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Animals and Humans together: Integration in Society
Title: Animals and Humans together: Integration in Society
Title abbreviated: ISAZ 2014
Venue: Wien
Start date: 2014-06-19
End date: 2014-06-20
Creator: Beetz, Andrea; et al.
Abstract: The 23rd Annual ISAZ Conference will focus on the role that human-animal interactions (HAI) play in society, including the basic understanding of human-animal interactions and relationships and their effects on both the human and the animal based on empirical evidence. Furthering the knowledge and understanding of the interconnectedness of humans and animals in society is critical to enhancing the acknowledgement of the field by society and science. The conference will bring together top researchers, professionals, and leaders from industry and politics and facilitate a transdisciplinary exchange on the role of humans and animals in society. The program, which consists of invited keynotes, oral presentations and poster presentations will be of interest to scholars, scientists and professionals working in the field of anthrozoology and related disciplines including biology, psychology, education, anthropology, sociology, and humand and veterinary medicine. Special Events include a public lecture by James Serpell (University of Pennsylvania, confirmed) and plenary talks by Benjamin L. Hart, (University of California, Davis), Robin Gabriels (University of Colorado, Denver), Rob Knight (University of Colrado, Boulder), Kerstin Meints (University of Lincoln, UK). [Information of the supplier]
Subject: Behavior (591.5)
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Language: English
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Resource type: Conferences and Congresses (archive)
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Metadata update date: 2014-07-08
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