Oinas Tomi, Tutkijatohtori / Postdoctoral Researcher

Studysubject:
Yhteiskuntapolitiikka / Social and public policy
Room:
Opinkivi K04.2.

Biography

Dr. Tomi Oinas is currently working as a postdoctoral researcher (until 31.12.2015) in the research project “Work organization, cooperation and employee wellbeing in Finland and Europe” (The Finnish Work Environment Fund, project leader Timo Anttila) in the Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy. Oinas has been employed at the University of Jyväskylä since 2004. He has participated in several research projects focusing on working time, time use and job quality. Oinas received his doctorate in social sciences in December 2010. His PhD thesis “Domestic Division of Labour in Dual-earner Households” tested the explanatory power of various theories of DDL for Finnish dual-earner households. Oinas is experienced in advanced statistical methods and has worked as methodological consultant for several projects.

Areas of Interest

Working time and job quality, employment career and retirement, occupational health, time use, social classes and socioeconomic differences, advanced quantitative methods
 

Recent Publications

Working-Time Regimes and Work-Life Balance in Europe. Timo Anttila, Tomi Oinas, Mia Tammelin,  & Jouko Nätti (2015). European Sociological Review, 31 (6), 713-724.

Epätyypillinen työaika ja lasten kanssa vietetty aika. Tomi Oinas, Mia Tammelin & Jouko Nätti (2015). Teoksessa A.-H. Anttila, T. Anttila, M. Liikkanen, & H. Pääkkönen (toim.), Ajassa kiinni ja irrallaan : yhteisölliset rytmit 2000-luvun Suomessa (pp. 19-32). Tilastokeskus.

Kadotettu viikonloppu : ajankäytön muutokset viikonloppuisin. Timo Anttila, Tomi Oinas, & Jouko Nätti (2015). Teoksessa A.-H. Anttila, T. Anttila, M. Liikkanen, & H. Pääkkönen (toim.), Ajassa kiinni ja irrallaan : yhteisölliset rytmit 2000-luvun Suomessa (pp. 19-32). Tilastokeskus.

The division of domestic work among dual-career and other dual-earner couples in Finland. Tomi Oinas & Marja Känsälä (2015). Community, Work and Family (advance access).

Time pressure, working time control and long-term sickness absence. Jouko Nätti, Tomi Oinas, Timo Anttila (2015).Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 72 (4), 265-270.

Combined effects of shiftwork and individual working time control on long-term sickness absence: a prospective study of Finnish employees. Jouko Nätti, Tomi Oinas, Mikko Härmä, Timo Anttila, Irja Kandolin (2014). Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, 56 (7), 732–738.

Internet Use and Informal Help for Surrounding Communities in Finland. Sakari Taipale, Tomi Oinas, Veli-Matti Salminen (2014). In Denison T. Sarrica M.  Stillman L, (eds.) Theories and practice for Community and Social Informatics. Melbourne: Monash University Publishing.

Engaged or Not? A Comparative Study on Factors Inducing Work Engagement in Call Center and Service Sector Work. Armi Mustosmäki, Timo Anttila & Tomi Oinas (2013). Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies, 3 (1), 49-67.

Teaching (list of courses)

  • Exercises in Quantitative Research Methods (YKPA240), University of Jyväskylä, Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy. (2006-2015)