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Vivisection and Dissection in the Classroom: A Guide To Conscientious Objection Gary L. Francione Anna E. Carlton 1991 AAVS
The title says it all. This book has lots of information related to students legal rights, and strategies on how to assert these rights, to make sure that you will be able to take any class without compromising your ethical principles related to vivisection and dissection.
This book is very well written, and provides lots of great information in a very accessible way. From my personal experience, and from talking to other students, if you are informed, and your teacher/professor can tell you know your rights, you shouldn't have a problem.
In addition to lots of legal stuff, this book includes suggestions on how to approach your teacher/professor, sample letters, common objections you might face (with responses), a discussion of alternatives.
The book is broken down into 7 chapter: 1. Student Rights & the First Amendment Guarantee of Freedom of Religion: An Introduction 2. Fredome of Religion and Student Rights: A Discussion 3. Other Relevant Doctrines of Federal Law 4. Some State Law Doctrines That May Support a Student's Rights to Refuse to Vivisect/Dissect 5. Asserting your Rights: Some Suggested Strategies 6. Selected Arguments and Responses 7. Nonanimal and Animal Alternatives
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