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Shaw/Mrs. Warren's Profession
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A 3 page essay that discusses the relationship between Mrs. Warren and her daughter Vivie in Shawl's play. The writer argues that the relationship between Vivie and her mother mirrors Victorian morality, but also indicates a progressive attitude on the part of Shaw in that he locates the cause of prostitution not in depravity but poverty. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Singing the Song of the Younger World - For Females & Animals, The Wild Still Calls
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A 5 page paper that analyzes the concepts of animal intelligence and primeval memory presented by Jack London's 1903 novel The Call of The Wild and compares these concepts with the forces behind the modern Animal Rights Movement as well as the Feminist Movement. Included are views on the relationship between humans and animals as expressed by feminist leaders and by ecologists and rights activists. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Social Biology Of Wolves
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A 25 page research paper on wolves, their social biology, etc; The writer discusses various types of wolves, how they travel in packs, survive as predators, and so froth. Canis Lupis (Common wolf), gray wolves, and red wolves are among the many types discussed. The writer is also concerned with the evolutionary biology of wolves and other relevant issues. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Social Construction in Non-Human Animals and Its Significance to Animal Liberation Arguments
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This is a 4 page paper discussing social construction in non-human animals and its significance in animal liberation discourse. Research within the past several decades has led to many studies which have concluded that animals, and especially primates, have social constructions and social learning behaviors which are similar to that of humans. Through the study of social construction in animals, primates, rats, and guppies among many other species have shown social learning behavior such as family sharing, food foraging instruction, and many other cognitive behavior learning such as induced motivation, matched dependent behavior and emulation of those within their social group among other constructs. In addition to the social constructs which have been found to exist throughout the animal kingdom, researchers and animal activists discuss the importance of letting the social behavior of animals become well known as their “human-like” social constructs may make people realize the importance of liberating those animals held in captivity. Animals activists argue that not only do animals feel pain just as humans do but they also lead productive social lives, previously considered to exist only within humans. Once this has been successfully presented, animals should have the same social rights given to humans in addition to the protection of their natural environments. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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