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Recommended Citation Format: FEWD at University of Vienna 2016.05.29 ECSSV bibliography on vegetarianism / veganism in the social sciences and humanities, chronological organized. Online at  http://vegstudies.univie.ac.at/bibliographies/

Search results in Philosophers Index www.philinfo.org 167 (animal rights 508), Sociological Abstracts 104, Social Sciences Citation Index 532, PsycINFO 196, MLA 99, Communication Abstracts 19, Econlit, Humanities Sources – EBSCO 387, Arts & Humanities Citation Index 102,

Good starting points for research: Ruby, Matthew 2012. Research Review: Vegetarianism. A blossoming field of study. Appetite 58: 141-150; Puskar-Pasewicz, Margaret A. (ed.) 2010. Cultural Encyclopedia of Vegetarianism. Santa Barbara, CA, Greenwood Press; International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition - ICVN, since 1987 every five year. Next ICVN will be in February 2018 http://vegetariannutrition.org


Bramble, Benjamin / Fischer, Robert William (eds.) 2016. The Moral Complexities of Eating Meat. Oxford, Oxford University Press. (Chapter online at: www.benbramble.com)  http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780199353903.do

Chignell, Andrew / Cuneo, Terence / Halteman, Matthew C. (eds.) 2016. Philosophy Comes to Dinner. Arguments on the Ethics of Eating. New York, NY, Routledge. www.routledge.com/products/9780415806831

Diaz Carmona, Estela. 2016. Animal Humanness, Animal Use, and Intention to Become Ethical Vegetarian or Ethical Vegan. Anthrozoös 29 (2): 263-282. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/08927936.2016.1152720

Engel, Mylan / Comstock, Gary (Eds.). 2016. The Moral Rights of Animals. Lanham, MD, Lexington Books.  https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498531917/The-Moral-Rights-of-Animals# 

Ribbat, Christoph. 2016. Im Restaurant. Eine Geschichte aus dem Bauch der Moderne. Berlin, Suhrkamp. www.suhrkamp.de/buecher/im_restaurant-christoph_ribbat_42526.html

Visak, Tatjana / Garner, Robert (Eds.). 2016. The Ethics of Killing Animals. Oxford, Oxford University Press. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-ethics-of-killing-animals-9780199396085?



Albala, Ken (ed.) 2015. The Sage Encyclopedia of Food Issues (3 Volumes). Los Angeles, Sage Publication. https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/the-sage-encyclopedia-of-food-issues/book239023

Bohm, Ingela / Lindblom, Cecilia / Abacka, Gun / Bengs, Carita / Hörnell, Agneta 2015. “He just has to like ham” - The centrality of meat in home and consumer studies. Appetite 95: 101-112.

Brucker, Renate / Bujok, Melanie / Mütherich, Birgit / Seeliger, Martin / Thieme, Frank (eds.) 2015. Das Mensch-Tier-Verhältnis. Eine sozialwissenschaftliche Einführung. Wiesbaden, Springer VS.

De Backer, Charlotte J. S. / Hudders, Liselot 2015. Meat morals: relationship between meat consumption consumer attitudes towards human and animal welfare and moral behavior. Meat Science 99: 68-74.

Denker, Christian. 2015. Vom Geist des Bauches. Für eine Philosophie der Verdauung. Bielefeld, Transcript Verlag.  http://www.transcript-verlag.de/978-3-8376-3071-8/vom-geist-des-bauches

Graca, Joao / Calheiros, Maria Manuela / Oliveira, Abilio 2015. Attached to meat? (Un)Willingness and intentions to adopt a more plant-based diet. Appetite 95: 113-125.

Graca, Joao / Oliveira, Abilio / Calheiros, Maria Manuela 2015. Meat, beyond the plate. Data-driven hypotheses for understanding consumer willingness to adopt a more plant-based diet. Appetite 90 (1): 80-90.

Grau, Christopher 2015. McMahan on Speciesism and Deprivation. Southern Journal of Philosophy 53 (2): 216-226.

Hayley, Alexa / Zinkiewicz, Lucy / Hardiman, Kate 2015. Values, attitudes, and frequency of meat consumption. Predicting meat-reduced diet in Australians. Appetite 84: 98-106.

Herring, Ronald J. (ed.) 2015. The Oxford Handbook of Food, Politics, and Society. Oxford, Oxford University Press. http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780195397772.do

Hirschfelder, Gunther / Rückert-John, Jana / et.al. (Eds.). 2015Wasder*. Was der Mensch essen darf. Ökonomischer Zwang, ökologisches Gewissen und globale Konflikte. Wiesbaden, Springer. http://www.springer.com/de/book/9783658014643

Hsiao, Tim 2015. In Defense of Eating Meat. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 28 (2): 277-291. (The FEWD wants to mention that Tim Hsiao, a catholic natural law philosopher, is also author of an “homophobic” article, titled “A Defense of the Perverted Faculty Argument Against Homosexual Sex.”

Helstosky, Carol (ed.) 2015. The Routledge History of Food. New York, NY, Routledge. www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415628471/  

Kerschke-Risch, Pamela 2015. Vegan diet: motives, approach and duration. Initial results of a quantitative sociological study. Ernährungs Umschau 62 (6): 98-103 Free access at: https://www.ernaehrungs-umschau.de/fileadmin/Ernaehrungs-Umschau/pdfs/pdf_2015/06_15/EU06_2015_WuF_Kerschke-Risch_eng.pdf.

Kerschke-Risch, Pamela 2015. Vegane Ernährung: Motive, Einstieg und Dauer. Erste Ergebnisse einer quantitativen sozialwissenschaftlichen Studie. Ernährungs Umschau 62 (6): 98-103. 

LeRette, Denise Elaine 2015. Stories of microaggressions directed toward vegans and vegetarians in social settings (PhD, Fielding Graduate University). Ann Arbor, MI, ProQuest.

MacInnis, Cara C. / Hodson, Gordon 2015.12. It ain’t easy eating greens. Evidence of bias toward vegetarians and vegans from both source and target. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations 18: Published online before print December 6, 2015 http://gpi.sagepub.com/content/early/2015/12/04/1368430215618253.abstract.

Newmyer, Stephen T. 2015. The Animal and the Human in Ancient Thought (Routledge Monographs in Classical Studies). London, Routledge.

Piazza, Jared / Ruby, Matthew / Loughnan, Steve / Luong, Mischel / Kulik, Juliana / Watkins, Hanne M. / Seigerman, Mirra 2015. Rationalizing meat consumption. The 4Ns. Appetite 91 (1): 114-128.

Pohjolainen, Pasi / Vinnari, Markus / Jokinen, Pekka  2015. Consumers’ perceived barriers to following a plant-based diet. British Food Journal 117 (3): 1150-1167.

Radnitz, Cynthia / Beezhold, Bonnie L. / DiMatteo, Julie 2015. Investigation of lifestyle choices of individuals following a vegan diet for health and ethical reasons. Appetite 90 (1): 31-36.

Rothgerber, Hank 2015. Can you have your meat and eat it too? Conscientious omnivores, vegetarians, and adherence to diet. Appetite 84: 196-203.

Singer, Peter 2015.02.11. The abuse of animals won’t stop until we stop eating meat. The Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/feb/11/abuse-animals-meat-eating-industry-liberation-speciesism

Skuland, Silje Elisabeth 2015. Healthy Eating and Barriers Related to Social Class. The case of vegetable and fish consumption in Norway. Appetite 91: 217-226.

Unti, Bernard 2015. "Peace on earth among the orders of creation": Vegetarian Ethics in the United States Before World War I. In. Helstosky, Carol (ed.). The Routledge History of Food. New York, NY, Routledge: 179-199.

Veser, Petra / Taylor, Kathy / Singer, Susanne 2015. Diet, authoritarianism, social dominance orientation, and predisposition to prejudice: Results of a German survey. British Food Journal 117 (7): 1949-1960.



American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2014. Sixth International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition. Proceedings of a symposium held in Loma Linda, CA.  100 (1): 303S - 502S.

Beezhold, Bonnie L. / Radnitz, Cynthia / Rinne, Amy / DiMatteo, Julie 2014. Vegans report less stress and anxiety than omnivores. Nutritional Neuroscience 17: http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/1476830514Y.0000000164.

Beverland, Michael B. 2014. Sustainable Eating: Mainstreaming Plant-Based Diets In Developed Economies. Journal of Macromarketing 34 (3): 369-382.

Bradya, Jennifer / Ventrescaa, Matthew 2014. “Officially A Vegan Now”: On Meat and Renaissance Masculinity in Pro Football. Food and Foodways 22 (4): 300-321.

Brinkman, Britney G. / Khan, Aliya / Edner, Benjamin / Rosen, Lee A. 2014. Self-objectification, feminist activism and conformity to feminine norms among female vegetarians, semi-vegetarians, and non-vegetarians. Eating Behaviors 15 (1): 171-174.

Brumberg-Kraus, Jonathan 2014. "Better a Meal of Vegetables with Love": The Symbolic Meaning of Vegetables in Rabbinic and Post-Rabbinic Midrash on Proverbs 15.17. Jewish Quarterly Review 104 (1): 46-56.

Burkholder, Nasira / Siapco, Gina / Sabate, Joan 2014. Comparison of food intake of vegetarian and non-vegetarian adolescents. FASEB Journal 28 (1): 1024.12.

Calvert, Amy 2014. You Are What You (M)eat: Explorations of Meat-eating, Masculinity and Masquerade. Journal of International Women's Studies 16 (1): 18-33  siehe auch www.vegan.eu/index.php/meldung-komplett/items/fleisch_frauenverachtung.html

Cherry, Elizabeth 2014. I was a teenage vegan: Motivation and maintenance of lifestyle movements.  (Focus on Punks). Sociological Inquiry: Preprint online.

Contoisa, Emily 2014. Reviewed item: Shprintzen, Adam D. 2013. The Vegetarian Crusade. The Rise of an American Reform Movement. Food and Foodways 22 (4): 348-350.

Counihan, Carole (ed.) 2014. Food Activism: Agency, Democracy and Economy. London, Bloomsbury.

Cronin, James M. / McCarthy, Mary B. / Collins, Alan M. 2014. Covert distinction: how hipsters practice food-based resistance strategies in the production of identity. Consumption, Markets and Culture 17 (1): 2-28.

Dean, Megan A. 2014. You Are How You Eat? Femininity, Normalization, and Veganism as an Ethical Practice of Freedom. Societies 4 (2): 127-147.

De Backer, Charlotte J. S. / Hudders, Liselot 2015. Meat morals: relationship between meat consumption consumer attitudes towards human and animal welfare and moral behavior. Meat Science 99: 68-74.

De Backer, Charlotte J. S. / Hudders, Liselot 2014. From Meatless Mondays to Meatless Sundays: Motivations for Meat Reduction among Vegetarians and Semi-vegetarians Who Mildly or Significantly Reduce Their Meat Intake. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 55: 639-657. Abstract: "This study explores vegetarians’ and semi-vegetarians’ motives for reducing their meat intake. ... Most differences appear between vegetarians and both groups of semi-vegetarians. Animal-rights and ecological concerns, together with taste preferences, predict vegetarianism, while an increase in health motives increases the odds of being semi-vegetarian."

