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Embodied communication, Touch in intimate relationships, Micro interaction studies, Phenomenology, Affect studies, Gender Studies
Katila, J. (Forthcoming). The social actions of haptic body practices: Interaction Study of a group of non-native Finnish mothers and their children. Academic Phd. Dissertation. Faculty of Social Sciences (SOC), University of Tampere.
Katila, J. (Forthcoming). “Touch between mother and child as affective practice: reproducing affective inequalities in haptic negotiations of bodily borders and the interpersonal space” Teoksessa Tuula Juvonen ja Marjo Kolehmainen (toim.) Affective Inequalities in Intimate Relationships. Routledge Research in Gender and Society.
Katila, J. & Philipsen, J. (Under preparation). ”Reliving similar past experiences in present moment through embodied resources: Shared affectively rich moment as creating intimate bonds.”
Katila, J., Guo, E. & Streeck, J. (Under preparation). ”Fear, Touch, and Interactional Control in the Dentist’s Office”.
Katila, J. & Raudaskoski, S. (Under preparation). ”Constructing the phenomena of being in love as a layered interaction process”
Haptic negotiation of Intimate Space between mother and child, Intersubjectivity in Action -conference 11–13.5.2017
Embodied identities embedded in interaction: A micro interaction analysis of a group of non-native Finnish mothers, Social Psychology Conference, 26.11.2016
Accumulation of Embodied Relationship Histories: Tactile Negotiation of Space, Third International Conference on Interactivity, Language and Cognition, 29.6–1.7.2016
Non-native Finnish mothers: touch in group work, First international workshop on Touch and Social Interaction, 24.3.2015
Constructing gendered identities in a small group of non-native mothers, Gender Studies Conference 22.11.2014
Constructing gendered identities in a small group of non-native mothers, Social Psychology Conference, 21.11.2014
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