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Articles on Animal Protection and Animal Rights

This is a collection of articles on Animal Protection and Animal Rights from the Society & Animals Journal in relation to the studies of the human-animal relationship.  The Society & Animals Journal is academic journal that publishes studies that describe and analyze our experiences of non-human animals from the perspective of various disciplines within both the social sciences and humanities.

Fiestas-Flores, J., & Pyhälä, A. (2017). Dietary Motivations and Challenges among Animal Rights Advocates in Spain. Society & Animals.

Greenebaum, J. (2018). Cross-Cultural Examination of the Animal Rights Movement. Society & Animals, 26(3), 335-338.

Turina, I. (2018). Pride and Burden: The Quest for Consistency in the Anti-Speciesist Movement. Society & Animals, 26(3), 239-258.

Levin, J., Arluke, A., & Irvine, L. (2017). Are People More Disturbed by Dog or Human Suffering?. Society & Animals, 25(1), 1-16.

Support Your Local Invasive Species”: Animal Protection Rhetoric and Nonnative Species. Mona Seymour. Volume 21, Issue 1. Pages 54 – 73

Animal Rights and Human Social Issues. David A. Nibert. Volume 2, Issue 2. Pages 115 – 124.

Animal Rights as a Post-Citizenship Movement. Brian M. Lowe and Caryn F. Ginsberg. Volume 10, Issue 2. Pages 203 – 215.

Appropriating Liberation. Barry Kew. Volume 11, Issue 1. Pages 29 – 49.

Attitudes and Dispositional Optimism of Animal Rights Demonstrators. Shelley L. Galvin and Harold A. Herzog. Volume 6, Issue 1. Pages 1 – 11.

Attitudes to Animals in the Animal Protection Community Compared to a Normative Community Sample. Tania D. Signal and Nicola Taylor. Volume 14, Issue 3. Pages 265 – 274.

Caring about Blood, Flesh, and Pain:Women’s Standing in the Animal Protection Movement. Lyle Munro. Volume 9, Issue 1. Pages 43 – 61.

Changes in Animal Welfare Views in New Zealand: Responding to Global Change. Alison Loveridge. Volume 21, Issue 4. Pages 325 – 340.

Constitutional Inclusion of Animal Rights in Germany and Switzerland: How Did Animal Protection Become an Issue of National Importance? Erin Evans. Volume 18, Issue 3. Pages 231 – 250.

Contesting Moral Capital in Campaigns Against Animal Liberation. Lyle Munro. Volume 7, Issue 1, pages 35 – 53.

Culture, Reform Politics, and Future Directions: A Review of China’s Animal Protection Challenge. Peter J. Li and Gareth Davey. Volume 21, Issue 1. Pages 34 – 53.

Ethical Ideology and Moral Persuasion: Personal Moral Philosophy, Gender, and Judgments of Pro- and Anti-Animal Research Propaganda. Darcy Nickell and Harold A. Herzog. Volume 4, Issue 1. Pages 53 – 64.

Every Sparrow That Falls: Understanding Animal Rights Activism as Functional Religion. Wesley V. Jamison; Caspar Wenk and James V. Parker. Volume 8, Issue 3. Pages 305 – 330.

Explaining Support for Animal Rights: A Comparison of Two Recent Approaches to Humans, Nonhuman Animals, and Postmodernity. Adrian Franklin; Bruce Tranter and Robert White. Volume 9, Issue 2. Pages 127 – 144.

Framing Animal Rights in the “Go Veg” Campaigns of U.S. Animal Rights Organizations. Carrie Packwood Freeman. Volume 18, Issue 2. Pages 163 – 182.

Framing Cruelty: The Construction of Duck Shooting as a Social Problem. Lyle Munro. Volume 5, Issue 2. Pages 137 – 154.

Frog and Cyberfrog are Friends: Dissection Simulation and Animal Advocacy. Kenneth R. Fleischmann. Volume 11, Issue 2. Pages 123 – 143.

Gender, Views of Nature, and Support for Animal Rights. Corwin R. Kruse. Volume 7, Issue 3. Pages 179 – 198.

Horse Play in the Canadian West: The Emergence of the Calgary Stampede as Contested Terrain. Brittany Gerber and Kevin Young. Volume 21, Issue 6. Pages 523 – 545.

“I’m Not an Activist!”: Animal Rights vs. Animal Welfare in the Purebred Dog Rescue Movement. Jessica Greenebaum. Volume 17, Issue 4. Pages 289 – 304.

In Favor of Tipping the Balance: Animal Rights Activists in Defense of Residential Picketing. Justin R. Goodman and Clinton R. Sanders. Volume 19, Issue 2. Pages 137 – 155.

