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The Resource Hunting, Dawn Laney, book editor, (electronic resource)

Hunting, Dawn Laney, book editor, (electronic resource)

Label
Hunting
Title
Hunting
Statement of responsibility
Dawn Laney, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
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
Member of
Cataloging source
ABC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Laney, Dawn
Series statement
Opposing viewpoints series
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  • Hunting
  • Hunting
  • Hunting
Label
Hunting, Dawn Laney, book editor, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-190) and index
Contents
  • Heidi Prescott ; Periodical bibliography
  • Ch. 2. How have modern technological advances affected hunting? 1. Technological advances can improve hunting skills
  • Jim Zumbo ; 2. Use of high-tech gadgets diminishes hunting skills
  • Jim Carmichel ; 3. Internet hunting can be a useful application of technology for the disabled
  • Steven Christian ; 4. Canned and internet hunting are ethically wrong
  • The Humane Society of the United States ; Periodical bibliography
  • Ch. 3. Is hunting an important part of wildlife maintenance? 1. Hunting plays a crucial role in maintaining natural habitats and the environment
  • Sharon Levy ; 2. Hunting is destructive to the environment, ecology, and biology
  • Anne Muller, interview by Yong Chau ; 3. Hunting makes significant contributions to wildlife protections
  • Hal Herring ; 4. Hunting contributes to animal species extinction
  • Why consider opposing viewpoints?
  • Jane Goodall ; 5. Hunting provides an economic motive for maintaining wildlife habitats
  • Bob Holmes ; 6. Hunting destroys the natural population ratio of the hunted animal
  • Jeremy Alcorn ; Periodical bibliography
  • Ch. 4. Is hunting a form of cruelty to animals? 1. Sport hunting is an unnecessary form of cruelty to animals
  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals ; 2. Sport hunting is not unnecessarily cruel to animals
  • Mike Lapierre ; 3. Animals have value and are not human resources to be hunted
  • Cass R. Sunstein ; 4. When done ethically, hunting can be humane
  • Mary Zeiss Stange ; 5. Humans ought to use nature to serve their own needs
  • Tibor R. Machan ; Periodical bibliography
  • For further discussion
  • Introduction
  • Organizations to contact
  • Bibliography of books
  • Index
  • Ch. 1. Does hunting have a place in the twenty-first century? 1. Hunting is a natural, ethical, and healthy undertaking
  • Ward M. Clark ; 2. Hunting is morally permissible only when it is necessary for human survival
  • Mark Rowlands ; 3. Modern hunters are stewards of wildlife and the environment
  • Randall L. Eaton ; 4. Hunting is murder
  • Gary Yourofsky ; 5. Childhood hunting skills make better soldiers
  • Brian Donlon ; 6. Hunting is recruiting to slaughter defenseless wildlife
Control code
ssj0000919547
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (200 p.)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Isbn
9780737738971
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2007938708
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000919547
Label
Hunting, Dawn Laney, book editor, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-190) and index
Contents
  • Heidi Prescott ; Periodical bibliography
  • Ch. 2. How have modern technological advances affected hunting? 1. Technological advances can improve hunting skills
  • Jim Zumbo ; 2. Use of high-tech gadgets diminishes hunting skills
  • Jim Carmichel ; 3. Internet hunting can be a useful application of technology for the disabled
  • Steven Christian ; 4. Canned and internet hunting are ethically wrong
  • The Humane Society of the United States ; Periodical bibliography
  • Ch. 3. Is hunting an important part of wildlife maintenance? 1. Hunting plays a crucial role in maintaining natural habitats and the environment
  • Sharon Levy ; 2. Hunting is destructive to the environment, ecology, and biology
  • Anne Muller, interview by Yong Chau ; 3. Hunting makes significant contributions to wildlife protections
  • Hal Herring ; 4. Hunting contributes to animal species extinction
  • Why consider opposing viewpoints?
  • Jane Goodall ; 5. Hunting provides an economic motive for maintaining wildlife habitats
  • Bob Holmes ; 6. Hunting destroys the natural population ratio of the hunted animal
  • Jeremy Alcorn ; Periodical bibliography
  • Ch. 4. Is hunting a form of cruelty to animals? 1. Sport hunting is an unnecessary form of cruelty to animals
  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals ; 2. Sport hunting is not unnecessarily cruel to animals
  • Mike Lapierre ; 3. Animals have value and are not human resources to be hunted
  • Cass R. Sunstein ; 4. When done ethically, hunting can be humane
  • Mary Zeiss Stange ; 5. Humans ought to use nature to serve their own needs
  • Tibor R. Machan ; Periodical bibliography
  • For further discussion
  • Introduction
  • Organizations to contact
  • Bibliography of books
  • Index
  • Ch. 1. Does hunting have a place in the twenty-first century? 1. Hunting is a natural, ethical, and healthy undertaking
  • Ward M. Clark ; 2. Hunting is morally permissible only when it is necessary for human survival
  • Mark Rowlands ; 3. Modern hunters are stewards of wildlife and the environment
  • Randall L. Eaton ; 4. Hunting is murder
  • Gary Yourofsky ; 5. Childhood hunting skills make better soldiers
  • Brian Donlon ; 6. Hunting is recruiting to slaughter defenseless wildlife
Control code
ssj0000919547
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (200 p.)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Isbn
9780737738971
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2007938708
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000919547

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