New Society & Animals Issue Out! by asiadmin | Apr 30, 2019 | ASI Resources, NewsWe are excited to announce that the latest issue of Society & Animals, Volume 27, Issue 2, is now out! Here are the terrific new articles that are now available! Vulnerable Becomings: Reimagining Human Relationships with Horses and Other Beings By: Emily Blair Pfoutz “But I Don’t Eat that Much Meat” Situational Underreporting of Meat Consumption by WomenBy: Hank Rothgerber To Protect and Kill: US Fish and Wildlife Service’s Management of Human–Wildlife Conflict, 1996-2011 By: Michael J. Lynch Emerging Attitudes towards Nonhuman Animals among Spanish University Students By: Estela M. DíazCarefully Cripping Nonhuman Animal Ethics By: Logan Natalie O’Laughlin Making Nonhuman Animals Real By: Kimberly Socha Australian Transnational Campaigning By: Hilda KeanUnless otherwise noted, all content on this website is copyright © 2018 The Animals and Society Institute. Please visit https://www.animalsandsociety.org/about-asi/website-reprint-and-use-policies to find out more about our reprint and use policies.Share Us OnlineRelated posts: April 2019 Human-Animal Studies Articles New HAS Books October 2018 New HAS Articles October 2018 The New Wildlife Special Issue of Society & Animals Is Out!