|Titre :||Human-Animal Relationships in Equestrian Sport and Leisure|
|Auteurs :||Katherine Dashper, Auteur|
|Type de document :||texte imprimé|
|Editeur :||London & new York : Routledge : Taylor & Francis Group, 2017|
|Format :||183 p. / Ill. noir et blanc / 23 x 15.5|
|Classement équitation :||180|
EquivocÉquitation et sports équestres ; Loisir ; Relation Homme-Animal ; Sciences humaines et sociales
Riding, training and caring for horses are visceral experiences that require the immersion of both body and mind. This book provides an in-depth understanding of human–horse relationships and interactions as embodied in equestrian sport and leisure.
As a closely focused ethnographic study of the horse world, it explores the key themes of partnership and collaboration in human–horse communication, the formation of individual and collective identities performed through involvement in the horse world, and human–horse interaction as an embodied way of being. This book argues that encounters between humans and horses can reveal the ways that human society has been and continues to be structured through intersection with nonhuman others. Equestrian sport and leisure provides an apt context for considering how such concepts of interspecies communication and collaboration are negotiated, managed, (mis)understood and performed, resulting in a uniquely embodied way of knowing and being in the world.
Human–Animal Relationships in Equestrian Sport and Leisure is fascinating reading for anyone interested in equestrianism, human-animal studies, theories of embodiment, the sociology of sport, or sport and social theory.
|Note de contenu :||
1. Introduction : welcome to the horse world
2. Human and animal : co-being and co-becoming
3. The yard
5. The hack
7. The horse world online
8. Conclusions : human-animal relationships in equestrian sport and leisre
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