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Domestic Animals, Humans, and Leisure

Rights, Welfare, and Wellbeing (Routledge Research in the Ethics of Tourism Series)

By Janette Young (Edited by), Neil Carr (Edited by)

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Format: Hardback, 272 pages
Other Information: 24 Halftones, black and white; 24 Illustrations, black and white
Domestic animals are an integral component of human leisure experience and can enhance the physical, social and mental wellbeing of humans. The interplay of human and animal experiences of justice, wellbeing, rights and roles within leisure is the central theme of this book. Research explores the position of domesticated animals in human leisure experiences, in a wide array of leisure settings. Chapters question whether domestic animals may have a desire for leisure that is different from human leisure, whether animals have and wish to fulfil needs for meaningful leisure or non-leisure, and whether human leisure needs and desires may coincide or contradict wellbeing interests of animals. This book provides a venue for the dissemination and exploration of research, which champions the welfare and rights of these animals to have their needs and interests in leisure recognised. It moves the debate about animals in leisure beyond the current limits which have seen research mainly confined to the exotic `other' rather than more mundane, everyday domestic animals. This book will be of interest to individuals in the fields of tourism ethics, zoology, animal behaviour and leisure studies.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction Janette Young and Neil Carr 2. Animals as legal persons Lalu Hanuman 3. Behind Bars: Contradictions in Expectation and Experience of Living with Caged Pets Ruthann Drummond 4. Dog shows and leisure Magdalena Dabrowska 5. The Dog Fancy: An Enjoyable Hobby or a Destructive Practice that Reinforces Ableist and Speciesist Ideologies Scott Hurley 6. Canine work, canine pleasure and human leisure: A comparison of human and sheepdog experiences in agility and dog trial competitive events Jacquie L'Etang & Rebecca Finkel 7. Dogs in an Urban National Park: Conflict between Domesticated Dogs, Wildlife, and Semi-Domesticated Humans Jackson Wilson, Aiko Yoshino & Pavlina Latkova 8. Walking the dog - chore or leisure? Lisel O'Dwyer 9. Domesticated dogs and `doings' during the holidays Bodil Stilling Blichfeldt & Katarina Leci Sakacova 10. "Dogs' place are streets, not parks". The denial of leisure spaces to pet dogs in New Delhi, India Deborah Nadal 11. A Post-humanistic Insight into Human-Equine Interactions and Wellbeing within Leisure and Tourism Paula Danby 12. Pampered prisoners: Meeting the ethological needs of the modern sport horse Antonia Henderson 13. Human Initiated Animal Fights Erik Cohen 14. Conclusions and future agendas Neil Carr & Janette Young

About the Author

Janette Young lectures in health policy, politics and promotion at the University of South Australia. Her research interests' hub around the human: animal intersection, salutogenesis or what creates health and wellbeing, social justice and public policy. She has a background as a social worker in ageing, and project and policy work across a diverse range of human interest areas. It was working as a social work student many years ago that she learnt that seeking to holistically meet the needs of some people has to encompass caring about the animals these people care about. Neil Carr is head of the Department of Tourism at the University of Otago and the Editor of Annals of Leisure Research. His research focuses on understanding behaviour within tourism and leisure experiences; with a particular emphasis on children and families, sex, and animals. He has authored and edited several books, including Dogs in the Leisure Experience (CABI 2014) and Domestic Animals and Leisure (Palgrave Macmillan 2015).

EAN: 9781138209275
ISBN: 1138209279
Publisher: Routledge
Dimensions: 23.5 x 15.9 centimetres
Age Range: 15+ years
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