Public Opinion About Punishment for Animal Abuse in Spain: Animal Attributes as Predictors of Attitudes Toward Penalties
Contributor(s):: Bernuz Beneitez, María José, María, Gustavo A.
Keeping Man's Best Friend His Best Friend: Why Minors Should Not Witness Animal Abuse and Legislation that can Prevent this Exposure
| Contributor(s):: Kaleah M. Ault
Understanding and Conceptualizing Childhood Animal Harm: A Meta-Narrative Systematic Review
| Contributor(s):: Wauthier, Laura M., Williams, Joanne M.
Several perspectives inform research on Childhood Animal Cruelty (CAC), but these perspectives are poorly integrated with each other and there is little dialogue with the rest of the child–animal interaction (CAI) literature. This study reviews the current empirical and theoretical literature on...
Animal Abuse Proclivity Among Women: Exploring Callousness, Sadism, and Psychopathy Traits
| Contributor(s):: Ireland, Jane L., Birch, Philip, Lewis, Michael, Mian, Ushna, Ireland, Carol A.
Intimate Partner Violence, Animal Maltreatment, and Animal Safekeeping: Findings From a Public Survey
| Contributor(s):: Giesbrecht, C. J.
Characterization of Suspected Crimes against Companion Animals in Portugal
| Contributor(s):: Araújo, D., Lima, C., Mesquita, J. R., Amorim, I., Ochôa, C.
Animal crimes are a widespread phenomenon with serious implications for animal welfare, individual well-being and for society in general. These crimes are universal and represent a major problem in human/animal interaction. In Portugal, current law 69/2014 criminalizes the mistreatment and...
Demographic Characteristics of Individuals Who Abuse Animals: A Systematic Review
| Contributor(s):: Lisa Emmett, Nina Kasacek, Birgit Ursula Stetina
The purpose of the following review is to evaluate current literature on animal abuse including animal hoarding and zoophilia to identify demographic characteristics of adults who abuse animals. The review was conducted by using the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Review and...
Attitudes of Clinical Psychologists Towards the Reporting of Nonhuman Animal Abuse
| Contributor(s):: Laetitia Geoffroy-Dallery
Research consistently demonstrates that nonhuman animals are capable of cognition and complex emotions, but their legal status in the United States remains similar to that of property. As such, they are not protected under laws mandating psychologists to report suspicions of abuse of...
College Students' Experiences of Nonhuman Animal Harm in the United States and The Bahamas
| Contributor(s):: Fielding, W., Cronin, T. W., Risley-Curtiss, C.
"Animals May Take Pity on Us": Using Traditional Tribal Beliefs to Address Animal Abuse and Family Violence Within Tribal Nations
Revisiting a Link: Animal Abuse, Bullying, and Empathy in Australian Youth
| Contributor(s):: Denise Parkes, Tania Signal
Experience of deliberate animal harm has been found to be a risk factor for school-based violence and later criminality. However, much of the extant research is based on retrospective or caregiver reports with few studies surveying youth directly. The aim of the current study was to address...
Attitudes to Animal Abuse in Veterinary Practice in Poland
| Contributor(s):: Pręgowski, Michał Piotr, Cieślik, Sandra
Over the last two decades, animal abuse and neglect, as well as the relationship between animal abuse and domestic violence, have been the subject of numerous academic inquiries. Existing studies on this issue have primarily been conducted in Anglo-Saxon and Western European countries, and little...
Development of a Canine Care and Welfare Knowledge Scale: Implications for Welfare and Preventing Dogfighting
| Contributor(s):: Iliopoulou, Maria A., Rosenbaum, Rene P., Carleton, Carla L.
The objective of this study was to develop a Canine Care and Welfare Knowledge (CCWK) Scale for use in educational intervention development and evaluation and validate the instrument. The study population was 504 children, aged 11 to 19 years old, from Detroit, MI. In this cross-sectional study,...
Mandated Reporting of Suspected Animal Harm by Australian Veterinarians: Community Attitudes
| Contributor(s):: Acutt, Donna, Signal, Tania, Taylor, Nik
Research demonstrates that animal abuse is linked with various forms of interpersonal violence and that veterinarians themselves are concerned about this link. However, Australian veterinarians are not currently mandated to report cases of suspected animal abuse (AA), a position outlined by the...
Fleeing with Fido: an Analysis of What Canadian Domestic Violence Shelters Are Communicating Via their Websites about Leaving an Abusive Relationship when Pets Are Involved
| Contributor(s):: Gray, Allison, Barrett, Betty Jo, Fitzgerald, Amy, Peirone, Amy
Protect Pets, Protect Families: Time for Legal Change | Mandy MacLeod | TEDxUAlberta
| Contributor(s):: Mandy MacLeod
Mandy MacLeod explores the largely unrecognized issue of the effect of domestic violence on family pets. Born in Kitchener, Ontario, Mandy studied drama and theatre performance in Calgary before attending law school at the University of Alberta. There she met her (now) husband, and the love of...
Domestic violence and companion animals in the context of LGBT people's relationships
| Contributor(s):: Nik Taylor, Heather Fraser, Damien W Riggs
The link between domestic violence and animal abuse has now been well established, indicating that where there is one form of abuse, there is often the other. Research on this link, however, has almost exclusively focused on heterosexual cisgender people’s relationships. Lacking, then, is...
Help-Seeking Among Abused Women With Pets: Evidence From a Canadian Sample
| Contributor(s):: Barrett, B. J., Fitzgerald, A., Peirone, A., Stevenson, R., Cheung, C. H.
Dog Breed Discrimination in Criminology and Public Knowledge
| Contributor(s):: Megan Ekkert
Animal abuse is never an easy topic for people to discuss. Until recently, animal abuse was only considered a misdemeanor charge under the law, but now it can be considered a felony charge. While that should be good news for animals, there are still a lot of questions when it comes to animal...
Attitude change regarding animal abuse in adults the effect of education and visual aids
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| Contributor(s):: Ashley Carter
Additionally, images of animals alone immediately increased attitudes regarding treatment of animals. This difference does not appear to increase further over time. Images of animals alone appear to aid in immediately altering individuals' sense of continuity with animals. The attitude that...