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The Resource Companion animals and domestic violence : rescuing me, rescuing you, Nik Taylor, Heather Fraser

Companion animals and domestic violence : rescuing me, rescuing you, Nik Taylor, Heather Fraser

Label
Companion animals and domestic violence : rescuing me, rescuing you
Title
Companion animals and domestic violence
Title remainder
rescuing me, rescuing you
Statement of responsibility
Nik Taylor, Heather Fraser
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
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Taylor, Nik
Dewey number
304.2/7
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1965-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Fraser, Heather
Series statement
Palgrave studies in animals and social problems
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  • Human-animal relationships
  • Pets
  • Animal welfare
  • Family violence
Label
Companion animals and domestic violence : rescuing me, rescuing you, Nik Taylor, Heather Fraser
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; 1: Human and Animal Victims of Domestic Violence: Being Rescued; Introduction; About Us; Trigger Warnings and Transformative Education; Overview of Projects That Underpin This Book; Loving You, Loving Me (2016-2018); In Good Company: Women and Animal Companions (2014-2015); What Is It About Animals? (2015-2016); Relationships Between Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and/or Transgender People and Their Animal Companions (2016-Present); Note on Terminology; Chapter Outlines; References
  • 2: The Links In-and-Between Human-Animal Abuses: Love, Loyalty, and PainIntroduction; Framing Domestic Violence and Ascertaining Its Impact; Questions About Victims Leaving; Long-Term Effects of Domestic Violence; Recognising the Links Between Love, Abuse, and Loyalty; The Contradictions of Love; Our Position; Feminist Intersectionality; Taking Animal Abuse Seriously; Conclusion; References; 3: What We Choose to Hear: Researching Human-Animal Violence; Introduction; Framing the Questions, Designing the Research; Domestic Violence Is More Than a 'Women's Issue'
  • Designing the Loving You, Loving Me ProjectFraming the Project; Getting the Chance to Meet the Animals; Listening to Stories: Intrusion and Discomfort; Working in Partnership with Local Support Services; Hearing and Representing 'Good Data'; The Power of Feeling Understood; Politics, Harm, and Emotions in Research Work; Being Personally Affected; Notes on Critical Companion Animal Research; A Compassionate and Critical Approach; Conclusion; References; 4: Being Subjected to Domestic Violence: Empathic Love and Domination; Introduction; Empathic Love, Companion Animals, and Family
  • Empathic Love and DomesticityGrowing Up Alongside Companion Animals; Leaving Home Early Because of Abuse; When Adult Love Relationships Turn Abusive; The Domestic Violation of Animal Companions; More Than 'Incidents' of Abuse; Forms of Coercive Control; Conclusion; References; 5: Foregrounding Companion Animals' Experiences of Domestic Violence; Introduction; Domestic Violence and Animal Standpoint Theory; Impact of Domestic Violence on Animals; Conceptualising Domestic Violence to Include Animals; Assisting Animal Victims of Domestic Violence; Conclusion; References
  • 6: Supporting Victims/Survivors: Escape, Refuge, and RecoveryIntroduction; Rethinking Escape; An Impossible Choice; Help Can Be Elusive; Living from Day to Day in a Motel; Recovery Over the Longer Term; Parenting Challenges Post-Separation; Managing the Aftermath; Recovery and Companion Animals; Maintaining the Will to Live; Conclusion; References; 7: The Work of Significant Other/s: Companion Animal Relationships in the Future; Introduction; Half a Century of Campaigns, Research, and Service Provision; Theories: Animals and Feminist Intersectionality; Interspecies Love, Care, and Work
Control code
on1084749777
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030041250
Note
SpringerLink
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1084749777
Label
Companion animals and domestic violence : rescuing me, rescuing you, Nik Taylor, Heather Fraser
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; 1: Human and Animal Victims of Domestic Violence: Being Rescued; Introduction; About Us; Trigger Warnings and Transformative Education; Overview of Projects That Underpin This Book; Loving You, Loving Me (2016-2018); In Good Company: Women and Animal Companions (2014-2015); What Is It About Animals? (2015-2016); Relationships Between Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and/or Transgender People and Their Animal Companions (2016-Present); Note on Terminology; Chapter Outlines; References
  • 2: The Links In-and-Between Human-Animal Abuses: Love, Loyalty, and PainIntroduction; Framing Domestic Violence and Ascertaining Its Impact; Questions About Victims Leaving; Long-Term Effects of Domestic Violence; Recognising the Links Between Love, Abuse, and Loyalty; The Contradictions of Love; Our Position; Feminist Intersectionality; Taking Animal Abuse Seriously; Conclusion; References; 3: What We Choose to Hear: Researching Human-Animal Violence; Introduction; Framing the Questions, Designing the Research; Domestic Violence Is More Than a 'Women's Issue'
  • Designing the Loving You, Loving Me ProjectFraming the Project; Getting the Chance to Meet the Animals; Listening to Stories: Intrusion and Discomfort; Working in Partnership with Local Support Services; Hearing and Representing 'Good Data'; The Power of Feeling Understood; Politics, Harm, and Emotions in Research Work; Being Personally Affected; Notes on Critical Companion Animal Research; A Compassionate and Critical Approach; Conclusion; References; 4: Being Subjected to Domestic Violence: Empathic Love and Domination; Introduction; Empathic Love, Companion Animals, and Family
  • Empathic Love and DomesticityGrowing Up Alongside Companion Animals; Leaving Home Early Because of Abuse; When Adult Love Relationships Turn Abusive; The Domestic Violation of Animal Companions; More Than 'Incidents' of Abuse; Forms of Coercive Control; Conclusion; References; 5: Foregrounding Companion Animals' Experiences of Domestic Violence; Introduction; Domestic Violence and Animal Standpoint Theory; Impact of Domestic Violence on Animals; Conceptualising Domestic Violence to Include Animals; Assisting Animal Victims of Domestic Violence; Conclusion; References
  • 6: Supporting Victims/Survivors: Escape, Refuge, and RecoveryIntroduction; Rethinking Escape; An Impossible Choice; Help Can Be Elusive; Living from Day to Day in a Motel; Recovery Over the Longer Term; Parenting Challenges Post-Separation; Managing the Aftermath; Recovery and Companion Animals; Maintaining the Will to Live; Conclusion; References; 7: The Work of Significant Other/s: Companion Animal Relationships in the Future; Introduction; Half a Century of Campaigns, Research, and Service Provision; Theories: Animals and Feminist Intersectionality; Interspecies Love, Care, and Work
Control code
on1084749777
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030041250
Note
SpringerLink
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1084749777

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