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Succinct, highly readable and thought provoking, this important text is designed to raise awareness of the... Læs mere
Animal rights sounds like a modern idea, but in fact - for over three millennia - philosophers, theologians, and political theorists have grappled... Læs mere
Written by Helen Lewis and Russell Grigg, Tails from the Classroom: Learning and teaching through animal-assisted interventions (AAIs) is a fascinating exploration of the use of AAIs in educational settings and how they can inspire and support learners' all-round development.
A collection of essays examining Latin American cultural history through a focus on animals and their vital but often ignored roles in colonization and nation-building.
Explains the role that animals play in biomedical research and the ways in which scientists, governments, and citizens have tried to balance the experimental use of animals with a concern for all living creatures. This work is accompanied by a Teacher's Guide.
Heartwarming and sometimes humorous animal tales, spanning two hundred years of British history.
Focuses on something we, as individuals and as a society, often neglect to see: the missing piece - our relationship with animals. This book examines the spiritual, scientific and historical reasons for changing our views towards animals - and the views we hold of ourselves.