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Articles on Farming and Farmed Animals

This is a collection of articles on Animal Farming and Farmed Animals from the Society & Animals Journal in relation to the studies of the human-animal relationship. Society & Animals is an academic journal that publishes studies that describe and analyze our experiences of non-human animals from the perspective of various disciplines within both the social sciences and humanities.

Darst, R. G., & Dawson, J. I. (2019). Exit, voice, and denial: Confronting the factory farm in the United States. Society & Animals, 27(1), 36-54.

Porter, P. (2018). The Personal as Political in the Animal Industrial Complex. Society & Animals, Vol 26, No. 5.

Wrenn, C. (2018). The Economic Toll of the Nonhuman Animal Agricultural Industry and a Meat Tax to Combat It. Society & Animals, 26(6), 639-643.

von Gall, P., & Gjerris, M. (2017). Role of Joy in Farm Animal Welfare Legislation. Society & Animals, 25(2), 163-179.

Fukuda, K. (2016). The Morality of Livestock Farming. Society & Animals, 24(1), 17-33.

Lutz, B. J. (2016). Sympathy, Empathy, and the Plight of Animals on Factory Farms. Society & Animals, 24(3), 250-268.

A Different Cut? Comparing Attitudes toward Animals and Propensity for Aggression within Two Primary Industry Cohorts—Farmers and Meatworkers. Emma Richards; Tania Signal; Nik Taylor. Volume 21, Issue 4. Pages 395 – 413.

“What a Thing, then, Is This Cow…”: Positioning Domestic Livestock Animals in the Texts and Practices of Small-Scale “Self-Sufficiency,”. Lewis Holloway. Volume 11, Issue 2. Pages 145 – 165.

Animal Agendas: Conflict over Productive Animals in Twentieth-Century Australian Cities. Andrea Gaynor. Volume 15, Issue 1. Pages: 29 –42

Animal Domestication in Geographic Perspective. Kay Anderson. Volume 6, Issue 2. Pages: 119 –135.

Animals and the Discourse of Farming in Southern Africa. Mitchell, Les. Volume 14, Issue 1. Pages: 39 –59.

Changes in Animal Welfare Views in New Zealand: Responding to Global Change. Alison Loveridge. Volume 21, Issue 4. Pages: 325 –340.

Cruel Intimacies and Risky Relationships: Accounting for Suffering in Industrial Livestock Production. Natalie Purcell. Volume 19, Issue 1. Pages: 59 –81.

Dairy Cows: Workers in the Shadows? Jocelyne Porcher; Tiphaine Schmitt. Volume 20, Issue 1. Pages 39 – 60.

Farming Animals And The Capabilities Approach: Understanding Roles And Responsibilities Through Narrative Ethics. Raymond Anthony. Volume 17, Issue 3. Pages: 257 –278.

Global Climate Change and the Industrial Animal Agriculture Link: The Construction of Risk. Elizabeth Bristow. Volume 19, Issue 3. Pages: 205 –224.

Moral Disengagement and Support for Nonhuman Animal Farming. Les Mitchell. Volume 19, Issue 1. Pages: 38 –58.

Reproducing Dominion: Emotional Apprenticeship in the 4-H Youth Livestock Program. Colter Ellis; Leslie Irvine. Volume 18, Issue 1. Pages: 21 –39.

The Changing Geographies of Domestic Livestock Animals. Richard Yarwood and Nick Evans. Volume 6, Issue 2. Pages: 137 –165.

The Use of Animals in New Zealand: Regulation and Practice. Michael C. Morris. Volume 19, Issue 4. Pages: 368 –382.

What Can a Farm Animal Biography Accomplish? The Case of Portrait of a Burger as a Young Calf. Tsovel, Ariel. Volume 13, Issue 3. Pages 245 – 262.

The Slaughterhouse, Social Disorganization, and Violent Crime in Rural Communities ,  Jessica Racine Jacques, Society & Animals, Vol 23, No. 6

Important Cows and Possum Pests ,  Jan Dutkiewicz, Society & Animals, Vol 23, No. 4

Farm Animal Welfare and Children , Nelly Lakestani; Virginio Aguirre and Agustin Orihuela, Society & Animals, Vol 23, No. 4

Adolescents Care but Don’t Feel Responsible for Farm Animal Welfare , Jen Jamieson; Michael J. Reiss; David Allen; Lucy Asher; Matthew O. Parker; Christopher M. Wathes and Siobhan M. Abeyesinghe, Society & Animals, Vol 23, No. 3.

Updated January 2019


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