Aki Koivula
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Regulation and trust: 3-month follow-up study on COVID-19 mortality in 25 European countries
A Oksanen, M Kaakinen, R Latikka, I Savolainen, N Savela, A Koivula
JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 6 (2), e19218, 2020
Does excessive social media use decrease subjective well-being? A longitudinal analysis of the relationship between problematic use, loneliness and life satisfaction
E Marttila, A Koivula, P Räsänen
Telematics and Informatics 59, 101556, 2021
A feminine burden of perfection? Appearance-related pressures on social networking sites
E Åberg, A Koivula, I Kukkonen
Telematics and Informatics 46, 101319, 2020
Trust toward robots and artificial intelligence: An experimental approach to human–technology interactions online
A Oksanen, N Savela, R Latikka, A Koivula
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 568256, 2020
Ideological motives, digital divides, and political polarization: How do political party preference and values correspond with the political use of social media?
I Koiranen, A Koivula, A Saarinen, T Keipi
Telematics and Informatics 46, 101322, 2020
Changing patterns of social media use? A population-level study of Finland
I Koiranen, T Keipi, A Koivula, P Räsänen
Universal Access in the Information Society 19 (3), 603-617, 2020
Shared contexts, shared background, shared values–Homophily in Finnish parliament members’ social networks on Twitter
I Koiranen, A Koivula, T Keipi, A Saarinen
Telematics and Informatics 36, 117-131, 2019
The role of political activity in the formation of online identity bubbles
A Koivula, M Kaakinen, A Oksanen, P Räsänen
Policy & Internet 11 (4), 396-417, 2019
Puolueiden rakenteet ja jäsenistön verkostot
I Koiranen, A Koivula, A Saarinen, P Räsänen
Helsinki: KAKS–Kunnallisalan kehittämissäätiön Tutkimusjulkaisu-sarjan …, 2017
Suomi 2014–kulutus ja elämäntapa: Tutkimusseloste ja aineistojen 1999–2014 vertailua
A Koivula, P Räsänen, O Sarpila
Working Papers in Economic Sociology, 2015
Political trust, political party preference and trust in knowledge-based institutions
A Saarinen, A Koivula, T Keipi
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 2020
Loneliness and psychological distress before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: Relationships with social media identity bubbles
R Latikka, A Koivula, R Oksa, N Savela, A Oksanen
Social Science & Medicine 293, 114674, 2022
Attitudes toward robots as equipment and coworkers and the impact of robot autonomy level
R Latikka, N Savela, A Koivula, A Oksanen
International Journal of Social Robotics 13 (7), 1747-1759, 2021
Online relationships and social media interaction in youth problem gambling: A four-country study
I Savolainen, M Kaakinen, A Sirola, A Koivula, H Hagfors, I Zych, HJ Paek, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (21), 8133, 2020
Double standards in the accumulation and utilisation of ‘aesthetic capital’
O Sarpila, A Koivula, I Kukkonen, E Åberg, T Pajunen
Poetics 82, 101447, 2020
The choice is yours but it is politically tinged: The social correlates of political party preferences in Finland
A Koivula
Turku: Turun Yliopisto, 2019
Exploring selective exposure and selective avoidance behavior in social media
S Malinen, A Koivula, T Keipi, I Koiranen
Proceedings of the 9th international conference on social media and society …, 2018
Highly educated but occupationally differentiated: the members of Finland’s Green League
A Saarinen, A Koivula, I Koiranen, J Sivonen
Environmental Politics 27 (2), 362-372, 2018
Social ecological model of problem gambling: A cross-national survey study of young people in the united states, south korea, spain, and finland
A Oksanen, A Sirola, I Savolainen, A Koivula, M Kaakinen, I Vuorinen, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 18 (6), 3220, 2021
Social and ideological representativeness: A comparison of political party members and supporters in Finland after the realignment of major parties
A Koivula, I Koiranen, A Saarinen, T Keipi
Party Politics 26 (6), 807-821, 2020
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