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Humans and Other Animals Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Human-Animal Interactions

Author: Samantha Hurn
Publisher: London Pluto Press 2012
Series: Anthropology, Culture and Society
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Intro -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Series Preface -- 1 Why Look at Human-Animal Interactions? -- 2 Animality -- 3 Continuity -- 4 The West and the Rest -- 5 Domestication -- 6 Good to Think -- 7 Food -- 8 Pets -- 9 Communication -- 10 Intersubjectivity -- 11 Humans and Other Primates -- 12 Science and Medicine -- 13 Conservation -- 14 Hunting and Blood Sports -- 15 Animal Rights and Wrongs -- 16
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Samantha Hurn
ISBN: 9781849647267 1849647267 9780745331195 074533119X
OCLC Number: 1039543139
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (231 Seiten)
Contents: 1. Why look at human-animal interactions?2. Animality3. Continuity4. The West and the Rest5. Domestication6. Good to think7. Food8. Pets9. Communication 10. Intersubjectivity11. Humans and other primates12. Science and medicine13. Conservation14. Hunting and blood sports15. Animal rights and wrongs16. From anthropocentricity to multispecies ethnographyBibliographyIndex
Series Title: Anthropology, Culture and Society

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Explores the evolving and diverse ways in which humans and animals interact, from blood sports to pet keeping.  Read more...

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'A refreshingly novel text for beginning students, as well as stimulating a wider interest in an intelligent discussion of human-animals relations' -- Roy Ellen, Professor of Anthropology and Human Read more...

 
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