Zooitaly. Reflections on the Man-Animal Relationship (1999)

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This work describes and analyses some of the many forms of the human-animal relationship. While focusing mainly on the Italian scene, it explores emerging or little-known issues. It primarily deals with the complex implications of the veterinary profession and pet therapy. Moreover, there are a lot of data and reflections on pet ownership and care, abandonment, vivisection and vegetarianism. There are also two in-depth reports on the Aquarium of Genoa and the Biopark of Rome.

The research was based on bibliographic and journalistic sources and direct contacts with environmental and animal welfare associations.

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Index

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The Survey
Animals and non-animals?
Methodology
The iguana on the motorway
Carpaccio and powder
Doctors on the front line
That therapist is a dog!
On the Italian track: from Genoa to Rome
Conclusions
Interviews with privileged witnesses

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Introduzione

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A study of the complex reality of the animal world and how humans relate to it

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