In this course, we explore how mainstream understandings of animals and human-animal relationships have changed in recent years. Module 1 focuses on the roles of animals in human physical health and psychological well being. Module 2 explores animal selfhood, particularly in light of their inability to use spoken language. Finally, Module 3 examines some of the collective efforts undertaken when the treatment or use of animals comes to be seen as inhumane, immoral, and worthy of ameliorative social action.
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Very informative course. Enjoyed the journey! The changing perception of animals is explained nicely.
Was fun and offered a foundation to be used in further studies.
This is a really good introductory course for those wanting to delve into the world of Human-Animal Interactions research and practice.
This class sheds a light on research, data and history of a discipline not central enough as it should be. Thank you