Professor Keri Burchfield discusses the sociology of animal crime and what it can tell us. Animal crime has no universal definition, because there is disagreement about what forms of animal treatment constitute a crime. Burchfield explores the study of animal crime, the "link," and what animal crime looks like in Chicago.
The Sociology of Animal Crime
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Burchfield, K. (Academic). (2017). The sociology of animal crime [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781526420138
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