Animals In Human Society: Amazing Creatures Who Share Our Planet

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Daniel Moorehead
UPA, Nov 3, 2015 - Social Science - 222 pages
Including the work of 12 authors from institutions such as Colorado State University, Frostburg State University, Michigan State University, Salisbury University, Texas Woman’s University, University of Birmingham, University of California; Irvine, University of California; Merced, and William Jessup University, Rocklin; California, the collection of essays explores the broad range of animals who share our planet and attempts to recognize our responsibility as humans to take their interests seriously.
 

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Contents

1 Ideology Subjectivity and Mind in Animal Models and Human Infant Research
1
2 Institutionalizing Animal Subject Protection in Research
19
3 Considering the Emotional Support Animal
43
4 Human Supremacy PostSpeciesist Ideology and the Case for AntiColonialist Veganism
55
5 Anthropocentrism and the Issues Facing Nonhuman Animals
71
6 Sea Otter Aesthetics in Popular Culture
93
7 Media Representations of Animals in Urban Canada
105
8 Rationalizing Natural Horsemanship
127
9 Something to See Here
147
10 Animals and the Law
167
Appendix
191
About the Contributors
197
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Editor Dr. Daniel Moorehead is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Frostburg State University. He was recently awarded the Dean’s Merit Award for Professional Achievement in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Dr. Moorehead’s course “Animals in Human Society” was nominated for the 2015 Award for Outstanding Course on Animals & Society “The Clifton Bryant Animals & Society Course Award.” He earned his doctorate degree from West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV.

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