Animal-assisted psychotherapy from an attachment perspective [Theory]
Contributor(s):: Zilcha-Mano, S., Parish-Plass, N.
Equine-facilitated psychotherapy: practice, theory, and empirical knowledge [Theory]
Contributor(s):: Bachi, K., Parish-Plass, N.
An evaluative review of theories: related to animal cruelty
Contributor(s):: Gullone, E.
The two dominant theories relating to animal cruelty are critically reviewed. These are the violence graduation hypothesis and the deviance generalization hypothesis. The outcomes indicate very high consistency with the broader antisocial behavior and aggression literature, which is large and...
Gender Stereotyping in Young Children: Evidence to Support a Concept-Learning Approach
Contributor(s):: Cowan, Gloria, Hoffman, Charles D.
Farm animal welfare: a new repertoire of nature-society relations or modernism re-embedded? (Special issue: Nature-Society-Rurality)
Contributor(s):: Buller, H., Morris, C.
Within society, farm animal welfare is moving up the policy and moral agenda as many of the industrial processes associated with animal farming are now being called into question. In the academe, there is growing intellectual interest in the relationship of humanity to animality and the porosity...
Evolution of the stewardship idea in American country life
Contributor(s):: Wunderlich, G.
This paper describes development of the idea of stewardship in the US country life. Theological and secular concepts of stewardship evolved markedly in the 20th century. During this period of evolution, the American Country Life Association through its church, academic, farm organization, and...
Exposing violences: using women's human rights theory to reconceptualize food rights
Contributor(s):: Bellows, A. C.
Exposing food violences (hunger, malnutrition, and poisoning from environmental mismanagement) requires policy action that confronts the structured invisibility of these violences. Along with the hidden deprivation of food is the physical and political isolation of critical knowledge on food...
The least harm principle may require that humans consume a diet containing large herbivores, not a vegan diet
Contributor(s):: Davis, S. L.
Based on his theory of animal rights, Regan concludes that humans are morally obligated to consume a vegetarian or vegan diet. When it was pointed out to him that even a vegan diet results in the loss of many animals of the field, he said that while that may be true, we are still obligated to...
Social and racial psychology
Contributor(s):: Hunter, Walter S.