Co-sensoriality, con-sensoriality, and common-sensoriality

The complexities of sensorialities in interaction


  • Christian Meyer University of Konstanz





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How to Cite

Meyer, C. (2021). Co-sensoriality, con-sensoriality, and common-sensoriality: The complexities of sensorialities in interaction. Social Interaction. Video-Based Studies of Human Sociality, 4(3).