Deutscher Zukunftspreis 2014.11.19. Lebensmittelzutaten aus Lupinen - Beitrag zu ausgewogener Ernährung und verbesserter Proteinversorgung  http://www.deutscher-zukunftspreis.de/de/nominierte/2014/team-3

Dhont, Kristof / Hodson, Gordon 2014. Why do right-wing adherents engage in more animal exploitation and meat consumption? Personality and Individual Differences 64: 12-17.

Die Zeit, 2014.08.28 / Nr. 36 Dossier: Die vegane Armee Fraktion. Von Fuchs, Christian Taubert, Greta http://www.zeit.de/2014/36/tierschutz-tierrechte-radikale-aktivisten

Die Zeit 2014.05.19 Titelstory: Ich bin wie du! Brauchen Tiere Menschenrechte  http://www.zeit.de/2014/21/index .

Eckhardt, Benedikt 2014. "Bloodless Sacrifice": A Note on Greek Cultic Language in the Imperial Era. Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 54 (2): 255-273.

EURISPES.eu / Rapporto Italia 2014 - Capitolo 3. Scheda 30: Questioni e valori etici (Sondaggio). … Il 6,5% degli intervistati è vegetariano, lo 0,6% vegano, per un totale del 7,1%. http://www.eurispes.eu/content/rapporto-italia-2014 

Foreman, Elizabeth 2014. Good Eats. Between the Species 17: 53-73.

Freeman, Carrie Packwood 2014. Framing Farming: Communication Strategies for Animal Rights. Amsterdam, Rodopi. www.framingfarming.com

Freeman, Carrie Packwood 2014. Lisa and Phoebe, Lone Vegetarian Icons: At Odds with Television’s Carnonormativity. In. Macey, Deborah A. / Ryan, Kathleen M. / Springer, Noah J. (eds.). How Television Shapes Our Worldview: Media Representations of Social Trends and Change. Lanham, MD, Lexington Books: 193-212.

Graca, Joao / Calheiros, Maria Manuela / Oliveira, Abilio 2014. Moral disengagement in harmful but cherished food practices? An exploration into the case of meat. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 27 (5): 749 - 765.

Grimshaw, K. / et al. 2014. Consumer perception of beef, pork, lamb, chicken, and fish. Meat Science 96: 443-444.

Humane Research Council - USA  2014.12.02 HRC Study of Current and Former Vegetarians and Vegans http://spot.humaneresearch.org/2014vegstudy

Humane Research Council - USA 2014.12.02 How Many Former Vegetarians Are There?


Kretz, Lisa 2014. The Mindful Carnivore: A Vegetarian's Hunt for Sustenance. Environmental Ethics 36 (1): 119-122.

Kymlicka, Will / Donaldson, Sue 2014. Animal Rights, Multiculturalism, and the Left. Journal of Social Philosophy 45 (1): 116-135.

Laisney, Celine 2014. Vegetarianism and 'flexitarianism' in Europe. Futuribles (399): 124-125.

Leitzmann, Claus 2014. Vegetarian nutrition. past, present, future. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 100: 496S-502S.

Lestel, Dominique 2014. The carnivore's ethics (Translated by G. Steiner). Angelaki: Journal of Theoretical Humanities 19 (3): 161-167.

Loughnan, Steve / Bastian, Brock / Haslam, Nick 2014. The Psychology of Eating Animals. Current Directions in Psychological Science 23 (2): 104-108.

MacDonald, Katie / Montford, Kelly Struthers 2014. Eating Animals to Build Rapport: Conducting Research as Vegans or Vegetarians. Societies 4 (4): 737-752.

Nel, Dave 2014. “You Are Suffering from Literary Kwashiorkor”: Transculturation at the Confluence of African Literature, Vegetarianism and Indigenous Ritual Practice in Nape ’a Motana’s Son-In-Law of the Boere. Journal of Literary Studies 30 (1): 53-69.

Pegram, Thomas R. 2014. Reviewed item: Shprintzen, Adam D. 2013. The Vegetarian Crusade. The Rise of an American Reform Movement. Journal of American History 101 (2): 603-604.

Priewasser, Reinhold / Rumpl, Johanna (eds.) 2014.12.02. Studie zum Ernährungsverhalten der OberösterreicherInnen in Bezug auf Fleischkonsum. (Universität Linz).

Rothgerber, Hank 2014. A comparison of attitudes toward meat and animals among strict and semi-vegetarians. Appetite 72 (1): 98-105.

Rothgerber, Hank 2014. Carnivorous Cats, Vegetarian Dogs, and the Resolution of the Vegetarian's Dilemma. Anthrozoös 27 (4): 485-498.

Rothgerber, Hank 2014. Efforts to overcome vegetarian-induced dissonance among meat eaters. Appetite 79 (1): 32-41.

Rothgerber, Hank 2014. Evaluation of Ingroup Disloyalty Within a MultiGroup Context. Social Psychology 45 (5): 382-390.

Rothgerber, Hank 2014. Horizontal Hostility among Non-Meat Eaters. PLOS ONE 9 (5): Article Number: e96457 www.plos.org.

Rothgerber, Hank / Mican, Frances 2014. Childhood pet ownership, attachment to pets, and subsequent meat avoidance. The mediating role of empathy toward animals. Appetite 79: 11-17.

Roy, Parama 2014. A dietetics of virile emergency. Women's Studies International Forum 44: 255-265.

Savulescu, Julian / Schaefer, Owen G. 2014. The Ethics of Producing In Vitro Meat. Journal of Applied Philosophy 31 (2): 188-202.

Summers, Amber C. 2014. Vegetarian meals in the national school lunch program: Emploring the barrriers and facilitators. (2013 Johns Hopkins University). Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering 74 (10-B).

Thompson, Paul B. / Kaplan, David M. (eds.) 2014. Encyclopedia of Food and Agricultural Ethics. Berlin, Springer.

Tucker, Corrina A. 2014. The significance of sensory appeal for reduced meat consumption. Appetite 81 (1): 168-179.

Van Dooren, C. / et al. 2014. Exploring dietary guidelines based on ecological and nutritional values: A comparison of six dietary patterns. Food Policy 44: 36-46.

Vinnari, Markus / Vinnari, Eija 2014. A Framework for Sustainability Transition. The Case of Plant-Based Diets. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 27 (3): 369-396.

Wansink, Brian / Shimizu, Mitsuru / Brumberg, Adam 2014. Dispelling myths about a new healthful food can be more motivating than promoting nutritional benefits: The case of Tofu. Eating Behaviors 15 (2): 318-320.

Willis, Abbey 2014. Bringing Non-Human Animals Into Food Justice: Review Essay of Eating Animals. Theory in Action 7 (4): 133-137.

Wixson, Christopher 2014. Dilemmas and Delusions. SHAW: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies 34 (1): 1-15.

Woodward, Wendy 2014. Pedagogies of Discomfort: Teaching Coetzee's The Lives of Animals. In. Poyner, Jane (ed.). Approaches to Teaching Coetzee's Disgrace and Other Works. New York, NY, Modern Language Association of America: 139-145.

Yeh, Hsin-Yi 2014. Voice with Every Bite: Dietary Identity and Vegetarians “The-Second-Best” Boundary Work. Food, Culture & Society 17 (4): 591-613.

YouGov.de 2014.. Studie „Wer will‘s schon vegan - Aktuelle Ernährungsvorlieben und Lieblingsmarken in Deutschland 2014 - Typ für Typ“  http://research.yougov.de/services/wer-wills-schon-vegan/


Albala, Ken (ed.) 2013. Routledge International Handbook of Food Studies (Routledge International Handbooks). Oxford, Routledge.

Andersson, Tommy D. / Jutbring, Henrik / Lundberg, Erik 2013. When a music festival goes veggie. Communication and environmental impacts of an innovative food strategy. International Journal of Event and Festival Management 4 (3): 224-235.

Ashby, Michael A. / Rich, Leigh E. 2013. Eating people is wrong ... or how we decide morally what to eat. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 10 (2): 129-131.

Bosworth, Brendon 2013. Spreading the word: Communicating about veganism (Master Thesis). Ann Arbor, MI, ProQuest.

Broad, Garrett M. 2013. Vegans for Vick: Dogfighting, Intersectional Politics, and the Limits of Mainstream Discourse. International Journal of Communication 7: 780-800.

Carruth, Allison 2013. Culturing Food. Bioart and In Vitro Meat. Parallax: A Journal of Metadiscursive Theory and Cultural Practices 19 (1): 88-100.

Chiles, Robert Magneson 2013. If They Come, We Will Build It: In Vitro Meat and the Discursive Struggle over Future Agrofood Expectations. Agriculture and Human Values 30 (4): 511-523.

Chiles, Robert M. 2013. Intertwined ambiguities. Meat, in vitro meat, and the ideological construction of the marketplace. Journal of Consumer Behaviour 12 (6): 472-482.

Cole, Jennifer Rivers / McCoskey, Suzanne 2013. Does global meat consumption follow an environmental Kuznets curve? Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy 9 (2): http://sspp.proquest.com/archives/vol9iss2/1207-031.dagevos.html 

Counihan, Carole / Van Esterik, Penny (eds.) 2013. Food and Culture. A Reader 3rd Edition. New York, NY, Routledge.

Crnic, Ales 2013. Studying Social Aspects of Vegetarianism: A Research Proposal on the Basis of a Survey Among Adult Population of Two Slovenian Biggest Cities. Collegium Antropologicum - Croatia 37 (4): 1111-1120.

Dagevos, Hans / Voordouw, Jantine 2013. Sustainability and meat consumption: is reduction realistic? Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy 9 (2): http://sspp.proquest.com/static_content/vol9iss2/1207-031.dagevos.pdf .

Dyett, Patricia A. / Sabate, Joan / et al. 2013. Vegan lifestyle behaviors. An exploration of congruence with health-related beliefs and assessed health indices. Appetite 67: 119-124.

Filippi, Massimo / et al. 2013. The "Vegetarian Brain": Chatting With Monkeys and Pigs? Brain Structure and Function 218 (5): 1211-1227. Abstract "... These results support the role of the action observation–execution matching system in social cognition, which enables us to interact not only with our conspecifics but also with species in phylogenetic proximity to humans."

Gill, Michael B. 2013. On Eating Animals. Social Philosophy & Policy 30 (1-2): 201-207.

Giovanangeli, Angela / Robert, Julie 2013. Introduction: Edible Alterities, Perspectives from La Francophonie. Portal: Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies 10 (2): 1-3.

Giraud, Eva 2013. Veganism as Affirmative Biopolitics: Moving towards a Posthumanist Ethics? PhaenEx: Journal of Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture 8 (2): 47-79.

Giraud, Eva 2013. 'Beasts of Burden': productive tensions between Haraway and radical animal rights activism. Culture, Theory and Critique 54 (1): 102-120.

