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The Resource Children, Dogs and Education : Caring for, Learning Alongside, and Gaining Support from Canine Companions, Mary Renck Jalongo, editor

Children, Dogs and Education : Caring for, Learning Alongside, and Gaining Support from Canine Companions, Mary Renck Jalongo, editor

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Children, Dogs and Education : Caring for, Learning Alongside, and Gaining Support from Canine Companions
Title
Children, Dogs and Education
Title remainder
Caring for, Learning Alongside, and Gaining Support from Canine Companions
Statement of responsibility
Mary Renck Jalongo, editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
155.418
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Jalongo, Mary Renck,
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  • Children and animals
  • Dog owners
  • Human-animal relationships
Label
Children, Dogs and Education : Caring for, Learning Alongside, and Gaining Support from Canine Companions, Mary Renck Jalongo, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; 1 Introduction: Children and the Dogs in Their Lives; Introduction; Goals for the Book; Why This Book at This Time?; Conclusion; References; Dogs in the Family; 2 An Attachment Perspective on the Child-Dog Bond: Interdisciplinary and International Research Findings; Dog Keeping in Families; Influences on the Child-Dog Bond; The Uniqueness of Attachment to Dogs; Canine Attachment Behavior; Conclusion; References; 3 Building Behaviorally Healthy Relationships Between Children and Dogs; Definition of Behaviorally Healthy
  • "For the Children": What Children Seek from a Dog"For the Children" & he Nicest Dogs; Growing up Together & evelopmental Trends in Relationships; Teaching Responsibility & uardianship of Dogs; Re-Thinking the Family Dog; Conclusion; References; 4 The Family Dog: Influence of Parents on Children's Concepts of Responsible Dog Care; Why Study Dog-Human Bonds in Families?; Background of Dog-Human Bond; Methods; Participants; Instrument; Results; Current Dog; Value of Dog to Family; Worth of Dog to Family; Responsibility for Care of Dog; Child Safety Rules; Giving Up On the Family Dog
  • Changes in Treatment of Dogs from Childhood to AdulthoodChanges in Parents' Ideas About Keeping Dogs; Child Sex and Age; Discussion; Parents' Perspectives on Dogs; Parents' Childhood Experiences with Dogs; Parents' Expectations for Children and Dogs; Limitations and Implications for Parents and Families; References; 5 Becoming Parent: The Role of Dog as Baby in Learning How to Care; Introduction; Japan: The First Born; Australian Dog/Baby; Time and Becoming Animal/Becoming Human; Becoming Human; The 'Cute' Discourse; Anthropological Turn; Puppy Mills; The Cost of Production
  • Learning to ParentTraining; Control Issues; Environmental Decision Making; Conclusion; References; 6 Children's Ideas About Canine Behavioral Issues and Training Practices; Introduction; Acceptance Within the Family; Canine Behavioral Issues; Obedience Training; Training Practices; Recommendations and Conclusion; References; 7 Final Gifts: Lessons Children Can Learn from Dogs About End-of-Life, Loss, and Grief; The Dog Matters. The Relationship Matters More; End of Life: Lessons from the Dog; Farewell Dear Friend: Death, Dead Bodies, and Rituals; Lessons About Loss and Grief; Color Your Grief
Control code
on1035556401
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319778457
Level of compression
unknown
Note
SpringerLink
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035556401
Label
Children, Dogs and Education : Caring for, Learning Alongside, and Gaining Support from Canine Companions, Mary Renck Jalongo, editor
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; 1 Introduction: Children and the Dogs in Their Lives; Introduction; Goals for the Book; Why This Book at This Time?; Conclusion; References; Dogs in the Family; 2 An Attachment Perspective on the Child-Dog Bond: Interdisciplinary and International Research Findings; Dog Keeping in Families; Influences on the Child-Dog Bond; The Uniqueness of Attachment to Dogs; Canine Attachment Behavior; Conclusion; References; 3 Building Behaviorally Healthy Relationships Between Children and Dogs; Definition of Behaviorally Healthy
  • "For the Children": What Children Seek from a Dog"For the Children" & he Nicest Dogs; Growing up Together & evelopmental Trends in Relationships; Teaching Responsibility & uardianship of Dogs; Re-Thinking the Family Dog; Conclusion; References; 4 The Family Dog: Influence of Parents on Children's Concepts of Responsible Dog Care; Why Study Dog-Human Bonds in Families?; Background of Dog-Human Bond; Methods; Participants; Instrument; Results; Current Dog; Value of Dog to Family; Worth of Dog to Family; Responsibility for Care of Dog; Child Safety Rules; Giving Up On the Family Dog
  • Changes in Treatment of Dogs from Childhood to AdulthoodChanges in Parents' Ideas About Keeping Dogs; Child Sex and Age; Discussion; Parents' Perspectives on Dogs; Parents' Childhood Experiences with Dogs; Parents' Expectations for Children and Dogs; Limitations and Implications for Parents and Families; References; 5 Becoming Parent: The Role of Dog as Baby in Learning How to Care; Introduction; Japan: The First Born; Australian Dog/Baby; Time and Becoming Animal/Becoming Human; Becoming Human; The 'Cute' Discourse; Anthropological Turn; Puppy Mills; The Cost of Production
  • Learning to ParentTraining; Control Issues; Environmental Decision Making; Conclusion; References; 6 Children's Ideas About Canine Behavioral Issues and Training Practices; Introduction; Acceptance Within the Family; Canine Behavioral Issues; Obedience Training; Training Practices; Recommendations and Conclusion; References; 7 Final Gifts: Lessons Children Can Learn from Dogs About End-of-Life, Loss, and Grief; The Dog Matters. The Relationship Matters More; End of Life: Lessons from the Dog; Farewell Dear Friend: Death, Dead Bodies, and Rituals; Lessons About Loss and Grief; Color Your Grief
Control code
on1035556401
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319778457
Level of compression
unknown
Note
SpringerLink
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035556401

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