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Discussing Animal Rights and Animal Research in the Classroom

Article: Discussing Animal Rights and Animal Research in the Classroom By Harold A. Herzog 1. Research Question or Problem The purpose of this article is to look at animal research in psychology and how the discussion of animal rights is essential to students taking psychology courses. 2. Introduction There is a growing public concern over the ethical treatment of animals. Animal rights groups have criticized the uses of animals from wearing fur, sports hunting, rodeos, and the consumption...

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Animal Testing

estimated 70 million animals are maimed, blinded, scalded, force-fed chemicals, genetically manipulated, and otherwise hurt and killed. Animals have to suffer and risk their lives for the name of science, by private institutions, household product and cosmetics companies, government agencies, educational institutions, and scientific centers. Animal testing is wrong but yet it is still legal in the US. The EU, European Union, have recently banned pharmaceutical and cosmetic testing on animals. There are many...

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Informative Writing on Animal Experimentation

Topic: Animal Experimentation More than 100 million animals are poisoned, burned, crippled and abused in other ways in U.S labs each year. None of the experiments which are performed are illegal, no matter how cruel it is. Even when alternatives besides animals are available, the law doesn’t require that they should be used. 92 percent of animals of experimental drugs that are safe and effective in animals fail in human trials because they don’t work or are too dangerous. Most of the animals used...

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Animal Rights - Argument Analysis of a Animal Rights Cartoon

Analysis of a Animal Rights Cartoon The cartoon, The Battalion, is an argument showing a member of Peta with a sign defending animal rights. This marketing campaign is targeting those individuals not supportive of animal rights. The artist used a member of Peta with a picket sign and a couple animals in the background design to appeal to the emotions of the audience. A rabbit holding a sign that reads, “I’m with stupid”, suggest that animals are sentient beings. The artist is targeting people who are...

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animal testing

 Animal Testing Every year, over 100 million animals are painfully put to death because of animal testing. Experimentation on animals goes way back since the beginning of time. Typically it is conducted for advancement in scientific research, to test products and food before going out into the market, to find treatments or test medical drugs, and to protect people and the environment. Animal experimentation has been a controversial issue for quite some time, but has yet to be put to an end. Vivisection...

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Animal Rights

Oct 2014 Non-Human Animal Rights Do non-human animals have rights? Animal rights debates are incredibly controversial. Animal rights activists argue for animal’s rights whereas others argue that animals have no rights. Animals have many rights, which is why there are laws set in place to protect animals. Animals have rights to protect themselves from animal cruelty. When taking into consideration animal rights, humans need to consider animal rights laws, animal abuse (using animals as food and testing)...

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Animal Testing Should Not Be Aloud

Animal Testing Should Not be Aloud Have you ever looked at a product and wondered how it was made or how it got approved? Before people got involved in animal rights, most of the products being used by humans were tested on animals first. But neither did people thought that our products were killing millions of animals because they were being used on first. Animal testing should not be allowed because it’s unethical to them, it’s bad science, it is very old fashion, animals rights are being violated...

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Ethical Consumerism Research Paper

Kongsrud Social Studies 10-1 22 May 2014 Ethical Consumerism '"Ethical Consumerism is about more than lifestyle choices," it’s about being an activist in your everyday life.1 Being an Ethical Consumer means participating in ethical purchasing, or the buying of ethical products2 that have been manufactured with minimal harm to humans, animals, and their environment.3 It’s the environmental impact, and treatment of workers.4 The amount of available ethical product choices have gone from organic foods...

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animal cruelty

Animal Cruelty Animal cruelty can be anywhere and done by anyone. Many people think of animals, especially cats and dogs, as disposable. They get a puppy for the children for Christmas only to realize it is a lot of work that the children are not ready for. They forget to feed and water it, don't take it for walks, and don't take it outside to use the bathroom. The solution, abandon it or just take it to the humane society. They'll get another when the kids are older. An animal that is used to...

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Animal Testing

Should Animal Testing Remain Legal? ************** ECPI University Every year millions of animals are subjected to horrible unethical experimentations in order to advance medical science. Dogs, cats, monkeys, mice, and other animals are kept in dark rooms in cages while being exposed to various toxic and poisonous substances daily in order to test how the substance may react in humans. These poor creatures suffer from inhumane treatments and are denied any form of happiness, and these experiments...

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