Animal ethics

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Animal ethics. / Palmer, Clare; Sandøe, Peter.

Animal welfare. ed. / Michael C. Appleby; Joy A. Mench; I. Anna S.. Olsson; Barry O. Hughes. 2. ed. CABI Publishing, 2011. p. 1-12.

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Harvard

Palmer, C & Sandøe, P 2011, Animal ethics. in MC Appleby, JA Mench, IAS Olsson & BO Hughes (eds), Animal welfare. 2. edn, CABI Publishing, pp. 1-12.

APA

Palmer, C., & Sandøe, P. (2011). Animal ethics. In M. C. Appleby, J. A. Mench, I. A. S. Olsson, & B. O. Hughes (Eds.), Animal welfare (2. ed., pp. 1-12). CABI Publishing.

Vancouver

Palmer C, Sandøe P. Animal ethics. In Appleby MC, Mench JA, Olsson IAS, Hughes BO, editors, Animal welfare. 2. ed. CABI Publishing. 2011. p. 1-12

Author

Palmer, Clare ; Sandøe, Peter. / Animal ethics. Animal welfare. editor / Michael C. Appleby ; Joy A. Mench ; I. Anna S.. Olsson ; Barry O. Hughes. 2. ed. CABI Publishing, 2011. pp. 1-12

Bibtex

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