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The latest issue of Society & Animals, Vol. 27, Issue 3, has just been released!

This issue has the following articles:

  • Siebenbruner, J. (2019). Companion Animals in Childhood and Emerging Adulthood: The Relation to Emerging Adult Development. society & animals, 27(3), 235-253.
  • Hill, J. B., & Banks, J. (2018). Bitches, Fishes, and Monsters: Prison Slang and Nonhuman Animal Terminology. Society & Animals, 27(3), 254-270.
  • Edwards, M. E., Gringart, E., & Drake, D. (2018). “Getting Rid of the Dog”: Adult Recall of a Childhood Experience. Society & Animals, 27(3), 271-287.
  • Meyer, L., & Sartori, A. (2018). Attachment Theory and Equine-Facilitated Psychotherapy for Vietnam Veterans. Society & Animals, 27(3), 288-306.
  • Ludovice, N. P. P. (2018). The Carabao and the Encounter of the Law in Nineteenth-Century Philippines. Society & Animals, 27(3), 307-326.
  • Iliopoulou, M. A., Carleton, C. L., & Reese, L. A. (2019). Beloved Companion or Problem Animal: The Shifting Meaning of Pit Bull. Society & Animals, 27(3), 327-346.
  • Huss, R. J. (2019). Regarding Respectful Use. Society & Animals, 27(3), 347-350.
  • Rosenfeld, H. (2019). The Intimate Horror of Anonymity. Society & Animals, 27(3), 351-354.
  • Cadman, S. (2019). Entangling Literature. Society & Animals, 27(3), 355-359.

Note: To read Society & Animals articles, you must either get a subscription to Society & Animals, which ASI scholar members get a discount for, or you can access it through a university account, or by purchasing the individual article from the publisher. Per our agreement with the publisher, once the article is three years old we will be able to add it to our archive of journal articles that is available to Scholar, Student, and Professional members. These archives contain the entire body of articles (minus the past three years) for both of the journals we edit, Society & Animals and Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science.

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