A Multidisciplinary Journal of The Interactions of People and Animals, 20 Volumes, 80 issues, from V
* 80 issues, over 350 articles
* 20 years of leading scholarship on human-animal relations
* Includes free online access for 1 year
Available for the first time as a complete set, Anthrozoös: A Multidisciplinary Journal of the Interactions of People and Animals now form a two-box set of 20 volumes. This set includes seminal articles on the interactions of people and animals across a wide range of disciplines. Anthrozoös is a quarterly, peer-reviewed academic journal which has enjoyed a distinguished history as a pioneer in the field since its launch in 1987. Academic disciplines represented include anthropology, archaeozoology, art and literature, education, ethology, history, human medicine, psychology, sociology and veterinary medicine.
Anthony L. Podberscek, Editor-in-Chief is a director at the Centre for Animal Welfare and Anthrozoology Department of Veterinary Medicine University of Cambridge.
Penny Bernstein, Associate Editor is Chair of the Animal Behavior Society Education Committee at Kent State University, Ohio.
Patricia K. Anderson, Associate Editor is at Western Illinois University, USA.
Includes articles covering a vast interdisciplinary range of topics:
* Visitor behaviour in zoos: A review
* Animal science student attitudes to farm animal welfare
* Normalizing passive cruelty: The excuses and justifications of animal hoarders
* The effects of group and individual animal-assisted therapy on loneliness in residents of long-term care facilities
* The reliability of peer review in anthrozoology
* Animal rights activists' representations of animals and animal rights: An exploratory study
* A view from the bridge: Subjectivity, embodiment and animal minds
* Bestia incognita: The horse and its history in the Philippines 1880-1930
* Sea monsters and mermaids in Scottish folklore: Can these tales give us information on the historic occurrence of marine animals in Scotland?
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|'A 'must' journal to own and read for scholars, advocates, and others interested in the growing field of anthrozoology. Every issue has at least one article that I return to year after year for its insights and contributions to the study of human-animal relationships. Anthrozoös significantly extends our understanding of human-animal relationships and their place in society.'|
Arnold Arluke, Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, Northeastern University, Boston
'I have never failed to be impressed by the unique contribution of Anthrozoös over the last 20 years to the study of human-animal relationships and their place in society. With its new design and online availability, Anthrozoös will continue to be the essential journal for any scholars, institutions and for all individuals who are concerned with animal welfare and the study of interactions between animals and humans.'
Juliet Clutton-Brock, Editor of Journal of Zoology and formerly Senior Archaeozoologist