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  1. Support for animal rights as a function of belief in evolution, religious fundamentalism, and religious denomination

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    Contributor(s):: J. L. DeLeeuw, L. W Galen, C. Aebersold, V. Stanton

    The present study examined the relationship among religious denomination, fundamentalism, belief about human origins, gender, and support for animal rights. Eighty-two college undergraduates filled out a set of 3 questionnaires: The Religious Fundamentalism Scale (Altemeyer & Hunsberger, 2004),...

  2. "I'm Not an Activist!": Animal Rights vs. Animal Welfare in the Purebred Dog Rescue Movement

    Contributor(s):: Greenebaum, J.

  3. "Nothing of the Origin and Destiny of Cats": The Remainder of the Logos

    Contributor(s):: Rose, John M.

  4. "The Dog in the Lifeboat Revisited": Commentary

    Contributor(s):: Finsen, Susan

  5. 'A very rare and difficult thing': Ecofeminism, attention to animal suffering, and the disappearance of the subject

    Contributor(s):: Adams, Carol

  6. 'Animal Ethics Dilemma': an interactive learning tool for university and professional training

    Contributor(s):: Hanlon, A. J., Algers, A., Dich, T., Hansen, T., Loor, H., Sandoe, P.

    'Animal Ethics Dilemma' is a freely available computer-supported learning tool (www.animalethicsdilemma.net or www.aedilemma.net) which has been developed primarily for veterinary undergraduates but is applicable also to students in other fields of animal science. The objectives of the computer...

  7. 'How is Fido?': What the Family's Companion Animal Can Tell You about Risk Assessment and Effective Interventions-If Only You Would Ask! [The How: Practical Applications]

    Contributor(s):: Loar, Lynn, Ryan, Thomas

  8. 'Now, it's the lawyers' turn'. Animal rights moves into courts, legislatures

    Contributor(s):: Nolen, R. S.

  9. 'Pleasures', 'pains' and animal welfare: toward a natural history of affect

    Contributor(s):: Fraser, D., Duncan, I. J. H.

  10. 'The movement is my life': The psychology of animal rights activism

    Contributor(s):: Herzog, Harold A.

  11. Jul 13 2014

    1st Global Conference: Making Sense of: The Animal and Human Bond

    This interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary conference invites an exploration of the concept or notion of “animal” in its own right and as visa a vis “human.” While humans are clearly classed as...

    http://habricentral.org/events/details/209

  12. Oct 13 2017

    25th Annual Animal Law Conference

    Lewis and Clark Law School and the Animal Legal Defense Fund have a rich history hosting and supporting animal law conferences for students, practitioners, scholars and activists. In 1982, ALDF...

    http://habricentral.org/events/details/509

  13. A behavioural comparison of New Zealand White rabbits ( Oryctolagus cuniculus ) housed individually or in pairs in conventional laboratory cages

    Contributor(s):: Chu, L. R., Garner, J. P., Mench, J. A.

    Despite their gregarious nature, rabbits used for research are often housed individually due to concerns about aggression and disease transmission. However, conventional laboratory cages restrict movement, and rabbits housed singly in these cages often perform abnormal behaviours, an indication...

  14. A bible for animal activists

    Contributor(s):: Dewsbury, Donald A.

  15. A breeding goal to improve the welfare of sheep

    Contributor(s):: Scobie, D. R., Bray, A. R., O'Connell, D.

    This paper examines the practical and welfare implications of breeding a polled sheep with a short tail, devoid of wool on the head, legs, belly and breech, which has been proposed as a breeding goal (Scobie et al., Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animimal Production 57 (1997) 84-87)....

  16. A brief history of animal law, Part I (1972-1987)

    Contributor(s):: Tischler, J.

  17. A brief history of animal law, Part II (1985-2011)

    Contributor(s):: Tischler, J.

  18. A brief note on the effects of novel enrichment on an unwanted behaviour of captive bonobos

    Contributor(s):: Csatadi, A., Leus, K., Pereboom, J. J. M.

    Animals in captivity may show undesirable behaviour when they are not sufficiently challenged, making it essential for their well-being to provide daily enrichment to zoo animals. Primates need a regular replacement with novel enrichment objects to prevent them from getting bored and look for...

  19. A brief note on the validation of a system for recording lying behaviour in dairy cows

    Contributor(s):: O'Driscoll, K., Boyle, L., Hanlon, A.

    The duration and frequency of lying behaviour and the time spent standing are behavioural indicators of cow comfort. The objective of this study was to validate a robustly designed datalogger (DL) for recording standing and lying behaviour of cows at pasture. The datalogger consists of an...

  20. A brief report on aggressive interactions within and between groups of domestic turkeys ( Meleagris gallopavo )

    Contributor(s):: Buchwalder, T., Huber-Eicher, B.

    Aggressive encounters and injuries due to head pecking seriously threaten the welfare of domestic turkeys and also result in economic waste within the turkey industry. The aim of this study was to investigate whether domestic turkey toms distinguish group members from non-group members and if...