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Morlà, Teresa

Personal Information

Position: Team Members Morlà, Teresa
Research areas:
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Location: Tarragona
Description:

PhD with FI scholarship. BA in Education from the University Rovira i Virgili and Master of Research in Sociology from the University of Barcelona. She did her PhD on creativity and creative professions. Her lines of research are: Creativity, Dialogic learning, Learning communities and Social inclusion

Publications

Garcia-Yeste, C., Miri-Zeguari, O. E., Álvarez, P. & Morlà, T. (2020). Muslim women wearing the niqab in Spain: Dialogues around discrimination, identity and freedom. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 75, 95-105. [More]  [DOI]  Muslim women wearing the niqab in Spain: Dialogues around discrimination, identity and freedom
Redondo, G., Díez-Palomar, J., Campdepadrós, R. & Morlà, T. (2020). Impact Assessment in Psychological Research and Communicative Methodology. Frontiers in Psychology, . [More]  [DOI]  Impact Assessment in Psychological Research and Communicative Methodology
Morlà, T., Ríos-González, O., Mara, L. C. & Garcia-Yeste, C. (2020). Impact of the extension of learning time on the learning space of the platform for people affected by mortgages Tarragona. Learning, Culture and Social Interaction, 24. [More]  [DOI]  Impact of the extension of learning time on the learning space of the platform for people affected by mortgages Tarragona
Joanpere, M. & Morlà, T. (2019). Nuevas Masculinidades Alternativas; la lucha con y por el feminismo en el contexto universitario. Masculinities and social change, 8(1), 44-65. [More]  [DOI]  Nuevas Masculinidades Alternativas; la lucha con y por el feminismo en el contexto universitario
Morlà, T., Joanpere, M. & Papaoikonomou, E. (2019). Promoting Creativity in the Cooperative Work Environment: A Case Study of the Lacol Cooperative. The Qualitative Report, 24(11), 2722-2746. [More]  Promoting Creativity in the Cooperative Work Environment: A Case Study of the Lacol Cooperative