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  1. An evaluative review of theories: related to animal cruelty

    Contributor(s):: Gullone, E.

    The two dominant theories relating to animal cruelty are critically reviewed. These are the violence graduation hypothesis and the deviance generalization hypothesis. The outcomes indicate very high consistency with the broader antisocial behavior and aggression literature, which is large and...

  2. Human-Animal Meeting Points: Use of Space in the Household Arena in Past Societies

    Contributor(s):: Oma, K. A.

    The construction and use of space is highly structuring in the Jives of household members of both human and non-human animals. The choice of social practice is embedded in the ways in which both human and non-human animals physically organize the world around them. The architectural vestiges of...

  3. Dog at My Feet: A Moment of Identity Construction within Dissertation Acknowledgements

    Contributor(s):: Billany, R.

    Human-animal studies (HAS) is a legitimate and multidisciplinary academic endeavor. In the last three decades, there has been a proliferation of articles revealing multiple ways of knowing about the human-animal relationship. This paper, informed by social psychological theories, turns the mirror...

  4. Toward a theory of justice for animals

    Contributor(s):: Garner, R.

    This highly recommended book explores the animal ethics debate from the perspective of Western political thought, offering the reader not only a survey but also the framework for an original interest-based theory of animal rights. Cochrane's operating definition of justice is of limited use, and...

  5. Ein Fall ‒ viele Einfälle [One case, many cases]

    Contributor(s):: Solmaz, Eva

  6. Children's Attention to Beliefs in Interactive Persuasion Tasks

    Contributor(s):: Bartsch, Karen, London, Kamala, Campbell, Michelle Diane

  7. Bereavement in late adolescence: interventions on college campuses

    Contributor(s):: Floerchinger, Debra S.

  8. Gender Stereotyping in Young Children: Evidence to Support a Concept-Learning Approach

    Contributor(s):: Cowan, Gloria, Hoffman, Charles D.

  9. Pet Ownership and Older Women: The Relationships Among Loneliness, Pet Attachment Support, Human Social Support, and Depressed Mood

    Contributor(s):: Krause-Parello, Cheryl A.

  10. Equine-Facilitated Psychotherapy: The Gap between Practice and Knowledge

    Contributor(s):: Bachi, K.

  11. Farm animal welfare: a new repertoire of nature-society relations or modernism re-embedded? (Special issue: Nature-Society-Rurality)

    Contributor(s):: Buller, H., Morris, C.

    Within society, farm animal welfare is moving up the policy and moral agenda as many of the industrial processes associated with animal farming are now being called into question. In the academe, there is growing intellectual interest in the relationship of humanity to animality and the porosity...

  12. Feminism and the treatment of animals: From care to dialogue

    Contributor(s):: Donovan, Josephine

  13. On seeing human: A three-factor theory of anthropomorphism

    Contributor(s):: Epley, Nicholas, Waytz, Adam, Cacioppo, John T.

  14. Companions in presence: Animal assistants and eldercare

    Contributor(s):: Koppel, Michael S.

  15. Terminology think tank: Social dominance theory as it relates to dogs

    Contributor(s):: Steinker, Angelica

  16. Scientific ideology, anthropomorphism, anecdote and ethics

    Contributor(s):: Rollin, Bernard E.

  17. Exposing violences: using women's human rights theory to reconceptualize food rights

    Contributor(s):: Bellows, A. C.

    Exposing food violences (hunger, malnutrition, and poisoning from environmental mismanagement) requires policy action that confronts the structured invisibility of these violences. Along with the hidden deprivation of food is the physical and political isolation of critical knowledge on food...

  18. The least harm principle may require that humans consume a diet containing large herbivores, not a vegan diet

    Contributor(s):: Davis, S. L.

    Based on his theory of animal rights, Regan concludes that humans are morally obligated to consume a vegetarian or vegan diet. When it was pointed out to him that even a vegan diet results in the loss of many animals of the field, he said that while that may be true, we are still obligated to...

  19. What's the moral of the GM food story? (Special Issue: Two systems - one world.)

    Contributor(s):: Fraser, V.

    This paper is an attempt to examine issues and problems raised by agricultural biotechnology by drawing on the richness of contemporary ideas in ethical theory and thereby contribute to the project of establishing new approaches to these problems. The fundamental argument is that many of the...

  20. Do regulators of animal welfare need to develop a theory of psychological well-being? (Special Issue: Two systems - one world.)

    Contributor(s):: Haynes, R. P.