"What Pushed Me over the Edge Was a Deer Hunter": Being Vegan in North America
Contributor(s):: Hirschler, C. A.
An Examination of Communicative Negotiation of Non-Rescue Dog Stigma
Contributor(s):: Romo, Lynsey K., Lloyd, Rachel, Grimaila, Zoe
An examination of visually impaired individuals’ communicative negotiation of face threats
Contributor(s):: Romo, Lynsey K., Alvarez, Cimmiaron, Taussig, Melissa J.
Evaluating the Influence of the Presence of a Dog on Bias toward Individuals with Overweight and Obesity
Contributor(s):: Crossman, Molly K., Kazdin, Alan E., Galbraith, Katharine, Eros, Luca, Santos, Laurie R.
Individuals with overweight and obesity are subject to enormous bias and discrimination across domains. This bias constitutes a considerable public health problem beyond the effects of excess weight on health. Unfortunately, the few interventions that have been implemented to reduce this bias...
Reframing Menstruation in India: Metamorphosis of the Menstrual Taboo With the Changing Media Coverage
Contributor(s):: Yagnik, Arpan Shailesh
Stressors and Coping Strategies Used by Single Mothers Living in Poverty
Contributor(s):: Broussard, C. Anne, Joseph, Alfred L., Thompson, Marco
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...