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No animals were harmed : the controversial line between entertainment and abuse / Peter Laufer.

(Author).
  • ISBN: 9780762763856
  • ISBN: 076276385X
  • Description: xiv, 258 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Guilford, Conn. : Lyons Press,

Available copies

  • 2 copies at NOBLE (All Libraries). (Show all copies)
  • 0 copies at Middlesex Community College.

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Library Location Call Number Status Due Date
Middlesex - Bedford Campus Stacks HV4711 .L28 2012 (Text to phone) Checked out 04/18/2014

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 250-253) and index.
Contents Note: Swim with dolphins! -- Whale as sushi -- Ted Nugent is my blood brother -- Searching for a Louisiana cockfight -- Cockfighting as sport -- Destroying the village to save it -- The charge of an animal rights brigade -- The cowardice of canned hunts -- Infiltrating cockfights -- Art as animal abuse -- Who would abuse a swan? -- The self-taught lion tamer -- Yes, he really does stick his head in the mouth of a lion -- Dead chickens without a fight -- The nemesis of Cajun cockfighters -- From Central Park horse carriages to ants on the kitchen counter -- Who is abusing whom? -- Saving chickens -- Dominion over every creeping thing that creepeth -- Sea turtle cowboy boots -- Cockfight first responders -- Cricket fighting for science -- A Jordanian princess changes Arabian horses mid-life -- A jailhouse meeting with a militant vegan -- Stoic arson victims reopen their sheepskin business -- Humane meat -- Dairy cow abuse -- The animal lawyer -- Vivisection dissected -- What's right and what's wrong? -- Sit, stay, roll over -- Fighting cocks rescued and euthanized -- The case for a kill-it-yourself dinner -- Las Vegas epiphany -- Epilogue.
Subject: Laufer, Peter > Travel.
Animal welfare.
Animal welfare > Moral and ethical aspects.
Human-animal relationships.
Human-animal relationships > Moral and ethical aspects.
Entertainment events > Social aspects.
Entertainment events > Moral and ethical aspects.
Animal rights.
Investigative reporting.