Publications

 

International articles and book chapters:

Articles and book chapters in Finnish:

  • Ketokivi, Kaisa (2010) ‘Individualististen virhepäätelmien jäljillä’ (Tracing Individualistic Fallacies). Kulttuurintutkimus 27:3. (‘Cultural Studies’-journal)
  • Ketokivi, Kaisa (2009) ‘Torjuttu autonomia: lapsuudenperheen vieraantuneet siteet ja aikuisten lasten vaihtoehtoiset elämänpolut’ (Translated into English in my dissertation: ‘Rejected autonomy: Estranged family bonds and alternative life paths of grown children’) In Jallinoja, Riitta (ed.) Vieras perheessä. (Stranger in the family) Helsinki: Gaudeamus Helsinki University Press.
  • Ketokivi, Kaisa (2005) ‘Aikuistumisen ja perheen perustamisen ristiriidat pidentyneessä nuoruudessa.’ (Contradictions in growing up and forming a family) In Aapola, S & Ketokivi, K (eds.) Polkuja ja poikkeamia – Aikuisuutta etsimässä. (Paths and By-Paths – Searching for Adulthood) Finnish Youth Research Society.
  • Aapola, Sinikka & Ketokivi, Kaisa (2005) ‘Aikuistumisen ehdot 2000-luvun yhteiskunnassa.’ (Attaining adulthood in contemporary society) In Aapola, S & Ketokivi, K (eds.) Polkuja ja poikkeamia – Aikuisuutta etsimässä. (Paths and By-Paths – Searching for Adulthood) Finnish Youth Research Society.
  • Ketokivi, Kaisa (2004): ‘Pidentynyt nuoruus ja perheen perustaminen. Individualistisen elämänorientaation jäljillä.’ (Prolonged youth and family formation – Tracing an individualistic life orientation) Sosiologia, Finnish Journal of Sociology 2/04.
  • Ketokivi, Kaisa (2004): ‘Pidentyneen nuoruuden ambivalentti näkökulma perheeseen’ (Prolonged youth and its ambivalent perspective to family) Youth Research (Finnish journal), 3/2004.

Working papers

  • Castrén, Anna-Maija & Ketokivi, Kaisa (submitted) ‘A Systematic Approach for Studying Relationships in Their Relational Settings’
  • Ketokivi, Kaisa & Meskus, Mianna (article manuscript in progress) ‘Beyond the Individual: Historical and Relational Ontologies of Individuality’
  • Ketokivi, Kaisa & Roseneil, Sasha (article manuscript in progress) ‘Rethinking Relationality in Sociology: Theoretical Excursions.

International conference papers

  • ‘Beyond the Individual: Historical and Relational Perspectives to Individuality’, American Sociological Association’s meeting, Denver 2012, and European Sociological Association’s meeting in Geneve, 2011 (with Mianna Meskus)
  • ‘Rethinking Relationality for Sociology’ British Sociological Association’s meeting, Leeds 2012.
  • ‘The wounded self and the relational dynamics of agency’, ‘The disabled self: theoretical and empirical approaches to stigma and recovery’ –  Qualitative Research on Mental Health – conference, 8/2010 Nottingham, UK.
  • ‘Partnership and exclusive and inclusive intimacy structures’ European Sociological Association, RN Families and Intimate Lives, 9/2009, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • ‘Estranged family bonds: Social reproduction expectations and the personal life paths of adult children.’ European Sociological Association, Interim meeting for the RN “Families and Intimate Lives”, 27.-29.8.2008, University of Helsinki
  • ‘Biographical disruption, wounded selves and their social configurations’, European Sociological Association, Interim meeting for the RN “Families and Intimate Lives”, 3/2007, University of Lausanne.
  • ‘Biographical disruption, wounded selves and their significant others’, CRFR International Conference “Extended and extending Families”, 28.3.2007, University of Edinburgh, UK.
  •  ‘Social formation of close relationships – A micro-level analysis of different family, kin and friend configurations of middle-aged Finnish women’, Research seminar at the “Care, values and the future of welfare” – research centre., tammikuu 2006, University of Leeds, UK & Research seminar at the “Morgan Centre for the Study of Relationships and Personal Life”, 6.2.2006, University of Manchester, UK
  • ‘Different principles organizing contemporary close relationships – a micro-level approach.’ European Sociological Association, Research Network on Families and Intimate Lives. Torun, Poland 12.9.2005.