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Chapter 5 Anthropology

by: Cassidy Zirko

Chapter 5 Anthropology ANTY 220S

Cassidy Zirko
Culture & Society
Cheyenne Laue

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Covers the co evolution of dogs and humans
Culture & Society
Cheyenne Laue
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Date Created: 02/29/16
Chapter 5 Relatedness and Personhood Week5 Introduction Relatedness form of human kinship marriage between tribes birth or adoption of a child Described as consanguineal or affinial describes familial relationships based on biological or marital connection Laura HobgoodOster Humans share complex patter of relatedness with dogs Suggest coevolution and humans fundamentally impacted by canines History with dogs implicates an ethical ongoing debt The DogHuman Bond Domesticating Each Other In Austin growing dog community almost as many vets as pediatricians Larger need for doggy daycare like childcare role of dogs changing in society Dogs are becoming different than in the past human and dog relationship venturing into a different territory based on Austin article Human dog relationship proposes humans always changing their ideas about themselves and habits Dog in contemporary culture doghuman relationship is different than ever before Dogs filling a role of companionship in new ways though different than before Being incorporated into religious ideas and practices front and center in battle All very similar to the past uses of dogs Dogs have always been next to humans doing all the same thing they have done changing idea of what it means to be human and a dog Ability to shift roles and fill new spaces in the human life dogs are prime example of symbiosis Doghuman relationship not dramatically changing continuing to adapt Dogs aren t entirely new characters just amplified or reconsidered players New phenomenon for people getting food for dogs dogs being there in daily life constant companionship Humans owe a lot to dogs recognize longstanding partnership with them Recognition and remembering of doghuman journey I huge religious connection Diminishing dogs diminishes humanity because humans connected to other species and cant live without companionship Dogs practical partners and spiritual companion help with hunt and herd healers taking humans to afterlife tools of war and empire companionship avatars of divinities and actors in myths and legends Dog blessings are occurring in places of worship showing the ease of which dogs and humans exist together Vet care for animals also faith based outreach programs for dogs to help with healing Growing dog rescue culture leading to who saved who Human culture became technologized and sanitized dogs place was questioned and regulated After enlightenment rise of ideas that supported human superiority and centrality I other animal presence threated new human ideas Dogs were thought of as things rather than animals Control of dog populations things dogs are expendable and unimportant Dogs killed for a variety of reasons some places where dogs are pariahs Dog exist because of human domestication I rely on connection with humans but place into nuisance category Many shelters and organization looking for homeless dogs to rescue Dogs have become increasingly vulnerable primarily pets and at the whim of human companions Dog rescuers come in every shape and size and background and income levels They are extremely dedicated to helping dogs the need is so great rescuers will lose everything The Two Ends of the Leash 0 Dogs have variety of roles hunters herders healers warriors invaders and companions 0 Pet is exaggerated I dogs fill in some settings 0 People rethinking how to live with dogs and provide for dogs


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