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1. Dr Jenia Meng - ORIGINS OF ATTITUDES TOWARDS ANIMALS (2009)
70 65 60 55 Nation New Welfarism Index Interval Plot of New Welfarism Index (WD) -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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2. Animal Welfare ~ Dr. Roger Yates - Animal Rights Zone
them "down" into animal welfarism. I always cite the case of a visiting circus with other animal "performers" which, once met by animal rights criticisms - animal  use  is wrong, animal use amounts to  rights violations , etc. -
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3. Animal Welfare ~ Dr. Roger Yates - Animal Rights Zone
them "down" into animal welfarism. I always cite the case of a visiting circus with other animal "performers" which, once met by animal rights criticisms - animal  use  is wrong, animal use amounts to  rights violations , etc. -
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4. Animal welfare - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
[ 10 ] [edit ] Animal welfarism Animal welfarism, also known simply as welfarism or animal welfare , [ 11 ] [ 12 ] is the position that it is morally acceptable for humans to use non-human animals, provided that adverse effects
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5. Does Higher Animal Welfare Lead to Higher Consumption? Considering the Case ...
that champions the cause of welfarism as a means to the end of protecting animals. Yet Francione points to the history of welfarism since the onset of the movement with Jeremy Bentham in the 1900s and concludes that welfarism has in fact not led
http://freefromharm.org/farm-animal-welfare/does-higher-animal-welfare-lead-to-higher-consumption-considering-the-case-of-whole-foods-market/ - 38.2kb

6. The Rise of Vegan Culture in Israel: Interview with Ikey Greene
going more in a direction of welfarism. I guess many activists just felt so frustrated with the situation, they wanted to make even the smallest dent, just to help in any way. Some told me that after visiting farms they realized the horror of it
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7. How to Do Animal Rights - Glossary of Animal Rights
to carry them out. Welfarism The view that animals must suffer to satisfy human needs, but that we should protect animals from needless suffering. Welfarism, New The view that we must promote animal welfare as a
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8. Rain without thunder: the ideology ... - Google Books
Historical Origins of New Welfarism 47 The Results of New Welfarism The Animal Confusion Movement 78 The Empirical and Structural Defects of Animal Welfare Theory 110 Is Animal Rights a Utopian Theory? 147
http://books.google.com/?id=HZTpej7dGGEC&pg=PP13&dq=animal+welfare+animal+rights - 73.1kb

9. Origins of Attitudes Towards Animals - Google Books
Complex equation of new welfarism 148 Long equation of autonomy index 154 Correlation between expense 160 Age influence on reverence index among undergraduates 161 Age influence on welfare index
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