Grauel, Jonas 2013. Gesundheit, Genuss und gutes Gewissen. Über Lebensmittelkonsum und Alltagsmoral (Dissertation). Bielefeld, Transcript.

Gruber, Manuela 2013. Die Zukunft is(s)t vegetarisch: Der Wandel von einer fleischdominierten Esskultur zu einer vegetarischen Ernährungsweise. Hamburg, Diplomica Verlag.

Hallström, Elinor / Börjesson, Pal 2013. Meat-consumption statistics: reliability and discrepancy. Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy 9 (2): http://sspp.proquest.com/archives/vol9iss2/1203-008.hallstrom.html

Halser, Marlene (ed.) 2013. Go Vegan! Warum wir ohne tierische Produkte glücklicher und besser leben www.go-vegan-buch.de. München, Riva Verlag. (Nicht wissenschaftlich!)

Heldke, Lisa M. 2013. Philosophy and food. In. Albala, Ken (ed.). Routledge International Handbook of Food Studies New York, NY, Routledge: 135-145.

Hellmann, Kai-Uwe 2013. Der Konsum der Gesellschaft: Studien zur Soziologie des Konsums. Wiesbaden, Springer.

Helstosky, Carol 2013. Food studies and animal rights. In. Albala, Ken (ed.). Routledge International Handbook of Food Studies. New York, NY, Routledge: 306-317.

Hirschler, Christopher 2013. Raised on a vegetarian or vegan diet: Parents' and adult children's perspectives. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 12: 776-777.

Hoffman, Sarah R. / Stallingsa, Sarah F. / Bessingera, Raymond C. / Brooks, Gary T. 2013. Differences between health and ethical vegetarians: strength of conviction, nutrition knowledge, dietary restriction, and duration of adherence. Research report. Appetite 65: 139-144. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0195666313000676   

Hoek, Annet C. / et al. 2013. Are meat substitutes liked better over time? A repeated in-home use test with meat substitutes or meat in meals. Food Quality and Preference 28(1): 253-263.

Jacobsson, Kerstin / Lindblom, Jonas 2013. Emotion work in animal rights activism: A moral-sociological perspective. Acta Sociologica 56 (1): 55-68.

Jacobsson, Kerstin 2013. Channeling and enrollment: The institutional shaping of animal rights activism in Poland. In. Jacobsson, Kerstin / Saxonberg, Steven (ed.) Beyond NGO-ization? The development of social movements in Central, Eastern Europe Farnham, Ashgate: 1-35.

Joy, Melanie 2013. Warum wir Hunde lieben, Schweine essen und Kühe anziehen: Karnismus. Münster, Compassion Media - www.rootsofcompassion.org.

Leitzmann, Claus / Keller, Markus 2013. Vegetarische Ernährung (3. Auflage). Stuttgart, Ulmer / UTB.

Lomasky, Loren 2013. Is It Wrong to Eat Animals? Social Philosophy & Policy 30 (1-2): 177-200. "Increasingly, those who take pleasure in consuming animals find it a guilty pleasure. Are they correct?"

Lombardini, Chiara / Lankoski, Leena 2013. Forced Choice Restriction in Promoting Sustainable Food Consumption: Intended and Unintended Effects of the Mandatory Vegetarian Day in Helsinki Schools. Journal of Consumer Policy 36: 159-178.

Mäkiniemi, Jaana-Piia / Vainio, Annukka  2013. Moral intensity and climate-friendly food choices. Appetite 65: 54-61 dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.appet.2013.01.026

Mameli, Matteo 2013. Meat made us moral. A hypothesis on the nature and evolution of moral judgment. Biology and Philosophy 28: 903-931.

McPherson, Tristram 2013. A Case for Ethical Veganism. Intuitive and methodological considerations. Journal of Moral Philosophy 10 (August): 1-27.

Meier, Toni / Christen, Olaf 2013. Environmental Impacts of Dietary Recommendations and Dietary Styles. Germany As an Example. Environmental Science and Technology 47(2): 877-888.

Mendes, Elisabeth 2013. An Application of the Transtheoretical Model to Becoming Vegan. Social Work in Public Health 28 (2): 142-149.

Moore, Alison Rotha 2013. That could be me: Identity and identification in discourses about food, meat, and animal welfare. Linguistics and the Human Sciences 9 (1): 69-93.

Mortara , Ariela 2013. Techno mums' motivations towards vegetarian and vegan lifestyles. Italian Sociological Review 3 (3): 184-192.

Murcott, Anne / Belasco, Warren J. / Jackson, Peter (eds.) 2013. The Handbook of Food Research. London, Bloomsbury.

Neely, Michelle C. 2013. Embodied Politics: Antebellum Vegetarianism and the Dietary Economy of Walden. American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 85 (1): 33-60.

Paarlberg, Robert L. 2013. Food politics: What everyone needs to know. Oxford, OUP.

Painter, Corinne M. 2013. The Vegetarian Polis: Just Diet in Plato's Republic and in Ours. Journal of Animal Ethics 3 (2): 121-132.

Petrus, Klaus / Wild, Markus (eds.) 2013. Animal Minds & Animal Ethics: Connecting Two Separate Fields. Bielefeld, Transcript Verlag.

Pfau-Effinger, Birgit / Buschka, Sonja (eds.) 2013. Gesellschaft und Tiere. Soziologische Analysen eines ambivalenten Verhältnisses. Wiesbaden, VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

PhaenEx: Journal of Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture 2013. Focus: Animal and Food Ethics / Éthique animale et alimentaire.  8 (2).

Phillips, Delores B. 2013. The Globe at the Table: How Madhur Jaffrey's World Vegetarian Reconfigures the World. In. Ku, Robert Ji-Song / Manalansan, Martin F.  / Mannur, Anita (eds.). Eating Asian America: A Food Studies Reader. New York, NY, New York University Press: 371-392.

Rivera, Manuel / Shani, Amir 2013. Attitudes and orientation toward vegetarian food in the restaurant industry. An operator's perspective. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 25 (7): 1049-1065.

Rothgerber, Hank 2013. A meaty matter. Pet diet and the vegetarian’s dilemma. Appetite 68 (1): 76-82.

Ruby, Matthew / Heine, Steven / Kamble, Shanmukh / Cheng, Tessa K. / Waddar, Mahadevi 2013. Compassion and contamination: Cultural differences in vegetarianism. Appetite 71: 340-348.

Shprintzen, Adam D. 2013. The Vegetarian Crusade. The Rise of an American Reform Movement. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press.

Sieke, Erin / et al. 2013. Drivers of disordered eating in university students reporting vegetarian diets. Journal of Adolescent Health 52(2): S38-S39.

Stanescu, Vasile 2013. Why “loving” animals is not enough. A response to Kathy Rudy, locavorism, and the marketing of “humane” meat. Journal of American Culture 36: 100-110.

Stuart, Avelie 2013. 'We may be pirates, but we are not protesters'. Identity in the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. Political Psychology 34 (5): 753-777.

Sustainability: Science Practice & Policy 2013. Special Issue: Sustainable Food Consumption: Current Trends, Policy Approaches, and Future Scenarios. (Focus on Meat, Vegetarianism, …)    http://sspp.proquest.com/archives/vol9iss2/TOC.html

Taylor, Sunaura 2013. Vegans, Freaks, and Animals. Toward a New Table Fellowship. American Quarterly 65(3): 757-764.

Tontiplaphol, Betsy Winakur 2013. The Progress of Vegetation: Subversion and Vegetarianism in Mansfield Park. In. Laist, Randy (ed.). Plants and Literature: Essays in Critical Plant Studies. Amsterdam, Rodopi: 19-51.

Vanham, Davy 2013. The water footprint of Austria for different diets. Water Science and Technology 67(4): 824-30. doi: 10.2166/wst.2012.623.

Vanham, Davy / Mekonnen, M. M. / Hoekstra, Arjen 2013. The water footprint of the EU for different diets. Ecological Indicators 32: 1-8.

Visak, Tatjana / Leuven, Joost 20103. Ryder's Painism and His Criticism of Utilitarianism.  26 (2): 409-419.

Visak, Tatjana 2013. Killing Happy Animals: An Exploration in Utilitarian Ethics. Basingstoke, Hampshire, Palgrave Macmillan.

Wansink, Brian / Shimizu, Mitsuru / Brumberg, Adam 2013. How vegetables make the meal: their hedonic and heroic impact on perceptions of the meal and of the preparer. Public Health Nutrition 16 (11): 1988-199.

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The Economist 2012.12.01 Putting og in the yurt, Vegetarians in Mongolia. Page 47.

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Freeman, Carrie Packwood 2012. Pardon Your Turkey and Eat Him Too: Antagonism Over Meat-Eating in the Discourse of the Presidential Thanksgiving Turkey Pardoning. In. Frye, Joshua / Bruner, Michael S. (eds.). The Rhetoric of Food: Discourse, Materiality, and Power. London, Routledge: 103-120 http://works.bepress.com/carrie_freeman/14 

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Korinek, Valerie J. 2012. Meat Stinks / Eat Beef Dyke! Coming Out as a Vegetarian in the Prairies. In. Iacovetta, Franca / et al. (eds.). Edible Histories, Cultural Politics: Towards a Canadian Food History. Toronto, University of Toronto Press: 326-348.

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Micheletti, Michele / Stolle, Dietlind 2012. Sustainable Citizenship and the New Politics of Consumption. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 644: 88-120.

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Traini, Christophe 2012. Between Disgust And Moral Outrage: Sociogenesis Of An Activist Practice. Revue francaise de science politique 62: 559-581. Abstract: “This article aims to show how the conversion to a vegetarian diet is an empirical material most relevant to the sociology of collective mobilization and activism.”

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Häußler, Angela 2011. Dimension Gesellschaft: Fleisch essen aus sozialer und kultureller Perspektiven. In. Hoffmann, Ingrid / Schneider, Katja / Leitzmann, Claus (Ed.). Ernährungsökologie: Komplexen Herausforderungen integrativ begegnen. München, Oekom Verlag: 63-75.

Heldke, Lisa 2011. The (Extensive) Pleasures of Eating; Or, Why Did This Meal Suddenly Become Less Delicious When I Found Out ... In. Strong, Jeremy (ed.). Educated Tastes: Food, Drink, and Connoisseur Culture. Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press: 121-157.

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Hirschler, Christopher 2011. "What Pushed Me over the Edge Was a Deer Hunter": Being Vegan in North America. Society and Animals 19 (2): 156-174.

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Johnson, Justine 2011. Hegans: An Examination of the Emerging Male Vegan (Master Thesis). Ann Arbor, MI, ProQuest.

Leahy, Eimear / Lyons, Sean / Tol, Richard S. J. 2011. Determinants of Vegetarianism and Meat Consumption Frequency in Ireland. Economic and Social Review - Irland 42 (4): 407-436.

Lusk, Jayson L. / Roosen, Jutta / Shogren, Jason (eds.) 2011. The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Food Consumption and Policy. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Matheson, Neill 2011. Thoreau's Inner Animal. Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 67(4): 1-26.

