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Sociology Departmental Seminar} How do wooden boats act? Moral symmetry as a methodological principle in studies of material culture.

Date: 12 May 2009 Time: 16.00 pm || Venue: Bowland North Seminar Room 26

Mikko Jalas, Helsinki School of Economics
Mikko Jalas, Helsinki School of Economics

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Mikko Jalas has a PhD in Organization and management from Helsinki School of Economics. He is currently a research fellow of the Academy of Finland. His research interests include the role of expertise in environmental and urban policy, as well as everyday consumption and material culture, time, slow movements and practices. He has published in journals such as Time& Society and Ecological Economics, and contributed to edited volumes published by Edwards Elgar, Palgrave Macmillan and Berg.

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