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Unioninkatu 37 (P.O. Box 54)
00014 University of Helsinki
Phone +358 294 1911 (University)
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E-mail soc-sci[at]helsinki.fi

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Welcome to the Faculty of Social Sciences!

The Faculty of Social Sciences is an international multidisciplinary institute providing education in the Finnish, Swedish and English languages.

The Faculty educates experts who are well versed in various social phenomena in different cultures, and who bear responsibility for the promotion of human values both locally and globally.

More than one fourth of those holding a Master’s degree and about one third of those holding a doctorate in the social sciences in Finland are graduates of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Helsinki.

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How Democratic is Namibia's Democracy? Presentation by Prof. Henning Melber

Welcome to the Presentation by Prof. Henning Melber about "How Democratic is Namibia's Democracy?" Thursday, January 21, at 6 PM Venue: Unioninkatu 35 (Faculty of Social Sciences), room 344.

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Blog by Petteri Repo: Big Data, Public Participation, Sustainable Innovation and the Pullip Doll

University researcher Petteri Repo blogs about Big Data, Public Participation, Sustainable Innovation and the Pullip Doll in the Valtiotieteellinen tutkii blog. Find out what is the Pullip Doll, the CASI Project and read some interesting information about ongoing Big Data research.

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Professor Janne Hukkinen:
Could Finland have a decentralized energy system?

Why is Finland's energy policy such a "fossil"? How could the country's energy policy renew itself? These are the questions we pursue in the Defend project (Decentralizing Finland's energy regime: The triggers and dynamics of transition), funded by the Academy of Finland's New Energy research program.

Read more about the project and Finland´s energy policy from the "valtiotieteellinen tutkii" –blog.

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The Kurdish Question could be ours

Reconciliation of Turkey and its Kurdish population is hampered by the quest for unity, which was also a strong trend in Western nation-states in the 1900s.

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World-class philosophy, media and communication studies

A recent international university ranking lists universities according to their discipline-specific success. The ranking considers academic reputation, publications and evaluations given by employers of recent graduates.

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Climate change attitudes are reflected on social networks

People who believe in climate change have more Facebook friends than those who do not consider climate change a problem. Juha Itkonen’s dissertation in economics shows that values and social networks are linked to opinions about climate change.

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