Vegaphobia

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Vegaphobia is an aversion to vegetarian and vegan people.[1][2][3] It is in the 21st century that it began to frame the phenomenon in the sociological sphere and makes its appearance "vegaphobia". In 2007, a survey called "Vegaphobia: disproportionate talk about veganism in British national newspapers" took place in the United Kingdom, which examined 397 articles containing the terms "vegan", "vegans" and "veganism". That's what the researchers found was that 74.3% of the items are classified as "negatives"; 20.2% "neutral" and only 5.5% "positive". Negative items were in order of frequency: ridiculing veganism; characterize veganism as asceticism; affirming that veganism is difficult or impossible to sustain; describe veganism as a fashion; portray vegans as sentimentalists; defining vegans as hostile.[1]

Laura Wright claims that media organisations and wider discourse routinely mischaracterise vegan diets[4] and highlights situations where media outlets report the death of children from a 'vegan diet' rather than the neglect that was the actual cause.[5]. However, Christophe Traïni writes that some vegan activists may present themselves 'as members of an oppressed minority rebelling against ‘vegephobia’'[6]

At the 2013 International Animal Rights Conference, actress and producer Jola Cora, discussed the topic in a presentation called "Vegaphobia, what is it?"[7]

Bibliography

  • Guadagnucci, Lorenzo (2012). Restiamo animali. Terre di mezzo. ISBN 978-88-6189-224-8. 
  • Charles Patterson (2003). Un'eterna Treblinka. Il massacro degli animali e l'Olocausto. Editori Riuniti. ISBN 978-8835953241. 
  • Mannucci, Erica Joy (2008). La cena di Pitagora. Storia del vegetarianismo dall'antica Grecia a Internet. Carocci editore. ISBN 978-88-430-4574-7. 
  • Cole, Matthew (2011). Vegafobia: discorsi dispregiativi sul veganismo nei giornali nazionali britannici. 
  • Sigler, Pierre. L'exploitation animale est une question de société. 
  • Oliver, David. Vegephobia is Speciesism. 

References

  1. ^ a b Cole, Matthew; Morgan, Karen (1 March 2011). "Vegaphobia: derogatory discourses of veganism and the reproduction of speciesism in UK national newspapers". The British Journal of Sociology. 62 (1): 134–153. doi:10.1111/j.1468-4446.2010.01348.x. PMID 21361905. 
  2. ^ "Vegephobia, what is it? Why is it important to fight it? (Jola Cora) [IARC2013]". ar-conference.org. 
  3. ^ Griffin, Nathan Stephens (2017-07-20). Understanding Veganism: Biography and Identity. Springer. pp. 24, 47, 120. ISBN 9783319521022. 
  4. ^ Wright, Laura (2015). The Vegan Studies Project : Food, Animals, and Gender in the Age of Terror. EBSCOhost: University of Georgia Press. 
  5. ^ Laura Wright (1 October 2015). The Vegan Studies Project: Food, Animals, and Gender in the Age of Terror. University of Georgia Press. pp. 89–. ISBN 978-0-8203-4854-4. 
  6. ^ Traïni, Christophe; Throssell, Katharine. "Between disgust and moral indignation". Revue Française de Science Politique. Vol. 62 (4) – via cairn-int.info. 
  7. ^ VeganKanal (12 September 2013). "Vegephobia, what is it? Jola Cora at IARC 2013 Luxembourg" – via YouTube. 
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