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HAS Dissertations 1980-1989

Following are English-language dissertations in the field of human-animal studies published between 1980-1989.

“The Teddy Bear Girls” – Tertiary Transitional Objects: A Retrospective Study Of Stuffed Animal Attachment In Late Adolescence  Humphrey, Virginia Potter. Pacific Graduate School Of Psychology, Proquest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 1986.

A Theoretical Analysis Of Communication In Human And Non-Human Beings  Knipe, Theodore, Jr. University Of California, Riverside, Proquest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 1984.

An Evaluation Of Ritual Sacrifice As An Explanation For Early Animal Domestications In The Near East (Neolithic, Agriculture, Sedentarization, Late Pleistocene, Religion)  Rodrigue, Christine Mary. Clark University, Proquest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 1986.

An Evaluation Of The Benefits Of A Companion Animal To Chronic Psychiatric Inpatients (Pet-Facilitated Therapy)  Del Monaco, Margaret Mary. The University Of Tennessee, Proquest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 1985.

Animal Husbandry And Pastoral Land-Use On The Fen Edge, Peterborough, England: An Archaeological And Historical Reconstruction, (2500 Bc-A.D. 1350)  Biddick, Kathleen A. University Of Toronto (Canada), Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1982.

Animal Lore And Medieval English Sermon Style  Mcfarland, Deborah Joan. The Florida State University, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1980.

Animal Sanctity And Animal Sacrifice: How Post-Darwinian Fiction Treats Animal Victims  Scholtmeijer, Marian. Simon Fraser University (Canada), Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1989.

Animal Themes In The Painting Of Eugene Delacroix (France)  Finlay, Nancy Ann. Princeton University, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1984.

Animal Vigor In The French And American Novel  Highfill, John Clarence. University Of Arkansas, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1983.

Communication Avec Le Non-Humain Chez Colette (French Text)  Slawy-Sutton, Catherine. Indiana University, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1980.

Dingo Makes Us Human: Being And Purpose In Australian Aboriginal Culture  Rose, Deborah Bird. Bryn Mawr College, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1984.

Forestry And Wildlife Conservation On Amami Oshima, Japan: An Integrated Study Of Wildlife And Human Society  Sugimura, Ken. University Of Hawai’i, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1987.

Heidegger, Environmental Ethics, And The Metaphysics Of Nature: Inhabiting The Earth In A Technological Age (Phenomenology, Conservation, Human Ecology, Philosophy, Ontology)  Foltz, Bruce Vernon. The Pennsylvania State University, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1985.

Learning Animal Taxonomies: Social Convergence Processes In Reorganizations Of Semantic Networks (Cognitive, Concept)  Adams, Alison Kay. University Of Denver, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1985.

Medieval Acculturation: Man-Animal Relationship In The Germanic Middle Ages  Robertson, Sharon Short. University Of Michigan, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1987.

Metamorphosis From Human To Animal Form In Five Modern Latin American Narratives (Miguel Angel Asturias, Guatemala, Alejo Carpentier, Cuba, Julio Cortazar, Argentina, Carlos Fuentes, Mexico, Mario De Andrade, Brazil)  Diaz, Nancy Gray. Rutgers The State University Of New Jersey – New Brunswick, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1984.

Reconstructing The Folk Zoological World Of Past Cultures: The Animal Semantic Domain Of The Protohistoric Cherokee Indians  Fradkin, Arlene. University Of Florida, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1988.

Shakespeare’s Use Of Animal Imagery For Characterization And Psychological Development In Two Selected Tragedies: “Othello” And “King Lear”  Cotner, Thomas Ewing, Iii. The University Of Texas At Austin, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1986.

The Ambiguous Animal: Evolution Of The Beast-Man In Scientific Creation Myths (Wells; England, Simak; United States, Boulle; France, Crowley)  Milling, Jill Langston. The University Of Texas At Dallas, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1985.

The American Pronghorn Antelope In Wyoming: A History Of Human Influences And Management  Greenquist, Connie Marie. University Of Oregon, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1983.

The Hunter And The Hunted In The Amazon: An Integrated Biological And Cultural Approach To The Behavioral Ecology Of Human Predation  Sponsel, Leslie Elmer. Cornell University, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1981.

The Kinship Of Man And Beast In The Works Of Miguel De Unamuno  Levine, Arnold Bernard. The Pennsylvania State University, Proquest, Umi Dissertations Publishing, 1980.

The Mascot Model Of Human/Companion Animal Interaction: Its Effects On Levels Of Loneliness And Depression Among Residents Of A Nursing Home (Pet Theory)  Reed, Mark Edward. Western Conservative Baptist Seminary, Proquest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 1986.

The Relationship Between The Idea And The Practice Of Animal Rights (England)  Tester, Keith. University Of Leeds (United Kingdom), Proquest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 1989.

The Structure And Correlates Of Iowans’ Attitudes About Farm Animal Welfare Issues: A Lisrel Approach  Linneman, Judith Ann. Iowa State University, Proquest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 1985.

Themes Obtained From The Animal Preference Test And Their Relationship To Specific Behavioral Problems  Rojas, Evelyn Baez. City University Of New York, Proquest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 1989.

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