Society & Animals
Since 1993 and in conjunction with the internationally recognized Brill, ASI produces Society & Animals, a quarterly journal containing peer reviewed studies concerning nonhuman animals from psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science and other social sciences and history, literary criticism, and other disciplines of the humanities. Recent articles suggest the scope of the journal: Dolphins in Popular Literature and Media; More than a Furry Companion: The Ripple Effect of Companion Animals on Neighborhood Interactions and Sense of Community; and An Investigation into the Association between the Witnessing of Animal Abuse and Adolescents' Behavior toward Animals.
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Society & Animals is at the forefront of the emerging multi-disciplinary field of Human-Animal Studies, which explores the ways in which nonhuman animals figure in human lives. The journal publishes studies concerning experiences of nonhuman animals from psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science, and other social sciences and history, literary criticism, and other disciplines of the humanities.
Society & Animals is unique in its breadth and variety, methods of papers published and data-based discussion of ethics and policy regarding the human-animal relationship. Society & Animals deals with:
- cruelty to animals, therapeutic uses of animals, other human-animal interactions
- animals in research, education, medicine, agriculture
- dog fighting, circuses, companion animals, other uses of animals in popular culture
- the politics of animal welfare
- attitudes toward animals conveyed by schools, religious institutions, other socializing agencies
- representations of animals in literature
- the history of the domestication of animals
- the animal rights movement
While emphasizing empirically based studies, the journal also publishes:
- theoretical analyses
- literature reviews
- methodological contributions
The editorial board includes over 30 scholars, policy makers, animal advocates, animal-assisted therapists, and animal shelter, zoo, and wildlife professionals.
& Animals has recently implemented Editorial Manager (EM), an online
submission and peer review tracking system which is used worldwide by over 3000
journals. This means that from now on, all articles for the journal should be
submitted online at http://soan.edmgr.com/. Suggested manuscript maximum length for full
articles is 7000 words, including references. For more detailed guidelines
regarding submission, please consult the journal's style guide at http://www.brill.nl/files/brill.nl/specific/authors_instructions/SOAN.pdf
questions regarding style and format, please contact Ann Casper at email@example.com.