Oscar Rantatalo

Research projects

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Rantatalo, Oscar

A police for the future? A longitudinal project on police officers’ development of reflexive abilities in training and early career

10/09/2014

Publications

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Haake, Ulrika
Rantatalo, Oscar
Lindberg, Ola

Police leaders make poor change agents: leadership practice in the face of a major organisational reform
Policing & society, 27(7): 764-778

2017

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Lindberg, Ola
Rantatalo, Oscar
Stenling, Cecilia

Police bodies and police minds: professional learning through bodily practices of sport participation
Studies in Continuing Education, 39(3): 371-387

2017

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Rantatalo, Oscar
Karp, Staffan

Stories of policing: the role of storytelling in police students' sensemaking of early work-based experiences
Vocations and Learning

2017

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Lindberg, Ola
Rantatalo, Oscar

Graduate employability as social suitability: professional competence from a practice theory perspective

2017

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Rantatalo, Oscar
Haake, Ulrika
Lindberg, Ola; et al.

Den pluralistiska ledarskapsforskningen: en översikt över svenska avhandlingarom ledarskap 2003–2014
Nordiske organisasjonsstudier, 18(3): 3-29

2016

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Rantatalo, Oscar

Polisiär cykelpatrullering: en kunskapsöversikt och explorativ fallstudie om trafiksäkerhetsarbete i gång- och cykelnätverk

2016

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Rantatalo, Oscar

Media representations and police officers’ identity work in a specialised police tactical unit
Policing & society, 26(1): 97-113

2016

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Rantatalo, Oscar
Stenling, Cecilia
Lindberg, Ola

Police bodies and police minds: Occupational socialization through sport
Book of Abstracts: 80-80

2016

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Rantatalo, Oscar
Karp, Staffan

Collective reflection in practice: an ethnographic study of Swedish police training
Reflective Practice, 17(6): 708-723

2016

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Sjöberg, David
Karp, Staffan
Rantatalo, Oscar

Acting in scenario training as a tool for developing professional knowing in police education

2016

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