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Animal Studies: Law, Welfare, and Rights consists of more than 650 titles and nearly 300,000 pages of material related to the background and evolution of the basic rights of animals. Animal Law is a growing area of study in universitities and HeinOnline's Animal Studies: Law, Welfare, and Rights is an essential addition to your curriculum!
This Collection is an Essential Source of Information on Animal Law
The collection aims to establish the foundational laws pertaining to animals and follow the evolution of these rights throughout the years. It includes everything from philosophical books published in the 1800's to videos, periodicals, and brochures all related to animal law. It also includes numerous publications from the Animal Legal Defense Fund and Animal Welfare Institute.
- Basic Rights of Animals
- Moral Responsibility
- Evolution of Animal Rights
- Higher Law Rights for Animals
- Animal Rights Movement
- Wildlife Protection
- And More!
Cassell's Natural History
P. Martin Duncan, ed.
This title is the result of the work of several English naturalists who wanted to form a useful and factual Natural History of Animals. The title explains the most interesting facts related to the natural history of animals and unites the studies of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy. The purpose of this title is to describe the shape, nature, and habits of groups of creatures and then to arrange and classify them.
Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex
This title by Charles Darwin applies evolutionary theory to human evolution. Darwin details his theory of sexual selection, which is a form of biological adaptation that is interconnected with natural selection. Topics include evolutionary psychology, evolutionary ethics, differences between human races, sexes, and more.
- Animal Law
- Animals' Advocate
- Journal of Animal Law and Ethics
- Stanford Journal of Animal Law and Policy
- U.S. Animal Protection Laws and Rankings
- And More!