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  1. Is the Concept of Animal Welfare Incompatible with Chinese Culture?Deborah Cao - 2020 - Society and Animals 30 (3):284-296.
    In discussions about nonhuman animal protection in China in recent years, one consistent theme is many people in China believe that animal welfare and the legal protection of animals are ahead of their time, and that animal welfare is a Western concept and practice, incompatible with Chinese culture. I argue that animal welfare is compatible with Chinese culture as seen through elements in Chinese traditional philosophy, imperial laws, and some idiomatic expressions in the Chinese language that are sympathetic toward animals. (...)
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  • Chinese Companion Animal Caretakers’ Attachment Influences Their Attribution of Emotions to Their Animals.Bingtao Su & Pim Martens - 2020 - Society and Animals 30 (2):131-150.
    It is well-documented that in developed countries, companion animal caretakers often show strong attachments to their animals. However, very little research has incorporated caretakers’ attachment to companion animals in developing countries such as China. This research analyzed the correlation between the attachment level of Chinese dog and cat caretakers and their attribution of emotions to their animals. The results indicated a trend that respondents frequently attributed primary emotions to companion animals rather than secondary emotions. Respondents who had frequent and multiple (...)
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