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Was Jack the Ripper a Slaughterman? Human-Animal Violence and the World's Most Infamous Serial Killer
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Contributor(s):: Andrew Knight, Katherine D Watson
Hundreds of theories exist concerning the identity of “Jack the Ripper”. His propensity for anatomical dissection with a knife—and in particular the rapid location and removal of specific organs—led some to speculate that he must have been surgically trained. However,...
Comparison of the legislation regarding dangerous dogs between five federal states of Germany
Contributor(s):: Katharina Hoppe
Every single federal state of Germany regulates the issue of dangerous dogs individually. There are two legislations on federal level concerning dangerous dogs, the Act on restriction of keeping or importing dangerous dogs into the inland (Gesetz zur Beschränkung des Verbringens oder der...
Practical veterinary forensics
Contributor(s):: Bailey, D.
The book serves as a reference for the reader to appreciate the current workload of a forensic vet and to provide an insight into the scale and complexity of the specialism that is veterinary forensics. Topics discussed are: introduction to veterinary forensics; forensic philosophy; law and...
The human-animal interaction
Contributor(s):: Swan, P., Bailey, D.
Human-animal relationships are far from fading in importance or reducing in number, despite progressive urbanization and industrialization. With increasing protection for animals being sought by legislation around the world and the recognition of important connections in our interactions with...
One Health: The complex issue of dog bites
Contributor(s):: Bailey, D., Leicester, L.
Methods for Forensic Animal Maltreatment Evaluations
Contributor(s):: Tedeschi, Philip, Levitt, Lacey, Patronek, Gary, Grisso, Thomas
Forensic entomology of decomposing humans and their decomposing pets
Contributor(s):: Sanford, M. R.
Domestic pets are commonly found in the homes of decedents whose deaths are investigated by a medical examiner or coroner. When these pets become trapped with a decomposing decedent they may resort to feeding on the body or succumb to starvation and/or dehydration and begin to decompose as well....
Going to the dogs : human remains detection dogs in archaeology
Contributor(s):: Skowronek, Russell K.
Animal behavior forensics: evaluation of dangerous dogs and cruelty victims
Contributor(s):: Reid, P. J., Miller, L., Zawistowski, S.
Shelters are frequently faced with caring for animal who are embroiled in legal cases. This chapter outlines the history of forensic behavior evaluations and mades recommendations for appropriate assessment tools.
Animal abuse in culture and society: animal abuse in food and fibre production
Contributor(s):: Tiplady, Catherine
Animal abuse in culture and society: animal abuse in hunting, sport, entertainment and art
Animal abuse in culture and society: education and animal abuse
Animal abuse in culture and society: feminist aspects of animal abuse
Animal abuse in culture and society: religion, philosophy, and ethics - how these affect our treatment of animals
Animal abuse: defining the problem: history of animal abuse
Animal abuse: defining the problem: what is animal abuse?
Animal abuse: defining the problem: why some people are cruel to animals
Animal abuse: defining the problem: why some people care for animals
Animal abuse: the animal side - helping the animals involved: animal abuse case studies and treatment
Animal abuse: the animal side - helping the animals involved: behavioural consequences of animal abuse and its remedies
Contributor(s):: Day, Cam, Day, Cassandra, Tiplady, Catherine