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  1. Engaging Disenfranchised Youth through an Equine Assisted Activities Program: Understanding Psychosocial Benefits of Horse-Human Interactions

    Contributor(s):: Norwood, Michael Francis, Lakhani, Ali, Kendall, Elizabeth, Fullagar, Simone, Maujean, Annick

  2. Induced Stress and Tactile Stimulation Applied to Primiparous does and their Consequences on Maternal Behavior, Human-Animal Relationships, and Future Offspring's Sexual Disorders

    Contributor(s):: Oliveira, A. C. F., Bernardi, L. M., Monteiro, A. L. B., Silva, K. G., Weber, S. H., Borges, T. D., Dalmau, A., Costa, L. B.

    The aim of this study was to investigate whether tactile stimulation in rabbits during the gestation phase improve the maternal behavior and human-animal relationships as well as the effects on reproductive behavior of male kits when reached maturity compared to induced stress. A total of 33...

  3. Trophy Hunters & Crazy Cat Ladies: exploring cats and conservation in North America and Southern Africa through intersectionality

    | Contributor(s):: McCubbin, Sandra G., Van Patter, Lauren E.

    What explains the silencing, dismissal, disavowal, ridicule, and stigmatizing of care for individual animals observed in conservation discourses? We examine this question using a comparative case study of feral cat management in North America and lion conservation in southern Africa. We apply...

  4. Dog Fighting: Performing Masculinity in Rural South Punjab, Pakistan

    | Contributor(s):: Kavesh, Muhammad A.

    Dog fighting, along with other nonhuman-animal-fighting activities, is a popular pastime in rural South Punjab, Pakistan. This article explicates dog fighting and discusses its symbolic significance to those who control the game, organize it, and participate in the performance. In discussing the...

  5. Do Men Underreport and Mask Their Emotional Attachment to Animal Companions? The Influence of Precarious Masculinity on Men’s Bonds with Their Dogs

    | Contributor(s):: Blazina, Chris, Kogan, Lori

    Males’ underreporting of psychological issues, physical symptoms, and personal information is commonplace both in medical and psychological settings in North America. One explanation for this occurrence is men that endorse traditional forms of masculine gender roles underreport or mask their...

  6. Effects of communal rearing and group size on breeding rabbits’ post-grouping behaviour and its relation to ano-genital distance

    | Contributor(s):: Buijs, Stephanie, Vangeyte, Jürgen, Tuyttens, Frank A. M.

    Group housing is becoming the standard for many farm animal species, as it is seen as a more welfare friendly way of keeping gregarious animals. Aggression between female breeding rabbits currently obstructs the implementation of group housing for this species. Lack of social experience during...

  7. Humans, Horses, and Hybrids : On Rights, Welfare, and Masculinity in Equestrian Sports

    | Contributor(s):: Kutte Jonsson

    The fact that horses play an essential role for equestrian sports raises rather specific ethical concerns. Questions like what should be morally permissible to do to (non-consenting) nonhumans for the sake of human interests become urgent. Is it not an example of (animal) rights violation to...

  8. When the lads go hunting: the 'Hammertown mechanism' and the conflict over wolves in Norway

    | Contributor(s):: Krange, Olve, Skogen, Ketil

  9. Hunting with the Camera: Nature Photography, Manliness, and Modern Memory, 1890-1930

    | Contributor(s):: Dunaway, Finis

  10. The Manly Mind? Revisiting the Victorian 'Sex in Brain' Debate

    | Contributor(s):: Boddice, Rob

  11. Manliness and the“Morality of Field Sports”: E. A. Freeman and Anthony Trollope, 1869–71

    | Contributor(s):: Boddice, Rob

  12. 'Undaunted all he views': The Gibraltar Charger, Astley's Amphitheatre and Masculine Performance

    | Contributor(s):: Mattfeld, Monica

  13. Cat Person, Dog Person, Gay, or Heterosexual: The Effect of Labels on a Man's Perceived Masculinity, Femininity, and Likability

    | Contributor(s):: Mitchell, R. W., Ellis, A. L.

    American undergraduates (192 male, 521 female) rated masculinity, femininity, and likability of two men (one highly masculine and unfeminine, one normally masculine with low femininity) from a videotaped interaction. Participants were informed that both men were cat persons, dog persons,...