Competing conceptions of animal welfare and their ethical implications for the treatment of non-human animals
Contributor(s):: Haynes, R. P.
Animal welfare scientists have appropriated the concept of animal welfare, claiming to give a scientific account that is more objective than the "sentimental" account given by animal liberationists. This strategy plays a major role in supporting merely limited reform in the use of animals and...
Cruelty and kindness to the 'brute creation': stability and change in the ethics of the man-animal relationship, 1600-1850
Contributor(s):: Maehle, Andreas-Holger
From trust to domination: an alternative history of human-animal relations
Contributor(s):: Ingold, Tim
Human factors influencing broiler welfare
Contributor(s):: Hemsworth, P. H., Coleman, G. J.
The sequential relationships between human and animal variables found in the livestock industries indicate that there is an excellent opportunity to target stockperson attitudes and behaviour in order to reduce limitations imposed by human-animal interactions on poultry welfare. Understanding...
Contributor(s):: Hemsworth, P. H.
Impact of human-animal interactions on the health, productivity and welfare of farm animals
Contributor(s):: Hemsworth, P. M.
While technical skills and knowledge are important attributes of the work performance of stockpeople, two other important but less well recognised characteristics of stockpeople are their attitude and behaviour towards farm animals. Research has shown that the attitude of the stockperson, by...
Contributor(s):: Manning, Aubrey, Serpell, James
Managing emotions in an animal shelter
Contributor(s):: Arluke, Arnold
The unnatural world: behavioural aspects of humans and animals in the process of domestication
Contributor(s):: Clutton-Brock, Juliet