Just a Dog: Understanding Animal Cruelty and Ourselves

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Arluke, Arnold. 1988. “Sacrificial Symbolism in Animal Experimentation: Object or Pet?” Anthrozoos 2:98–117.

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_____. 1991. “Going Into the Closet with Science: Information Control Among Animal Experimenters.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 20:306–30.

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Arluke, Arnold, and Julian Groves. 1998. “Pushing the Boundaries: Scientists in the Public Arena.” In Lynette Hart, ed., Responsible Conduct with Animals in Research, 145–64. New York: Oxford University Press.

Arluke, Arnold, and Frederic Hafferty. 1996. “From Apprehension to Fascination with ‘Dog Lab’: The Uses of Absolutions by Medical Students.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 25:201–25.

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