Integrating Concern for Animals into Personal Values
Contributor(s):: Dietz, Thomas, Allen, Summer, McCright, Aaron M.
Recent scholarship in human–animal relationships demonstrates that new theoretical insights emerge when these relationships are seriously considered. We suggest that the most prominent measures of values in the environmental decision-making research literature, the Schwartz approach, may not...
Variability and Change in Maasai Views of Wildlife and the Implications for Conservation
Contributor(s):: Western, David, Manzolillo Nightingale, D. L., Mose, Victor Nyaliki, Johnson, Ole Sipitiek, Kimiti, Kennedy S.
Market-driven dairying and the politics of value, labor and affect in Gujarat, India
Contributor(s):: Daftary, Dolly
A Comparison of Three Holistic Approaches to Health: One Health, EcoHealth, and Planetary Health
Contributor(s):: Henrik Lerner, Charlotte Berg
Several holistic and interdisciplinary approaches exist to safeguard health. Three of the most influential concepts at the moment, One Health, EcoHealth, and Planetary Health, are analyzed in this paper, revealing similarities and differences at the theoretical conceptual level. These approaches...
For Death is But a Passing Phase of Life: Riding The Grief Waves Resulting From The Death of Pet and Human Loss Within a Culturally Fluid World
Contributor(s):: Yoshiko Nonaka
We, as living beings, all cross paths with death of others and of ourselves, as well as the grief that follows. However, people in many cultures and societies are often discouraged from talking about death and dying. Death and grief as a result of it happen in response to not only human loss, but...
Valuing birds : understanding the relationship between social values and the conservation of Australian threatened avifauna
Contributor(s):: Gillian Barbara Ainsworth
This thesis examines relationships between people’s values, attitudes and behaviours with respect to threatened bird conservation in Australia. Three main research questions are addressed regarding: how Australians value threatened birds; who is involved in threatened bird...
Domestic Dogs ' (Canis lupus familiaris) Evaluation of Moral and Immoral Actors
Contributor(s):: Katherine E. Ford
A sense of morality, or values predisposing what is right (fair, just, kind) and what is wrong (unfair, cruel, dishonest), appears universally across all humankind. All major cultures share support for some values, such as self-respect, respect for others, and 'the golden rule'treat...
The value of using metaphorical mirrors with alcoholics and addicts in treatment with a mutigenerational viewpoint
Contributor(s):: Matkovich, Sue
Comparable Harm and Equal Inherent Value: The Problem of Dog in the Lifeboat
Contributor(s):: Francione, Gary L.
There are no "other" species: confession of a biology heretic.
Contributor(s):: Fox, Michael W.
Tom Regan's Seafaring Dog and (Un)Equal Inherent Worth
Contributor(s):: Edwards, Rem B.
The Value of Judgments Regarding the Value of Animals
Contributor(s):: Levvis, Margaret Ayotte
Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees and the Moderate Position
Contributor(s):: Stephenson, Wendell
Concerning the Interests of Insects
Contributor(s):: Grossinger, Robin
Reply to Stephenson on Biomedical Research
Contributor(s):: Gendin, Sidney
A means-end chain approach to explaining the adoption of good agricultural practices certification schemes: the case of Malaysian vegetable farmers
Contributor(s):: Tey, YeongSheng, Arsil, P., Brindal, M., Shamsudin, M. N., Radam, A., Ahmad Hanis, I. A. H., Natasha, Rajendran, Lim, ChinDing
Good agricultural practices (GAP) certification schemes have been promoted to enhance agricultural sustainability. This study seeks to explain the adoption of GAP certification schemes through an analysis of the role of personal values in guiding such choice. It is a departure from approaches...
Indiana 4-H Horse and Pony adult volunteers' valuation of equine welfare
Contributor(s):: Rappaport, Natalie M.
Certification standards for aquaculture products: bringing together the values of producers and consumers in globalised organic food markets
Contributor(s):: Bergleiter, S., Meisch, S.
From a certifier's perspective (Naturland e.V.), this paper deals with the question of how to bring together the values of producers and consumers in globalized food markets. It is argued that growth and mainstreaming of organic food production cannot be achieved solely by ethically aware...
How science fiction helps us reimagine our moral relations with animals
Contributor(s):: Clements, J.
Science fiction has often been at the forefront of popular renderings and exploration of various "subaltern" groups, including that of nonhuman animals. I argue that science fiction's freedom from the boundaries of what is currently possible allows writers such as Mary Shelley, H. G. Wells,...
Peter Singer, Emmanuel Levinas, Christian Agape, and the spiritual heart of Animal Liberation
Contributor(s):: Greenway, W.
This article affirms Peter Singer's calls for universal benevolence and for animal liberation. Singer, however, is unable to provide grounds for his ethics and is unable to answer the question, "why act morally?" I suggest Jewish philosopher Emmanuel Levinas unfolds an essentially Christian...