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The International Institute for Animal Ethics' animal ethics training programme

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The International Institute for Animal Ethics' animal ethics training programme

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The objective of this report is to examine what elements the International Institute for Animal Ethics should incorporate in order to create an effective animal ethics training programme. The research’s main question is as follows: “How can IIAE create an effective animal ethics training programme? ”. Moreover, three sub-questions were conceived in order to answer the main question.

Three research methods were used in order to answer the sub-questions, namely desk research, observational research, and a questionnaire. Different theories related to effective training were localized through desk research. An operationalisation table was created based on the principles from the two theories. Subsequently, questions and statements were produced that would function as variables in the questionnaire.

In total, the questionnaire consisted of 47 participants that were selected based on purposive sampling, self-selection sampling and snowball sampling. The sample size poses as a limitation to its reliability. Moreover, it can also be said that the sample is not an accurate representation of the population and, as a result, has implications for the validity of the questionnaire results.

The findings of the questionnaire were for the most part consistent the theoretical framework, with the exception of the responses to two variables that were related to elements of one principle that was included in the operationalisation table. The responses to the two variables that differ from the theoretical framework do not contradict it, rather the responses illustrated that the preference of the majority of the respondents would limit the degree in which this element could be included in the training were it to be carried out in the way that the majority prefer. It is worth mentioning that this would not have implications for the principle in its entirety since other aspects of it, that were favoured by the majority, could be still be included in the training.

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OrganisatieDe Haagse Hogeschool
AfdelingMO Europese Studies / European Studies
Jaar2019
TypeBachelor
TaalEngels

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