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Containing mobilities

Changing time and space of maritime labor

Johanna Markkula

family and also to “see the world for free.” But, as he told me many times, he was not happy with his life as a sailor. He felt like a prisoner. Figure 1. Souvenirs on display from Santiago's work at sea. Photo by Johanna Markkula. I open with

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Seeking Recognition, Becoming Citizens

Achievements and Grievances among Former Combatants from Three Wars

Johanna Söderström

Press . Sprenkels , Ralph . 2018 . After Insurgency: Revolution and Electoral Politics in El Salvador . Notre Dame, IN : University of Notre Dame Press . 10.2307/j.ctvpj7g2b Söderström , Johanna . 2016 . “ Livsberättelser: Att leva och

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Mass-Market Paperbacks and Integration Politics

Johanna Schuster-Craig

Europe (Minneapolis, 2011), 104. Please note that translations are my own unless otherwise indicated. 2 Johanna Schuster-Craig, “Integration Politics as an Apparatus,” German Studies Review 40, no. 3 (2017): 607–627. 3 Karin Hunn, “Nächstes Jahr

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What Does Masculinity Mean?

Young People's Perspectives on Masculinity in the Mirror of Education in Germany

Johanna M. Pangritz

, Arnd-Michael . 2017 . Interview und Dokumentarische Methode: Anleitungen für die Forschungspraxis [Interview and documentary method: Guidance for research practice]. Wiesbaden : Springer VS . Pangritz , Johanna . 2019 . “ Fürsorgend und doch

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Inside container economies

Hege Høyer Leivestad and Johanna Markkula

seafarers were effectively being held prisoner at sea, sailing from port to port on expired work contracts and unable to go home to their families, as Johanna Markkula describes in her contribution to this issue. The extreme events of the last few months

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Emotional Responses of Finnish and Spanish Audiences to Culturally Loaded Films

Jose Cañas-Bajo, Johanna Silvennoinen, and Pertti Saariluoma

.130304 . Cañas-Bajo , Jose , and Johanna M. Silvennoinen . 2017 . “ Cross-Cultural Factors in Experiencing Online Video Contents in Product Marketing .” International Journal of Art, Culture, Design, and Technology 6 ( 1 ): 40 – 56 .

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The Last of the Mohicans: How Walter Ulbricht Endured the Hungarian Crisis of 1956

Johanna Granville

According to German historian Hermann Weber, 25 percent of all

published studies on the German Democratic Republic (GDR) have

focused on the early years of the regime of the Socialist Unity Party

(SED), 20 percent on the 1980s and collapse of the dictatorship, and

only 3 percent on the years in between.1 While the GDR itself may

not have become a mere footnote in history as novelist Stefan Heym

predicted, studies of East German history in the 1950s—before the

construction of the Berlin Wall, when the regime of Walter Ulbricht

was most vulnerable—are exceedingly rare.2 Archive-based studies of

Ulbricht’s response to the Hungarian revolution of 1956 are rarer

still.3 A recently edited volume of essays published in Germany

about responses to the Hungarian revolution, for example, included

the reactions of nearly every East European country, except those of

the GDR.

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Courage and Obstinacy

Remembering a Frontrunner

Johanna Rolshoven

In German academic Volkskunde of the 1970s, scholar Ina-Maria Greverus was a pioneer in several realms. As a woman and feminist, she challenged the discipline’s gender order, including its hidden gendered epistemology; as an early reader of international cultural anthropology, she transgressed nationalistically confined horizons, and her methodological openness created space for new formats that challenged false assumption of scientific objectivity and neutrality.

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Rites of Passage Programs for Adolescent Boys in Schools

A Scoping Review

Johanna Kingsman


Formal rites of passage (ROP) processes are largely lacking within Western culture. This scarcity is seen to be detrimental to adolescent boys’ masculine identity formation. With schools bearing increased responsibility for the well-being of students, and as a way of addressing the apparent cultural deficiency, interest in school-based ROP programs has expanded. This scoping review adopted a systematic methodology to refine an initial accumulation of 708 articles. Nine key articles investigating the impact of school-based ROP programs for adolescent boys were examined. The ROP programs were analyzed according to rationale, design, and impact, with each program focusing on three major domains of impact—community, responsibility, and identity. The review found that adolescent boys’ participation in ROP programs may enhance community engagement, build responsible citizenship, and improve self-perception through the development of positive masculine identity.

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The political projects of neoliberalism

Johanna Bockman