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  1. Life as a Reflexive Project: The Logics of Ethical Veganism and Meat-Eating

    Contributor(s):: Presser, L., Schally, J. L., Vossler, C.

  2. Animals "R" Us: Egomorphism in/for Science and Environmental Education

    Contributor(s):: Monteiro, R., Reis, G.

  3. Responding to the problem of ‘food security’ in animal cruelty policy debates: building alliances between animal-centred and human-centred work on food system issues

    Contributor(s):: Evans, Brodie, Johnson, Hope

  4. Odering the Feral Cat: Stakeholder Perspectives on Cat Overpopulation

    Contributor(s):: Kyle Hutson

    This paper discusses the historical and cultural ways in which people attempt to order the domestic cat both spatially and conceptually, with special attention to how this ordering influences perceptions of feral cats. Feral cats are unowned or semi-owned and live entirely unconfined to a home,...

  5. Vegaphobia: derogatory discourses of veganism and the reproduction of speciesism in UK national newspapers

    Contributor(s):: Cole, Matthew

  6. The Obscurantist Turn in Anthropology: From Zoomania to Animalism in the West

    Contributor(s):: Digard, Jean-Pierre

  7. Confrontation and Support in Bonobo-Human Discourse

    Contributor(s):: Benson, James, Fries, Peter, Greaves, William, Iwamoto, Kazuyoshi, Savage-Rumbaugh, Sue, Taglialatela, Jared

  8. To Go to the Dogs, or: Against Being Dead Serious

    Contributor(s):: Penzinger, Christine

  9. Interactions between Cats and Humans in a Natural Setting: Human Verbalizations and Feline Vocalizations

    Contributor(s):: Rubi, Serge

  10. Constructing the Biotech Nonhuman Animal: Instrumentalism and Ambivalence

    Contributor(s):: Ung-Lanki, S.

  11. Bonding with commodities: Social constructions and implications of human-animal relationships in contemporary livestock production

    Contributor(s):: Candace C. Croney

    Terminology used in the discourse of industrialized livestock production hassled some to characterize human–animal relationships within the animal industries as exploitive and oppressive; because the human–animal bond promotes concern for animal welfare, the apparent exclusion of that...

  12. Djurens skepnader: Narhet och distans i diskurs och livsvarld

    Contributor(s):: Falkengren, Jutta

  13. Talking about horses: Control and freedom in the world of "natural horsemanship"

    Contributor(s):: Birke, L.

  14. Degrees of Anthropocentrism in Accounts of Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions

    Contributor(s):: Kuha, M.

  15. Discourse and Wolves: Science, Society, and Ethics

    Contributor(s):: Lynn, W. S.

  16. Moral Disengagement and Support for Nonhuman Animal Farming

    Contributor(s):: Mitchell, L.

  17. The cunning dingo

    Contributor(s):: Parker, M.

  18. Discourse representation in political interviews: The construction of identities and relations through voicing and ventriloquizing

    Contributor(s):: Lauerbach, Gerda

  19. All in the family: Small stories and narrative construction of a shared family identity that includes pets

    Contributor(s):: Tovares, Alla V.

  20. Animals in the media: New boundaries of risk?

    Contributor(s):: Gerber, David L. J., Burton-Jeangros, Claudine, Dubied, Annik