“Be[a]ware of the Dog”: A Post‐Humanist Approach to Housing

@article{Franklin2006BeawareOT,
  title={“Be[a]ware of the Dog”: A Post‐Humanist Approach to Housing},
  author={A. Franklin},
  journal={Housing, Theory and Society},
  year={2006},
  volume={23},
  pages={137 - 156}
}
  • A. Franklin
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • Housing, Theory and Society
  • Alongside much talk of the dissolution of a nature /culture binary view of the world, there is also, symmetrically, considerable change observed in the performance of relations with non‐humans and the proliferation of hybrids (Latour 1993, Haraway 2003). Through an examination of why and how humans and companion species have begun to live with each other in new ways this paper will challenge (at least) two of those sociological disciplines currently governed by humanist ontologies. It suggests… CONTINUE READING
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