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  1. Social detox

    Contributor(s):: Renn Hartmann

    The extent of animal abuse, neglect and abandonment places increased pressure on animal welfare organisations to protect the welfare of animals. Such organisations operate under restricting circumstances, doing what they can with what they have and under heavy reliance on support from the public....

  2. A Quantitative Study of Animal-Assisted Interventions with Youth Who Have Experienced Maltreatment

    Contributor(s):: Meghan Elizabeth Anderson

    Youth who have experienced maltreatment (abuse, neglect, exposure to violence) typically exhibit worse life outcomes (lower graduation rates, higher incident of substance use, unplanned pregnancies, etc.). Effective therapeutic interventions are important to combat these negative effects. Animal...

  3. The Rescuers: intersections of individual and group activism and the recognition of the human-animal "Link"

    Contributor(s):: Andrea Button

    Academics, victims, and advocates have increasingly brought attention to the need for programs and policies to protect and shelter nonhuman victims of domestic violence. Research focused on the “Link” between human-based violence and violence against animals has played a significant...

  4. Impact of animal assisted therapy on troubled teenage girls

    Contributor(s):: Drishti, Goenka

  5. The Perpetration of Adulthood Animal Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence in Men and Women Arrested for Domestic Violence

    Contributor(s):: Jeniimarie Febres

    Intimate partner violence (IPV) occurs at devastatingly high rates in the United States. The current interventions for perpetrators of IPV are limited in their effectiveness. Research regarding characteristics of perpetrators of IPV may provide needed insights about their aggression in order to...

  6. The connection between domestic violence and animal cruelty in Puerto Rico: An anthropological study

    Contributor(s):: Vazquez Soto, Nancy Y.

    Violence against women is one of Puerto Rico’s most critical social problems and for this reason, anthropological thought is critically necessary. Some women in Puerto Rico are vulnerable to situations of violence and control through domestic violence while their animals become involved in...

  7. The effects of dolphin interactions with children diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

    Contributor(s):: Faye, Elissa