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  1. Cat culture, human culture: an ethnographic study of a cat shelter

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    Contributor(s):: J. M Alger, S. F Alger

    This study explores the value of traditional ethnographic methods in sociology for the study of human-animal and animal-animal interactions and culture. Itargues that some measure of human-animal intersubjectivity is possible and that the method of participant observation is best suited to...

  2. "I fell in love with Carlos the meerkat" :engagement and detachment in human-animal relations

    Contributor(s):: Candea, Matei

  3. A longitudinal test of the belief that companion animal ownership can help reduce loneliness

    Contributor(s):: Gilbey, A., McNicholas, J., Collis, G. M.

    The widely held belief that companion animal ownership can help to reduce loneliness was tested using a quasi-experimental longitudinal design. Over a six-month period, 59 participants completed the UCLA-Loneliness Scale when they were seeking to acquire a companion animal. Participants'...

  4. A note on the relationships between visitor interest and characteristics of the mammal exhibits in Recife Zoo, Brazil

    Contributor(s):: Silva, M. A. M. da, Silva, J. M. C. da

    There are few quantitative studies on visitor's behaviour towards animal exhibits in zoos. We evaluated the popularity of mammal exhibits of a small tropical zoo at Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil, and correlated it with some characteristics of the exhibits (number of individuals within the exhibit,...

  5. A note: the effects of human handling on heart girth, behaviour and milk quality in dairy goats

    Contributor(s):: Jackson, K. M. A., Hackett, D.

    Research on cattle, lambs and pigs suggests that when animals do not receive positive physical attention ("gentling") from their stockpersons, they become fearful, stressed, less productive, and less healthy overall. The purpose of this experiment was to examine the effects that positive human...

  6. A preliminary study of the effects of handling type on horses

    Contributor(s):: Fureix, Carole, Pagès, Magali, Bon, Richard, Lassalle, Jean-Michel, Kuntz, Philippe, Gonzalez, Georges

  7. Adopting shelter dogs: owner experiences of the first month post-adoption

    Contributor(s):: Marston, L. C., Bennett, P. C., Coleman, G. J.

    A number of studies have examined factors associated with the relinquishment of pet dogs to animal welfare shelters. In Australia, however, there has been little investigation of new owners' experiences when they subsequently adopt one of these dogs. To address this, telephone interviews were...

  8. An attachment perspective on human

    Contributor(s):: Zilcha-Mano, Sigal, Mikulincer, Mario, Shaver, Phillip R.

  9. An aversive milker causes fear, but does not influence milk yield of Holstein cows

    Contributor(s):: Hotzel, M. J., Machado Filho, L. C. P., Yunes, M. C., Silveira, M. C. A. C. da

    In the present study, the hypothesis that fear of humans is long-lasting and may influence milk production in Holstein-Friesian cows was tested. One person (the aversive handler) carried out two daily sessions of an aversive treatment during 21 days, where each cow received two slaps on the rump...

  10. An evaluation on aggressive behaviours of pet animals in Turkey

    Contributor(s):: Yigit, A., Turkmenoglu, E.

  11. An exploratory model of dog disciplining

    Contributor(s):: Ben-Michael, J., Korzilius, H., Felling, A., Vossen, J.

    This study examines the possible relationships among dog owners' perceptions of, and emotional and behavioral responses to, problematic situations involving their dogs, and investigates differences in these in different subgroups of owners. The dominant sequence of the interaction is defined as...

  12. Animal assisted therapy Part 1: Physical therapy and rehabilitation

    Contributor(s):: Reynolds, A.

  13. Animal Consciousness from Antiquity to the Nineteenth Century

    Contributor(s):: Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning

  14. Animal ethics: is it applied in Colombia? [Spanish]

    Contributor(s):: Montes, V. D., Ossa, V. J. de la, Fernandez, Q. A.

    This article discusses the man-centered (anthropocentric), animal-centered (zoocentric) and life-centered (biocentric) aspects of bioethics, with emphasis on the moral status and welfare of animals in Colombia.

  15. Animal Trouble and Urban Anxiety: Human–Animal Interaction in Post–Earth Day Seattle

    Contributor(s):: Sanders, Jeffrey C.

  16. Animal welfare issues on the use of rabbits in an animal assisted therapy programme for children

    Contributor(s):: Loukaki, K., Koukoutsakis, P., Kostomitsopoulos, N.

    Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) is a method of complementary treatment in the rehabilitation of many human illnesses and conditions. Although the dog is the most widely used therapy animal that is used in AAT programmes, the rabbit can also be used as an alternative animal species and complementary...

  17. Animals and Animals

    Contributor(s):: Thomas, Laurence

  18. Animals and modernity: changing human-animal relations, 1949-98

    Contributor(s):: Franklin, Adrian, White, Robert

  19. Anthropomorphism in Japanese women's status terms used in talk to potential guide dogs

    Contributor(s):: Koda, N.

    "The attitudes of Japanese volunteer puppy walkers toward potentialguide dogs is clarified by [analyzing] what they say to their dogs [in terms of anthropomorphism]."

  20. Anthroposophical aspects of veterinary medicine in cats and dogs - Part II

    Contributor(s):: Loeffler, T., Lorenz, S., Spranger, J.

    Several aspects of anthroposophical veterinary medicine have already been tackled in past issues of ZGTM. From the point of view of the relationship between the different kingdoms of nature, species specific preparations and therapies are developed. The methods employed in anthroposophical...