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  1. Silence and denial in everyday life - the case of animal suffering. (Special issue: Minding animals: Emerging issues concerning our relationships with other animals.)

    Contributor(s): Wicks, D.

    How can we make sense of the fact that we live in a world where good people co-exist in silence about widespread animal suffering. How is it that sites of suffering such as laboratories, factory farms, abattoirs and animal transportation are all around us and yet we 'do not, in a certain sense,...

  2. Animals and Neolithic schematic art in southern France: Between the real and the ideal

    Contributor(s): Hameau, Philippe

  3. The development of the exploitation of products from Capra and Ovis (meat, milk and fleece) from the PPNB to the Early Bronze in the northern Near East (8700 to 2000 BC cal.)

    Contributor(s): Helmer, Daniel, Gourichon, Lionel, Vila, Emmanuelle

  4. Whose Bones are those? Preliminary Comparative Analysis of Fragmented Human and Animal Bones in the "Death Pit" at Domuztepe, a Late Neolithic Settlement in Southeastern Turkey

    Contributor(s): Kansa, Sarah Whitcher, Gauld, Suellen C., Campbell, Stuart, Carter, Elizabeth

  5. The bestiary of Lautreamont. Classification of animals with commentary

    Contributor(s): Lassalle, Jean-Pierre

  6. French horse in pieces Status of the animal, status of its meat

    Contributor(s): Lizet, Bernadette

  7. Eating dog in Tahiti an identary affirmation?

    Contributor(s): Mallol, Christophe Serra

  8. The crested porcupine, Hystrix cristata L., 1758, in Italy

    Contributor(s): Masseti, Marco, Albarella, Umberto, Mazzorin, Jacopo De Grossi

  9. The horse in early Ireland

    Contributor(s): McCormick, Finbar

  10. The role of animals in the corpus of engraved graffiti on chruch walls in Parisian basin (16th-18th cent.)

    Contributor(s): Montenat, Christian, Guiho-Montenat, Marie-Laure

  11. Occupational Histories, Settlements, and Subsistence in Western India: What Bones and Genes can tell us about the Origins and Spread of Pastoralism

    Contributor(s): Patel, Ajita K.

  12. Building memories: commemorative deposits at Catalhoyuk

    Contributor(s): Russell, Nerissa, Martin, Louise, Twiss, Katheryn C.

  13. Hallan Cemi Tepesi: High-ranked Game Exploitation alongside Intensive Seed Processing at the Epipaleolithic-Neolithic Transition in Southeastern Turkey

    Contributor(s): Starkovich, Britt M., Stiner, Mary C.

  14. Was milk a "secondary product" in the Old World Neolithisation process? Its role in the domestication of cattle, sheep and goats

    Contributor(s): Vigne, Jean-Denis, Helmer, Daniel

  15. Saying goodbye. Helping clients face the loss of a pet

    Contributor(s): Alstine, C. van

  16. Euthanasia and the management of the client's grief

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

  17. The veterinarian and the human animal bond

    Contributor(s): Cooper, A. G.

  18. The human-animal bond in healthcare

    Contributor(s): Buettner, L., Gibson, K.

  19. Establishing pet visitation in a hospital setting

    Contributor(s): Johnstone, M.

  20. Zoonotic disease concerns in animal-assisted therapy and animal visitation programs

    Contributor(s): Waltner-Toews, D.

    In a survey of 150 systematically selected US animal care agencies and 74 Canadian humane societies to determine the prevalence of animal assisted therapy (AAT) programmes (concerns about, and experience with zoonotic diseases; and precautions taken to prevent zoonotic disease transmission) 69 US...