'Doing good by proxy': human-animal kinship and the 'donation' of canine blood
| Contributor(s):: Ashall, V., Hobson-West, P.
This article demonstrates the relevance of animals to medical sociology by arguing that pet owners’ accounts of veterinary decision‐making can highlight key sociological themes which are important to both human and animal health. Based on semi‐structured interviews, the article argues...
A myth of kinship? Reinterpreting Lakota conceptualization of kin relationships vis-à-vis 19th and 20th century historical narratives
| Contributor(s):: Hogue, Kellie
Making kin out of others in Amazonia
| Contributor(s):: Vilaça, Aparecida
Ritual gendered relationships: kinship, marriage, mastery, and machi modes of personhood
| Contributor(s):: Bacigalupo, Ana Mariella
The feast of Saint Stephen in Zanigrad: customs and horse breeding activities
| Contributor(s):: Ravnik, Mojca
The social movement of meat in Taimyr, northern Russia
| Contributor(s):: Ziker, John P.
Dimension humaine et monde animal dans la culture populaire serbe
| Contributor(s):: Pavković, Nikola F.
The meaning of nominal animal categories among the Caribs of the Guianas
| Contributor(s):: Jara, Fabiola
‘A dog who I know quite well': everyday relationships between children and animals.
| Contributor(s):: Tipper, Becky
Crianzas mutuas. El trato a los animales desde las concepciones de los pastores puneños (Jujuy, Argentina)
| Contributor(s):: Bugallo, Lucila, Tomasi, Jorge