Duration: 5 hours
For the past 10,000 years, people all over the world have domesticated animals for various purposes. Livestock animals such as cows and sheep were kept to provide products such as meat, wool or milk or even kept as working animals. Over time, however, the human approach to animals and their welfare has evoled. In this course, you'll learn about major theories in animal rights and welfare and how to consider welfare and health in making decision affecting the lives of animals. Includes material on animal ethics and the moral status of animals.
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