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Sociology/Criminal Justice 395 Violence Against Animals
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Vollum, Scott. 2010. “Sociology/Criminal Justice 395 Violence Against Animals”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


This course provides an introduction to the study of, and issues surrounding, violence against
animals in its many forms. The social reality of animal cruelty, animal abuse, and other forms of
violence against animals is explored by incorporating sociological, criminological, psychological,
philosophical, and legal perspectives. The course...

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Subject Area(s):
Animals and Society
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College 300

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