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Articles on General Animal Welfare Issues

This is a collection of articles on General Animal Welfare Issues from JAAWS in relation to the studies of the human-animal relationship. The Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science (JAAWS) is the leading peer-reviewed journal on the science of animal welfare for veterinarians, scientists and public policy makers. It presents articles and reports on practices that demonstrably enhance the welfare of wildlife, companion animals and animals used in research, agriculture and zoos.

Miranda-de la Lama, G. C., Estévez-Moreno, L. X., Villarroel, M., Rayas-Amor, A. A., María, G. A., & Sepúlveda, W. S. (2019). Consumer Attitudes Toward Animal Welfare-Friendly Products and Willingness to Pay: Exploration of Mexican Market Segments. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 22(1), 13-25.

Patterson-Kane, E. (2016). Trying to Make Regulation Something More Than Just a Burden: A Review of Excellence Beyond Compliance: Enhancing Animal Welfare Through the Constructive Use of the Animal Welfare Act, edited by James F. Gesualdi. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science19(1), 97.

Newcomer, C. E., & McGlone, J. J. (2015). Comment on AAALAC International and compliance with animal welfare laws. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science18(3), 311-313.

Musto, M., Faraone, D., & Cellini, F. (2014). The role of cognitive styles and sociodemographic characteristics in consumer perceptions and attitudes toward nonhuman animal welfare. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 17(3), 198-215.

Ross, S. R. (2013). Ethosearch: A New Online Resource for Ethograms and Evaluating Behavior and Welfare. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science16(4), 397-398.

Moore, D., Bauer, E., & Smith, B. (2013). “Animals First”: Good Communication May Be the Missing Element in Nonhuman Animal Welfare Systems. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science16(4), 393-393.

Yeates, J. W. (2013). Individualism and nonindividualism in the application of nonhuman animal welfare to policy. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science16(3), 254-271.

Zhao, Y., & Wu, S. (2011). Willingness to pay: Animal welfare and related influencing factors in China. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science14(2), 150-161.

Dewey, C., Haley, C., Widowski, T., Friendship, R., Sunstrum, J., & Richardson, K. (2009). Using data collected for production or economic purposes to research production animal welfare: An epidemiological approach. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science12(2), 105-113.

Millman, S. T. (2009). Animal welfare—Scientific approaches to the issues. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science12(2), 88-96.

Millman, S. T., Johnson, A. K., O’Connor, A. M., & Zanella, A. J. (2009). Animal welfare and epidemiology—across species, across disciplines, and across borders. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science12(2), 83-87.

Mort, M., Convery, I., Baxter, J., & Bailey, C. (2008). Animal disease and human trauma: the psychosocial implications of the 2001 UK foot and mouth disease disaster. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science11(2), 133-148.

Heath, S. E. (2008). The impact of epizootics on livelihoods. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science11(2), 98-111.

Davey, G. (2006). Chinese university students’ attitudes toward the ethical treatment and welfare of animals. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science9(4), 289-297.

Davey, G., & Henzi, P. (2004). Visitor circulation and nonhuman animal welfare: an overlooked variable?. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science7(4), 243-251.

Rasmussen, L. M. (2001). Life sciences learning: An approach that promotes progress and respects life. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science4(2), 131-134.

Anonymous. (2001). Scientists’ assessment of the impact of housing and management on animal welfare. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science4(1), 3-52.

Thornton, P. D. (2000). Changing Social Ethics Toward Nonhuman Animals. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science3(3), 269-271.

Patronek, G. J. (2000). Animal-Facilitated Therapy Revisited. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science3(3), 263-265.

Van’t Hoog, A., de Cock Buning, T., & Hazekamp, A. (2000). Dolly’s deceiving perfection: biotechnology, animal welfare, and ethics. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science3(1), 63-69.

Tannenbaum, J. (1999). Surveying Animal Welfare Science and Policy. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science2(2), 147-149.

Bowd, A. D. (1998). Animal care courses: helping fulfill the mandate of animal care committees in Canada. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science1(4), 353-360.

Thompson, P. B. (1998). Ethics and Genetic Engineering. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science1(2), 175-177.

Albright, J. L. (1998). History and future of animal welfare science. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science1(2), 145-166.

Mench, J. A. (1998). Thirty years after Brambell: whither animal welfare science?. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science1(2), 91-102.

Ryder, R. D. (1998). Measuring animal welfare. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science1(1), 75-80.

 

Updated July 2019

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