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  1. James Ryan, John Bowyer, Noel Castree, Sandie Suchet, Pamela Shurmer-Smith, Tim Creswell, Felix Driver, Ian Thompson, Nigel Veitch & Jody Emel (2003). Referees for Ethics, Place and Environment, Volume 6, 2003. Ethics, Place and Environment 6 (3):285.
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  2. Jody Emel, Chris Wilbert & Jennifer Wolch (2002). Animal Geographies. Society and Animals 10 (4):407-412.
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  3. Jennifer Wolch, Chris Wilbert & Jody Emel (2002). Animal Geographies. Society and Animals 10 (4):407-412.
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  4. Jody Emel (2000). Review Forum. Philosophy and Geography 3 (1):116 – 120.
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  5. Glen Elder, Jody Emel & Jennifer Wolch (1998). Race, Place, and the Bounds of Humanity1. Society and Animals 6 (2):183-202.
    The idea of a human-animal divide as reflective of both differences in kind and in evolutionary progress, has retained its power to produce and maintain racial and other forms of cultural difference. During the colonial period, representations of similarity were used to link subaltern groups to animals and thereby racialize and dehumanize them. In the postcolonial present, however, animal practices of subdominant groups are typically used for this purpose. Using data on cultural conflicts surrounding animal practices collected from media sources, (...)
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  6. Glen Elder, Jennifer Wolch & Jody Emel (1998). Race, Place, and the Bounds of Humanity1. Society and Animals 6 (2):183-202.
    The idea of a human-animal divide as reflective of both differences in kind and in evolutionary progress, has retained its power to produce and maintain racial and other forms of cultural difference. During the colonial period, representations of similarity were used to link subaltern groups to animals and thereby racialize and dehumanize them. In the postcolonial present, however, animal practices of subdominant groups are typically used for this purpose. Using data on cultural conflicts surrounding animal practices collected from media sources, (...)
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  7. Glen Elder, Jennifer Wolch & Jody Emel (1998). Race, Place, and the Human-Animal Divide. Society and Animals 6:183-202.
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