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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ariel Kamen on Saturday October 1, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to at Towson University taught by Gissendanner in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 15 views.
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Date Created: 10/01/16
9/15/16 Imperialism • civilization vs savagery • feme covert women ’s rights is covered by the man’s rights • slavery • domesticated vs wild British are excused for using such violence to control rebellion they went from beating the Kenyan ’s to show them what they’re doing to animals to then deciding to educate them Article about cock fighting having a chicken that is able to fight and win it is a status symbol what blood sport did the British perform? —> fox hunting, dog fighting • protestants felt that they were above Christians • Catholicism began to be ingrained into the different cultures Protestants vs Catholics • Spanish portrayed as cruel and barbarous * killing animals and blood sports are a sign of masculinity * killing animals could be for sport/enjoyment but also survival * original cock fights came from Indian and South America 9/29/16 Article Discussions 1. objectification —> 2. fragmentation —> steps to making eating/killing animals okay 3. consumption —> 1. taking away their agency; they becomes objects to satisfy the needs of others 2. a process of which something is broken into small or separate parts 3. use of the product Cuisine absent referent; original subject is absent when people are consuming the animal Vegan no animal products, no animal entertainment, no clothing using animal fur, skin, etc. empathy: mothers sociobiology gender roles: socialization ecofeminist: destruction of environment; oppression of women oppression of nacialized people native americans
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