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Movements for Social Change
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Social Change Frameworks
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An Extract from Pages 17-25
Animal Rights and Public Policy
Paper given by Kim Stallwood to the Animals and the Law conference at Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona in October 2011. Paper dated: November 10th, 2011.
Animal Rights: Moral Crusade or Social Movement?
Paper given by Kim Stallwood at the MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory 2012 at the University of Manchester in September 2012
World Animal Net Resources
World Animal Net (WAN) resources include further background information on the animal welfare movement, including: ‘What is Animal Welfare?’; ‘Ethical and Philosophical Theories’; ‘History of the Movement’; and ‘Religion’.
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Social Movements - A Cognitive Approach
By: Ron Eyerman, University of Lund, Sweden/ ANDREW JAMISON, University of Lund, Sweden
Animal Rights: History and Scope of a Radical Social Movement
By: Harold D. Guither
Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press
The Animal Revolution
By: Richard D. Ryder
Publisher: Blackwell Publishers