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Guest Editors' Introduction

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  • 1 UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW
  • | 2 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
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103 Guest Editors' Introduction Through the Geographical Looking Glass: Space, Place, and Society-Animal Relations Chris Philo UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW Jennifer Wolch1 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA As geographers interested in human-animal relations, a recent paper in Society & Animals immediately caught our eye on account of its main title, "Safe in Unsafe Places" (Gillespie, Leffler & Lemer, 1996). The study explores how human interactions in certain types of places are altered by the presence of dogs popularly perceived to be aggressive. Adopting a participant observation role as dog enthu- siasts travelling around the country attending dog shows with their own Rottwei

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