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Articles on Veterinary Issues

This is a collection of articles about veterinary issues from the Society & Animals Journal.  The Society & Animals Journal is an academic journal that publishes studies that describe and analyze our experiences of non-human animals from the perspective of various disciplines within the social sciences and humanities.

Dolby, N., & Litster, A. (2018). Animal Welfare and Animal Rights. An Exploratory Study of Veterinary Students’ Perspectives. Society & Animals, Vol. 26, No. 1.

Attitudes of Australian and Turkish Students of Veterinary Medicine toward Nonhuman Animals and Their Careers. Serdar Izmirli; Ali Yigit and Clive Julian Christie Phillips. Volume 22, Issue 6.  Pages 580 – 601.

Biting the Hand that Heals You: Encounters with Problematic Patients in a General Veterinary Practice. Clinton R. Sanders. Volume 2, Issue 1.  Pages 47 – 66.

Contesting Horses: Borders and Shifting Social Meanings in Veterinary Medical Education. Jenny R. Vermilya. Volume 20, Issue 2.  Pages 123 – 137.

Death or Declaw: Dealing with Moral Ambiguity in a Veterinary Hospital. Atwood-Harvey. Dana. Volume 13, Issue 4.  Pages 315 – 342.

End-of-Life Issues in United States Veterinary Medicine Schools. George E. Dickinson; Paul D. Roof; Karin W. Roof. Volume 18, Issue 2.  Pages 152 – 162.

Issues for Veterinarians in Recognizing and Reporting Animal Neglect and Abuse. Gary J. Patronek. Volume 5, Issue 3.  Pages 267 – 280.

Perpetration-induced Traumatic Stress in Persons Who Euthanize Nonhuman Animals in Surgeries, Animal Shelters, and Laboratories. Rohlf, Vanessa; Bennett, Pauleen. Volume 13, Issue 3.  Pages 201 – 220.

Protecting the Self,  Nicole Owens, Society & Animals, Vol 23, No. 2

Variations in Pet Attachment among Students at an American School of Veterinary Medicine. Sue-Ellen Brown. Volume 11, Issue 1.  Pages 101 – 102.

Updated January 2019

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