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  1. Animals in the Third Reich: Pets, Scapegoats, and the Holocaust

    Contributor(s):: Beck, Alan M.

  2. Book Review

    Contributor(s):: Herzog, Harold A.

  3. READ dogs

  4. Review of 'Surviving Stalking'

    Contributor(s):: Seva, A.

  5. Pet loss in death-related literature for children

    Contributor(s):: Corr, Charles A.

  6. Images of heaven and the spiritual afterlife: Qualitative analysis of children's storybooks about death, dying, grief, and bereavement

    Contributor(s):: Malcom, Nancy L.

  7. Book Review of Comfortable Quarters for Laboratory Animals

    | Contributor(s):: Rose, Margaret A.

  8. Book review of The Human Use of Animals: Case Studies in Ethical Choice

    | Contributor(s):: Rowan, Andrew N.

  9. Factory Farming (book)

    | Contributor(s):: Swanson, Janice C.

  10. Behaviour

    | Contributor(s):: Childress, M. J. Jury S. H.

    In this chapter the authors attempt to identify the important constraints on lobster behavioural evolution due to life history, morphology, physiology, habitat, biotic interactions, and most recently human habitat alterations and fishing pressure. The focus is on recent research advances...

  11. Property, people, or pets?

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: Fiery Cushman, Marc D. Hauser, Matt Kamen, Alan M. Beck (editor)

    A child can't be owned, but parents are legally responsible for their child's care. A painting and a dog can be owned; both fall under the jurisdiction of the law and in particular, property rights. But why should a dog, man's best friend, an animal with a mind and emotions, fall...

  12. Child abuse, domestic violence and animal abuse

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: Frank R. Ascione, Phil Arkow (editor)

    The professional communities of psychologists and child welfare specialists to a deeper, higher and more encompassing awareness and understanding of the crucial linking of caring for animals and children in human experience. The combination of careful research, documentation, and compelling...

  13. The Mark of the Beast: Animality and Human Oppression

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: Mark S. Roberts

    The Mark of the Beast historically and critically examines the dire affects of the process of animalization on both humans and animals. Roberts provides a general account of the theoretical division between humans and animals begun largely in the work of Aristotle and continued in that of...

  14. The Health Benefits of Dog Walking for People and Pets: Evidence and case studies

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: Rebecca A Johnson (editor), Alan M. Beck (editor), Sandra McCune (editor)

    Obesity is at epidemic levels worldwide. In the U.S. alone, it is estimated that by 2018 the cost of treating weight-related illnesses will double to almost $350 billion a year. A 2010 report by the U.S. Surgeon General estimates that two-thirds of American adults and almost one in three...

  15. Playing with my dog Katie: An ethnomethodological study of dog-human interaction

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: David A. Goode

    The relationship between dogs and humans has been represented and contemplated since the beginning of human culture. Lasting expressions of this interest can be found in art, philosophy, literature, and science. With the rise of biological and social sciences in the nineteenth century,...

  16. New York's poop scoop law: Dogs, the dirt, and due process

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    | Contributor(s):: Michael Brandow

    It's hard to imagine eight million people trying to avoid dog refuse on the streets of New York City on a daily basis. Likewise, it's harder not to imagine New Yorkers from all walks of life picking up after their canines. Using plastic bags or trendy, mechanized devices, pet owners...