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  1. "Return" and extension actions after ethnobotanical research: the perceptions and expectations of a rural community in semi-arid northeastern Brazil

    Contributor(s):: Albuquerque, U. P. de, Nascimento, L. G. de S., Vieira, F. J., Almeida, C. M. de A. D., Ramos, M. A., Silva, A. C. O. da

  2. "Strange things happen to non-Christian people" : human-animal transformation among the Iñupiat of arctic Alaska

    Contributor(s):: Cassady, Joslyn

  3. 'The last Kulak' and other stories of post-privatisation life in Chukotka's tundra

    Contributor(s):: Gray, Patty A.

  4. 'Why Umbulka killed his master': Aboriginal reconciliation and the Australian wild dog (Canis lupus dingo)

    Contributor(s):: McIntosh, Ian

  5. A Brief Note on the Significance of Prehistoric Dogs from the Eastern Aleutian Islands

    Contributor(s):: Holland, Kathryn M.

  6. A chance encounter with Simon Tookoome

    Contributor(s):: Eber, Dorothy Harley

  7. A Cultural History of Crocodiles in the Philippines: Towards a New Peace Pact?

    Contributor(s):: Van Der Ploeg, J. A. N., Van Weerd, Merlijn, Persoon, Gerard A.

  8. A dog's life among the Teenek Indians (Mexico): animal's participation in the classification of self and other

    Contributor(s):: de Vidas, Anath Ariel

  9. A Healing Space: The Experiences of First Nations and Inuit Youth with Equine-Assisted Learning (EAL)

    Contributor(s):: Dell, Colleen, Chalmers, Darlene, Bresette, Nora, Swain, Sue, Rankin, Deb, Hopkins, Carol

  10. An institutionalized human-animal relationship and the aftermath: the reproductive process of horse-bands and husbandry in Northern Yakutia, Siberia

    Contributor(s):: Takakura, H.

    Horse breeding is well-known to be one of the traditional means of subsistence for the Sakha (Yakut) of Siberia. Existing research, however, lacks clear descriptions of the reproductive process of the horse-bands and the role which herders play in that process. The objective of this paper is to...

  11. Applying One Health to the study of animal-assisted interventions

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    | Contributor(s):: Chalmers, D., Dell, C. A.

    The use of animal-assisted interventions in therapeutic programs is a growing phenomenon. Animal-assisted interventions (AAIs) involve a variety of species (dogs, cats, horses, domesticated birds, etc.) in primary health care. Despite their increasing application in a wide range of therapeutic...

  12. Awareness of whale conservation status and whaling policy in the US - a preliminary study on American youth

    | Contributor(s):: Parsons, E. C. M., Rice, J. P., Sadeghi, L.

    In 2008, a preliminary study was conducted to provide information on awareness of cetacean (whale, dolphin and porpoise) conservation issues and the US government's policy on whaling, in a test group of US university students (n=230). When given a list of whale species, 39% of the participants...

  13. Becoming a hunter in Greenland

    | Contributor(s):: Nuttall, Mark

  14. Beyond self-interest and altruism: Herbalist and leopard brothers in an Indian wildlife sanctuary

    | Contributor(s):: Snodgrass, Jeffrey G., Sharma, Satish Kumar, Jhala, Yuvraj Singh, Lacy, Michael G., Advani, Mohan, Bhargava, N. K., Upadhyay, Chakrapani

    This article discusses the environmental ethics of Indigenous herbalists inhabiting the Phulwari ki Nal Wildlife Sanctuary in Rajasthan, India. Our respondents protected forests from activities like illicit tree felling because (a) they realized that their own human well-being is tied to the fate...

  15. Canicide and healing: the position of the dog in the Inuit cultures of the Canadian Arctic

    | Contributor(s):: Laugrand, Frederic

  16. Canicide In Labrador: Function And Meaning Of An Inuit Killing Ritual

    | Contributor(s):: Taylor, J. Garth

  17. Care Theory and "caring" systems of agriculture

    | Contributor(s):: Curry, J. M.

    Care Theory is a growing school of ethics that starts with the assumption of the relational nature of human beings. In contrast, the dominant assumption of the autonomous view of human nature has made it difficult to integrate "relational" aspects of reality into the realm of political action...

  18. Changes in the Alaskan Eskimo relation of man to dog and their effect on two human diseases

    | Contributor(s):: Lantis, Margaret

  19. Conceptualizing Indigenous Human-Animal Relationships in Aotearoa New Zealand: An Ethical Perspective

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    | 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...

  20. Cooperative fishing interactions between Aboriginal Australians and dolphins in eastern Australia

    | Contributor(s):: Neil, D. T.

    Published eyewitness accounts and stories from Aboriginal Australians are used to provide an overview of the geographical extent and characteristics of cooperative fishing between Aboriginal Australians and dolphins in eastern Australia. These sources indicate that cooperative fishing was...