Animals and Modern Cultures: A Sociology of Human-Animal Relations in Modernity
SAGE, 20. sep. 1999 - 213 sider
The dramatic transformation of relationships between humans and animals in the 20th century are investigated in this fascinating and accessible book. At the beginning of this century these relationships were dominated by human needs and interests, modernization was a project which was attached to the goal of progress and animals were merely resources to be used on the path towards human fulfilment. As the century comes to an end these relationships are increasingly being subjected to criticism. We are now urged to be more sensitive and compassionate to animal needs and interests.
This book focuses on social change and animals, it is concerned with how humans relate to animals and how this has changed and why. Moreover, it highlights
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