FROM THE EDITOR
FARM ANIMAL DISEASES IN CONTEXT
WHY SLAUGHTER? THE CULTURAL DIMENSIONS OF BRITAIN'S FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE CONTROL POLICY, 1892–2001
RISK COMMUNICATION, VALUE JUDGMENTS, AND THE PUBLIC-POLICY MAKER RELATIONSHIP IN A CLIMATE OF PUBLIC SENSITIVITY TOWARD ANIMALS
THE IMPACT OF BSE AND FMD ON ETHICS AND DEMOCRATIC PROCESS
BSE IN THE UK
THE LIVESTOCK REVOLUTION, FOOD SAFETY, AND SMALL-SCALE FARMERS
BOOKS RECEIVED
ANNOUNCING THE JOINT 2005 ANNUAL MEETINGS OF THE AGRICULTURE, FOOD, AND HUMAN VALUES SOCIETY (AFHVS) AND THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF FOOD AND SOCIETY (ASFS) THEME