Rethinking the American Animal Rights Movement - Emily Patterson-Kane

Rethinking the American Animal Rights Movement

; Michael P. Allen ; Jennifer Eadie

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Forlag: Routledge
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 164
ISBN: 9781138915091
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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Emily Patterson-Kane is a New Zealand-born psychologist with a focus on animal welfare and human-animal interactions. She has published research on diverse topics including Animal abuse, assistance animals, and environmental enrichment.


Michael Allen is a professor of philosophy at East Tennessee State University. He has published extensively on civil disobedience and crimes of dissent in a variety of contexts from mass illegal human migrations to the illegal hunting of wildlife. His research concerns the tensions between illegal political action and nonviolence philosophy.


Jennifer Eadie lives and works on Kaurna Country in South Australia. She is a teaching academic at the University of South Australia and a Doctoral Candidate at Flinders University, South Australia. Her research is situated in the Environmental Humanities and Critical Legal Studies.