Veganism, identity and the quest for authenticity
Contributor(s):: Greenbaum, Jessica
Animals, Agency and Resistance
Contributor(s):: Carter, Bob, Charles, Nickie
Approval versus disapproval of dogfighting and cockfighting among college students
Contributor(s):: Molina, Melody, Arikawa, Hiroko, Templer, Donald I.
Contributor(s):: Lawson, Helene M.
Hokkaido's frontiers: Blurred embodiments, shared affects and the evolution of dairy farming's animal-human-machine
Contributor(s):: Hansen, Paul
Dominance of the Fittest The Animal Story in 1890s Cosmopolitan Magazine as Assertion of American Middle-Class Identity at the End of the Nineteenth Century
Contributor(s):: Mahady, Christine
Writing Horses into American Civil War History
Contributor(s):: Phillips, Gervase
The Culture of the Horse: Status, Discipline, and Identity in the Early Modern World
Contributor(s):: Raber, Karen, Tucker, Treva J.
Pets, intimate partner violence, and the abuser's perspective
Contributor(s):: Stevenson, Rochelle
Domestic violence remains a serious social issue. In North America, millions of women are victimized each year, and many of these women are victims of violence at the hand of their intimate partners. A small but growing body of research on domestic violence has shown that companion animals are...
The anthropomorphized animal in children's culture
Contributor(s):: Ratelle, Amy
The integration of animal companions in a narrative therapy approach
Contributor(s):: Keshishian, Sareen L.
Pet‐related consumption as a consumer identity constructor
Contributor(s):: Jyrinki, Henna
Dog at My Feet: A Moment of Identity Construction within Dissertation Acknowledgements
Contributor(s):: Billany, R.
Human-animal studies (HAS) is a legitimate and multidisciplinary academic endeavor. In the last three decades, there has been a proliferation of articles revealing multiple ways of knowing about the human-animal relationship. This paper, informed by social psychological theories, turns the mirror...
Inked: Human-Horse Apprenticeship, Tattoos, and Time in the Pazyryk World
Contributor(s):: Argent, G.
Prior interpretations of the tattoos of nonhuman animals etched upon the preserved human bodies from the Pazyryk archaeological culture of Inner Asia have focused on solely human-generated meanings. This article utilizes an ethnoarchaeological approach to reassess these tattoos, by analogizing...
Legitimacy Concerns in Animal Advocacy Organizations during the Michael Vick Dogfighting Scandal
Contributor(s):: Badano, S. E., Burgermeister, S. J., Henne, S., Murphy, S. T., Cole, B. M.
Using the quasi-experimental setting of the Michael Vick dogfighting case, the researchers employed rich interview content to explore the question, "When a critical event occurs in the animal advocacy field, what motivates advocacy groups to respond?" The investigation reveals that what was...
Pet-Keeping in American Material Culture and Identity Formation
Contributor(s):: Heather Frigiola
Companion animals are a unique and complex part of American culture. They are frequently regarded as family members, yet legally they are considered property and are often obtained with an exchanged of money. As with other consumer goods, pets are culturally imbued with symbolism and are used by...
The meanings of dogs and cats in US American culture based on cartoons, movies, and consumer goods
| Contributor(s):: Heather Frigiola
The keeping of dogs and cats as household pets is prevalent throughout the United States. Individuals define and express their personal identities in part through customizing their personal repertoires of possessions, which includes pets. The actual symbolic meanings given to dogs and cats are...
An ethnography of an Idaho farm woman: Embodied knowing and communication
| Contributor(s):: Walker, Robyn Carlea
Human and pet interaction: Companion animals and the formation of identity
| Contributor(s):: Sarmicanic, Lisa Louise
Relationship between Deaf Identity and D/deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals' Attitudes toward Hearing Dog Use
| Contributor(s):: Miller, Cara Anne