Risk, Human Health, and the Oppression of Nonhuman Animals

The Development of Transgenic Nonhuman Animals for Human Use

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  • Kay Peggs

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https://doi.org/10.52537/humanimalia.10080

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Kay Peggs

Kay Peggs is a Principal Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Portsmouth. Her current research interests center in the application of sociological perspectives to human nonhuman animal relations in society. She is especially interested in promoting sociological consideration of human/nonhuman animal power relations and in applying sociological theories and perspectives to a range of issues associated with nonhuman animals in human societies  themes central to her forthcoming books on nonhuman animals in sociology (Palgrave) and on the ways in which sociology can be used to explore ethical issues associated with nonhuman animal experiments (Ashgate). Her previous published work has focussed on issues associated with women and ageing, with gender and health, and with couple relationships. Identity and Repartnering after Separation, co-authored with Richard Lampard, was published by Palgrave in 2007.

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2011-02-14

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Peggs, K. (2011). Risk, Human Health, and the Oppression of Nonhuman Animals: The Development of Transgenic Nonhuman Animals for Human Use. Humanimalia, 2(2), 49–69. https://doi.org/10.52537/humanimalia.10080

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