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CLINTON R. SANDERS

In: 21st Century Sociology

Chapter 58: The Sociology of Nonhuman Animals and Society

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The Sociology of Nonhuman Animals and Society
The sociology of nonhuman animals and society

Human interaction with nonhuman animals is a central feature of contemporary social life. The majority of households in the United States (64 percent) include at least one companion animal (American Veterinary Medical Association 2003); more people visit zoos each year than attend professional sporting ...

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