Animal Welfare in Australia: Politics and Policy
Peter John Chen
Sydney University Press
In the last two decades animal rights has moved from a marginal issue to a recurrent policy issue with mainstream interest. Animal Welfare in Australia studies animal protection politics, including relevant literature, and examines emerging concepts of interest group ecology models, activation, mobilisation and social movement theory.
“This book will be an instant classic among animal studies scholars in Australia.”
—Dr Siobhan O’Sullivan, Senior Lecturer in Social Policy, University of New South Wales
Peter John Chen teaches media politics, public policy and Australian politics at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. His research interests focus on the relationship between media and politics, with a special interest in new media's impacts on electoral politics, media regulation, social movements, and the politics of animal protection. He is a member of the editorial boards of the Journal of Information Technology & Politics and the International Journal of Electronic Governance.
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