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  1. Reproducing Dominion: Emotional Apprenticeship in the 4-H Youth Livestock Program

    Contributor(s):: Ellis, C., Irvine, L.

  2. Domestic Violence and Dog Care in New Providence, The Bahamas

    Contributor(s):: Fielding, W. J.

  3. Functional links between intimate partner violence and animal abuse: Personality features and representations of aggression

    Contributor(s):: Gupta, M.

  4. Bullying and animal abuse: Is there a connection?

    Contributor(s):: Henry, B. C., Sanders, C. E.

  5. Animal abuse issues in therapy: A survey of therapists' attitudes

    Contributor(s):: Schaefer, Karen D., Hays, Kimberly A., Steiner, Robert L.

  6. Animal Abuse and Domestic Violence: A View from the Border

    | Contributor(s):: Faver, Catherine, Cavazos, Alonzo

    Previous research indicates that batterers often threaten or harm pets in order to intimidate and control their female partners. Most of this research, however, has been limited to samples comprised primarily of non-Hispanic women. To address this gap, this paper reports findings from a survey...

  7. Fear, guilt, and grief: Harm to pets and the emotional abuse of women

    | Contributor(s):: Faver, Catherine A., Strand, Elizabeth B.

  8. Animal Abuse, Family Violence, and Child Wellbeing: A Review

    | Contributor(s):: McPhedran, Samara

  9. Animal abuse and developmental psychopathology

    | Contributor(s):: Ascione, Frank R., Maruyama, Mika

  10. Rural and Urban Differences in the Commission of Animal Cruelty

    | Contributor(s):: Tallichet, Suzanne E., Hensley, Christopher

  11. Criminalizing protests about animal abuse. Recent Irish experience in global context

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: Yates, Roger

    "Supporters of the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (2006) label as “terrorists” mainstream animal welfare corporations such as the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PeTA). Animal advocates fear that conventional forms of...

  12. Why family professionals can no longer ignore violence toward animals

    | Contributor(s):: Flynn, Clifton P.

  13. Why is it a crime to stomp on a goldfish? Harm, victimhood and the structure of anti-cruelty offenses

    | Contributor(s):: Mississippi Law Journal

    In the article it is argued that, contrary to what prominent animal law scholars such as Gary Francione claim, we have decided to criminalize harm to animals primarily because we are concerned about the wellbeing of such creatures, not because doing so furthers some other human interest. I do so...

  14. Protecting the family pet: the newface of maryland: Domestic violence protective orders

    | Contributor(s):: Gary C. Norman

    Domestic violence is on the rise, and pets are increasingly becoming the victims of marital disputes. There is a demonstrated link between acts and offenses of domestic violence and animal abuse. Domestic abusers often do not think twice about beating or otherwise harming pets that have bonded...

  15. Gender differences in human-animal interactions: A review

    | Contributor(s):: Herzog, Harold A.

    I review the direction and magnitude (effect sizes) of gender differences that have been reported in several areas of human-animal interactions. These include: attitudes toward the treatment of animals, attachment to pets, involvement in animal protectionism, animal hoarding, hunting, animal...

  16. Non-accidental injury in companion animals in the Republic of Ireland

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: Kristina McGuinness, Boyd R. Jones, Mary Allen

    Non-accidental injury (NAI), animal abuse and “battered pet” syndrome are terms used to identify “the intentional harm of an animal”. The terms include, but are not limited to, wilful neglect, inflicting injury, pain or distress, or malicious killing of an animal. Three categories of abuse are...

  17. Domestic violence and animal cruelty: Untangling the web of abuse

    | Contributor(s):: Faver, Catherine A., Strand, Elizabeth B.

  18. The development of the PET scale for the measurement of physical and emotional tormenting against animals in adolescents

    | Contributor(s):: Baldry, A. C.

  19. From animal abuse to interhuman violence? A critical review of the progression thesis

    | Contributor(s):: Beirne, P.

    This paper reviews evidence of a progression from animal abuse to interhuman violence. It finds that the ''progression thesis" is supported not by a coherent research program but by disparate studies often lacking methodological and conceptual clarity. Set in the context of a debate...

  20. Horse maiming in the English countryside: Moral panic, human deviance, and the social construction of victimhood

    | Contributor(s):: Yates, R., Powell, C., Beirne, P.