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This paper extends recent theorising on “market violence”, defined here as a type of structural and cultural violence that takes place through an assemblage in the market environment. The Finnish “instant loan” market (similar to payday loans) has been widely criticised, e.g. for excessively...
This paper explores refugees’ relationships to consumption and possessions while they resettle in a Nordic country. The results of the empirical study (one-on-one photovoice interviews and micro focus group interviews with 32 Iraqi, Turkish, and Syrian refugees living in Finland) elucidate that...
Curry houses are among Britain’s most prominent historical, cultural, and gastronomic links with Asia. Recent developments in the context of Britain’s “declining” curry culture suggest that the industry’s challenges cannot be explained through watertight analyses of immigration controls, the...
This is an interview conducted by Søren Askegaard with researcher and analyst Lars Fogh Mortensen from the European Environmental Agency in October 2022.
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