Celf Specialization: Psychocultural Studies and Medical Anthropology
The identification of emotion work in parent-child interactions, including emotion work during homework, emotion work in the context of family members’ emotional distress, and emotion work in narrative context
CELF Working Papers
Heather Willihnganz & Leah Wingard (2004). “Exploring Emotion Work in Interaction.” Working Paper No. 29. UCLA Sloan Center on Everyday Lives of Families.
Heather Willihnganz (2002). “Parent-Child Interaction Observation Systems: A Review of Methods of Psychological Research.” Working Paper No. 7. UCLA Sloan Center on Everyday Lives of Families.
2004 Willihnganz, H. & Wingard, L. “Exploring the Concept of ‘Emotion Work’ in Family Interaction.” Invited presentation at the Emory Center for Myth and Ritual in American Life: A Sloan Center for Working Families (Bradd Shore, Director). Atlanta, GA, September.
2004 Willihnganz, H. & Wingard L. “Exploring Emotion Work in Homework Interactions.” 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association.
2004 Willihnganz, H. & Wingard L. “Exploring the Concept of ‘Emotion Work’ in Interaction.” Presented at the Sloan Work-Family Centers Annual Conference, hosted by the MIT Workplace Center: A Sloan Foundation Center, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, May.
2004 Willihnganz, H. & Wingard L. “When Homework Gets Emotional.” Presented at the UCLA/Sloan Center on Everyday Lives of Families Winter 2004 Data Workshop: Emotional Meaning in Social Interaction, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, January