Metz, Martina / Hoffmann, Ingrid 2011. Vegetarische Ernährung: das Zusammenspiel vielfältiger Auswirkungen. In. Hoffmann, Ingrid / Schneider, Katja / Leitzmann, Claus (Ed.). Ernährungsökologie: Komplexen Herausforderungen integrativ begegnen. München, oekom Verlag: 98-102.

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Navarro, Marilisa C. 2011. Decolonizing our plates: Analyzing San Diego and vegans of color food politics (Master Thesis). Ann Arbor, MI, ProQuest.

Newmyer, Stephen T. 2011. Animal as food: Vegetarianism and its opponents. In. Newmyer, Stephen T. (ed.). Animals in Greek and Roman Thought: A Sourcebook. London, Routledge: 97-111.

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Ruby, Matthew /  Heine, Steven 2011. Meat, morals, and masculinity. Appetite 56: 447-450.

Schlatzer, Martin ²2011. Tierproduktion und Klimawandel. Ein wissenschaftlicher Diskurs zum Einfluss der Ernährung auf Umwelt und Klima. Wien, LIT Verlag.

Smith, Gabriel 2011. White Mutants of Straight Edge: The Avant-Garde of Abstinence. Journal of Popular Culture 44 (3): 633-646.

Strong, Jeremy (ed.) 2011. Educated Tastes: Food, Drink, and Connoisseur Culture. Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press.

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Adams, Carol J. 2010. Why feminist-vegan now? Feminism & Psychology 20(3): 302–317.

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Alsdorf, Ludwig 2010. The history of vegetarianism and cow-veneration in India. Translated from the German by Bal Patil. (Ed. with add. notes, a bibliogr. and four appendices by Willem Bollée) London, Routledge.

Ballard, Richard 2010. ‘Slaughter in the suburbs’. livestock slaughter and race in post-apartheid cities. Ethnic and Racial Studies 33(6): 1069-1087.

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Brodard, Pierre 2010. From the Austrian Sausage Carna vegetale to the Swiss Spread Le Parfait: Meat Substitutes in Peace and in Wartime (1908-1959). Food and History 8 (2): 25-43.

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Chunwu, Fan 2010. Lu Bicheng and the international vegetarian movement in modern China. (Original Chinese ). Qing History Journal 78 (2): 105-113.

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Filippi, Massimo / et al. 2010. The Brain Functional Networks Associated to Human and Animal Suffering Differ among Omnivores, Vegetarians and Vegans. e10847.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0010847. PLos ONE 5(5).

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Freeman, Carrie Packwood 2010. Meat's Place on the Campaign Menu: How US Environmental Discourse Negotiates Vegetarianism. Environmental Communication 4(3): 255-276.

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Fudge, Erica 2010. Why it's easy being a vegetarian. Textual Practice 24(1): 149-166.

Gilheany, John M. 2010. Familiar Strangers: The Church and the Vegetarian Movement in Britain (1809-2009). Cardiff, Wales, Ascendant Press.

Goodland, Robert 2010. The Overlooked Climate Solution. Journal of Human Security 6(3): 50-60.

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Herzog, Harold A. 2010. Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat: Why It's So Hard to Think Straight About Animals. New York, NY, Harper & Row.

Hobbs, Suzanne Havala 2010. Living Vegetarian for Dummies. Indianapolis, IN, Wiley.

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McHugh, Susan 2010. Real Artificial: Tissue-Cultured Meat, Genetically Modified Farm Animals, and Fictions. Configurations 18: 181-197.

McMahan, Jeff 2010.09.19. The Meat Eaters. New York Times: http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/09/19/the-meat-eaters/. and http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/09/28/predators-a-response/

Merriman, Ben 2010. Gender differences in family and peer reaction to the adoption of a vegetarian diet. Feminism & Psychology 20(3): 420-427.

Nath, Jemal 2010. 'God is a vegetarian': the food, health and bio-spirituality of Hare Krishna, Buddhist and Seventh-Day Adventist devotees. Health Sociology Review 19(3): 356-368.

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Pelletier, Nathan / Tyedmers, Peter 2010. Forecasting potential global environment costs of livestock production 2000 - 2050. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107(43): 18371-18374. (http://www.pnas.org/content/107/43/18371.abstract ). Zitiert in: Die Presse / Langenbach, Jürgen 2010.10.06. Ökologie: Essen wir die Erde auf?  Der Fleischbedarf steigt stark und die Erde wird immer wärmer. Die damit verbundenen Umweltkosten sind hoch. Ob sie technisch in Grenzen gehalten werden können oder nur durch Vegetarismus, ist umstritten. http://diepresse.com/home/science/599893/index.do 

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Potts, Annie /  Parry, Jovian 2010. Vegan Sexuality: Challenging Heteronormative Masculinity through Meat-free Sex. Feminism & Psychology 20 (1): 53-72.

Puskar-Pasewicz, Margaret A. (ed.) 2010. Cultural Encyclopedia of Vegetarianism. Santa Barbara, CA, Greenwood Press, Imprint of ABC - Clio www.abc-clio.com

Romo, Lynsey K. / Donovan-Kicken, Erin 2010. Communication about Vegetarianism: Disclosing a Healthy Deviance. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the NCA 96th Annual Convention, http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p421605_index.html

Ritvo, Harriet 2010. Review: Gregory, James 2007. Of Victorians and Vegetarians. The Vegetarian Movement in Nineteenth-Century Britain. (Dissertation). London, Tauris. English Historical Review 125(513): 460-462.

Rützler, Hanni / Reiter, Wolfgang 2010. Food Change. 7 Leitideen für eine neue Esskultur. Wien, Hubert Krenn Verlag.

Sanchez-Fernandez, Raquel / Iniesta-Bonillo, M. Angeles 2010. Hedonic Value, Satisfaction and Loyalty: An Empirical Analysis in a Service Context Journal of Marketing Trends 1 (1): 27-40. (A total of 306 individuals were interviewed after visiting several vegetarian restaurants in four Spanish cities.)

Sautman, Barry 2010. "Vegetarian between Meals": The Dalai Lama, War, and Violence. Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique 18 (1): 89-143.

Schwarz, Thomas 2010. Veganer. In. Hitzler, Ronald / Niederbacher, Arne (Hg.). Wiesbaden, VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften: 170-176.

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Wilkie, Rhoda 2010. Livestock/Deadstock: Working with Farm Animals from Birth to Slaughter (Animals, Culture, and Society). Philadelphia, PA, Temple University Press.



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Caro, Mark 2009. The Foie Gras Wars: How a 5,000-Year-Old Delicacy Inspired the World's Fiercest Food Fight. New York, NY, Simon & Schuster.

Chiou, Lang-Roy / Chen, Chin-Hung  / Chiang, Ching-San   2009. Modern Menu Classics of Vegetarian Restaurant in Research - LOHAS Orient. In. ISSAT - International Conference on Reliability and Quality in Design. Proeeding: 296-300. - www.issatconferences.org

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Friend, Catherine 2009. The compassionate carnivore. Philadelphia, PA, Da Capo Press.

Gross, Joan 2009. Capitalism and Its Discontents: Back-to-the-Lander and Freegan Foodways in Rural Oregon. Food and Foodways 17: 57-79.

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Jamieson, Alexandra 2009. Living Vegan For Dummies. Indianapolis, IN, Wiley.

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Lamey, Andy 2007. Food Fight! Davis versus Regan on the Ethics of Eating Beef. Journal of Social Philosophy 38(2): 331-348.

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Dolphijn, Rick 2006. Capitalism on a Plate. The Politics of Meat Eating in Bangalore, India. Gastronomica 6 (3): 52-59.

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Fox, Michael Allen 2006. Why We Should Be Vegetarians. International Journal of Applied Philosophy 20(2): 295-310.   

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Haenfler, Ross 2006. Straight Edge: Hardcore Punk, Clean Living Youth, and Social Change Brunswick, NJ, Rutgers University Press.

Hamilton, Malcolm 2006. Eating death: vegetarianism, meat and violence. Food, Culture & Society 9 (2): 155-177.

Hamilton, Jill 2006. Disgust reactions to meat among ethically and health motivated vegetarians. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 45 (2): 125-158.

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Hollander, David 2006. Too Smart to Eat? Gastronomica 6(3): 52-59.

Iacobbo, Karen /  Iacobbo, Michael 2006. Vegetarians and Vegans in America Today: American Subcultures. Westport, CT, Praeger.

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Mika, Marie 2006. Framing the Issue. Religion, Secular Ethics and the Case of Animal Rights Mobilization. Social Forces 85(2): 915-941.

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Simmonds, Tara 2006. An Exploration of the Sprout: The Complex Nature of Food and Ideology in a Vegetarian Restaurant. Culture et tradition. 28: 82-99.

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Visak, Tatjana 2006. How animal friendly should our agricultural practice become? A moral anti-realist argumentation for veganism. In:  Kaiser, Matthias (ed.). Ethics and the Politics of Food. Wageningen, Wageningen Academic Publishers: 301-305.

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Larsson, Christel L. /  Johansson, Gunnar K. 2005. Research and Professional Briefs. Young Swedish Vegans Have Different Sources of Nutrients than Young Omnivores. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 105(9): 1438-144.

Lucas, Sheri 2005. A Defense of the Feminist-Vegetarian Connection. Hypatia 20(1): 150-177.

Marcus, Erik 2005. Meat Market: Animals, Ethics and Money. Boston, Brio Press.

Roth, LuAnne K. 2005. Beef. Its What’s for Dinner: Vegetarians, Meat-eaters, and the Negotiation of Familial Relationships. Food, Culture & Society 8: 182-200.

Rützler, Hanni 2005. Was essen wir morgen? 13 Food Trends der Zukunft. Wien, Springer.

Schedler, George 2005. Does Ethical Meat Eating Maximize Utility? Social Theory and Practice 31(4): 499-511.

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Sobal, Jeffery 2005. Men, meat, and marriage: Models of masculinity. Food and Foodways 13: 135–158.

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Barilan, Y. Michael 2004. The vision of vegetarianism and peace: Rabbi Kook on the ethical treatment of animals. History of the Human Sciences 17 (4): 69-101.

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Beardsworth, Alan /  Bryman, Alan 2004. Meat Consumption and Meat Avoidance Among Young People An Eleven Year Longitudinal Study. British Food Journal 106(4): 313-327.

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Capatti, Alberto 2004. The birth of vegetarian associations in Italy. Food and History 2 (1): 167-190.

Cohen, Carl 2004. A Critique of the Alleged Moral Basis of Vegetarianism. In:  Sapontzis, Steven F. (ed.). Food for Thought: The Debate over Eating Meat. Amherst, Prometheus: 152-166.

Crowley, Ethel 2004. Reviewed Item: Maurer, Donna 2002. Vegetarianism. Movement or Moment? Philadelphia, Temple University Press. Agriculture and Human Values 21: 423.

