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Animals in Social Work
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Series Editors' Preface Notes on Contributors Acknowledgements Introduction; Thomas Ryan PART I: THE WHY: PHILOSOPHICAL AND THEORETICAL EXPLORATIONS 1. Deep Ecological 'Insectification': Integrating Small Friends with Social Work; Fred H. Besthorn 2. The Meaning of Animals in Women's Lives: The Importance of the 'Domestic'; Jan Fook 3. Integrative Health Thinking and the New One Health Concept: All for 'One' or 'One' for All?; Cassandra Hanrahan 4. My Dog is My Home: Increasing Awareness of Inter-Species Homelessness in Theory and Practice; Christine H. Kim and Emma K. Newton 5. Social Justice beyond Human Beings: Trans-Species Social Justice; Atsuko Matsuoka and John Sorenson 6. The Moral Priority of Vulnerability and Dependency: Why Social Work Should Respect Both Humans and Animals; Thomas Ryan PART II: THE HOW: PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS 7. The Impact of Animals and Nature for Children and Youth with Trauma Histories: A Neurodevelopmental Theory; Eileen Bona and Gail Courtnage 8. Animal-Assisted Therapy for Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders; Shanna L. Burke and Dorothea Iannuzzi 9. 'How is Fido?': What the Family's Companion Animal Can Tell You About Risk Assessment and Effective Interventions - If Only You Would Ask!; Lynn Loar 10. The Place and Consequence of Animals in Contemporary Social Work Practice; Maureen MacNamara and Jeannine Moga 11. No One Ever Asked Me That: The Value of Social Work Inquiry into the Human-Animal Bond; Nina Papazian 12. Stray Dogs and Social Work in Mauritius: An Analysis of Some Concerns and Challenges; Komalsingh Rambaree 13. Liquid Love - Grief, Loss, Animal Companions and the Social Worker; Adrienne Elizabeth Thomas 14. Domestic Violence and Companion Animal Welfare: The Issues, Risks and Implications for Practice; Deborah Walsh Select Bibliography Index

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Fred H. Besthorn, Wichita State University, USA Eileen Bona Shanna L. Burke, Nonotuck Resource Associates, Massachusetts, USA Gail Courtnage Jan Fook, Kingston University and St. Georges, University of London, UK Cassandra Hanrahan, Dalhousie University, Canada Dorothea Iannuzzi, UMMC Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center, Massachusetts, USA Christine H. Kim, National Museum of Animals and Society, Los Angeles, USA Lynn Loar, Pryor Foundation, USA Atsuko Matsuoka, York University, Canada Maureen MacNamara Jeannine Moga, North Carolina State University's College of Veterinary Medicine, USA Emma Newton, National Museum of Animals and Society, Los Angeles, USA Nina Papazian, Peterborough, Canada Komalsingh Rambaree, University of Gavle, Sweden John Sorenson, Brock University, Canada Adrienne Elizabeth Thomas Deborah Walsh, University of Queensland, Australia

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