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Emotion work in animal rights activism

Emotion work in animal rights activism A moral-sociological perspective From Acta Sociologica Social movement activism is often taxing on the individual activists who must cope with the emotional costs that their activism involves. Such activism requires emotional motivation and entails … Continue reading

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Physical pain and guilty pleasures

From Social Psychological and Personality Science  All indulgences in life are bad for us—or at least it often seems that way. We regularly desire things that provide short-term satisfaction, yet may harbor long-term negative consequences. In order to enjoy these … Continue reading

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