Ejimakor, Godfrey / Onyeagu, Uche 2004. Attributes and Preferences of U.S. Vegetarians. Journal of Food Distribution Research 35 (1): 192 purl.umn.edu/27129.

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Josiam, Bharath M.  /  Monteiro, Prema A. 2004. Tandoori tastes: perceptions of Indian restaurants in America. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 16 (1): 18-26. 

Korthals, Michael 2004. Before Dinner.  Philosophy and Ethics of Food. Berlin, Springer.

Kwan, Samantha / Roth, Louise 2004. Meat Consumption and Its Discontents: Vegetarianism as Counter-Hegemonic Embodiment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p110511_index.html

Schröder, Monika J. / McEachern, Morven G. 2004. Consumer value conflicts surrounding ethical food purchase decisions. A focus on animal welfare. International Journal of Consumer Studies 28: 168-177.

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Norcross, Alastair 2004. Puppies, Pigs, and People: Eating Meat and Marginal Cases. Nous-Supplement: Philosophical Perspectives 18: 229-245.

Norcross, Alastair 2004. Torturing Puppies and Eating Meat: It's All in Good Taste. Southwest Philosophy Review 20(1): 117-123.

Sabate, Joan 2004. Religion, diet and research. British Journal of Nutrition 92: 199-201.

Sapontzis, Steve F. (ed.) 2004. Food for Thought: The Debate Over Eating Meat (Contemporary Issues). Amherst, NY, Prometheus. - www.prometheusbooks.com

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Zamir, Tzachi 2004. Veganism. Journal of Social Philosophy 35(3): 367-379.



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American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2003. Fourth International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition. Proceedings of a symposium held in Loma Linda, CA.  78: 501S-668S.

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Davis, Steven L. 2003. The Least Harm Principle May Require That Humans Consume a Diet Containing Large Herbivores, Not a Vegan Diet. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 16: 387–394.

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Gastronomica 2003. Rumblings from the World of Food: Lists vegetarian restaurants found in Paris. Gastronomica 3(4).

Gossard, Marcia Hill / York, Richard 2003. Social Structure Influences on Meat Consumption. Human Ecology Review 10: 1-9.

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Klocke, Brian 2003. Reviewed Item: Maurer, Donna 2002. Vegetarianism. Movement or Moment. Contemporary Sociology 32 (3): 340-341.

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Larsson, Christel L. /  et al. 2003. Veganism as status passage: The process of becoming a vegan among youths in Sweden. Appetite 41: 61-67.

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Lea, Emma / Worsley, Anthony 2003. Benefits and barriers to the consumption of a vegetarian diet in Australia. Public Health Nutrition 6(5): 505-511.

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Levenstein, Harvey 2003. Revolution at the Table: The Transformation of the American Diet (California Studies in Food and Culture), University of California Press.

Locher, Julie L.  / Yoels, William C.  / Maurer, Donna / van Ellis, Jillian 2005. Comfort Foods: An Exploratory Journey into the Social and Emotional Significance of Food. Food and Foodways 13 (4): 273-297.

Matheny, Gaverick 2003. Least Harm: A Defense of Vegetarianism from Steven Davis's Omnivorous Proposal. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 16(5): 505-511.

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Sabate, Joan 2003. The Contribution of Vegetarian Diets to Health and Disease: A Paradigm Shift. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 78(3): 502S-507S.

Trocchia, Philip J. / Janda, Swinder 2003. A Cluster Analytic Approach for Consumer Segmentation Using the  Vegetarian/Meatarian Distinction. Journal of Food Products Marketing 9 (2): 11-23.

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Albala, Ken 2002. Insensible Perspiration and Oily Vegetable Humor: An Eighteenth-Century Controversy over Vegetarianism. Gastronomica 2 (3): 29-36.

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Beardsworth, Alan /  Bryman, Alan /  Keil, Teresa 2002. Women, men and food: The significance of gender for nutritional attitudes and choices. British Food Journal 104: 470-491.

Belasco, Warren J. / Scranton, Philip (eds.) 2002. Food Nations: Selling Taste in Consumer Societies. New York, Routledge. (Page 1-15: Food matters. Perspectives on an Emerging Field)

Brang, Peter 2002. Ein unbekanntes Russland. Kulturgeschichte vegetarischer Lebensweisen von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart. Köln, Böhlau.

Chin, Matthew G. / Fisak, Brian / Sims, Valerie K. 2002. Development of the attitudes toward vegetarians scale. Anthrozoös 15(4): 332-342.

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Kubberud, Elin / et al. 2002. Attitudes towards meat and meat-eating among adolescents in Norway: a qualitative study. Appetite 38: 53-62.

Lappe, Frances Moore / Lappe, Anna 2002. Hope's Edge: The Next Diet for a Small Planet. New York, NY, Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam.

Larsson, Christel L. 2002. Thesis: Young vegetarians and omnivores. Dietary habits and other health-related aspects. Scandinavian Journal of Nutrition - ab 2008 als Open Acces: Food & Nutrition Research 46(1): 48-49.

Larsson, Christel L. / et. al. 2002. Lifestyle-Related Characteristics of Young Low-Meat Consumers and Omnivores in Sweden and Norway. Journal of Adolescent Health 31 (2): 190-198.

Li, Hon-Lam 2002. Animal research, non-vegetarianism, and the moral status of animals - Understanding the impasse of the animal rights problem. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 27(5): 589-615.

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Maurer, Donna 2002. Vegetarianism. Movement or Moment? (1997 Ph.D.). Philadelphia, PA, Temple University Press.

Muller, Severin 2002. Visiting the slaughterhouse: The presentation of work. Geneses: Sciences sociales et histoire (49): 89-109.

Nibert, David 2002. Animal Rights/Human Rights. Entanglements of Oppression and Liberation. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Nobis, Nathan 2002. Vegetarianism and Virtue: Does Consequentialism Demand Too Little? Social Theory and Practice 28(1): 135-156.

Pence, Gregory E. (ed.) 2002. The Ethics of Food: A Reader for the Twenty-First Century. Oxford, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Powell, Kimberly A. 2002. Lifestyle as rhetorical transaction: A case study of the vegetarian movement in the United States. Atlantic Journal of Communication 10(2): 169 -190.

Reid, Rachel Louise /  Hackett, Alan 2002. A database of vegetarian foods. British Food Journal 104(11): 873-880.

Rogerson, Kenneth F. 2002. On the Morality of Eating Animals. Southwest Philosophy Review 18(1): 105-111.

Roy, Parama  2002. Meat-Eating, Masculinity, and Renunciation in India: A Gandhian Grammar of Diet. Gender & History 14(1): 62-91.

Singer, Peter 2002. Unsanctifying Human Life. Essays on Ethics by Peter Singer. (Edited by Helga Kuhse). Oxford, Blackwell.

Smith, Mick 2002. The ‘Ethical' Space of the Abattoir: On the (In)human(e) Slaughter of Other Animals. Human Ecology Review 9(2): 49-58.




Aleksic, Jelena 2001. Ideology of Food. Carnivorous vs Vegetarian. Teorija in Praksa - Ljubljana 38 (2): 307-327.

Benatar, David 2001. Why the Naive Argument against Moral Vegetarianism Really is Naive. Environmental Values 10(1): 103-112.

Janda, Swinder /  Trocchia, P. J. 2001. Vegetarianism: Toward a greater understanding. Psychology and Marketing 18(12): 1205-1240.

Jordan, Jeff 2001. Why Friends Shouldn't Let Friends Be Eaten: An Argument for Vegetarianism. Social Theory and Practice 27(2): 309-322.

Lea, Emma / Worsley, Anthony 2001. Influences on meat consumption in Australia. Appetite 32: 127-136.

Lindeman, Marjaana 2001. Food choice ideologies: the modern manifestations of normative and humanist views of the world. Appetite 37(3): 175-184.

Linnemann, Manuela /  Schorcht, Claudia (eds.) 2001. Vegetarismus. Zur Geschichte und Zukunft einer Lebensweise (Tierrechte - Menschenpflichten 4). Erlangen, Harald Fischer Verlag.

Lowe, Brian 2001. Animal Rights as a Quasi-Religion. Implicit Religion 4 (1): 41-60.

Macho, Thomas 2001. Lust auf Fleisch? Kulturhistorische Überlegungen zu einem ambivalenten Genuss. In. Neumann, Gerhard / et al. (Hg.). Essen und Lebensqualität. Natur- und kulturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven. Frankfurt a. M., Campus Verlag: 157-174.

MacNair, Rachel 2001. Commentary: McDonald's "Empirical Look at Becoming Vegan. Society and Animals 9: 63-69.

MacNair, Rachel 2001(?) Bibliography on the Psychology and Sociology of Becoming or Remaining Vegetarian and/or Vegan.  www.rachelmacnair.com 

Marcus, Erik ²2001. Vegan. The New Ethics of Eating - www.Vegan.com. Ithaca, NY, McBooks Press.

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Newman, Vicky 2001. Eating Meat: What Our Schools Teach Us about the Tender Carnivore. Journal of Thought 36 (3): 71-90.

Perry, Cheryl  L.  /  et al. 2001. Characteristics of Vegetarian Adolescents in a Multiethnic Urban Population. Journal of Adolescent Health 29(6): 406-416.

Povey, Rachel / Wellens, B. / Conner, M. 2001. Attitudes towards following meat, vegetarian and vegan diets: An examination of the role of ambivalence. Appetite 37: 15-26.

Spang, Rebecca L. 2001. The Invention of the Restaurant: Paris and Modern Gastronomic Culture. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press.

Thurnherr, Urs 2001. Vegetarismus. in: Joachim Ritter /  Karlfried Gründer /  Gottfried Gabriel (eds.). Historisches Wörterbuch der Philosophie. Basel, Schwabe Verlag: 558-561.

Walters, Kerry S. / Portmess, Lisa (eds.) 2001. Religious Vegetarianism.  From Hesiod to the Dalai Lama. Albany, State University of New York Press.




Allen, Michael W. 2000. Values and Beliefs of Vegetarians and Omnivores. The Journal of Social Psychology 140(4): 405-422.

Almeida, Michael J.  /  Bernstein, Mark H. 2000. Opportunistic Carnivorism. Journal of Applied Philosophy 17(2): 205-212?

Alward, Peter 2000. The Naive Argument against Moral Vegetarianism. Environmental Values 9(1): 81-89.

Beekman, Volkert 2000. You are What You Eat: Meat, Novel Protein Foods, and Consumptive Freedom. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 12 (2): 185-196.

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Engel, Mylan 2000. The Immorality of Eating Meat. In:  Pojman, Louis P. (Hg.). The Moral Life: An Introductory Reader in Ethics and Literature. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 856-890

George, Kathryn Paxton 2000. Animal, Vegetable, or Woman? A Feminist Critique of Ethical Vegetarianism. Albany, State University of New York Press.

Hamilton, Malcolm 2000. Eating Ethically: 'Spiritual' and 'Quasi-religious' Aspects of Vegetarianism. Journal of Contemporary Religion 15(1): 65 - 83.

