A classic and influential study of the ways in which ideas regarding masculinity found in contemporary society intersect with a devotion to the consumption of animal bodies and how this intersection...

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Attitudes and Activism
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An interdisciplinary examination of the foundations of our moral attitudes toward animals, drawing from philosophy, neuroscience, psychology, law, history, sociology, economics, and anthropology to...

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Attitudes and Activism
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Interviews with animal activists, both prominent and grassroots, and commentary on the current state of the world vis a vis animals. Hosted by Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan.

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Attitudes and Activism
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Sets forth the author’s critique, also elaborated upon in a number of other works, of the tactics of the modern animal rights movement, and asserts that the willingness to espouse welfarism, while...

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Attitudes and Activism
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An examination of human attitudes toward different animals that focuses on the extreme contradictions inherent in those attitudes and our resulting relationships with different animals, encompassing...

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Attitudes and Activism
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Considers the ramifications of the creation of legal obstacles to counter the advances of both environmental and animal activism.

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Law and Policy, Attitudes and Activism
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A psychologist’s discussion of some of the internal mechanisms and messages people use to justify very different treatment of cognitively similar animals. 

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Attitudes and Activism
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Documentary on animal activists who, based on a campaign known as “Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty,” found themselves targeted as terrorists by the United States government.

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Attitudes and Activism
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A collection of essays by the founder of United Poultry Concerns, detailing 30 years of activism on behalf of chickens and other domesticated fowl. In addition to personal stories, the book highlights...

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Attitudes and Activism, Animals in Agriculture
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Using popular culture as a point of reference, the authors provide new theoretical frameworks on race, advocacy for nonhuman animals, and feminism, and emphasize new ways of understanding oppression.

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Attitudes and Activism
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