module 4

Agricultural Animal Bioethics Curriculum Module 4

Modules and Supplementary Materials 

  • Module 4, Lecture 1: "Historical Perspectives on the Regulation of Animal Welfare"
  • Module 4, Lecture 2: "Regulating Animal Welfare: Current Perspectives"
    • Additional resources for the module 4 lectures

Module 4, Lecture 1: "Historical Perspectives on the Regulation of Animal Welfare"

Presentation
Readings
  • Unti, Bernard and Andrew Rowan. 2001. "A Social History of Postwar Animal Protection." The State of the Animals 2001, Humane Society Institute for Science and Policy’s Animal Studies Repository.
  • Croney, C.A. and S. T. Millman. 2007. "The ethical and behavioral bases for farm animal welfare legislation." Journal of Animal Science 85:556-565.
  • McCulloch, Steven P. 2012. "A Critique of FAWC’s Five Freedoms as a Framework for the Analysis of Animal Welfare." Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 26: 959-975.
  • Sideris, Lisa, Charles McCarthy, and David H. Smith. 1999. "Roots of Concern with Nonhuman Animals in Biomedical Ethics." ILAR Journal 40(1): 3-14.
Cases
  • "The ‘Egg Bill’ Case Study" is built into slides ##25-31 of the "Regulating Animal Welfare: Current Perspectives" lecture.
  • The cases stored on our web site include:

Module 4, Lecture 2: "Regulating Animal Welfare: Current Perspectives"

Presentation
Readings
  • "Egg Products Inspection Act Amendments of 2012." January 23, 2012. 112th Congress of the United States.
  • Blackman, Norm. 2005. "Corporate Social Responsibility & Animal Welfare." Australian Veterinary Journal 83(5): 250.
  • Garriga, Elisabet and Domènec Melé. "Corporate Social Responsibility Theories: Mapping the Territory." in A.C. Michalos and D.C. Poff, eds., Citation Classics from the Journal of Business Ethics / Advances in Business Ethics Research 2, pp. 69-96.
  • Morgan, Carissa J., Nicole Olynk Widmar, Elizabeth A. Yeager, W. Scott Downey, and Candace C. Croney. 2016. "Perceptions of Social Responsibility of Prominent Fast Food Restaurants." Modern Economy 7: 704 -714.
  • Swanson, J.C. 2008. "Bioethics–Livestock and Poultry: The Ethics of Food Animal Production, Processing, and Marketing. The Ethical Aspects of Regulating Production." Poultry Science 87: 373-379.
  • Thaxton, Yvonne Vizzier, Karen D. Christensen, Joy A. Mench, Elizabeth R. Rumley, Christine Daugherty, Bruce Feinberg, Molly Parker, Paul Siegel, and Colin G. Scanes. 2016. "Symposium: Animal welfare challenges for today and tomorrow." (PDF)Poultry Science 95:2198 -2207
Cases
  • "The ‘Egg Bill’ Case Study" is built into slides ##25-31 of these PowerPoints.
  • The cases stored on our web site include:
Additional resources for the module 4 lectures

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