animal rights

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Animalkind

remarkable discoveries about animals and the remarkable ways we can be kind to them
". . . A book that offers both a tour of the wonderful world of animals and a guide to simple ways in which we can reduce the harm we cause them in our everyday lives"--Provided by publisher.

Animal testing

lifesaving research vs. animal welfare
"Should animal testing be banned? Is animal testing necessary to save human lives? Or is it too cruel to animals? Perspectives Flip Books are like two books in one: Start from one end and learn why some people argue animal testing is needed. Then flip it over and discover why others argue it should be banned. Critical thinking questions help you analyze both perspectives and form your own opinions about the issue"--Provided by the publisher.
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Animal rights activist

Discusses the different between, and definition of, animal rights and animal welfare, covering activists' beliefs that animals should not be kept as property or used for food, clothing, entertainment, or scientific research, and examines topics such as cruelty and factory farming.

The fight for animal rights

2020
"For centuries, philosophers, scientists, and lawmakers worldwide have debated the merits of affording certain rights to animals. Central to any discussion of the topic is morality, who, or what, possesses it, and how and when it should be bestowed. This examination of the animal rights movement covers this and other points of contention, as well as the history of the movement and the people at the forefront of lobbying for animal welfare. Readers will discover and be inspired by the variety of safe, practical methods for getting involved on behalf of those who cannot speak for themselves"--Provided by publisher.
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Laboratory animals

Examines the history and controversy surrounding using animals for laboratory testing. Presents various issues related to the topics and the opposing view points related to each. Includes text-related questions and activities, diagrams, tables, and color photographs.
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The fight for animal rights

"For centuries, philosophers, scientists, and lawmakers worldwide have debated the merits of affording certain rights to animals. Central to any discussion of the topic is morality, who, or what, possesses it, and how and when it should be bestowed. This examination of the animal rights movement covers this and other points of contention, as well as the history of the movement and the people at the forefront of lobbying for animal welfare. Readers will discover and be inspired by the variety of safe, practical methods for getting involved on behalf of those who cannot speak for themselves"--Provided by publisher.
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Zoos and aquariums

"Presents various points-of-view and key players in the public discourse on the value of zoos and aquariums for education, conservation, and preservation. Also considers entertainment aspects and concerns over keeping certain species in captivity, as well environmental, cultural, and economic issues. Contemporary opinions from across the political and cultural spectrum are represented"--Provided by publisher.
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Let's think about animal rights

Provides an introduction to animal rights.
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Animal rights

Examines the debate over animal rights, discussing arguments for and against animals having rights, and encouraging students to utilize critical thinking skills to create informed opinions on the issue.

Animal rights

Examines the issues of animal rights' advocates and explores the treatment of animals over the centuries and twenty-first-century changing attitudes toward animal research and entertainment, as well as hunting for sport.

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