VOLUME 7, ISSUE 1 (2009)

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ISSN: 1948-352X

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Volume 7, Issue 1, 2009PDF – Volume 7, Issue 1, 2009

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Introduction
Richard J. White, Chief Editor
Pg. 4 – 8
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The Rise of Critical Animal Studies: Putting Theory into Action and Animal Liberation into Higher Education
Steven Best
Pg. 9 – 52
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“Bend or Break”: Unraveling the Construction of Children and Animals as Competitors in Nineteenth-Century English Anti-Cruelty Movements
Monica Flegel
Pg. 53-73
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From War Elephants to Circus Elephants: Humanity’s Abuse of Elephants
Mike Jaynes
Pg. 74-106
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Mythologies and Commodifications of Dominion in The Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan
Lisa Jackson-Schebetta
Pg. 107 – 131
____________________________Rituals of Dominionism in Human-Nonhuman Relations: Bullfighting to Hunting, Circuses to Petting
Roger Yates
Pg. 132 – 171____________________________The Quest for a Boundless Ethic: A Reassessment of Albert Schweitzer
Norm Phelps
Pg. 172 – 193

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BOOK REVIEW

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Redemption: The Myth of Pet Overpopulation and the No-Kill Revolution in America, by Nathan J. Winograd (2007)
Reviewed by Adam J. Kochanowicz
Pg. 194 – 201