Warda, T. (2022). Interspecies emotional labour: The importance of distinguishing between emotion work and emotional labour. TRACE ∴ Journal for Human-Animal Studies
View here: https://trace.journal.fi/article/view/111345?fbclid=IwAR3AhI3-jjLyhGASDKWAPoJkR7zW-4Up_DxlpZz5_cQdqC5QKnC73n9-GNY
Howell, T., et al. (2022). Defining Terms Used for Animals Working in Support Roles for People with Support Needs. Animals, 12(15).
View here: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-2615/12/15/1975
The following academic articles have been officially accepted and are in the process of publication.
Warda, T. (being copyedited). Dis/ability: A discussion on creating more accessible employment for disabled assistance dog instructors. Society & Animals.
Warda, T. (being copyedited). Emotions at Work: Acknowledging the emotional labour of guide dog mobility instructors. Society & Animals.
Warda, T. (being copyedited). “Jingle Bells”: How do bells affect the well-being, safety, and identity of guide dog teams? Society & Animals.
Warda, T., Aiello, T., and Hill, K. (being copyedited). Nonhuman Animals as Symbols in the #BlackLivesMatter Protests of 2020. Society & Animals.
Hurn, et al. (forthcoming). A preliminary assessment of the impacts of C-19 on animal welfare and human- animal interactions in the UK and beyond. Social Sciences and Humanities Open. DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.3608580