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Module 27 Religion and Animal Welfare

Module 27 Religion and Animal Welfare

Module 27 Religion and Animal Welfare

Dr David Main
Dr David Main

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Launch date: 09 Oct 2014
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Last updated: 14 Apr 2018

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Dr JoAnn Stackowicz DVM (14 Apr 2018)
This course is a factual report of several world religions' view on animal welfare, especially killing. It was not about ethical situations we see in practice.
Dr Anna Albertetti (13 May 2017)
very very interesting...I'd like to know more about it

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

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Chapter 5 Society and Animal Welfare
Module 27 Religion and Animal Welfare

This module examines the perception and use of animals in different religions, and the consequential influence of religion on animal welfare.

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Objectives
This module will teach you the following:-

- What some of the main religions teach about animals
- How some scholars interpret those teachings
- What science indicates about the consequences of religious belief for animals
- Voting on public policy about animals
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Dr David Main

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Dr David Main

This lecture was first developed for World Animal Protection by Dr David Main (University of Bristol) in 2003. It was revised by World Animal Protection scientific advisors in 2012 using updates provided
by Dr Caroline Hewson.
We are World Animal Protection. We end the needless suffering of animals. We influence decision makers to put animals on the global agenda. We help the world see how important animals are to all of us. We inspire people to change animals’ lives for the better. We move the world to protect animals.

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Dr JoAnn Stackowicz DVM (14 Apr 2018)
This course is a factual report of several world religions' view on animal welfare, especially killing. It was not about ethical situations we see in practice.
Dr Anna Albertetti (13 May 2017)
very very interesting...I'd like to know more about it

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