Presentations and work in progress

Symposiums and special tracks organized

(1) At the Interface of Delegitimation Struggles: Social Judgements and Organizational (Il)legitimacy. AOM 2017 conference, August, Atlanta USA.

Our symposium was the Best Symposium Award Runner up at OMT

(2) Stigma, Ethics And Power: Contesting Negative Labeling In Organizations, Markets, Movements And Fields. Special Track  at the European Business Ethics Network EBEN Annual Conference 14-16 June, 2017.
Conference papers and presentations:

  • Lähdesmäki, Merja (2016). Stigman hallinta institutionaalisessa yrittäjyydessä. Empiirinen tutkimus pioneeriviljelijöistä Suomessa. Oppiva maaseutu, maaseutututkijoiden seminaarijulkaisu, toim. M. Kattilakoski & H. Siirilä. Maaseuden Uusi aika Ry, ISBN 978-952-67608-5-8. (In finnish only)
  • Chowdhury, R., Kourula, A. & M. Siltaoja (2013). Watching the Grass Grow – Grassroots Organizations Network Strategies across an issue Life-Cycle. Strategic Management Society (SMS) Best Conference Paper Prize nominee for Practice Implications, Madrid, Autumn 2013. Proceedings of the SMS conference.
  • Siltaoja, Lähdesmäki, Luomala, Puska & Kurki (2014). Shaking off the stigma: Destigmatization process of a social innovation. Proceedings of the 30. European Group for Organizational Studies-conference.
  • Siltaoja, Lähdesmäki, Puska, Kurki & Luomala (2015). From Shame to Fame: A Model of the Destigmatization Process in Media Discourse. Academy of Management Conference.
  • Siltaoja, Lähdesmäki & Vaara. (De)legitimation and field configuring events: The significance of mediatized problems on the legitimacy of organic farming 1980-2009. Proceedings of the EGOS Naples conference 2016.

Master thesis:

  • Milla sarja (2017)FRAMING SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLES- ORGANIC CONSUMPTION IN WOMEN’S MAGAZINE. Master Thesis in Corporate Environmental Management, University of Jyväskylä.
  • Aiju Salminen (2016). Co-optation in the car sharing movement:  have the grassroots organizations been forced to scale back? Master Thesis in Corporate Environmental Management, University of Jyväskylä.
  • Hanna Salo (2016) “ORGANIC IS THE MOST VALUABLE THING THERE IS”Legitimating the consumption of organic food products by emotions. Master Thesis in Corporate Environmental Management, University of Jyväskylä.
  • Gibson, Ben (2016). The effect of (negative) emotion on pro- environmental behavior: an application of the theory of planned behavior. Master Thesis in Corporate Environmental Management, University of Jyväskylä.
  • Happonen, Ville (2016). Differences in Consumer Perspectives How Sustainable Food Consumption Is Perceived And Signalled in the Prevailing Consumer Culture – Among Generation Y. Master Thesis in Corporate Environmental Management, University of Jyväskylä.
  • Kortelainen, Sirpa (2015). Myth about altruistic organic consumption : values influence in perceiving organic meat consumer. Master Thesis in Corporate Environmental Management, University of Jyväskylä.
  • Valkama, Susanna (2015). “Onko luomuviljelijät niinkun epäluotettavampia kuin muut?” – Luottamuksen merkitys luomuviljelijän arjessa. Master Thesis in Environmental and Regional Politics, University of Tampere.

 

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