What about Fish? Why Some "Vegetarians" Eat Seafood and Implications for the Vegetarian Movement.

McPherson, Kate D.

2012

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  • Vegetarians do not consume the flesh of animals but may choose to consume certain animal byproducts. However, many self-identified vegetarians continue to eat fish and seafood, despite claiming membership to a group that is morally opposed to killing animals for food. Collective identity within social movements is essential to group solidarity and effectiveness, and differing collective identities... read more
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