anthrozoology


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anthrozoology

(ăn′thrə-zō-ŏl′ə-jē, -zo͞o-)
n.
The scientific study of the interactions between humans and other animals.
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Anthrozoos, a leading multidisciplinary journal that regularly examines the relations between people and "non-human animals," is published quarterly on behalf of the International Society for Anthrozoology, which was founded in part to address the characteristics and consequences of these interactions.
En el mundo anglosajon los denominados Animal Studies, Human-Animal Studies (HAS) o Anthrozoology constituyen una disciplina independiente, con la misma dignidad que pudieran tener los Gender Studies, la Social History, la Economic History o la Cultural History.
As he became more interested in such questions, Herzog's research shifted from reptile behavior to anthrozoology, the study of how humans and animals interact.
In a poster session at the annual meeting of the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ), From Smokey to Sheba: The Naming of Cats, Bernstein and co-author Claire White found that cat names fell into six categories: cute/endearing (e.
Scientists from the Institute of Anthrozoology at Southampton University described the results of their study on human-companion animal communication.
Researchers at Southampton University's Anthrozoology Institute asked 168 vets throughout the country to study the behaviour of the 49 most popular breeds.
of Wales Trinity Saint David) reviews the literature of anthrozoology, or the anthropological study of human relations with animals.
These findings were presented at the 18th Annual Conference of the International Society of Anthrozoology and the First Human Animal Interaction Conference (HAI) in Kansas City, Mo.
The researchers will explore the many ways animals benefit people of all ages during the International Society for Anthrozoology and Human-Animal Interaction Conference in Kansas City, Mo.
Newmasters programmes being launched this autumn include ancient narrative, anthrozoology, Mediterranean civilisations (all subject to approval) and a relaunched MA in the word and the visual imagination.
Drawn from peer-reviewed papers delivered at a symposium entitled Research Meets Practice: Human-animal Interaction in Obesity Across the Lifespan, part of the larger 18th Annual Conference of the International Society for Anthrozoology, held in Kansas City, Missouri in October 2009, this collection examines the effective use of dog walking as a tool for promoting healthy lifestyles in a variety of populations.