Putting local knowledge and context to work for Gunnison sage-grouse conservation
Contributor(s):: Knapp, Corrine Noel, Cochran, James, Chapin, F. Stuart, III, Kofinas, Gary, Sayre, Nathan
Motivations for and thoughts toward rabbit ownership and factors contributing to companion-rabbit owners' knowledge
Contributor(s):: Tasha Welch
Prospective rabbit owners’ pre-acquisition motivations for and thoughts toward rabbit ownership were explored using one-on-one telephone interviews (n=18). Thematic analysis revealed the theme considerations prior to acquiring a companion rabbit, which involved four subthemes: reasons given...
Guard of animals in charge: population of visionGuarda responsavel de animais: visao da populacao
Contributor(s):: Porto, W. J. N., Andrade, M. R., Mota, R. A.
A study was conducted to determine the knowledge level of responsible animal ownership in Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil [date not given]. It was shown that only 24% of respondents knew what constituted responsible pet ownership and care. Some of those who gave examples of proper pet care such as...
Knowledge about the penalties imposed people who mistreat animalsConhecimento sobre as penalidades aplicadas as pessoas que maltratam animais
Contributor(s):: Lima, J. L. A. de, Alves, N. D., Amora, S. S. A., Lima, C. T. A. de, Torres, L. F., Melo, F. da C. S.
A survey was conducted to determine the knowledge level of penalties for animal cruelty in Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil [date not given]. It was shown that 60% of respondents said they knew animals had legislative protection, while 40% were unaware of this. 18% said they knew some animal...
The Bee-haviour of Scientists: An Analogy of Science from the World of Bees
Contributor(s):: Trubody, Ben
Generalize or personalize--do dogs transfer an acquired rule to novel situations and persons?
Contributor(s):: Hertel, A., Kaminski, J., Tomasello, M.
Urban American perceptions of animals and the natural environment
Contributor(s):: Kellert, Stephen R
Do cavies talk? The effect of anthropomorphic picture books on children's knowledge about animals
Contributor(s):: Patricia A. Ganea, Caitlin F. Canfield, Kadria Simons-Ghafari, Tommy Chou
Many books for young children present animals in fantastical and unrealistic ways, such as wearing clothes, talking and engaging in human-like activities. This research examined whether anthropomorphism in children's books affects children's learning and conceptions of animals, by...
Of mice and men: European precautionary standards challenged by uncertainty
Contributor(s):: Roussary, A., Bouet, B., Salles, D.
For several years, the official European method for deciding whether or not shellfish were fit for human consumption was the mouse bioassay, which was eventually replaced by chemical testing. In this paper, we examine the process of this change, looking at how devices of social, technical, and...
Humane education for students with visual impairments: Learning about working dogs
Contributor(s):: Bruce, Susan M., Feinstein, Jennie Dapice, Kennedy, Meghan C., Liu, Ming
Farm animal welfare and children: a preliminary study building an attitude scale and evaluating an intervention
Contributor(s):: Lakestani, N., Aguirre, V., Orihuela, A.
Children are future consumers; they will impact future animal welfare standards. This pilot study evaluated a nonhuman animal welfare education program, building a farm animal attitude questionnaire for 8- to 10-year-old children. The educational material focused on the behaviors and needs of...
Taking responsibility for cloning: discourses of care and knowledge in biotechnological approaches to nonhuman life
Contributor(s):: Carey, J. L. W.
This article examines the practice of animal cloning in relation to discourses of care and responsibility, in particular a common cultural interpretation of care theorized by Michel Foucault. This interpretation figures care as a "pastoral" relation premised in essential differences between...
HALTER: Using Horsequest as a Training Tool
Contributor(s):: Bailey, Elaine Long, Waite, Karen, Wilson, Kristen M.
Youth organizations, such as 4-H, need dedicated, knowledgeable adult volunteer leaders. Oftentimes, adults are intimidated to work with youth, either because of questionable understanding of youngsters or due to limited subject knowledge. This is particularly true with volunteers for youth horse...
'Maggots in their ears': hunting indications and indigenous knowledge in development
Contributor(s):: Sillitoe, Paul
Genetic defects or generative prototypes? Competing models for livestock improvement in southern Bolivia
Contributor(s):: Bolton, Maggie
Contributor(s):: Morris, Brian
L'oiseau, cet animal si bavard... ou l'étrange taxonomie d'un hybride aux îles Kiribati
Contributor(s):: Di Piazza, Anne
Pour une approche interactive des savoirs locaux: l'ethno-éthologie
Contributor(s):: Brunois, Florence
Sur les traces de Garkman, la grenuille, dans le nord-est de la Terre d'Arnhem (Australie)
Contributor(s):: Boll, Valérie M.
The dog tribe
Contributor(s):: James, Jenny