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date: 21 July 2019

Animal Rights 

Source:
Berkshire Encyclopedia of World Sport
Author(s):
Wesley V. JamisonWesley V. JAMISON

Animal rights is the broad term used to describe opposition to using animals for human pleasure or profit in ways that might interfere with its well-being, life, or quality of existence. Animal rights philosophy and associated movements strike directly at the heart of animal-based sports. Whether the activity is hunting, chasing, showing, riding, or viewing animals in sport, animal rights proponents question whether humans have the right to use animals for either pleasure or sustenance. ...

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