Interspecies intercorporeality and mediated haptic sociality: distributing perception with a guide dog

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Interspecies intercorporeality and mediated haptic sociality: distributing perception with a guide dog. / Due, Brian Lystgaard.

In: Visual Studies, 02.08.2021.

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Due, BL 2021, 'Interspecies intercorporeality and mediated haptic sociality: distributing perception with a guide dog', Visual Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/1472586X.2021.1951620

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Due, B. L. (2021). Interspecies intercorporeality and mediated haptic sociality: distributing perception with a guide dog. Visual Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/1472586X.2021.1951620

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Due BL. Interspecies intercorporeality and mediated haptic sociality: distributing perception with a guide dog. Visual Studies. 2021 Aug 2. https://doi.org/10.1080/1472586X.2021.1951620

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Due, Brian Lystgaard. / Interspecies intercorporeality and mediated haptic sociality: distributing perception with a guide dog. In: Visual Studies. 2021.

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abstract = "Some visually impaired people/persons (VIP) use guide dogs to help them navigate when walking outdoors, e.g. when shopping, visiting friends or going to work. In this article, I show how a VIP and his dog function as an interspecies assemblage, in which they co-operate to accomplish navigating and avoiding obstacles. Based on ethnomethodological multimodal conversation analysis and video ethnographic methodology, the article introduces the concepts of interspecies intercorporeality, which relates to bodily connection, and mediated haptic sociality to describe the transferral of sensory feedback through the dog harness, and thereby shows how the VIP and the dog co-operate in situ. The article contributes to visual studies by highlighting how senses other than the visual are made relevant for accomplishing simple navigational tasks, and how perception of the world is achieved through a distribution of perception-related actions.",
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