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Kangaroos: The Non-Issue

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The international trade in kangaroo skin and meat has been contested on ecological and ethical grounds for several decades. Yet, it continues unabated. This article reviews the constitutive practices of the kangaroo network, drawing on Actor Network Theory to provide insights into why and how this trade continues. Questions of agency, network, and space are explored in this account, which looks at the real and imagined geographies of the kangaroo trade.

Affiliations: 1: UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL, UNITED KINGDOM

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2016-12-09

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