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  1. Wildlife diseases and human health

    Contributor(s): Keith A. Clark

    Zoonoses (singular, zoonosis) are diseases transmissible from animals to man. There are over 200 such diseases; many are harbored by wildlife reservoirs. A reservoir may be defined as a source which maintains the presence of a disease in an ecosystem. Wildlife-associated "zoonoses found in Texas...

  2. Ecological and public health implications of dogs in the urban environment

    Contributor(s): Beck, A. M.

  3. Caged birds as members of the human family

    Contributor(s): Beck, A. M., Katcher, A. H.

  4. Effect of radio music and radio static on white leghorn laying hens housed in single or colony cages

    Contributor(s): Ladd, J. K., Albright, J. L., Beck, A. M., Ladd, B. T.

  5. Horsing Around with Status Symbols: Stratification in the Horse Industry

    Contributor(s): Garkovich, Lorraine

  6. The Role of Nonhuman Animals in the Worldview of Humans

    Contributor(s): Jordon, James

  7. Social, Demographic and Behavioral Correlates of Urban Iowans' Views about Farm Animal Welfare Issues

    Contributor(s): Linneman, Judith

  8. Effects of Early Experience on Marketability of Foals

    Contributor(s): Young, Margaret

  9. Animals as Facilitators of Social Capital and Character Education

    Contributor(s): Arkow, Phil

  10. "For the Birds": Cattle Egrets, Suburban Lawns, and the Federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act

    Contributor(s): Capek, Stella

  11. Conflicting Attitudes and Social Dissonance: Why Mixed Messages Lead People to Abuse and Abandon Their Companion Animals

    Contributor(s): Carlisle-Frank, Pamela, Frank, Joshua

  12. The Ruckus Society, the Zapatista Army of National Liberation, No Compromise: Three Case Studies That Highlight the Current Debates among Activist Circles on Means for Producing Social Change

    Contributor(s): Conway, Justin

  13. An Examination of the Working Class Poor: The Lives' of the Employees of a Dog Track

    Contributor(s): Ferguson, April

  14. The Benefits of Animal Assisted Therapy with Children That Are Survivors of Abuse

    Contributor(s): Hargreaves, Holly, Westerman, Patricia L., Westerman, Delores, Verge, Melissa

  15. Animals in Disasters: Issues for Sociological Study

    Contributor(s): Irvine, Leslie

  16. How Pigeons Became Rats: The Cultural-Spatial Logic of Problem Animals

    Contributor(s): Jerolmack, Colin

  17. Coyote Ugly? Aesthetics, Affect, and Support for Endangered Species

    Contributor(s): Knight, Andrew

  18. Using the Idea of the Moral Community in a Science, Technology and Society Curriculum to Increase Empathy for Animals

    Contributor(s): Kriesberg, Nell

  19. The Movement and the Media: Framing the Debate over Animal Experimentation

    Contributor(s): Kruse, Corwin

  20. Power and Politics: A Content Analysis of the Aerial Wolf Control Controversy in Interior Alaska

    Contributor(s): Mix, Tamara, Anahita, Sine