Westover Adult Nonfiction
Apr 3, 2019
Each title explores a specific issue by placing expert opinions in a unique pro/con format, exposing readers to many sides of a debate which promotes issue awareness as well as critical thinking.
200 pages ; 22 cm.
9780737738971 , 0737738960 , 9780737738964 , 0737738979
Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-190) and index.
Provides a collection of essays that offer varying viewpoints on the subject of hunting,covering such topics as whether it has a role in wildlife maintenance, how it has been affected by technological innovations, and whether it is a form of cruelty to animals.
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APA Citation (style guide)
Laney, D. (2008). Hunting. Detroit: Thomson/Gale.Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)
Laney, Dawn. 2008. Hunting. Detroit: Thomson/Gale.Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)
Laney, Dawn, Hunting. Detroit: Thomson/Gale, 2008.MLA Citation (style guide)
Laney, Dawn. Hunting. Detroit: Thomson/Gale, 2008. Print.
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|505||0||0|||t Why consider opposing viewpoints? -- |t Introduction -- |t Ch. 1. Does hunting have a place in the twenty-first century? 1. Hunting is a natural, ethical, and healthy undertaking / |r Ward M. Clark ; 2. Hunting is morally permissible only when it is necessary for human survival / |r Mark Rowlands ; 3. Modern hunters are stewards of wildlife and the environment / |r Randall L. Eaton ; 4. Hunting is murder / |r Gary Yourofsky ; 5. Childhood hunting skills make better soldiers / |r Brian Donlon ; 6. Hunting is recruiting to slaughter defenseless wildlife / |r Heidi Prescott ; Periodical bibliography -- |t Ch. 2. How have modern technological advances affected hunting? 1. Technological advances can improve hunting skills / |r Jim Zumbo ; 2. Use of high-tech gadgets diminishes hunting skills / |r Jim Carmichel ; 3. Internet hunting can be a useful application of technology for the disabled / |r Steven Christian ; 4. Canned and internet hunting are ethically wrong / |r The Humane Society of the United States ; Periodical bibliography -- |t Ch. 3. Is hunting an important part of wildlife maintenance? 1. Hunting plays a crucial role in maintaining natural habitats and the environment / |r Sharon Levy ; 2. Hunting is destructive to the environment, ecology, and biology / |r Anne Muller, interview by Yong Chau ; 3. Hunting makes significant contributions to wildlife protections / |r Hal Herring ; 4. Hunting contributes to animal species extinction / |r Jane Goodall ; 5. Hunting provides an economic motive for maintaining wildlife habitats / |r Bob Holmes ; 6. Hunting destroys the natural population ratio of the hunted animal / |r Jeremy Alcorn ; Periodical bibliography -- |t Ch. 4. Is hunting a form of cruelty to animals? 1. Sport hunting is an unnecessary form of cruelty to animals / |r People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals ; 2. Sport hunting is not unnecessarily cruel to animals / |r Mike Lapierre ; 3. Animals have value and are not human resources to be hunted / |r Cass R. Sunstein ; 4. When done ethically, hunting can be humane / |r Mary Zeiss Stange ; 5. Humans ought to use nature to serve their own needs / |r Tibor R. Machan ; Periodical bibliography -- |t For further discussion -- |t Organizations to contact -- |t Bibliography of books -- |t Index.|
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