Holm, L. / Mohl, M. 2000. The role of meat in everyday food culture. An analysis of an interview study in Copenhagen. Appetite 34: 277-283.

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Kellman, Steven G. 2000. Fish, Flesh, and Foul. The anti-vegetarian animus. American Scholar, 69 (4), 85-97. „p.85 …  vegetarians today suffer merely a species of social death.“

Lindeman, Marjaana / Väänänen, M. 2000. Measurement of ethical food choice motives. Appetite 34: 55-59.

Linnemann, Manuela (ed.) 2000. Brüder - Bestien - Automaten. Das Tier im abendländischen Denken. Erlangen, Harald Fischer Verlag.

McDonald, Barbara 2000. Once you know something, you can’t not know it: An empirical look at becoming vegan. Society and Animals 8: 1-23.

McGrath, Emma  2000. The Politics of Veganism. Social Alternatives. 19(4): 50-59.

Mellinger, Nan 2000. Fleisch. Ursprung und Wandel einer Lust. Eine kulturanthropologische Studie (2000 Dissertation). Frankfurt a.M., Campus Verlag.

Ouedraogo, Arouna P.  2000. From the religious sect to the philantropic utopia. Social genesis of Western vegetarianism. Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales 55 (4): 825-843.

Rinas, Bernd-Udo 2000. (Art)gerecht ist nur die Freiheit. Geschichte, Theorie und Hintergründe der veganen Bewegung. Giessen, Focus Verlag.

Sullivan, Victoria  /  Damani, Sadhana 2000. Vegetarianism and eating disorders - Partners in crime? European Eating Disorders Review 8(4): 263-266.

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Albu, Mihai 1999. New Religious Movements [of Eastern Origin] in Romania. Revista Romana de Sociologie 10 (1-2): 101-120.

American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 1999. Third International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition: Proceedings of a symposium held in Loma Linda, CA. 70: 429S-634S.

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Beardsworth, Alan /  Bryman, Alan 1999. Meat consumption and vegetarianism among young adults in the UK An empirical study. British Food Journal 101(4): 289-300.

Bordi, Ivonne Vizcarra  1999. Around the Plate. The Alimentary Act in Society and Culture. A Review Essay. Anthropologie et Societes 23 (2): 145-151.

Fagerli, R. A. / Wandel, M. 1999. Gender differences in opinions and practices with regard to a healthy diet. Appetite 32(2): 171-190.

Fox, Michael Allen 1999. Deep Vegetarianism. Philadelphia, PA, Temple University Press.

Guerrini, Anita 1999. A Diet for a Sensitive Soul: Vegetarianism in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Eighteenth-Century Life 23(2): 34-42.

Kalof, Linda / Dietz, Thomas / Stern, Paul C. / Guagnano, Gregory A. 1999. Social psychological and structural influences on vegetarian beliefs. Rural Sociology 64 (3): 500-511.

Kim, Esther H. / Schroeder, Karen M. / Houser, Robert F. / Dwyer, Johanna T. 1999. Two small surveys, 25 years apart, investigating motivations of dietary choice in 2 groups of vegetarians in the Boston area. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 99 (5): 598-601.

Leneman, Leah 1999. No animal food: The road to veganism in Britain, 1909-1944. Society and Animals 7(3): 219-228.

Martins, Y. /  et al. 1999. Restrained eating among vegetarians: Does a vegetarian eating style mask concerns about weight? Appetite 32(1): 145-154.

McDonald, Barbara /  Cervero, Ronald M. /  Courtenay, Bradley C. 1999. An Ecological Perspective of Power in Transformational Learning. A Case Study of Ethical Vegans. Adult Education Quarterly 50(1): 5-23.

Meyer-Renschhausen, Elisabeth / Wirz, Albert / Hill, Phil 1999. Dietetics, health reform and social order: vegetarianism as a moral physiology. The example of Maximilian Bircher-Benner (1867–1939). Medical History 43 (3): 323-341.

Nizard, Sophie 1999. Reviewed item: Ossipow, Laurence 1994. The Cuisine of the Body and the Soul - An Ethnological Approach to Vegetarianism, Veganism and Macrobiotics in Switzerland. Archives de sciences sociales des religions 106: 85-86.

Phillips, Carl V. 1999. Complex systems model of dietary choice with implications for improving diets and promoting vegetarianism. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 70: 608s-614s.

Sabate, Joan /  et al. 1999. Publication trends of vegetarian nutrition articles in biomedical literature, 1966-1995. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 70(3): 601S-607S.

Tansey, Geoff /  D’Silva, Joyce (eds.) 1999. The Meat Business: Devouring a Hungry Planet. London, Palgrave Macmillan / Earthscan.

Tester, Keith 1999. The moral malaise of McDonaldization: The values of vegetarianism. In. Smart, Brian (ed.). Resisting McDonaldization. London, Sage Publication: 216-235.

Verbeke, Wim / Viaene, Jacques 1999. Beliefs, attitude and behaviour towards fresh meat consumption in Belgium: empirical evidence from a consumer survey. Food Quality and Preference 10: 437-445.

Walters, Kerry S. /  Portmess, Lisa (ed.) 1999. Ethical Vegetarianism. From Pythagoras to Peter Singer. Albany, NY, State University of New York Press.

White, Randall F. / Seymour, Jennifer / Frank, Erica 1999. Vegetarianism among us Women Physicians. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 99: 595-598.

Willett, Walter C. 1999. Convergence of philosophy and science: The Third International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 70: 434S-438S.



Callicott, Baird J. 1998. 'Back Together Again' Again. Environmental Values 7(4): 461-475.

Heinz, Bettina / Lee, Ronald  1998. Getting down to the meat: The symbolic construction of meat consumption. Communication Studies 49(1): 86-99.

Jabs, Jennifer /  Devine, Carol M. /  Sobal, Jeffery 1998. Model of the Process of Adopting Vegetarian Diets: Health Vegetarians and Ethical Vegetarians. Journal of Nutrition Education 30(4): 196-202.

Jabs, Jennifer / Devine, Carol M. / Sobal, Jeffery 1998. Maintaining vegetarian diets - Personal factors, social networks and environmental resources. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research 59(4): 183-189.

Kenyon, P. M. /  Barker, M. E. 1998. Attitudes Towards Meat-eating in Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian Teenage Girls in England - an Ethnographic Approach. Appetite 30(2): 185-198.

Linnemann, Manuela 1998. Tierrecht (lat.ius animalium, ius bestiale; eng. animal[s`] rights; ital. diritti degli animali). In. Ritter, Joachim / Gründer, Karlfried (Hrsg.). Historisches Wörterbuch der Philosophie - HWbPh. Basel, Schwabe Verlag: 1217-1221.

MacNair, Rachel 1998. The psychology of becoming a vegetarian. Vegetarian Nutrition: An International Journal 2: 96-102.

Murcott, Anne (ed.) 1998. The Nation’s diet. The social science of food choice. London, Longman.

Ouedraogo, Arouna P. 1998. Purifying Society: Issues of Vegetarianism. Terrain (31): 59-76. http://terrain.revues.org/3138

Saba, Anna / et al. 1998. A study on the mediating role of intention in the impact of habit and attitude on meat consumption. Food Quality and Preference 10: 69-77.

Scapp, Ron /  Seitz, Brian (eds.) 1998. Eating Culture. New York, NY, State University of New York Press.

Singer, Peter 1998. A Vegetarian Philosophy. In. Griffiths, Sian / Wallace, Jennifer Consuming Passions: Food in the age of anxiety. Manchester, Manchester University Press: 71-80.

Smart, Andrew 1998. Instigating change in a globalised social environment. The impact of globalisation upon the promotion of vegetarianism in the United Kingdom. (Dissertation - Online at British Library www.bl.uk). Plymouth.

Stiles, Beverly L. 1998. Vegetarianism: Identity and experience as factors in food selection. Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology 26: 213-225.

Tardiff, Andrew 1998. A Catholic Case for Vegetarianism. Faith and Philosophy 15(2): 210-222.

Worsley, Anthony /  Skrzypiec, Grace 1998. Teenage Vegetarianism: Prevalence, Social and Cognitive Contexts. Appetite 30(2): 151-170.

Zirfas, Jörg (ed.) 1998. Fleisch. Eine kleine kulinarische Anthologie (Kapitel IV: Fleischeslust? Texte von Pilgrim, Zirfas, ...). Stuttgart, Reclam.


Barlösius, Eva. 1997. Naturgemässe Lebensführung. Zur Geschichte der Lebensreform um die Jahrhundertwende (Habilitation). Frankfurt a. M., Campus Verlag.

Beardsworth, Alan / Keil, Teresa 1997. Sociology on the Menu: Invitation to the Study of Food and Society. (Pages 193-241 Meat/Vegetarianism). London, Routledge.

Curnutt, Jordan 1997. A New Argument for Vegetarianism. Journal of Social Philosophy 23(3): 53-172.

Eisnitz, Gail A. 1997. Slaughterhouse: The Shocking Story of Greed, Neglect, and Inhumane Treatment Inside the U.S. Meat Industry. Amherst, NY, Prometheus Books.

Egonsson, Dan 1997. Kant's Vegetarianism. Journal of Value Inquiry: 31(4) 473-483.

European Sociological Association: Research network - Sociology of Consumption, 1997- www.esa-consumption.org

Fiddes, Nick 1997. Declining Meat: Past, Present . . . and Future Imperfect? In. Caplan, Pat (ed.). Food, Health, and Identity. London, Routledge: 252-266.

Friedrichs, Jürgen 1997. Die gewaltsame Legitimierung sozialer Normen. Das Beispiel der Tierrechtler/Veganer. In:  Trotha, Trutz von (ed.). Soziologie der Gewalt. (KZfSS, Sonderheft 37). Opladen: 327-354.

Haidt, Jonathan / et al. 1997. Body, psyche, and culture. The relationship between disgust and morality. Psychology and Developing Societies 9(1): 107-131.

LeBlanc, Ronald D. 1997. Tolstoy’s way of no flesh. Abstinence, vegetarianism, and Christian physiology. In. Glants, Musya (ed.). Food in Russian History and Culture. Bloomington, Indiana University Press.

Leneman, Leah 1997. The awakened instinct: vegetarianism and the women's suffrage movement in Britain. Women's History Review 6(2): 271-287.

Maurer, Donna 1997. Vegetarianism. In:  Roth, John K. (ed.). The Encyclopedia of Social Issues. New York, NY, Cavendish Publishing.

Rozin, Paul / Markwith, Maureen / Stoess, Caryn 1997. Moralization and becoming a vegetarian: The transformation of preferences into values and the recruitment of disgust. Psychological Science 8: 67-73.

Sutton, David E. 1997. The Vegetarian Anthropologist. Anthropology Today 13(1): 5-8.

Willetts, Anna 1997. "Bacon Sandwiches Got the Beter of Me": Meat-Eating and Vegetarianism in South-East London. In: Caplan, Pat (ed.). Food, Health and Identity. London, Routledge: 111-130.



