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Transcript of PETA presentation
PETA as a Counter Culture
- Ingrid Newkirk
-Vegan and Vegetarian
- Emotional Appeal
+ Food, Clothing, Experimentation,
-Silver Spring Monkeys Incident
-Animal Welfare Act
Monday, February 17, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
opposition eating meat or using any animal products
still has interaction with society
Ellen DeGeneres, Elton John, Bono, Brad Pitt, Miley Cyrus, and Paul McCartney
PETA's impact on American Society
3 million members/ supporters
4 main areas
protests are usually loud/obnoxious or violent
nude protestors "we'd rather go naked than wear fur"
rejects idea that animals are "property"
What They've Done
PETA Key Terms
Stereotypes and Image
NEGATIVE STEREOTYPES POSITIVE STEREOTYPES
- Extreme/ Aggressive
- Representation of all vegetarians
- Sexist (sexualizes women)
- Limits medical research/ medical
progress for humans
- Reveals corruption/
+ Ultimate protector of
- Provides information about
protecting animals/ living a
PETA's Impact on American Society cont.
PETA Undercover Investigation into the University of Utah's Lab
This image is used under a CC license from: flickr.com
revealed horrific conditions in which pigs lived on pig-breeding factory farms, leading to first-ever felony indictments of farm workers
revealed Florida exotic-animal "training school" was beating big cats with ax-handles, encouraged the development of new regulations on animal training methods
persuaded oil companies to cover their exhaust stacks to protect birds and bats from being burned alive
got McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's to make basic welfare improvements for farm animals
got PETCO to stop selling large birds and to take better care of its animals