It tells all about the negative details of animal testing and the harming to the animals, but it doesn’t include the benefits of animal testing. It talks about the history of developments in the medical field but denies the fact that animal testing has helped those developments. This information will help me talk about the other side of my argument. It 's good to touch base with the opposing side of a person’s argumentative paper so it shows that you are informed and you know what you are talking about. "Animal Research and Its Benefits to Both Humans and Animals."
George Orwell writes Animal Farm to warn against political revolutions and the inevitable reversion to the mean. Animal Farm takes the form of a commentary on the political revolution then reversion of the Russian Government in the 1930-1970s. However allegory is not the only intended goal of the novel. Steven J. Greenblatt states in his essay “George Orwell,” which appears in Novels For Students Volume 3, that deeper connections to socialism spark the writing of animal farm; Greenblatt calls it “his first call for help” (Greenblatt 16). However, some critics -such as Kathleen Fitzpatrick- write that Animal Farm falls short in modern times as most do not understand the allegory.
Ban of Animals in Scientific Experimentation Animal experimentation has been manipulated by the media to where many people do not understand the cruelness of the experiments undertaken in labs. Using these animals increases the risk of the species becoming extinct sooner rather than later. New research opportunities have provided genetically modified animals, which are able to more accurately model aspects of diseases, now accounting for almost half of all research animals. Many people agree that there is mistreatment withheld during experimentation and scientists need to treat animals in the best way possible. Animals have the right to not be harmed, even though the Animal Welfare Act does not provide them with even the smallest protection.
Animal rights are essential primarily due to present practices of animal abuse, animal hunting, and animal experimentation. Furthermore, animal are in many ways just like humans. They have emotions and families; it is non-moral to harm the animals in ways that we know is not appropriate to do for humans. Even Allah command us to respect them. Do Animals Have Rights?
Jeremy Bentham, a British philosopher, jurist, and social reformer who is regarded as the founder of modern utilitarianism, stated his devotion towards animal rights through the following words, “The question is not, ‘can they reason?’ nor, ‘can they talk?’ but rather, ‘can they suffer?’” In this quote, he clearly ends up with his provoking statement that even though animals cannot express themselves, still they have their own feelings and sufferings, which cannot be translated into human language. One of the upcoming revolutions in the world is the quest for protecting animal rights, which are led by the animal rights activists. Animals are the constituents of this complex universe. The animal rights supporters; portray the animals as inferior
Images of sentient animals, like primates, rabbits, mice, and birds, has driven opponents to acts of terrorism in the defense of animal rights (Pilkington, 2015). Animal research can be traced back to the third century BCE, when animals were used by Egyptians to study bodily functions (MacKinnon, 2015). Aristotle conducted animal experiments to learn about physiology of animals. Strong opposition to animal experimentation has existed since the 19th century and continues today. (MacKinnon, 2015).
TOWARDS ANIMALS RIGHTS It is said that the beasts are not persons either natural or legal. Hence they possess no legal rights. But according to Salmond there are two cases in which beasts may be thought of possessing certain legal rights. In the first place, cruelty to animals is a criminal offence, and in the second place, a trust for the benefit of particular classes of animals, as opposed to one for individual animals, is valid and enforceable as a public and charitable trust; for example, a provision for the establishment and maintenance of a home for stray dog or broken-down horses. We have seen that the human beings owe a duty towards the animals, which ultimately is considered as a duty towards the society also.
Experimental Procedures: • The procedures that provide minimum discomfort to animal should be used. • Procedures that ise restraint must confim to federal regulations and guidelines. • Animals cannot be subjected to surgical procedures unless they are required by the nature of research and surgery or for the well being of an animal. • Animals reared in the laboratory should not be released because, in most cases they cannot survive or they may survive by disrupting the natural ecology. 6.
““Animal-vertising”-A theoretical study on view of using animal in advertisement to persuade Audience. Abstract Objective: Fundamental aim of this paper is to explain techniques of persuasion used in advertisement in which animals are depicted in a lead role, whereas the animals are no way related to products or services provided by the company. Approach: The techniques are recognized with the help of methodical review of different articles on advertisement, persuasion techniques and Anthropomorphism perception, linking and brand recall ability. These articles were identified from different electronic databases .The study work done is based on the handful of papers that have been carefully chosen out of suitability. Findings: Animal in advertisement
Society & Animals publishes studies that describe and analyse our experiences of non-human animals from the perspective of various disciplines within both the social sciences (e.g., psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science) and humanities (e.g., history, literary criticism). The journal specifically deals with subjects such as human-animal interactions in various settings (animal cruelty, the therapeutic uses of animals), the applied uses of animals (research, education, medicine and agriculture), the use of animals in popular culture (e.g. dog-fighting, circus, animal companion, animal research), attitudes toward animals as affected by different socializing agencies and strategies, representations of animals in literature, the history of the domestication of animals, the politics of animal welfare, and the constitution of the animal rights movement. The goal of the journal is to stimulate and support the