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A New Regime of Governing Childhood? Finland as an Example
Harrikari, Timo,Satka, Mirja
Social Work and Society , 2006,
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The Diverse Impacts of the Neo-liberal Social Policies on Children’s Welfare and Social Work with Young People: The Finnish Perspective
Satka, Mirja,Harrikari, Timo,Hoikkala, Susanna,Pekkarinen, Elina
Social Work and Society , 2007,
Abstract: This article discusses the impacts of globalization, neo-liberal social policies and the Finnish economic recession of the 1990s on children's and young people's welfare. It summarises some of the impacts of Finnish social policies on the everyday lives of families with children and highlights some of the features of the recent and current debates surrounding youth delinquency and the societal reactions to young generations. All this contributes to a contradictory and conflicting societal context which challenges experts in the field of child welfare social work experts to operate - as expected - at the right moment, legally and effectively. Instead of being overly-defensive for the ‘good old’ ways of practicing social work with children, the authors invite social work scholars and practitioners to reconceptualise both the concept of children's citizenship and its position both in child welfare theory and practice in the context of children's global rights.
Ordered thin Films of Magnetic Nanoparticles
Jana Roschlova,Martin Weis,Alexander Satka,Tomas Plecenik
Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering , 2006,
Abstract: The investigation of physical properties of bulk materials is a traditional approach in materials science. Duringlast decades the interest has been focused on two-dimensional ordered systems of nanometer-size particles with unusualmechanical, electrical, magnetic, optical, chemical properties, which are perspective for applications in electronics, optics, computer science and medicine. In this paper we report on the preparation of well ordered Langmuir-Blodgett films of gFe2O3 nanoparticles with an average size of 10nm. Arrangement and homogeneity were confirmed by scanning electronmicroscopy as well as atomic force microscopy. Magnetic properties were measured by the magneto-optical Kerr effect.
Temperature Characterization of Passive Optical Components for WDM-PON FTTx
Jozef Chovan,Frantisek Uherek,Radoslav Kurinec,Alexander Satka
Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering , 2011,
Abstract: In this paper we report on the experimental test set-up for the temperature characterization of optical multiplexers/demultiplexers in the C - telecommunication band. Particularly the temperature change of transmission parameters like polarization dependent loss and insertion loss are investigated. The measurements were performed in the temperature range and under ambient air-conditions equal to the installation of passive optical elements in the external outdoor non–climatic environment.
ZnO Nanostructures Prepared by RF Sputtering
Sona Flickyngerova,Vladimir Tvarozek,Ivan Novotny,Alexander Satka
Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering , 2006,
Abstract: ZnO is shortly reviewed as significant material for nanotechnology. Sputtered ZnO thin films showed colummarpolycrystalline structure with preffered orientation in <002> direction, resistivity ~ 1 Wcm and optical bandgap Eg = 3,33 eV. Nanoclusters of Au and ZnO were formed by use of RF sputtering.
Increasing nuclear power at liberalised energy markets- case Finland
Syri S.,Kurki-Suonio T.,Satka V.
EPJ Web of Conferences , 2012, DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/20123303007
Abstract: Several Finnish projections for future electricity demand and the need for peak load capacity indicate a demand growth of about 2 GW from the present to the year 2030. The retirement of existing fossil fuel plants and old nuclear power plants will cause increased net import needs during 2020’s, even when assuming additional energy efficiency measures and the commissioning of two new nuclear power plants recently approved by the Finnish Parliament. By the year 2030, the need for additional new capacity will be about 6 GW. The increased dependence on import is in contradiction with the official Government targets. This situation is not unique to Finland, but rather is likely to be the case in many other European countries as well. Both the energy company Fortum and energy-intensive industry in Finland see nuclear energy as a viable future generation technology. We describe the Mankala concept which is successfully used to build new nuclear capacity at liberalised electricity market in Finland.
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