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Dog's Best Friend?
Rethinking Canid-Human Relations
edited by John Sorenson and Atsuko Matsuoka
In almost 40 per cent of households in North America, dogs are kept as companion animals. Dogs may be man's best friends, but what are humans to dogs? If these animals' loyalty and unconditional love have won our hearts, why do we so often view closely related wild canids, such as foxes, wolves, and coyotes, as pests, predatory killers, and demons?
Re-examining the complexity and contradictions of human attitudes towards these animals, Dog's Best Friend? looks at how our relationships with canids have shaped and also been transformed by different political and economic contexts.
Working with Immigrants and Refugees: Issues, Theories, and Approaches for Social Work and Human Services Practice