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@Free Kindle Ö Do Animals Have Rights? ⚟ Animal issues are featured in every form of media on just about every single day This book looks at the historical issues the underlie this question and offers a balanced and well informed perspective with a discussion about the outlook for the future Expert views and forum panels augument the content and can be used to stimulate debate and aid in classroom use Do Animals Have Rights is one book in the Global Questions series from Black Rabbit Books In this volume, animal rights is broken down into seven basic areas the meaning of animal rights including the history of the animal rights movement , animal rights issues in farming, animals used in research, the sport of hunting, pets or companion animals, conservation organizations including zoos and game preserves , and the use of animals in entertainment circuses, rodeos, bull fights The auth Do Animals Have Rights is one book in the Global Questions series from Black Rabbit Books In this volume, animal rights is broken down into seven basic areas the meaning of animal rights including the history of the animal rights movement , animal rights issues in farming, animals used in research, the sport of hunting, pets or companion animals, conservation organizations including zoos and game preserves , and the use of animals in entertainment circuses, rodeos, bull fights The author attempts to present both sides of each example in the issue, butattention is given to the pro animal rights reasonings Also, most of the photos and illustrations throughout the book support give a nod to this side as well It s not something that surprises me in a book on this topic, but I generally like to see a fair representation of both sides of a controversial issue I did like the visual presentation of this book, with just enough color photographs and graphics on the page to keep it interesting Students writing a report on this topic, will find this attractive and be able to obtain useful information at least from the pro side on this issue I give it a C