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Animal Rights
The following guide provides Web site links, a list of selected books, and access to online periodical articles about this subject. The Web site links have been researched, evaluated, and annotated by Rio Hondo College Librarians. The Librarians have specifically selected these Web sites to meet the research needs of Rio Hondo College students

go to   Web Site Links        Online Databases (RHC Students only)        Books        Library Catalog        Articles        Text-only version for printing     

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Animal Welfare Information Center- AWIC
http://www.nal.usda.gov/awic/index.html

Part of the National Agricultural Library of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, AWIC was created by mandate of the 1985 Animal Welfare Act amendments.  A clearinghouse of information on the care and use of animals in commercial enterprises, with links to relevant state, federal and international legislation, AWIC publications, and related associations.

Altweb : Alternatives to Animal Testing
http://altweb.jhsph.edu/

The Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing, in collaboration with various public and private funding organizations, developed this site in order to foster the development of scientifically acceptable alternatives to animal testing.  It includes links to laws, regulations, policies and guidelines pertaining to animal care and use and to educational resources for students from kindergarten through college.

American Anti-Vivisection Society
http://www.aavs.org/home.html

This Website from the oldest anti-vivisection society in the United States, advocates non-animal testing and research, and encourages non-animal alternatives for teaching.  Good listing of links.

Americans for Medical Progress
http://www.amprogress.org/

The AMP seeks to ensure that the public supports the vital role of animals in medical and scientific research. Through newspaper and magazine articles, broadcast debates and public education materials, this organization exposes the disinformation of the animal rights movement and advocates humane, necessary, and valuable research involving animals.

Internet Law Library :  Animals, Legal Treatment of
http://www.lawguru.com/ilawlib/index.php?id=91

PETA  (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals)
http://www.peta.org/

PETA works through public education, cruelty investigations, research, animal rescue, legislation, special events,celebrity involvement, and direct action. PETA focuses on animal treatment on factory farms, in laboratories, in the fur trade, and in the entertainment industry.

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Sirs
Click on Animal experimentation in "Leading Issues" for links to articles on moral and ethical aspects of animal experimentation, animal models in research, animal rights, and the Animal Welfare Act.

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The following books can be located in the Rio Hondo College Library.

Reference Books
Non-circulating:

Encyclopedia of animal rights and animal welfare
Call number: Ref HV4708.E53 1998

Suggested Subject Headings
For additional titles on this topic at Rio Hondo, click on the following Library of Congress subject headings:

Animal experimentation

Animal industry

Animal rights

Animal rights movement

Animal welfare

Factory farms

Laboratory animals

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The Rio Hondo College Library provides online access to full-text articles through our online databasesPlease note:  you must be a Rio Hondo College student, faculty, staff or board member to use these services.

The sample searches and articles below are from the ProQuest database.  If you are viewing this subject guide from an on-campus computer, simply click on the links below.   To gain access if you are at home or off-campus, first click here: https://rioweb.riohondo.edu/library/.  Input your student number [SSN] and password [your birthdate].  You will see a list of all the online databases to which you have access.  Click on ProQuest and enter the database.  You may conduct your own searches at this point or come back to this subject guide and click on any of the links below:

(SUB (animal rights movement) )  [from Peer-Reviewed Journals]
(SUB (animal rights movement) and "Animal Welfare Act")
(SUB (laboratory animals))
(SUB (animal rights movement) and chickens or poultry)
(SUB (animal rights movement) and SUB (cruelty to animals))
(SUB (animals) and SUB (medical research))

Researched and evaluated by:
J. Sevilla-Marzona, Librarian 9/1998
last update: K. Bourgaize, Librarian 12/2009

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