Paulina Emilia Nordström

Paulina Emilia Nordström
University of Turku | UTU · Department of Geography and Geology

Doctor of Philosophy

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March 2019 - present
Universitetet i Agder
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
April 2010 - October 2018
University of Turku
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (11)
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Temporarity has a significant role in today’s urban spaces and peoples’ experiences of them. The city is often understood through stable material structures, while less attention is paid to such aspects of urban space that are there only for a limited time such as markets, events, manifestations and construction sites, for instance. Experiences of...
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This article continues the discussion on creativity in human geographical research. Drawing on Alain Badiou's writing on “two theatres”, I argue that the theatre–research cooperation as a landscape in motion can bring about creative landscapes. In this article, I discuss a collaborative project of participatory research and theatre that tested dram...
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I examine an art project as an art event. I follow the process of making an art project Our family belonging to the Turku European Capital of Culture 2011 programme. The European Capital of Culture programme, as a part of EU's wider cultural policy, promotes European citizenship. The underlying idea is to foster a feeling of a citizenship based on...
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The Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) Directive was ratified (2014/89/EU) along the Strategy of the European Union (EU) on the Blue Economy to contribute to the effective management of maritime activities and resources and incorporate the principal elements of Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) (2002/413/EC) into planning at the land-sea inter...
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This study aims to identify and evaluate the spatial distribution of Cultural Ecosystem Services (CES) benefits perceived by people in both urban and rural areas. A public participation GIS (PPGIS) approach was applied with local people who responded to an online survey and mapped their important places related to CES benefits in the Kokemäenjoki a...
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Creative city, creativity, and mobility are interconnected. The creative city research focuses on long-term mobility of the creative class members: they ‘move in’ to a creative city. ‘Once in’ the creative city, the city is seen to (automatically) support the creativity of the individuals. However, artists and other creative class members constantl...
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This article brings glass architecture and geophilosophy into a relationship with one another with the further aim of studying surface aesthetics of urban photography. First I present a selected history of glass architecture and its previous methodological applications. Then, I focus on the characteristics of glass architecture—its permeability/ref...
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Three-dimensional (3D) laser scanning is a geovisual technology used for precision scientific measurements and 3D representations of reality. Laser scanning technology produces point clouds, which are extraordinary kinds of images: commonly a combination of the laser beams’ journey between the scanner and the materialities of a site, and the photog...
Technical Report
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LIFE Luonto-tukea maksetaan hankkeille, joilla ennallistetaan ja suojellaan uhanalaisia eläinlajeja Euroopan unionin alueella. LIFE Luonto -ohjelman tavoite on edistää lintudirektiivin ja luontodirektiivin täytäntöönpanoa. Siinä keskitytään koko EU:n kattavan Natura 2000 -verkoston alueella esiintyviin luontotyyppeihin ja lajeihin. EU:n LIFE Luonto...

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