Animal treatment is a topic which is covered by many facets of what helps create the guiding principles for humans, yet all in different ways; there is some overlap, and there is some distinction. From my three months of study in Rabat, Morocco, seeing how each person approaches the homeless animal differently, I write on how three important overarching areas: religious, legal, and societal, discuss how animals should be treated.
In this paper, I will be analyzing religious texts, legal writings both in place and in draft, and will rely on external works written animal markets and on the school curriculum to help better analyze how the society functions. My writing also includes interviews with citizens or experts to better establish main ideas and to make connections between the areas.
African Languages and Societies | African Studies | Animal Law | Animal Studies | Ethics in Religion | Sociology of Culture | Sociology of Religion
Altman, Michael, "Discontinuity Between Religion, Law, and Society through Animal Treatment in Morocco" (2021). Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection. 3422.