SEEN AND UNSEEN The Role of Visibility in Humans’ Use of Nonhuman Animals

Animals and Society section session, American Sociological Association annual meeting, August 23, 2016, Seattle, WA

Exploring how visibility and invisibility (removal from sight) make us more or less comfortable about different types of animal use by considering how exposure weakens support for animal use and/or leads to increased tolerance of that use.

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