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  1. The Strange Case of Henry Bergh’s “Declaration of the Rights of Animals”

    Contributor(s): Ingram, Darcy

  2. Individuals Matter: Dilemmas and Solutions in Conservation and Animal Welfare Practices in Zoos

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Clay, Anne Safiya, Visseren-Hamakers, Ingrid J.

    Compassionate conservation advocates for minimizing individual suffering in conservation practice and adheres to the principle “individuals matter”—intrinsically, in and of themselves. Our objective is to determine the extent to which, and how, zoos recognize the intrinsic value...

  3. Into the Breach: Toward an Interspecies Politics

    Theses | Contributor(s): Dubeau, Mathieu

  4. Ballot Measures and Subversion of Direct Democracy: Initiatives to Outlaw Aerial Wolf Killing in Alaska

    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Simon, Alexander, Clark, Steven C.

  5. Party for Animals: Introducing Students to Democratic Representation of Nonhumans

    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Kopnina, Helen

  6. Homeward Bound: The Struggle Senior Dogs Face to Find Their Fur-Ever Homes, An Exhibition Proposal

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    Theses | Contributor(s): Natalia Maria Senida Chavez

    For this capstone project, I created a proposal for an exhibition centering around animal rights that focuses on the rights of senior dogs in United States animal shelters. Homeward Bound: The Struggle Senior Dogs Face to Find Their Fur-Ever Homes intends to raise...

  7. Kantian ethics and the animal turn. on the contemporary defence of Kant's indirect duty view

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Camenzind, S.

    Criticism of Kant's position on our moral relationship with animals dates back to the work of Arthur Schopenhauer and Leonard Nelson, but historically Kantian scholars have shown limited interest in the human-animal relationship as such. This situation changed in the mid-1990s with the...

  8. Free-Riders in the Nonprofit Industrial Complex: The Problem of Flexitarianism

    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Wrenn, C. L.

  9. Canine Rescue as a Social Movement: The Politics of Love

    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Peterson, A. L.

  10. At Both Ends of the Leash: Preventing Service-Dog Oppression Through the Practice of Dyadic-Belonging

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Devon MacPherson-Mayor, Cheryl van Daalen-Smith

    There is a growing interest in the “use” of service-dogs to enable people with disabilities to navigate the world more independently in North American culture. On the surface, while this may appear to be progress, the question remains, for whom? While there is evidence that the...

  11. Using Focus Groups to Explore Public Perceptions of Legal Rights for Animals

    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Broad, Garrett M.

    A robust debate regarding the ideal legal status of nonhuman animals has been taking place for some time among legal scholars, philosophers, animal scientists, social scientists, and humanists. Significantly less attention has been paid, however, to exploring how members of the public...

  12. “Animals Like Us”: Identifying with Nonhuman Animals and Support for Nonhuman Animal Rights

    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Plante, Courtney N., Reysen, Stephen, Roberts, Sharon E., Gerbasi, Kathleen

    While anthropomorphizing nonhuman animals has been shown to increase identification with them and, by extension, concern for their wellbeing, little research has directly tested whether identifying with nonhuman animals is similarly associated with concern for their wellbeing. We tested...

  13. Anthropomorphizing Dogs: Projecting One's Own Personality and Consequences for Supporting Animal Rights

    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Brown, Christina M., McLean, Julia L.

    The purpose of this paper was twofold: First, to test if people project their own personality traits onto dogs, and second, to examine if considering the psychological state of dogs increases support for animal rights more broadly. In studies 1 and 2, participants read descriptions of dog...

  14. Djurturism - moraliskt rätt?

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    Theses | Contributor(s): Camilla Sandström

    Det här examensarbetet är en litteraturstudie med syftet att undersöka ifall djurturism är moraliskt rätt samt att informera läsaren om den bristfälliga kunskapen angående djurturism. Teoridelen består av förhållandet mellan...

  15. Lämpöni, lempeni - animal portraits : Portraits of homeless animals

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    Theses | Contributor(s): Kristiina Jermakka

    The topic of the thesis is former homeless animals and their personalities depicted by the means of portraiture. In the thesis also the depiction of animals in different periods of art and the development of human-animal relationship seen during them. The premise of the thesis is homeless...

  16. Speak Softly or Carry a Big Stick?: Comparing the Approaches of The Humane Society of the United States and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

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    Theses | Contributor(s): Rachel Ruben

    My thesis explores the varying methods that animal protection groups use to achieve their goal of increased protection for animals. In particular, I compare, contrast, and critique the approaches of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals...

  17. Political conservatism and the exploitation of nonhuman animals: An application of system justification theory: GPIR GPIR

    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Hoffarth Mark, R., Azevedo, Flávio, Jost, John T.

  18. Evidence of Sexism and Male Privilege in the Animal Liberation/Rights Movement

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Lisa Kemmerer

  19. Tom Regan: A Visionary Changing the World

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Carolyn Bailey

  20. Animal Rights and Incredulous Stares

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Bob Fischer

    I propose an analogy between the thesis that animals have rights and David Lewis's commitment to modal realism. I argue that just as Lewis received incredulous stares that seem to justify rejecting his metaphysical hypothesis, so the thesis that animals have rights can be reasonably...