Tina Keil
PhD Researcher

Research

Research interests

  • Intergroup contact
  • Social segregation
  • Prejudice and stereotypes
  • GPS tracking technology
  • Use of technology in research methods

Research projects

Project Title: Capturing Everyday Contact: Perceptions, Experiences and Measurement of Everyday Intergroup Contact in Public and Private Settings. [Thesis].

Supervisors: Dr Miriam Koschate-Reis, Professor Mark Levine

Funding Body: EPSRC Award

Publications

Durrheim, K., Okuyan, M., Twali, M., García-Sánchez, E., Pereira, A., Portice, J., Gur, T., Wiener-Blotner, O., Keil, T. (2018). How racism discourse can mobilize right-wing populism: The construction of identity and alliance in reactions to UKIP’s Brexit "Breaking Point" campaign. Journal of Community Applied Social Psychology, doi: 10.1002/casp.2347

Alsubaie, M., Abbott, R., Dunn, B., Dickens, C., Keil, T., Henley, W., Kuyken, W. (2017). Mechanisms of action in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) in people with physical and/or psychological conditions: A systematic review. Clinical Psychological Review, doi: 10.1016/j.cpr.2017.04.008

Presentations

Keil, T., Koschate, M., Levine, M. (2018). Augmenting Traditional Methods with Mobile Technology to Inform Everyday Intergroup Contact Research. In A. Williams & M. Noor (Chairs), Awaking Social Psychology from Ideological Slumber: Raising the Potential of Relevance and Impact. Symposium conducted at the BPS Social Psychology Section Annual Conference, Keele: UK.

Keil, T., Koschate, M., Levine, M., Wood, Z. (2017). Using Technology to Capture Real-time Intergenerational Contact in Everyday Settings. In M. Koschate-Reis (Chair), Studying Intergroup Relations ‘in the Wild’: Research Methods Outside the Lab. Symposium conducted at the 18th General Meeting of The European Association of Social Psychology, Granada: Spain.

Keil, T., Koschate, M., Levine, M. (2017). Intergenerational Contact in Everyday Settings: Comparing Real-time and Retrospective Methodologies. Paper presented at the 40th Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, Edinburgh: UK.

Keil, T., Koschate, M., Levine, M. (2016). Contact between Generations: Using Technology to Capture Real-time Everyday Intergroup Contact. In Turner, R. (Chair), Shared Space, Reconciliation & Respect: Can Shared Space Promote Intergroup Reconciliation and Respect? SPSSI-UK Meeting at Queen's University, Belfast: UK.

Keil, T., Koschate, M., Levine, M. (2016). Using Technology to Capture Real-time Everyday Intergroup Contact. Paper presented at the Release The Hypotheses! Workshop 2: Techniques & Beliefs, Exeter: UK.

Keil, T., Koschate, M., Levine, M. (2015). Understanding the Perception of Everyday Micro-Contacts in an Intergroup Context. Paper presented at the BPS Developmental Section and Social Section Annual Conference, Manchester: UK.

Keil, T., Koschate, M., Levine, M. (2015). The Ambiguity, Diversity and Disparity in the Meaning and Perception of Intergroup Contact, Talk given at the 12th SoDoc Workshop der Fachgruppe Sozialpsychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs), University of Muenster: Germany.

Keil, T., Koschate, M., Levine, M. (2015). When Contact is Presumed: The Ambiguity, Diversity and Disparity in the Meaning and Perception of Contact in an Intergroup Context, Presentation, 39th Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, San Diego: CA.

Research networks

ISPP, EASP, BPS

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