Dalby, Andrew 1996. Siren Feasts: A History of Food and Gastronomy in Greece. London, Routledge.

Hill, John Lawrence 1996. The Case for Vegetarianism: Philosophy for a Small Planet. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Holch, C. 1996. Wegen mir soll kein Tier leiden. Veganer: radikaler als Vegetarier. In. Deese, Uwe / et al. Jugend und Jugendmacher. Das wahre Leben in den Szenen der Neunziger. Düsseldorf, Metropolis Verlag: 102-105.

Maurer, Donna 1996. Tofu and Taste: Explicating the Relationships between Embodiment, Language, and Food Choice. Humanity and Society 20 (3): 61-76.

Mepham, Ben (ed.) 1996. Food Ethics. London, Routledge.

Santos, M. L. S. /  Booth, David A. 1996. Influences on meat avoidance among British students. Appetite 27(3): 197-205.

Stavick, J. E. D. 1996. Love at First Beet: Vegetarian Critical Theory Meats Dracula. Victorian Newsletter 89: 23-29.

Tardiff, Andrew 1996 Simplifying the Case for Vegetarianism (Focus on P. Singer and T. Regan). Social Theory and Practice 22 (3): 299-314.



Adams, Carol J. 1995. Comments on George's `Should feminists be vegetarians?'. Signs 21: 221-22.

Dietz, Thomas / Frisch, Ann Stirling / Kalof, Linda / Stern, Paul C. / Guagnano, Gregory A. 1995. Values and Vegetarianism: An Exploratory Analysis. Rural Sociology 60: 533-542.

Dixon, Nicholas 1995. A Utilitarian Argument for Vegetarianism. Between the Species 11(3-4): 90-97.

Kellman, Steven G. 1995. Food fights in Iowa: The vegetarian stranger in recent midwest fiction. Virginia Quarterly Review 71(3): 435-448.

MacClancy, Jeremy 1995. Gaumenkitzel. Von der Lust am Essen (1997 Fischer Verlag, Original1992. Consuming Culture). Hamburg, Junius Verlag.

Maurer, Donna 1995. Meat as a Social Problem: Rhetorical Strategies in the Contemporary Vegetarian Literature. In:  Maurer, Donna /  Sobal, Jeffery (Hg.). Eating Agendas: Food and Nutrition as Social Problems. Hawthorne, NY, De Gruyter: 143-163.

Ossipow, Lawrence 1995. Vegetarianism and Fatness: An Undervalued Perception of the Body In. Garine, Igor de / Pollock, Nancy J. (Ed.). The Social Aspects of Obesity. Luxembourg, Gordon and Breach Publishers: 127-143.

Spencer, Colin 1995. The Heretic's Feast: A History of Vegetarianism (2nd Edition 2002). Hanover, NH, University Press of New England.

Stull, Donald D. /  Broadway, Michael J. /  Griffith, David  (eds.) 1995. Any Way You Cut It: Meat Processing and Small-Town America. Lawrence, KS, University Press of Kansas.

Vialles, Noelie 1995. De l'animal a la viande: une mort sans cadavre. French Cultural Studies 6(3): 335-350.

Walker, Chip 1995. Meet the new vegetarian. American Demographics 17(1): 9-11.



American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 1994. Second International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition: Proceedings of a symposium held in Arlington, VA.  59 (5): 1099S-1262S.

Comstock, Gary 1994. Might morality require veganism? Introduction. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 6: 3-6.

Delahoyde, Michael / Despenich, Susan C. 1994. Creating Meat-Eaters: The Child as Advertising Target. Journal of Popular Culture 28(1): 135-149.

Dwyer, Johanna T. 1994. Vegetarian eating patterns. science, values, and food choices - where do we go from here? American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 59(5): 1255S-1262S.

Fiddes, Nick 1994. Social aspects of meat eating. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 53: 271-280.

George, Kathryn Paxton 1994. Discrimination and Bias in the Vegan Ideal. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 7(1): 19-28.

George, Kathryn Paxton 1994. Use and Abuse Revisited: Response to Pluhar and Varner. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 7(1): 41-76.

Gregerson, Jon 1994. Vegetarianism. A History. Fremont, CA, Jain Publishing Company.

McKenna, Erin 1994. Feminism and Vegetarianism: A Critique of Peter Singer. Philosophy in the Contemporary World 1: 28-35.

Neale, R. J. /  et al. 1994. Women Vegetarians: Lifestyle Considerations and Attitudes to Vegetarianism. Nutrition & Food Science 93(1): 24-27.

Ossipow, Laurence 1994. La cuisine du corps et de l'âme. approche ethnologique du végétarisme, du végétalisme, du crudivorisme et de la macrobiotique en Suisse. Neuchatel.

Teuteberg, Hans Jürgen 1994. Zur Sozialgeschichte des Vegetarismus. Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte 81: 33-65.

Varner, Gary 1994. What's Wrong with Animal "By-products"? Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 7(1): 7-17.

Shafer-Landau, Russ 1994. Vegetarianism, Causation, and Ethical Theory. Public Affairs Quarterly: 8(1) 85-100.

Simoons, Frederick J. ²1994, (1961). Eat Not This Flesh. Food Avoidances From Prehistory To The Present (Second Edition). Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin Press.

Stadelhofer, Carmen / Herzog, Dorothea / Frauenakademie Ulm (eds.) 1994. Fleischkonsum: Geschichte, Hintergründe, Konsequenzen. Mössingen-Talheim.

Varner, Gary 1994. What's Wrong with Animal "By-products"? Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 7(1): 7-17.

Varner, Gary 1994. In Defense of the Vegan Ideal: Rhetoric and Bias in the Nutrition Literature. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 7(1): 29-40.

Varner, Gary 1994. Rejoinder to Kathryn Paxton George. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 7(1): 83-86.

Vialles, Noelie 1994. Animal to Edible. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.  

Wang, Chien-chuan 1994. A study of vegetarian sects in Taiwan: the origins of the Xiantiandao. (Original article in Chinese). Thought and Words: Journal of the Humanities and Social Science 32 (3): 1-32.

White, Randall F. / Frank, Erica 1994. Health effects and prevalence of vegetarianism. Western Journal of Medicine 160(5): 465-470.



Beardsworth, Alan /  Keil, Teresa 1993. Contemporary vegetarianism in the UK - Challenge and incorporation. Appetite 20(3): 229-234.

Chapple, Christopher K. 1993. Nonviolence to Animals, Earth, and Self in Asian Traditions. Albany, State University of New York Press.

Haidt, Jonathan / et al. 1993. Affect, culture, and morality, or is it wrong to eat your dog? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 65(4): 613-628.

Herzog, Harold A. 1993. “The movement is my life”: The psychology of animal rights activism. Journal of Social Issues 49: 103 - 119.

Hudson, Hud 1993. Collective Responsibility and Moral Vegetarianism. Journal of Social Philosophy 24: 89-104.

Kaplan, Helmut F. 1993. Leichenschmaus. Ethische Gründe für eine vegetarische Ernährung. Reinbek bei Hamburg, Rowohlt.

Lawrence, Valerie 1993. Is vegetarianism a diet or an ideology? Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) 148(6): 998-1002. (p. 999. “Changes in restaurant industry point to growth of vegetarian movement”).

Murcott, Anne (ed.) 1983. Sociology of Food and Eating: Essays on the Sociological Significance of Food. Aldershot, Gower.

Perrett, Roy W. 1993. Moral Vegetarianism and the Indian Tradition. In:  Smart, Ninian (ed.). Ethical and Political Dilemmas of Modern India. New York, St Martin's Press.

Pluhar, Evelyn 1993. Arguing Away Suffering: The Neo Cartesian Revival. Between the Species 9(1): 27-41.

Pluhar, Evelyn 1993. On Vegetarianism, Morality, and Science: A Counter Reply. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 6(2): 185-213.

Rappoport, Leon / et al. 1993. Gender and age differences in food cognition. Appetite 20(1): 33-52.

Richardson, N. J. / et al. 1993. Current attitudes and future influences on meat consumption in the UK. Appetite 21: 41-51.

Singer, Peter 1980, 1986, 1993. Animals and the Value of Life. In:  Regan, Tom (eg.). Matters of Life and Death : New Introductory Essays in Moral Philosophy. 3rd Edition, (2.nd 1986; 1.st 1980). New York, NY, McGraw Hill.

Wirz, Albert 1993. Die Moral auf dem Teller. Drgestellt an Leben und Werk von Max Bircher-Benner und John Harvey Kellogg, zwei Pionieren der modernen Ernährung in der Tradition der moralischen Physiologie; mit Hinweisen auf die Grammatik des Essens und die Bedeutung von Birchermues und Cornflakes; Aufstieg und Fall des patriarchalen Fleischhungers und die Verführung der Pflanzenkost. Zürich, Chronos Verlag.



Baumgartner, Judith. 1992. Ernährungsreform - Antwort auf Industrialisierung und Ernährungswandel. Ernährungsreform als Teil der Lebensreformbewegung am Beispiel der Siedlung und des Unternehmens Eden seit 1893. (Dissertation) Frankfurt a. M., Peter Lang Verlag.

Beardsworth, Alan 1992. The vegetarian option: varieties, conversions, motives and careers. The Sociological Review 40 (2): 253-293.

Curtin, Deane W. / Heldke, Lisa M. (eds.) 1992. Cooking, Eating, Thinking. Transformative Philosophies of Food. Bloomington, IN, Indiana University Press.

George, Kathryn Paxton 1992. The Use and Abuse of Scientific Studies: Reply. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 5 (2): 217-233.

Jasper, James M. / Nelkin, Dorothy 1992. The Animal Rights Crusade. The Growth of a Moral Protest. New York, NY, Free Press.

Krizmanic, J. 1992. Here's who we are: A new survey reveals some surprises about America's 12 million  plus (and counting) vegetarians. Vegetarian Times: 72-80.

Mennell, Stephen / Murcott, Anne / Otterloo, Anneke H. van (eds.) 1992. The Sociology of Food: Eating, Diet and Culture (Special Issue of "Current Sociology"). London, Sage Publication.

Pluhar, Evelyn 1992. Who Can Be Morally Obligated to Be a Vegetarian? Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 5 (2): 189-215.

Rifkin, Jeremy 1992. Beyond Beef: The Rise and Fall of the Cattle Culture. London, Thorsons.



Beardsworth, Alan / Keil, Teresa 1991. Health-related beliefs and dietary practices among vegetarians and vegans. A qualitative study. Health Education Journal 50(1): 38-42.

Beardsworth, Alan / Keil, Teresa 1991. Vegetarianism, veganism and meat avoidance. Recent trends and findings. British Food Journal 93(4): 19-24.

Blackburne, Linda 1991.02.15. 'One in ten vegetarian' aim for the millennium. Times Educational Supplement (3894): 6.

Curtin, Deane 1991. Toward an Ecological Ethic of Care. Contextual Moral Vegetarianism. Hypatia 6(1): 60-74.

Fiddes, Nick 1991. Meat. A Natural Symbol. London, Routledge.

