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Author Herzog, Hal.

Title Some we love, some we hate, some we eat : why it's so hard to think straight about animals / Hal Herzog.

Publication Info. New York : Harper, [2010]


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Description 1 online resource (viii, 326 pages)
Summary "A maverick scientist who co-founded the field of anthrozoology offers a controversial, thought-provoking, and unprecedented exploration of the psychology behind the inconsistent and often paradoxical ways we think, feel, and behave towards animals"--Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction: Why is it so hard to think straight about animals? -- Anthrozoology : the new science of human-animal interactions -- The importance of being cute : why we think what we think about creatures that don't think like us -- Pet-o-philia : why do humans (and only humans) love pets? -- Friends, foes, and fashion statements : the human-dog relationship -- "Prom queen kills first deer on sixteenth birthday" : gender and the human-animal relationship -- In the eyes of the beholder : the comparative cruelty of cockfights and Happy Meals -- Delicious, dangerous, disgusting, and dead : the human-meat relationship -- The moral status of mice : the use of animals in science -- The cats in our houses, the cows on our plates : are we all hypocrites? -- The carnivorous yahoo within ourselves : dealing with moral inconsistency.
Note Description based on print version record.
GMD: electronic resource.
Subject Human-animal relationships.
Interdisciplinary research.
Other Form: Print version: Herzog, Hal. Some we love, some we hate, some we eat. 1st ed. New York : Harper, c2010 9780061730863 (DLC) 2010015706 (OCoLC)526077036
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