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  • His research interests include the anthropogenic driving forces of environmental change; the connections between theory, meta-theory, and methodology; historical materialism; human ecology; ethnozoology/anthrozoology; and the sociology, history, and philosophy of science.

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  • Dr. Horowitz, the author of a best-selling book about dog cognition, "Inside of a Dog," belongs to a community of researchers paying ever closer attention to the nature of the human-animal bond in all its fetching dissonance, a pursuit recently accorded the chimeric title of anthrozoology.

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  • The task of distinguishing hype from reality on this question falls to anthrozoology, the new science of human-animal relationships.

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  • The rapidly growing field of anthrozoology, the study of human-animal relationships, is attracting scholars from a wide range of disciplines who want to answer this question.

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