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|Affiliation||Department of Sociology, esp. Sociological Theory, University of Bamberg|
|Areas of Research||Ethical/Political Issues and Social Sciences, Philosophy of Sociology, Qualitative Methods in Social Science|
|Biographical Info||PhD in sociology (2010), Master of Social Science (2004). 1997-2004 studies of political science, economic history, history and economics at the University of Lund, Blekinge Institute of Technology (Sweden) and University College Dublin (Ireland). From 2005 to 2008, fellow of the Graduate School "Markets and Social Systems in Europe" at the University of Bamberg. Since 2008, research assistant at the Department of Sociology, esp. Social Theory at the University of Bamberg. Selected Publications: Marttila, Tomas (2015): Post-Foundational Discourse Analysis: From Political Difference to Empirical Research. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. Marttila, Tomas (2015): On Post-Foundational Discourse Analysis: A Suggestion for a Research Programme. In Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, Vol. 16, Issue 3. Marttila, Tomas & Gengnagel, Vincent (2015): Post-Foundational Discourse Analysis and the Impasses of Critical Inquiry. In Zeitschrift für Diskursforschung/Journal of Discourse Research, Vol.3, Issue.1. Marttila, Tomas (2013): The Culture of Enterprise in Neoliberalism: Specters of Entrepreneurship. New York: Routledge Marttila, Tomas (2013): Whither Governmentality Research? A Case Study of the Governmentalization of the Entrepreneur in the French Epistemological Tradition. In Historical Social Research, Vol.38, Issue 4. Marttila, Tomas (2010): Constrained Constructivism in Post-Structural Discourse Analysis. In Sociologia Internationalis, Vol.48, Issue 1.|