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‘I heard a dog cry’: More-than-human interrelatedness, ethnicity and zootherapy in South Korean civil society discourse about dog meat consumption
Contributor(s):: Dugnoille, Julien
Accessibility of Assistive Technologies as a Factor in the Successful Realization of the Labor Potential of Persons with Disabilities: Russia’s Experience
Contributor(s):: Aleksandrova, Olga, Nenakhova, Yulia
Emotional support animal assessments: Toward a standard and comprehensive model for mental health professionals
Contributor(s):: Younggren, Jeffrey N., Boness, Cassandra L., Bryant, Leisl M., Koocher, Gerald P.
A THEORY OF 'ANIMAL BORDERS': Thoughts and Practices toward Non-human Animals among the G|ui Hunter-Gatherers
Contributor(s):: Sugawara, Kazuyoshi
Nature, Culture, and Society: Anthropological Perspectives on Life
Contributor(s):: Moyer, Eileen
What makes human-animal relations 'organizational'? The de-scription of anthrozootechnical agencements
Contributor(s):: Doré, Antoine, Michalon, Jérôme
[Rehabilitation through horseback riding: the National Association for Therapeutic Horseback Riding]
Contributor(s):: Lang, J. L.
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The Road to Hell Is Paved with Good Intentions: Why Harm–Benefit Analysis and Its Emphasis on Practical Benefit Jeopardizes the Credibility of Research
Contributor(s):: Herwig Grimm, Matthias Eggel, Anna Deplazes-Zemp, Nikola Biller-Andorno
It is our concern that European Union Directive 2010/63/EU with its current project evaluation of animal research in the form of a harm–benefit analysis may lead to an erosion of the credibility of research. The HBA assesses whether the inflicted harm on animals is outweighed by potential...
American Citizens' Views of an Ideal Pig Farm
Contributor(s):: Patrycia Sato, Maria J. Hotzel, Marina A.G. von Keyserlingk
Food animal production practices are often cited as having negative animal welfare consequences. The U.S. swine industry has not been exempt from such criticisms. Little is known, however, about how lay citizens who are not actively engaged in agricultural discussions, think about swine...
From the Editor – Welcome to the first issue of Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin!
Contributor(s):: Lori Kogan
Human Animal Interaction: Research & Practice Section of Division 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology) of the American Psychological Association is proud to announce this exciting new venue for the scientific study of human-animal interactions. Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin...
2016 AAHA/IAAHPC End-of-Life Care Guidelines
Contributor(s):: Bishop, G., Cooney, K., Cox, S., Downing, R., Mitchener, K., Shanan, A., Soares, N., Stevens, B., Wynn, T.
Jainism and Human–Animal Relationship
Contributor(s):: Nachiketa Bandyopadhyay
While discussing the role of animal in society, tradition, religion and culture mostly observed that human interest are protected, at the same time people who have different ways of thinking and ideas in favor of animals having caring attitudes towards animal welfare are seen. History of...
All take and no give?
Contributor(s):: Honey, L.
Palaeolithic zooarchaeology in Myanmar: a review and future prospects
Contributor(s):: Tin Htut Aung, Benjamin Marwick, Cyler Conrad
The Anyathian culture, one of the prominent stone arte-fact traditions in Mainland Southeast Asia spanning the Pleistocene and Holocene, has been frequently described at archaeological sites in the central belt of Myanmar. Human exploitative patterns of plant and animal re-sources relating to the...
Giving something back
Contributor(s):: Varga, G.
Perceived effects of dog-training programmes in correctional settings
Contributor(s):: Cooke, Barbara J., Farrington, David P.
Mobility of a guide dog team in Singapore: A case study
Contributor(s):: Bohan, Danial Bin, James, Chan Tuck Wah
Cows, milk and religion: the use of dairy produce in early societies
Contributor(s):: McCormick, F.
This review of documentary sources, particularly from Early Mesopotamia, Egypt, India and Europe seeks to show how the range of dairy products varied in different areas and to demonstrate that in many societies, cows and dairying played an important role in early religious practice. The range of...
Animals as hunting partners: reciprocity among the James Bay Cree
Contributor(s):: Feit, Harvey A.