Date: Thursday, June 28, 2012
An Inquiry into Animal Rights Vegan Activists’ Perception and Practice of Persuasion
- Chair: Kathi Cross
- Senior Supervisor: Gary McCarron
- Supervisor: Robert Anderson
- Examiner: Michael Kenny (Anthopology, SFU)
This thesis interrogates the persuasive practices of Animal Rights Vegan Activists (ARVAs) in order to determine why and how ARVAs fail to convince people to become and stay veg*n, and what they might do to succeed. While ARVAs and ARVAism are the focus of this inquiry, the approaches, concepts and theories used are broadly applicable and therefore this investigation is potentially useful for any activist or group of activists wishing to interrogate and improve their persuasive practices.
Location: Library Thesis Room (2nd Floor – WAC Bennett Library)
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Posted: Wednesday, June 20th, 2012 @ 11:56 am
Tags: Activism, Animal Rights, Communication for Social Change, Persuasion, Veg*nism.
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