Attitudes in China, Japan, and the Netherlands Toward the Use of Animals in Medical Research
Contributor(s):: Su, Bingtao, Zhang, Chao, Martens, Pim
The use of animals in medical research raises ethical challenges. In light of this moral issue, this study sought to investigate and compare people’s attitudes toward the use of ten animal species in medical research based on data collected from China (n = 504; men = 294, women = 210), Japan (n =...
One Health Animal Disaster Management: An Ethics of Care Approach
Contributor(s):: Anthony, Raymond, De Paula Vieira, Andreia
In this article, we consider the One Health framework for orienting guidance for animal disaster management through an ethics of care approach. While One Health was created at the beginning of the 21st century in response to the persistence of emerging infectious diseases and the view that the...
Recommendations for Transdisciplinary Professional Competencies and Ethics for Animal-Assisted Therapies and Interventions
| Contributor(s):: Trevathan-Minnis, M., Johnson, A., Howie, A. R.
AAI is a transdisciplinary field that has grown exponentially in recent decades. This growth has not always been synergistic across fields, creating a need for more consistent language and standards, a call for which many professionals in the field have made. Under the umbrella of human-animal...
The Moral Foundations of Care and Authority and the Perception of Animal Mind in Relation to Violence Against Animals
| Contributor(s):: Potocka, Agnieszka
The disruptive 'other'? Exploring human-animal relations in tourism through videography
| Contributor(s):: Haanpaa, M., Salmela, T., Garcia-Rosell, J. C., Aijala, M.
Conceptualizing Indigenous Human-Animal Relationships in Aotearoa New Zealand: An Ethical Perspective
| Contributor(s):: Woodhouse, J., Carr, A., Liebergreen, N., Anderson, L., Beausoleil, N. J., Zobel, G., King, M.
This article considers the complexity and diversity of ethical concepts and beliefs held by Māori, the indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand (hereafter New Zealand), relating to animals. A combination of interviews and focus group discussions were conducted with individuals who identify as...
Emotional support animals: A framework for clinical decision-making
| Contributor(s):: Ferrell, Jillian, Crowley, Susan L.
Caring and Killing: Care Labor and Feminist Ethics in the Animal Research Laboratory
| Contributor(s):: Warren, Caroline
Species and Psyche: Anthropomorphism and Environmentalism in Human-Animal Metafiction
| Contributor(s):: Surendranathan, Hema
Effects of Human-Animal Interactions with Companion Animals on Stress and Anxiety in Nursing Students
| Contributor(s):: Ballenger, Karen Elizabeth
Hyperanimals: Framing Livestock and Climate Change in Danish Imaginaries
| Contributor(s):: Winter, Drew Robert
The Spectacular Environmentalism of Cecil the Lion
| Contributor(s):: McCubbin, Sandra Gillian
Animal-Assisted Interventions as an Adjunct to ABA Services with Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder
| Contributor(s):: Ghai, Jessica Lee
Ethical Guidelines for Working with Animals in Clinical Settings
| Contributor(s):: Eccles, Emily P.
Animal Assisted Interventions in the Green Care Framework: A Literature Review
| Contributor(s):: Galardi, M., De Santis, M., Moruzzo, R., Mutinelli, F., Contalbrigo, L.
Green Care (GC) and Animal Assisted Interventions (AAI) are recognised practices useful to enhance the wellbeing of people through interaction with nature and animals. This study aims at understanding the interconnections between GC and AAI by analysing deeply which interaction with animals is...
Improvising care: Managing experimental animals at a Japanese laboratory
| Contributor(s):: Suzuki, Wakana
Rogue elephants in the news: A cultural-discursive study
| Contributor(s):: Granden, Michelle
Scientific and Ethical Issues in Exporting Welfare Findings to Different Animal Subpopulations: The Case of Semi-Captive Elephants Involved in Animal-Visitor Interactions (AVI) in South Africa
| Contributor(s):: Barbara de Mori, Elena Stagni, Linda Ferrante, Gregory Vogt, Keith A. Ramsay, Simona Normando
Elephants are charismatic, cognitively highly-developed animals, whose management conditions can vary along a “wild–captive continuum.” Several protocols have been proposed for the assessment of zoo elephants’ welfare. It is important to investigate the possible...
Animal welfare during a period of intensification: The views of confinement and alternative pig producers
| Contributor(s):: Molnar, M., Fraser, D.
Aggregating animal welfare indicators: can it be done in a transparent and ethically robust way?
| Contributor(s):: Sandoe, P., Corr, S. A., Lund, T. B., Forkman, B.