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Sara Newell BUL4310 Spring 2011 Term Paper Outline January 23, 2011 Introduction: According to the Law, Society and Business Course Guide and Textbook, the 21 st Century may see a major development in the Animal Rights Movement, particularly when it comes to the laws surrounding the protection of animals and their owners. My term paper will discuss the evolution of the animal rights movement, from the medieval concepts of pets as property, to the new-age revolution that views pets as life companions to their owners, evoking emotional attachment and grief when lost. Section 1 : The Origins of Animal Law The early origins of animal law viewed animals as property, and thus gave them the same rights as inanimate objects such as a person’s home or car. This was not strange for the time considering many people were farmers and their cattle, sheep, chickens, etc. were part of their business property. According to David Favre’s, “Living Property: A New Status for Animals Within the Legal System,” the “useful animals” (sheep and cattle) were given the greatest
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course BUL 4310 taught by Professor Carolan during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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