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  1. "My Dog Did the Cutest Thing": Identity Construction and Maintenance among Dog Owners

    Contributor(s): Ramirez, Michael

  2. Animal Foster Care: Empowerment for Women in a Patriarchal Society?

    Contributor(s): Roemer, Denise

  3. Goffman, Pets, and People: An Analysis of Humans and Their Companion Animals

    Contributor(s): Sarmicanic, Lisa

  4. Taking 'Ownership of a Social Problem' in the Environmental and Animal Rights Movement: Challenges and Obstacles

    Contributor(s): Shemtov, Ronit

  5. The Interactions of Domestic Violence Victims and Offenders after the Arrest Event

    Contributor(s): Stephens, B., Sinden, Peter

  6. Hurricane Evacuation Problems and Family Pets

    Contributor(s): Wilson, Kenneth, Reiser, Christa

  7. The Consequences of Domestic Dogs in Urban Areas

    Contributor(s): Young, Margaret

  8. The Relationship of Animal Abuse to Violence and Other Forms of Anti-Social Behavior

    Contributor(s): Arluke, Arnold, Levin, Jack, Luke, Carter

  9. Science, Human Health and the Oppression of Nonhuman Animals: Morality and the Development of Transgenic Nonhuman Animals for Human Use

    Contributor(s): Peggs, Kay

  10. CROSS SPECIES DATA ON AGGRESSION

    Contributor(s): Barchas, Patricia

  11. "Scientists'" Response to the New Age and Animal Rights Movements

    Contributor(s): Bevins, George

  12. Social Elites in the Organization and Regulation of Sport

    Contributor(s): Case, Carole

  13. Gender and Social Movement Outcomes: A Comparison of Two Animal Rights Campaigns

    Contributor(s): Einwohner, Rachel

  14. Accounting for Abuse: Neutralizing and Rationalizing Animal Cruelty

    Contributor(s): Goodney, Suzanne

  15. Proletarianization: Transformation of the American Cowboy, 1865-1890

    Contributor(s): Gouldner, Janet

  16. Seams in the Garment of Life: The Value Structure of Environmentalists and Medical Ethicists

    Contributor(s): Hughes, James

  17. Collective Identity at an Animal Rights Sanctuary

    Contributor(s): Jagger, Lake

  18. Animal Rights and Anti-Nuclear Protest: Condensing Symbols and the Critique of Instrumental Reason

    Contributor(s): Jasper, James, Poulsen, Jane

  19. Dietary Laws in Judaism and Islam: Common Practices and Divergent Meanings

    Contributor(s): Klausner, Samuel

  20. Sentient Beings or Research Tools? Images, Framing and the Construction of the Animal Experimentation Debate

    Contributor(s): Kruse, Corwin