AR-News: Animal rights class online

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LEARN ABOUT ANIMALS AND SOCIETY ONLINE
Ever wanted to take an animal rights class, professionally taught by
experienced and committed faculty? You can by enrolling today in the
online course, Animals and Society, at the Community College of
Baltimore County (MD). This distance course, which is the first in a
program of four 3-credit classes, is open for enrollment until Monday,
February 2, 2004. There is no time to waste in enrolling because the
class is limited to 30 students. The faculty includes Kim W.
Stallwood, executive director, Institute for Animals and Society, and
Brenda Fick, a CCBC instructor equally well informed on animal
advocacy issues. Students explore sociological, historical, economic,
philosophical, and public policy issues regarding the treatment of
animals. The uses of animals in factory farming, medical research,
hunting and trapping, and the entertainment industry are examined. For
more information, visit:
http://student.ccbcmd.edu/courses/anst101d/index.html




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