Interest Groups and Pro-Animal Rights Legislation. Brenda J. Lutz and James M. Lut. Volume 19, Issue 3. Pages 261 – 277.

Law and the Question of the (Nonhuman) Animal. Yoriko Otomo. Volume 19, Issue 4. Pages 383 – 391.

Learning to Be Affected: Subjectivity, Sense, and Sensibility in Animal Rights Activism. Niklas Hansson1 and Kerstin Jacobsson. Volume 22, Issue 3. Pages 262 – 288.

Legitimacy Concerns in Animal Advocacy Organizations during the Michael Vick Dogfighting Scandal. Solange E. Badano, Steven J. Burgermeister, Sidney Henne, Sean T. Murphy and Benjamin M. Cole. Volume 22, Issue 2. Pages 111 – 134.

Non-Human Animal Abuse and Wildlife Trade: Harm in the Fur and Falcon Trades. Tanya Wyatt. Volume 22, Issue 2. Pages 194 – 210.

Origin of Adult Animal Rights Lifestyle in Childhood Responsiveness to Animal Suffering. Nicole R. Pallotta. Volume 16, Issue 2. Pages 149 – 170.

Philosophical Ethology: On the Extents of What It Is to Be a Pig. Jes Harfeld. Volume 19, Issue 1. Pages 83 – 101.

Redesigning the Donation Box: The Effect of Animal Banks on Donations for Animal Welfare. Nicolas Guéguen. Volume 21, Issue 3. Pages 240 – 248.

Resonance of Moral Shocks in Abolitionist Animal Rights Advocacy: Overcoming Contextual Constraints. Corey Lee Wrenn. Volume 21, Issue 4. Pages 379 – 394.

Risk & Reward: The Impact of Animal Rights Activism on Women. Emily Gaarder. Volume 16, Issue 1. Pages 1 – 22.

State Legislators’ Roll-Call Votes on Farm Animal Protection Bills: The Agricultural Connection. Steven Tauber. Volume 21, Issue 6. Pages 501 – 522.

Support for Animal Rights as a Function of Belief in Evolution, Religious Fundamentalism, and Religious Denomination. Jamie L. DeLeeuw, Luke W. Galen, Cassandra Aebersold and Victoria Stanton. Volume 15, Issue 4. Pages 353 – 363.

The Actual and Potential Contribution of Economics to Animal Welfare Issues. Joshua M. Frank. Volume 10, Issue 4. Pages 421 – 428.

The Animal Activism of Henry Spira (1927-1998). Lyle Munro. Volume 10, Issue 2. Pages 173 – 19.

The Caring Sleuth: Portrait of an Animal Rights Activist. Kenneth Shapiro. Volume 2, Issue 2. Pages 145 – 165.

The Influence of Animal Advocacy Groups in State Courts of Last Resort. Steven Tauber. Volume 18, Issue 1. Pages 58 – 74.

The Moral Reasoning of Believers in Animal Rights. Gary Block. Volume 11, Issue 2. Pages 167 – 180.

The Philosophy behind the Movement: Animal Studies versus Animal Rights. Elisa Aaltola. Volume 19, Issue 4. Pages 393 – 406.

The Political Landscape Surrounding Anti-Cruelty Legislation in Canada. Antonio Robert Verbora. Volume 23, Issue 1. Pages 45 – 67.

The Politics of Animal Protection: A Research Agenda. Robert Garner. Volume 3, Issue 1. Pages 43 – 60.

The Principles of Animal Advocacy in Islam: Four Integrated Ecognitions. Nadeem Haque and Al-Hafiz Basheer Ahmad Masri. Volume 19, Issue 3. Pages 279 – 290.

The Under-representation of African American Employees in Animal Welfare Organizations in the United States. Sue-Ellen Brown. Volume 13, Issue 2. Pages 153 – 162.

Tracing the Profile of Animal Rights Supporters: A Preliminary Investigation. Colin Jerolmack. Volume 11, Issue 3. Pages 245 – 263.

Us and Them : Scientists’ and Animal Rights Campaigners’ Views of the Animal Experimentation Debate. Elizabeth S. Paul. Volume 3, Issue 1. Pages 1 – 21.

Verbal Activism: “Anymal”. Lisa A. Kemmerer. Volume 14, Issue 1. Pages 9 – 14.

The Political Landscape Surrounding Anti-Cruelty Legislation in Canada,  Antonio Robert Verbora, Society & Animals, Vol 23, No 1 (2015)

“I Promise to Protect Dumb Creatures” ,  Anna Feuerstein, Society & Animals, Vol 23, No. 2

Updated January 2019

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