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Anthrozoos is the journal of the International Society for Anthrozoology and is a vital forum for academic dialogue on human-animal relations. It is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal that has enjoyed a distinguished history as a pioneer in the field since its launch in 1987. The key premise of Anthrozoos is to address the characteristics and consequences of interactions and relationships between people and non-human animals across areas as varied as anthropology, ethology, medicine, psychology, veterinary medicine and zoology. Articles therefore cover the full range of human animal relations, from their treatment in the arts and humanities, through to behavioral, biological, social and health sciences..

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Volume 10, Number 1, 1997

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Forward Ho!
pp. 2-2(1)
Author: Podberscek, Anthony L.


The Media and Policy Decisions Affecting Animals
pp. 8-13(6)
Author: Jones, Dena M.

Reviews and Research Reports

Bulls, and the W3s Sceptre in Ancient Egypt and Sudan
pp. 14-22(9)
Authors: Lobban, Richard; Sprague, Michael

Use of an Aviary to Relieve Depression in Elderly Males
pp. 32-36(5)
Authors: Holcomb, Ralph; Jendro, Connie; Weber, Barbara; Nahan, Ursula

Compatibility Stereotypes of People and Pets: A Photograph Matching Study
pp. 37-46(10)
Authors: Budge, Claire R.; Spicer, John; St. George, Ross; Jones, Boyd R.

Short Communications

Tourists' Effects on Drivers of Working Asian Elephants
pp. 47-49(3)
Author: Hart, Lynette A.


Dogs Judge Books by Their Covers
pp. 50-52(3)
Author: Chamove, Arnold S.

Clinical Notes

Animal-Assisted Enhancement of Speech Therapy: A Case Study
pp. 53-56(4)
Author: Adams, Deborah L.

News and Analysis

News & Analysis
pp. 57-58(2)

In the Literature

Book Reviews
pp. 59-61(3)

pp. 62-63(2)


pp. 64-64(1)
Authors: Ascione, Frank; Weber, Claudia

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