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Building better bonds: Facilitating interdisciplinary knowledge exchange within the study of the human-animal bond

By Christopher C Charles

Category Journal Articles
Abstract

There is an increasing need among policymakers, practitioners, and researchers involved in the study and application of the human–animal bond to share and produce knowledge with each other to achieve their respective goals. Challenges posed by interdisciplinary and intercultural communication inhibit knowledge exchange and joint knowledge production efforts among these groups. Knowledge management systems, such as HABRI Central, can facilitate interdisciplinary knowledge exchange by providing a framework to overcome many of the obstacles associated with interdisciplinary and intercultural communication.

Submitter

Katie Carroll

Date 2014
Publication Title Animal Frontiers
Volume 4
Issue 3
Pages 37-42
ISBN/ISSN 2160-6064
Publisher The American Society of Animal Science
DOI 10.2527/af.2014-0020
URL http://www.animalfrontiers.org/content/4/3/37.full
Language English
Additional Language English
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  1. Animal roles
  2. Animals in culture
  3. Evidence
  4. Human-animal bond
  5. Human-animal interactions
  6. Interdisciplinary work
  7. Knowledge
  8. Pet ownership