Herzog, Harold A. / Betchart, Nancy S. / Pittman, Robert B.  1991. Gender, sex role identity and attitudes toward animals. Anthrozoös 4: 184-191.

McGinn, Colin 1991.01.24. Eating animals is wrong. London Review of Books: 14 ff.

Michael, Emily 1991. Vegetarianism and Virtue: On Gassendi's Epicurean Defense. Between the Species 7: 61-72.

Weir, Jack 1991. Unnecessary Pain, Nutrition, and Vegetarianism. Between the Species 7(1): 13-26. (See reply Sapontzis, S. 1991.)



George, Kathryn Paxton 1990. So Animal a Human..., or the Moral Relevance of Being An Omnivore. Journal of Agricultural Ethics 3: 172-186.

Gvion-Rosenberg, Liora 1990. Why Do Vegetarian Restaurants Serve Hamburgers? Toward an Understanding of a Cuisine. Semiotica 80 (1-2): 49-60.

Kleinschmidt, Nina / Eimler, Wolf-Michael 1990. Der Fleisch-Report. Hamburg, Hoffmann und Campe Verlag.

Pluhar, Evelyn 1990. Utilitarian Killing, Replacement, and Rights. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 3(2): 147-171.

Singer, Peter 1990. Animal Liberation (2nd Edition). New York, NY, New York Review Book.



Amato, Paul R. / Partridge, Sonia A. 1989. The New Vegetarians. Promoting Health and Protecting Life. New York, NY, Plenum Press.

Hay, Stephen 1989. The making of a late-Victorian Hindu: M. K. Gandhi in London, 1888-1891. Victorian Studies 33 (1): 75-98.

Krabbe, Wolfgang R. 1989. "The world view of the German life-reform movement is National Socialism": on the coordination of an alternative trend in the Third Reich. (Original article in German). Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 71 (2): 431-461.

Sapp, Stephen G. / Harrod, Wendy J. 1989. Acceptability and Intentions to Eat Beef: An Expansion of the Fishbein-Ajzen Model Using Reference Group Theory. Rural Sociology 54: 420-438.




American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 1988. First International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition: Proceedings of a congress held in Washington, DC.  48 (3): 707-927.

Crisp, Roger 1988. Utilitarianism and Vegetarianism. International Journal of Applied Philosophy 4: 41-49.

Eder, Klaus 1988. Die Vergesellschaftung der Natur. Studien zur sozialen Evolution der praktischen Vernunft. Frankfurt am Main, Suhrkamp Taschenbuch Verlag.

Fischler, Claude 1988. Food, Self and Identy. Social Science Information 27: 275-292.

Kaplan, Helmut F. 1988. Philosophie des Vegetarismus: Kritische Würdigung und Weiterführung von Peter Singers Ansatz. Frankfurt a.M., Peter Lang.

Pluhar, Evelyn 1988. When is it morally acceptable to kill animals? Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 1(3): 211-224.

Pluhar, Evelyn 1988. Speciesism: A Form of Bigotry or a Justified View? Between the Species 4: 83-96.

Sapontzis, Steve F 1988. Animal liberation and vegetarianism. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 1: 139-153



Chang, Ch'iu-wen 1987. The antimissionary attack by the Vegetarian Society in Ku-t'ien county. (Original article in Chinese). Bulletin of the Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica 16: 111-128.

Kleinschmidt, Nina / Eimler, Wolf-Michael 1987. Tierische Geschäfte. Barbarische Methoden im Fleisch- und Eierland. München, Droemer Knaur.

Weinberger, David 1987. Philosophical vegetarianism. Food and Foodways 2 (1): 81-91.



Ferre, Frederick 1986. Moderation, Morals, and Meat. Inquiry: 29 391-406.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne / Greninger, Sue / Young, Robert K. 1986. A Demographic and Social Profile of Age- and Sex-Matched Vegetarians and Nonvegetarians. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 86: 907-913.

Freeland-Graves, Jeanne / Greninger, Sue / Graves, Glenn R. / Young, Robert K. 1986. Health Practices, Attitudes, and Beliefs of Vegetarians and Nonvegetarians. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 86: 913-918.

Sadalla, Edward  / Burroughs, J. 1986. Profiles in eating. Sexy vegetarians and other dietbased stereotypes. Psychology Today 15(10): 51-57.

Sprondel, Walter M.  1986. Cultural Modernization by Cultural Protest: The Case of Lebensreform Vegetarians. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 38: 314-330.




Cooper, Charles K. / Wise, Thomas N. / Mann, Lee S. 1985. Psychological and cognitive characteristics of vegetarians. Psychosomatics 26: 521-527.




Dombrowski, Daniel A. 1984. The Philosophy of Vegetarianism. Amherst, MA, University of Massachusetts Press.




Frey, Raymond G. 1983. Rights, Killing and Suffering. Moral Vegetarianism and Applied Ethics. Oxford, Blackwell.

Murcott, Anne (ed.) 1983. Sociology of Food and Eating: Essays on the Sociological Significance of Food. Aldershot, Gower.

Regan, Tom 1983. The Case for Animal Rights. Berkeley, CA, University of California Press.

Twigg, Julia 1983. Vegetarianism and the meanings of meat. In:  Murcott, Anne (ed.). Sociology of Food and Eating: Essays on the Sociological Significance of Food. Aldershot, Gower: 18-30.



Weinstein, Lawrence /  de Man, Anton F. 1982. Vegetarianism vs. meatarianism and emotional upset. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 19(2): 99-100.

Singer, Peter 1982. 'The Oxford Vegetarians - A Personal Account'. International Journal for the Study of Animal Problems 3: 6-9.




Back, Kurt W. /  Glasgow, Margaret 1981. Social Networks and Psychological Conditions in Diet Preferences: Gourmets and Vegetarians. Basic and Applied Social Psychology (BASP) 2(1): 1-9.

Richards, Stewart 1981. Forethoughts for Carnivores. Philosophy 56: 73-88.

Strobl, C. M. / Groll, L. 1981. Professional knowledge and attitudes on vegetarianism: Implications for practice. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 79: 568-573.

Singer, Peter 1980, 1986, 1993. Animals and the Value of Life. In:  Regan, Tom (eg.). Matters of Life and Death : New Introductory Essays in Moral Philosophy. 3rd Edition, (2.nd 1986; 1.st 1980). New York, NY, McGraw Hill.

Whorton, James C. 1981. Muscular vegetarianism: The debate over diet and athletic performance in the progressive era. Journal of Sport History 8 (2): 58-75.



Farb, Peter / Armelagos, George J. 1980. Consuming Passions: The Anthropology of Eating. Boston, MA, Houghton Mifflin Company.

Fischler, Claude 1980. Food Habits, Social Change and the Nature/Culture Dilemma. Social Science Information 19 (6): 937-953.

Frey, Raymond G. 1980. Interests and Rights. The Case against Animals. Oxford, Clarendon Press.

Regan, Tom 1980. Utilitarianism, Vegetarianism, and Animal Rights. Philosophy and Public Affairs 9: 305-324.

Ruegg, D. Seyfort 1980. Ahimsa and Vegetarianism in the History of Buddhism. In. Balasooriya, Somaratna (ed.). Buddhist Studies in Honour of W Rahula. London, Roundwood Press: 234-241.

Singer, Peter 1980. Utilitarianism and Vegetarianism. Philosophy and Public Affairs 9(4): 325-337.

Sizer, Sandra S. 1980. New spirit, new flesh: The poetics of Nineteenth-Century mind-cures. Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 63 (4): 407-422.


Before 1980 – (also chronological sorted)

Auxter, Thomas 1979. The Right Not to Be Eaten. Inquiry 22: 221-230.

Brooks, R. /  Kemm, J.R. 1979. Vegan diet and lifestyle. A preliminary study by postal questionnaire. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 38(1): 15A (only Abstract).

Calkins, A. 1979. Observations on vegetarian dietary practice and social factors. The need for further research. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 74(3): 353-355.

Giehl, Dudley 1979. Vegetarianism: A Way of Life. Foreword by Isaac Bashevis Singer. New York, Harper & Row.

Lester, D. 1979. Food fads and psychological health. Psychological Reports 44(1): 222-222.

Twigg, Julia 1979. Food for thought: Purity and vegetarianism. Religion 9: 13-35.      

Devine, Philip E. 1978. The Moral Basis of Vegetarianism. Philosophy 53: 481-505.

Diamond, Cora 1978. Eating Meat and Eating People. Philosophy 53: 465-479.

Sims, Laura S. 1978. Food-related value-orientations of vegetarians and non vegetariansm: Implications for practice. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 7(1): 23-25.

Steinbock, Bonnie 1978. Speciesism and the Idea of Equality. Philosophy 53: 247-256.

David, William H. 1976. Man-Eating Aliens. Journal of Value Inquiry 10: 178-185.

Martin, Michael 1976. A Critique of Moral Vegetarianism. Reason Papers: 13-43.

Barkas, Janet 1975. Vegetable Passion: History of the Vegetarian State of Mind. London, Routledge.

Friedman, Stanley 1975. On Vegetarianism. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 23: 396-406.

Lerner, Franz / Steinbach, Kurt P. (eds.) 1975. Lebendiges Fleischerhandwerk. Ein Blick in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart. Frankfurt am Main, Deutscher Fleischer-Verband.

Regan, Tom 1975. The Moral Basis of Vegetarianism Canadian Journal of Philosophy 5: 181-214. Reprint in Regan, T. 1985. All That Dwell Therein. Berkeley, CA.

Singer, Peter 1975, ²1990. Animal Liberation. A New Ethics for our Treatment of Animals. New York, NY, New York Review of Book.

Singer, Peter 1974. All Animals Are Equal. Philosophic Exchange 1: 243-257 Reprinted: 2002.

Dwyer, Johanna T. / Mayer, Laura / Kandel, Randy F. / Mayer, Jean 1974a. The "new" vegetarians. Group affiliation and dietary strictures related to attitudes and life style. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 64: 376-382.

Dwyer, Johanna T. / Mayer, Laura / Dowd, Kathryn / Kandel, Randy F. / Mayer, Jean 1974b. The New Vegetarians: The Natural High? Journal of the American Dietetic Association 65: 529-536.

Dwyer, Johanna T. / Mayer, Laura / Kandel, Randy F. / Mayer, Jean 1973. The new vegetarians: Who are they? Journal of the American Dietetic Association 62: 503-509.

Rigby, Andrew / Turner, Bryan S. 1973. Communes, Hippies and Secularized Religion. Social Compass 20 (1): 5-18.

Prochorov, Aleksandr M. (ed.) 1973-1983. Great Soviet Sncyclopedia. A Translation Of The Third Edition, Volumes 1 thru 31. New York, NY, Macmillan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Soviet_Encyclopedia

Register, U. D. / Sonnenberg, L. M. 1973. The Vegetarian Diet. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 62: 253-261.

West, Eric D. 1972. The Psychological Health of Vegans Compared with Two Other Groups. Plant Foods and[?] Human Nutrition 2: 147-149. (cited in Maurer, Donna 2012)

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