The latest issue of Society & Animals, Vol. 28(4), has just been published.
Managed and edited by Society & Animals is the premier peer-reviewed journal covering the relationships between humans and non-human animals and the ways in which nonhuman animals figure in human lives. The journal publishes studies from the fields of psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science, other social sciences, history, literary criticism, and other disciplines of the humanities. Find more information on Society & Animals here.
This issue has the following articles:
LIMITED OPEN ACCESS: Patterns in Horse–Human Relationships: The Case of Wales. Helen Sampson, Pages: 333–356.
Maasai Relationships with and Perceptions of Dogs in Northern Tanzania. Lena K. Webster and James J. Ebersole, Pages: 357–376.
Minority Cultural Rights and Bullfighting in a Portuguese Context, Luis Cordeiro-Rodrigues, Pages: 377–394.
The Three R’s as a Framework for Considering the Ethics of Animal Assisted Interventions. Martina Simonato, Marta De Santis, Laura Contalbrigo, Barbara De Mori, Licia Ravarotto, and Luca Farina, Pages: 395–419
Muddled Facts and Values: Positivism, Egoism, and Anthropocentrism in the Anthropocene. Francisco J. Santiago-Ávila, Pages: 420–429.
The Pleasure of the Death of the Shark. Brett Mills, Pages: 431–435.
“More of a Liability than an Asset”: Victorian Women’s Advocacy for Other Animals. Corey Lee Wrenn, Pages: 437–439.
Reimagining the “Good Life” in Nonhuman Animal Husbandry: Will We Listen to Their “Wordless” Speech?. Erika Cudworth, Pages: 440–445.
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