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Publisher: Universities Federation for Animal Welfare

Volume 20, Number 1, February 2011

Knowing Animals: Introduction and overview
pp. 1-2(2)
Authors: Miele, M; Buller, H; Veissier, I; Bock, B; Spoolder, H

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Animal ethics: the capabilities approach
pp. 3-10(8)
Author: Tulloch, G

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Killing day-old chicks? Public opinion regarding potential alternatives
pp. 37-45(9)
Authors: Leenstra, F; Munnichs, G; Beekman, V; van den Heuvel-Vromans, E; Aramyan, L; Woelders, H

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Cognitive sciences to relate ear postures to emotions in sheep
pp. 47-56(10)
Authors: Boissy, A; Aubert, A; Désiré, L; Greiveldinger, L; Delval, E; Veissier, I

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Animal welfare and economic optimisation of farrowing systems
pp. 57-67(11)
Authors: Vosough Ahmadi, B; Stott, AW; Baxter, EM; Lawrence, AB; Edwards, SA

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The performance of farm animal assessment
pp. 69-78(10)
Authors: Roe, E; Buller, H; Bull, J

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Highlighting ethical decisions underlying the scoring of animal welfare in the Welfare Quality® scheme
pp. 89-101(13)
Authors: Veissier, I; Jensen, KK; Botreau, R; Sandøe, P

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Animal welfare: establishing a dialogue between science and society
pp. 103-117(15)
Authors: Miele, M; Veissier, I; Evans, A; Botreau, R

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Free Content Reports and Comments
pp. 119-121(3)

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Free Content Book Reviews
pp. 123-130(8)

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Free Content Letters
pp. 131-132(2)

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