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Author: Meyer.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Oxford University Press, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English

Drawing together theory and advanced empirical research from a variety of disciplines, this book offers a new multidisciplinary perspective on human interaction. It conceives of the living body in  Read more...


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Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)949911685
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Meyer.
ISBN: 9780190210489 0190210486
OCLC Number: 969544865
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: List of ContributorsAcknowledgments Introduction Christian Meyer, Jurgen Streeck & J. Scott Jordan I. Fundamental IntercorporealityChapter 1: Intercorporeality and Interaffectivity Thomas Fuchs Chapter 2: Intercorporeality as a Foundational Dimension of Human Communication Jens Loenhoff Chapter 3: Feeling Our Way: Enkinaesthetic Enquiry and Immanent Intercorporeality Susan A. J. Stuart Chapter 4: Haptic Sociality: The Embodied Interactive Constitution of Intimacy Through Touch Marjorie Harness Goodwin II. Extended IntercorporealityChapter 5: Children's Expressive Handling of Objects in a Shared World Mats Andren Chapter 6: The Cultural Organization of Intercorporeality: Interaction, Emotion, and the Senses Among the Wolof of Northwestern Senegal Christian Meyer Chapter 7: Taking the World by Hand: How (Some) Gestures Mean Elena Cuffari & Jurgen Streeck Chapter 8: Intercorporeality at the Motor Block: On the Importance of a Practical Sense for Social Cooperation and Coordination Thomas Alkemeyer, Kristina Brummer & Thomas Pille Chapter 9: Intercorporeal Phantasms: Kinesthetic Alignment with Imagined Bodies in Self-Defense Training Anja Stukenbrock III. Intercorporeality Beyond the BodyChapter 10: Sensible Objects: Intercorporeality and Enactive Knowing Through Things Tomie Hahn & J. Scott Jordan Chapter 11: More than a Body: A Material Engagement Approach Lambros Malafouris & Maria Danae Koukouti Chapter 12: Challenges of Conducting Interaction with Technologically-Mediated Bodies Elizabeth Keating Chapter 13: Achieving Intersubjectivity in Augmented and Alternative Communication (AAC): Intercorporeal, Embodied and Disembodied Practices Peter Auer & Ina Hoermeyer Chapter 14: Wild Meaning: The Intercorporeal Nature of Objects, Bodies, and Words J. Scott Jordan & Chris Mays Index


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