7 edition of Zoos and animal rights found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 198-213) and indexes.
|Statement||Stephen St. C. Bostock.|
|LC Classifications||QL77.5 .B67 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 227 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||227|
|ISBN 10||041505057X, 0415050588|
|LC Control Number||92035167|
Zoos save endangered speciesby bringing them into a safe environment, where they are protected from poachers, habitat loss, starvation, and predators. Many zoos have breeding programs for endangered species. In the wild, these individuals might have trouble finding mates and breeding, and species could become extinct. Zoos and animal rights would appear to be in conflict, yet Stephen Bostock argues that this need not and should not be so. Examining the diverse ethical and technical issues involved, including human cruelty, human domination over animals outside their natural habitat, and the nature of wild and domestic animals, Bostock analyzes areas in which misconceptions abound.5/5(2).
The paper provides a timeline of the evolution of animal welfare in zoos, which seemingly began with the publication of Swiss zoo director Heini Hediger’s Wild Animals in Captivity (a book that “described the importance of considering animals’ flight distance and the quality of the spaces in which they are kept”), was spurred by. 1) Zoos are animal prisons. No more euphemisms! 2) When people say, "But zoos save endangered animals," the truth is, 99 percent of all the animals at the zoo are UNENDANGERED. If zoos were only saving endangered animals, no one would complain. But zoos are a business. In fact, zoos are usually the number-one tourist attraction in every state.
Zoos refuse to inform the public how many animals are killed in zoos. Estimates suggest ten thousand large mammals are killed each year in European Zoos alone, never mind other animals. Whilst we keep animals in captivity they risk being killed by the very people who put them there. Zoos mutilate animals. Imagine being a bird and being able to fly. In his book An Introduction to Animals in Visual Culture, author Randy Malamud clearly states his beliefs about the ethical concerns zoos raise. The zoo experience is voyeuristic, imperialistic, inauthentic, and steeped in the ethos of consumer culture, which is antithetical to nature and ecology, and hence a danger to animals.
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Annotation Zoos and animal rights seem utterly opposed to each other. In this controversial and timely book, Stephen Bostock argues that they can develop a more harmonious relationship. He examines the diverse ethical and technical issues involved, including human cruelty, human domination over animals, the well-being of wild animals outside their natural habitat, and the nature of wild and 5/5(1).
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This books examines the ethics of keeping animals in zoos. It argues that animal rights can be reconciled with the continuing existence of zoos.
It has a fascinating amount of details about zoos in history and examines the most pressing issue for this debate, the role of zoos in conservation. First published inthis groundbreaking book helped launch the modern animal rights movement. Singer exposes the truth behind industries that abuse animals, offers a philosophical argument against “speciesism,” and provides concrete humane solutions.
At the Zoo Scratch & Sketch (An Art Activity Book for Animal Lovers and Artists of All Ages) (Trace-Along Scratch and Sketch) Lee Nemmers out of 5 stars Books About Animal Rights and Animal Rights Activism The animal rights movement, or animal liberation movement, seeks to end the moral and legal distinction between human and non-human animals, and to end non-human animals use in the food.
Stephen Kellert's paper 'Zoological Parks in American Society', delivered at the annual meeting of the American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums inindicates that zoo-goers are much less knowledgeable about animals than backpackers, hunters, fishermen and others who claim an interest in animals, and only slightly more.
The purpose of many of zoo animals, especially the large ones like African lions, elephants and giraffes, is to acquire money at the gate from paying visitors. Zoos breed cute baby animals for the same reason, too pull in crowds, but then have a surplus of animals once they are grown-up and must get rid of them.
A timely and controversial book, it explores the long history of zoos, as well as current philosophical debates, to argue for a controversial view of their role in the modern world. Anyone concerned with humanity's relationship with other animals and the natural world should find this a thought-provoking book.
Pros and Cons of Zoos. For me, the make-it or break-it point when it comes to Animal Rights and ethics is simple: Was the animal raised in captivity or was it captured as an adult. Sadly, there are more than 1, Zoos and menageries all arround the world and regulation is mild at best and inefficient at worse.
That might sound strange for a book on zoos and animal rights but much of the discussion of animals dealt with them in terms of their value to humans rather than their more intrinsic worth as part of the diversity of life.
Overall, Zoos and Animal Rights is a book worth reading for those of us with a strong interest in our fellow crea Size: KB. Circuses, zoos, wild animal parks, aquariums, and private entertainers and foundations provide opportunities where people can see animals in these situations and thereby foster understanding of and appreciation for other species.
Those efforts include breeding endangered animals. And, when possible, zoos release those animals into the wild. This helps restore dwindling populations. Zoos have helped the black-footed ferret, the red wolf, and a handful of other species recover from.
Zoos and Animal Rights by Stephen St.C. Bostock,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.2/5(1). But the most fundamental objection to zoos, understood and expressed by only a small segment of today’s animal rights movement, is that zoos are an immoral enterprise because they exploit and abuse living creatures for the entertainment of the crowd, and in so doing so cause and perpetuate immeasurable suffering.
Get this from a library! Animal rights. [Noah Berlatsky;] -- Current Controversies: Animal Rights examines whether scientific testing violates animal rights, including whether it is cruel, the necessity of testing on primates, and the use of technology.
It. All zoos should be closed – other species have rights In his famous book, The Human Zoo, Desmond Morris showed how humans in a city are like animals in a zoo Author: Philip Hoare.zoos and animal rights In order to READ Online or Download Zoos And Animal Rights ebooks in PDF, ePUB, Tuebl and Mobi format, you need to create a FREE account.
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