Scandinavian Studies in Law Volume 67 – Animal Law and Animal Rights
Titel:Scandinavian Studies in Law Volume 67 – Animal Law and Animal Rights
Omfång:305 sid.
Typ av verk:Samlingsverk
Serie:Scandinavian Studies in Law nr. 67
Ämnesord:Miljörätt , Offentlig rätt , Allmän rättslära

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Animal Law: A Field of Law in the Making

- Animal Law in General and Animal Rights in Particular
Birgitta Wahlberg

- Beyond Law’s Anthropocentrism: A Sociolegal Reflection on Animal Law and the More-Than-Human Turn
Marie Leth-Espensen and Måns Svensson

- “Unlike any other thing” – A Historical Discussion about the Status of Domestic Animals in the Swedish Legal Tradition
Filippo Valguarnera

Animals in Nordic Legal Systems

- The Status of Non-human Animals in Nordic Contract Law
Peter Hultgren

- Animal Welfare in the Norwegian Fish Farming Industry
Vegard Bø Bahus

- Access to Justice for Non-human Animals – Possibilities and Challenges within the Swedish Legal System
Eva Diesen

- The Roles of the Finnish Authorities Specialising in Animal Welfare Offences
Tarja Koskela

- The Status of Animal Protection in Denmark
Søren Stig Andersen

Philosophical and Empirical Approaches

- Animal Rights and Rhetorical Topoi
Tero Kivinen

- Animal Rights and the Argument from Marginal Cases
Maija Aalto-Heinilä

- Animal Law: Human Duties or Animal Rights?
Torben Spaak

- Illegal Killing of Large Carnivores in Finland: A Frame Analysis
Outi Ratamäki and Taru Peltola

- Law & Ethics: Deep Ecology, Climate Change, and Norway’s Wolf Policy
Esmeralda Colombo

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