A THEORY OF 'ANIMAL BORDERS': Thoughts and Practices toward Non-human Animals among the G|ui Hunter-Gatherers
Contributor(s):: Sugawara, Kazuyoshi
Can animals break taboos?: applications of 'taboo' among the Nage of eastern Indonesia
Contributor(s):: Forth, Gregory
Making kin out of others in Amazonia
Contributor(s):: Vilaça, Aparecida
Prescription and proscription in Ojibwe animal-marriage tales
Contributor(s):: Valentine, J. Randolph
Animals in the traditional worldview of the Yorùbá
Contributor(s):: Olusola, Ajibade George
Cognitive space concerning habitual thought and practice toward animals among the central San ( |Gui and Gana): deictic /indirect cognition and prospective /retrospective intention)
Food, hunting, and taboo: cultural heritage in practice
Contributor(s):: Nielsen, Niels Kaiser
Dogs and British Colonialism: The Contested Ban on Eating Dogs in Colonial Hong Kong
Contributor(s):: Poon, Shuk-Wah
England's Sacred Beast?
Contributor(s):: Claridge, Jordan
The taboo against group contact: Hypothesis of Gypsy ontologization
Contributor(s):: Perez, J. A., Moscovici, S., Chulvi, B.
Leaching sense out of animal categories and terms of abuse
Contributor(s):: Rollin, Bernard E.