Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Journalism and Communication
Gerald L. Allen
Human beings have for ages domesticated animals which they have kept for companionship as pets. Originally man and his animals lived on scattered farms and ranches where pets had plenty of room to roam. As human social structures changed and people crowded into towns and cities, the matter of controlling one's pets in order to prevent their becoming the neighbor's pests became a serious concern. Next to fights over water rights in the west, perhaps the most frequent cause for contention was the control of one's pets.
Cornish-Dryden, Camille, "The Writing and Production of a Series of Mini-Documentary Radio Programs on Animal Control and Care in Logan" (1982). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 1596.
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