Animal Rights

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GCSE Humanities (RS) Mind Map on Animal Rights, created by laura southwell on 05/16/2016.
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Mind Map by laura southwell, updated more than 1 year ago
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Animal Rights
  1. Factory Farmimg
    1. Advantages:
      1. More efficient
        1. costs less
      2. Disadvantages:
        1. suffering and distress, threatens evironment
          1. small cages hormones for fast growth
      3. Groups that protect animal rights
        1. RSPCA
          1. PETA
            1. not buy animal products or fur
              1. peaceful protests
                1. leaflets, marches, writing to MPs
                2. Do religious believers protect animals?
                  1. Some religions don't eat animals
                    1. Hindus -ahimsa, holy cow
                      1. Sikhs - not to abuse, vegetarian, kindness
                      2. Genetically modifying animals
                        1. Hindus - ahimsa
                          1. Cycle of samsara - reincarnations
                            1. Animals are important
                              1. Against animal experiments
                          2. Buddhists - rebirth, all life is precious
                            1. Against animal experiments
                            2. christians
                              1. god gave animals for human use
                                1. saving human lives
                                  1. for animal testing
                            3. Attitudes to eating meat
                              1. Buddhist- not refuse meat but cannot kill it
                                1. Christianity- God told people can eat animals
                                  1. Hindus- vegetarian, ahimsa, circle of life
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