By Erik A. Garrett
This e-book depends on the phenomenological process from Edmund Husserl and a rhetorical method of learn the interplay among humans and animals within the zoo house. Phenomenology, the philosophy of reading the engaged daily lived adventure, is a common strategy to use within the undertaking. regardless of its wealthy heritage and culture it's attention-grabbing that there are only a few books explaining “how to do” phenomenology. Why can we visit the Zoo? offers an in depth account of ways to truly behavior a phenomenological analysis.
The writer spent millions of hours in zoos gazing humans and animals engage in addition to conversing with humans either officially and informally. This e-book asks readers to bracket their preconceptions of what is going on within the zoo and, as an alternative, to discover the which means of robust zoo reviews whereas reminding us of the stricken background of zoos.
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Why Do We Go to the Zoo?: Communication, Animals, and the Cultural-Historical Experience of Zoos (The Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Series in Communication Studies) by Erik A. Garrett