People of Diverse Genders and/or Sexualities and Their Animal Companions: Experiences of Family Violence in a Binational Sample.
| Contributor(s):: Damien W. Riggs, Nik Taylor, Tania Signal, Heather Fraser, Catherine Donovan
A significant body of research in the field of human-animal studies has focused on animals who live alongside humans within the home, with such animals often considered family members. To date, however, this research has focused almost exclusively on the experiences of heterosexual cisgender...
The Perception of Men and Women and the Pets They Own: Female Necessarily Equal Feline?
| Contributor(s):: Santina D. Masters, Steve Colletes
While much research had investigated factors that influence the decisions io own pets, little is known about perceptions of people who own pets. In an examination of the perceptlons of people who own animals that do not fit the gender stereotype for pet ownership, 134 volunteers from a local...
Beyond the 'Feeling Woman': Feminist Implications of Affect Studies
| Contributor(s):: Greyser, Naomi
Troubling Companions: Companion Species and the Politics of Inter-relations
| Contributor(s):: Jordan, Tim
This article examines Donna Haraway's concept of companion species by asking the question: Are technologies a species or not? This question is analysed through a comparison between the companion species of Haraway's in her agility dog and the technology of the surfboard and its rider. It...
The affective uses of dogs: Pet-keeping in nineteenth-century England and America
| Contributor(s):: Chez, Keridiana W.