of teaching, the definition of work, working as a member of a community, the power of influence, funding, and the evaluation of quality. The concept of academic freedom varies slightly between countries, in part because of the growth of higher education systems and because of the increasing demand for ‘relevance’ being imposed on universities.
  • Smirnova, Inna; Münch, Jürgen; Stupperich, Michael (2014)
    Communications in Computer and Information Science
    There is an increasing need and interest for organizations to collaborate with internal and external partners on a global scale for creating software-based products and services. Potential risks and different strategies need to be addressed when setting up such collaborations. Aspects such as cultural and social features, coordination, infrastructure, organizational change processes, or communication issues need to be con- sidered. Although there are already experiences available with respect to setting up global collaborations, they mainly focus on specific areas. It is dicult for companies to quickly assess if they have considered all rele- vant aspects. An overall aid that guides companies in systematically setting up global collaborations is widely missing. In this paper we present a study based on the snowballing method as a systematic approach to literature review. Based on this literature review and inputs from indus- try we investigated what aspects and practices need to be considered when establishing global software development collaborations and how to prioritize them. Based on that we created activity roadmaps that aggregate existing experiences. Reported experiences were structured into nine main aspects each containing extracted successful practices for set- ting up global software development collaborations. As a result we came up with an initial version of a canvas that is proposed as guidance for companies for setting up global collaborations in the software development domain.
  • Garant, Mikel (2009)
    This paper presents a linear study of assessment practices in the English section of the University of Helsinki, Department of Translation Studies. A qualitative methodology involving interviews and open-ended questionnaires was used to gather data in 1997, 2001 and 2008. Results suggest that a paradigm shift in Translation Studies has occurred during this period as exemplified by the generally accepted grading methods. Points-based error focused grading which was the norm has been replaced across the board by holistic grading methods. Further, the current translation instructors tend to see points-based grading systems as suspect while holistic grading tends to be seen to be more related to training future translators for real world tasks.
  • Lodenius, M.; Seppänen, A.; Herranen, M. (D. Reidel Publishing Co., 1983)
  • Razzauti Sanfeliu, Maria; Plyusnina, Angelina; Henttonen, Heikki; Pljusnin, Aleksandr (Cambridge University Press, 2008)
    "The genetic diversity of Puumala hantavirus (PUUV) was studied in a local population of its natural host, the bank vole (Myodes glareolus). The trapping area (2.5x2.5 km) at Konnevesi, Central Finland, included 14 trapping sites, at least 500 m apart; altogether, 147 voles were captured during May and October 2005. Partial sequences of the S, M and L viral genome segments were recovered from 40 animals. Seven, 12 and 17 variants were detected for the S, M and L sequences, respectively; these represent new wild-type PUUV strains that belong to the Finnish genetic lineage. The genetic diversity of PUUV strains from Konnevesi was 0.2-4.9% for the S segment, 0.2-4.8% for the M segment and 0.2-9.7% for the L segment. Most nucleotide substitutions were synonymous and most deduced amino acid substitutions were conservative, probably due to strong stabilizing selection operating at the protein level. Based on both sequence markers and phylogenetic clustering, the S, M and L sequences could be assigned to two groups, 'A' and 'B'. Notably, not all bank voles carried S, M and L sequences belonging to the same group, i.e. SAMALA or SBMBLB.. A substantial proportion (8/40, 20%) of the newly characterized PUUV strains possessed reassortant genomes such as SBMALA, SAMBLB or SBMALB. These results suggest that at least some of the PUUV reassortants are viable and can survive in the presence of their parental strains."