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By Paterson, Mark; Dodge, Martin

On condition that contact and touching is so principal to daily embodied lifestyles, why has it been principally overlooked through social scientists for therefore lengthy? what's the position of contact in our combined areas of sociality, paintings, domesticity, sport, creativity or care? What conceptual assets and educational languages will we achieve in the direction of whilst coming near near tactile actions and somatic reports during the physique? How is this  Read more...

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The guide’s body does not give help as such, but receives this gift of trust and has responsibility for its care. The gift of trust is made real in the incorporeal space of touch. We can see parallels in this exchange of trust within an inter-corporeal space of touch with Jennifer Lea’s chapter on ‘mixing bodies’ in therapeutic massage and Elizabeth Straughan’s chapter on the touch between client and beautician in the gift of facial treatment. The chapter by Bernard Andrieu, Anne-Flore Laloë and Alexandre Klein examine touch in the context of medical models of the body and health spaces, deploying a range of conceptual cases studies to shed light on what they see as new kinds of ‘biosubjective care’.

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Tactile art activities in therapy sessions can simultaneously bring somatic responses and emotional feelings to the surface, to re-present within consciousness, helping to reconnect them with their body, which is often the ‘problem’ that a person must confront in their healing. Here Bingley’s analysis articulates similar ideas to those advanced by Anne Volvey on the elemental nature of touch and how it works to unlock new knowledge about the self. The purposeful exploration of inner selfhood through the medium of touch is also a central notion in the discussion by Sara MacKian on the significance of spiritual encounters, Jennifer Lea’s contribution on therapeutic massage and Jamie Lorimer’s discussion of people ‘finding themselves’ through tactile encounters with elephants on volunteer holidays.

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