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Sociology Shaping Inter-species Connectedness

Shaping Inter-species Connectedness

Research Outputs

The Shaping Inter-species Connectedness project has come to an end. To mark its close, the project team has developed an impact page that draws together the project’s key outputs and research findings.
 
One of our outputs is a film on companion dog training. It is available here and might be useful for anyone wanting to persuade people to engage in training with their dogs. It's free to use!

Talking with Professor Nickie Charles

What are your aims and motivations for this project?

The project aims to explore how different dog training cultures and the practices they involve shape the relationship between dog and human handler.

Explore the Project

This inter-disciplinary project investigated different forms of human-animal connectedness and the ways in which they are shaped by different training cultures; we focused on dog training as a particular example.

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