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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: To what extent should animal rights activists promote animal rights when attempting to persuade meat-lovers to stop eating animals? Contributing to a classic social movement framing debate, Freeman examines the animal rights movement's struggles over whether to construct farming campaign messages based more on utility (emphasizing animal welfare, reform and reduction, and human self-interest) or ideology (emphasizing animal rights and abolition). Freeman prioritizes the latter, "ideological authenticity," to promote a needed transformation in worldviews and human animal identity, not just behaviors. This would mean framing "go veg" messages not only around compassion, but also around principles of ecology, liberty, and justice, convincing people "it's not fair to farm anyone". Through a unique frame analysis of vegan campaign materials (from websites, to videos, to bumper stickers) at five prominent U.S. animal rights organizations, and interviews with their leaders, including Ingrid Newkirk and Gene Baur, Freeman answers questions, such as: How is the movement defining core problems and solutions regarding animal farming and fishing? To which values are activists appealing? Why have movement leaders made these visual and rhetorical strategic choices - such as deciding between appealing to human self-interest, environmentalism, or altruism? To what extent is the animal rights movement actually challenging speciesist discrimination and the human/animal dualism? Appealing to both scholars and activists, Framing Farming distinctively offers practical strategic guidance while remaining grounded in animal ethics and communication theory. It not only describes what 21st century animal rights campaigns are communicating, it also prescribes recommendations for what they should communicate to remain culturally resonant while promoting needed long-term social transformation away from using animals as resources.Carrie P. Freeman is an Associate Professor of Communication at Georgia State University in Atlanta. Her scholarship on media ethics, activist communication, and representation of animal rights issues has been published in over 15 books and journals. A vegan and grassroots activist for almost two decades, she currently hosts radio programs on animal and environmental protection on WRFG-Radio Free Georgia. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: To what extent should animal rights activists promote animal rights when attempting to persuade meat-lovers to stop eating animals? Contributing to a classic social movement framing debate, Freeman examines the animal rights movement's struggles over whether to construct farming campaign messages based more on utility (emphasizing animal welfare, farming reform and meat reduction, and human self-interest) or ideology (emphasizing animal rights and abolition of using animals as a means to an end). Freeman prioritizes the latter, "ideological authenticity," to promote a needed transformation in worldviews and human animal identity, not just behaviors. This would mean framing "go veg" messages not only around compassion, but also around principles of ecology, life, liberty, and justice, convincing people "it's not fair to farm anyone". Through a unique frame analysis of vegan campaign materials (from websites, to videos, to bumper stickers) at five prominent U.S. animal rights organizations, and insightful interviews with their leaders, including Ingrid Newkirk and Gene Baur, the book answers questions, such as:

  • How is the movement defining core problems and solutions regarding animal farming and fishing?
  • To which values are activists appealing?
  • Why have movement leaders made these visual and rhetorical strategic choices - such as deciding between appealing to human self-interest, environmentalism, or altruism?
  • To what extent is the animal rights movement actually challenging speciesist discrimination and the human/animal dualism?
Appealing to both scholars and activists, Framing Farming distinctively offers practical strategic guidance while remaining grounded in animal ethics and communication theory. It not only describes what 21st century animal rights campaigns are communicating, it also prescribes recommendations for what they should communicate to remain culturally resonant while promoting needed long-term social transformation away from using animals as resources.

Note: book is printed on recycled paper.

Dall'autore: I wrote this book to answer practical questions I had as an animal rights activist since the early 1990s, to figure out how we could appeal to the public to care more about the lives and rights of animals who are typically seen as food. I have handed out so much vegetarian literature and written so many persuasive appeals as the leader of the Vegetarian Society of Southwest Florida and student animal rights groups, and I wondered what the "perfect" message was to convince people that farmed animals and fish mattered and it isn't fair or necessary to eat them. I realize there will never be a magic one-size-fits-all message, but in analyzing animal rights philosophy and environmental ethics, as well as the messages the animal movement is using, I have come to believe that it is best to focus on promoting basic values of respecting others and avoiding unnecessary harm, as these are universal principles -- we just need to apply them to nonhuman animals too. And for that to happen, humans have to begin to not only accept but also embrace their own status as animals. So in the study that is the basis for "Framing Farming: Communication Strategies for Animal Rights" I wanted to see how much our vegan and animal rights pamphlets, websites, and videos were actually reflecting animal rights ideology and promoting a more humble view of humans as fellow animals who are not entitled to domesticate, breed, use, and kill other animals -- human animals who, at heart, don't want to be unjust and violent like that. So, I found examples of ways that vegan advocacy messages do and could further reflect a worldview that ALL animals have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The hope is to finally change the public discussion away from just debating factory farming and how we can make farming and slaughtering less cruel (or tame our guilt), and toward debating whether it's fair to farm anyone at all (especially given its harmful effects on animals and the environment). If animal activists start leading that discussion in the public sphere (and the media help give voice to it as a serious issue), more fundamental shifts will finally occur in humanity's relationship with the rest of the animal kingdom.

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