Primary sources

The project has produced new primary sources for research that are available at the following institutions:

Finnish Literature Society (Helsinki, Finland)

Kissa, koira, hevonen – eläin perheenjäsenenä. Keruu lemmikkieläimistä 10.10.2014-31.5.2015. Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura.

Archive of the Department of History, Culture and Arts, European Ethnology TYKL, University of Turku (Turku, Finland)

TYKL/SPA/1179/V1
Future Workshop 1: Eläimet ja vanhukset
29.1.2015, University of Turku

TYKL/SPA/1179/V2
Workshop 2: Dog & Technology.
17.2.2016, University of Turku

TYKL/SPA/1179/V3
Workshop 3: Animals & Seniors.
17.6.2016, Graz, Austria

Interview H1
TYKL/SPA/1179/H1
TYKL/AUD/1074
26.5.2015, Helsinki

Interview H2
TYKL/SPA/1179/H2
TYKL/AUD/1084
19.1.2016, Helsinki

Interview H3
TYKL/SPA/1179/H3
TYKL/AUD/1085
19.1.2016, Helsinki

Interview H4
TYKL/SPA/1179/H4
TYKL/AUD/1086
20.3.2016, Parainen

Interview H5
TYKL/SPA/1179/H5
5.4.2016, Turku

Interview H6
TYKL/SPA/1179/H6
28.4.2016, Graz, Austria

Interview H7
TYKL/SPA/1179/H7
12.5.2016, Graz, Austria

Interview H8
TYKL/SPA/1179/H8
14.3.2017, Milton Keynes, England

Interview H9
TYKL/SPA/1179/H9
Made by: Annikki Seilonen
7.9.2016, Turku

Interview H10
TYKL/SPA/1179/H10
Made by: Annikki Seilonen
7.9.2016, Turku

Miscellaneous

TYKL/SPA/1179/K1
Lower level of the comprehensive school materials: qualitative questioning about children’s thoughts and ideas about assistance animals and animals and future. Age groups 1–6, total 7 school classes, about 140 answers.

TYKL/SPA/1179/K2
Different smaller qualitative questionnaires from lectures and presentations. Participants’ thoughts and ideas about assistance animals and animals and future.

TYKL/SPA/1179/M1
Capstone-project course, University of Turku, IT-science: Assistance dog & technology in the future.