How Food Shaming Meat Eaters Hinders Rather than Helps the Fight Against Climate Change

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Angela Starnaman

Abstract

This paper was originally written for Michael Schmitt’s PSYC 461/960 course Critical Social Psychology of Climate Change. The assignment asked students to write a paper intended for a general audience, rather than a standard academic paper (i.e., contractions/casual language permitted; informed by research without requiring explicit citations/references), about any topic that incorporated aspects of a critical social psychological approach to climate change. The paper uses “Other” citation style.

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2020 - Upper Division Category (60+ credits, including Honours)