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Freshwater red algae in Finland

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Public Opinion, Journalism and the Question of Finland’s Membership of NATO

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Immigrants and Immigration Policy in Ageing Finland

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Contesting Family in Finnish and Canadian Immigration and Refugee Policy

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Boundaries of National Belonging in Ingrian Finnish Return Migration
A Multi-level Perspective

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Migrants and the Emerging HIV Epidemic in Finland in the 1980s and the 1990s

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The Visual Lexica of (National) Belonging and Nonbelonging in the Accounts of Young Kurds in Finland

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Resiliency Analysis of Energy Demand System in Finland

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Canons and Heroes: The Reception of the Complete Works Translation Project in Finland, 2002-13

W orks C ited Aaltonen, Sirkku. “Retranslation in the Finnish Theater”. Cadernos de Tradução 11.1 (2003): 141-159. Itkonen, Juha. “Shakespeare-maraton käyntiin” [The Shakespeare marathon gets underway]. Apu 18 (2004): n.p. Jantunen, Heikki. “Sukkahousut vai bokserit?” [Tights or boxers?] Nykypäivä 20 December 2013: n.p. Juva, Kersti. [Translator’s] “Preface”. William Shakespeare: Paljon melua tyhjästä [Much Ado about Nothing] . Translated by Kersti Juva. Helsinki: Werner Söderström Osakeyhtiö, 2009. Kallinen, Timo

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Does Finnish Educational Equality Extend to Children of Immigrants?

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