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  1. Arctic Disequilibrium: Shifting Human-Environmental Systems

    Contributor(s):: Veldhuis, Djuke, Pelle, Tejsner, Riede, Felix, Høye, Toke T., Willerslev, Rane

  2. Archaeology and Human-Animal Relations: Is Anthropocentrism an Issue?

    Contributor(s):: Boyd, Brian

  3. When reading gets Ruff : understanding the literacy experiences of children engaged in a canine-assisted reading program.

    Contributor(s):: Emily Callahan Perkins

    The purpose of this qualitative study was to investigate how the interactions that take place between therapy dogs and children during literacy activities change children's attitudes towards reading in one urban charter school. The research drew on both the sociocultural approach to literacy...

  4. Sociocultural aspects of attitudes toward marine animals: a focus group analysis

    Contributor(s):: Unna Lassiter, Jennifer R. Wolch

    In geographic research of the past decade, the understanding  of nature-society relations has broadened to include  ideas about our relationship with and attitudes toward  animals. In this study, we explore the relationship between  attitudes toward marine animals and...

  5. Contesting captive cetaceans: (il)legal spaces and the nature of dolphins in urban Singapore

    Contributor(s):: Neo, Harvey, Ngiam, J. Z.

  6. Cross-Cultural Agreement in Perception of Animal Beauty: Boid Snakes Viewed by People from Five Continents

    Contributor(s):: Frynta, Daniel, Maresova, Jana, Rehakova-Petru, Milada, Skliba, Jan, Sumbera, Radim, Krasa, Antonin

  7. The "Wild" or "Feral" Distraction: Effects of Cultural Understandings on Management Controversy Over Free-Ranging Horses (Equus ferus caballus)

    Contributor(s):: Bhattacharyya, Jonaki, Slocombe, D. Scott, Murphy, Stephen D.

  8. The Invisible Animal: Anthrozoology and Macrosociology

    Contributor(s):: York, Richard, Mancus, Philip

  9. Toward conservational anthropology: addressing anthropocentric bias in anthropology

    Contributor(s):: Kopnina, Helen

  10. Tribal best practices: A Native American horsemanship program for Indian youth

    Contributor(s):: Spence, John, Vandiver, Vikki L.

  11. Wildlife value orientations of rural Mongolians

    Contributor(s):: Kaczensky, Petra

    Mongolia provides an interesting example to study wildlife value orientations (WVOs), because of its long tradition as a society based on pastoral nomadism and the dramatic changes in the socioeconomic situation during the recent transition from socialism toward a market economy. In the summer of...

  12. Animal rights: Another view

    Contributor(s):: Rowan, Andrew N.

  13. On social aspects of the usage of guide dogs and long canes

    Contributor(s):: Deshen, Shlomo, Deshen, Hilda

  14. 'Teacher only calls her pets': Teacher's selective attention and the invisible life of a diverse classroom in Ghana

    Contributor(s):: Opoku-Amankwa, Kwasi

  15. Figuring companion-species consumption: A multi-site ethnography of the post-canine Afghan hound

    Contributor(s):: Bettany, Shona, Daly, Rory

  16. Moving from subject-object to subject-subject relations: Comments on 'figuring companion-species consumption.'

    Contributor(s):: Peñaloza, Lisa

  17. Wildlife value orientations in the Netherlands

    Contributor(s):: Jacobs, Maarten H.

  18. A developmental examination of the conceptual structure of animal, artifact, and human social categories across two cultural contexts

    Contributor(s):: Rhodes, Marjorie, Gelman, Susan A.

  19. Regular rates of popular culture change reflect random copying

    Contributor(s):: Bentley, R. Alexander, Lipo, Carl P., Herzog, Harold A., Hahn, Matthew W.

  20. Exploring cultural drivers for wildlife trade via an ethnoprimatological approach: A case study of slender and slow lorises (Loris and Nycticebus) in South and Southeast Asia

    Contributor(s):: Nekaris, K. A. I., Shepherd, C. R., Starr, C. R., Nijman, V.