Research Paper On Animal Testing For Cosmetic

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  • Animal Testing In Cosmetic Labs

    8 pages in length. Human vanity - a most distasteful characteristic of mankind - is only surpassed in its enormity by the level of insensitivity required to inflict painful "safety" tests on defenseless animals to make sure cosmetic products are not dangerous for people to use. The irony of such reality is quite telling, inasmuch as man - who holds the position of steward over the animal kingdom - is meant to protect and oversee rather than maim and torture. Add to this the fact that researchers continue to use archaic methods for cosmetic testing when viable alternatives to live animal usage currently exists illustrates how some of the human race must harbor latent power issues if they choose to continue inflicting such unnecessary suffering. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Animal Testing

    A 3 page paper which argues against animal testing. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Against Animal Cruelty

    This 15 page paper argues that people who abuse animals find ways to justify their actions; it also suggests a link between human and animal abuse. It also argues that there is no reason to continue testing on animals in the hope of curing human disease. Finally, it discusses dogfighting, cockfighting and pet overpopulation as examples of animal abuse. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Animal Testing Alternatives

    In four pages this research paper considers alternatives to animal testing and the issues surrounding them and offers five persuasive arguments as to why these alternatives should be favored over conventional testing on animals. There are seven bibliographic sources cited.

  • The Ethical Dilemma of Animal Testing

    The biomedical testing of animals is examined in five pages through a fictional proposed law that ban animal testing with the exception of rodents and both sides of the debate is presented with supporting evidence for each side. Eight sources are listed in the bibliography.

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