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While there are many law protecting the right of humans there aren’t as many laws protecting animals. Our country has made great effort in the past to protect animals once it has become severe. what i mean by this is we push our selves to make it our job to protect animals after we’ve done serve damage. an example would be hunting exotic animal until almost extinction. With our new technology and innovations as well as social media helping support our causes for equal rights for all. why do companies still test on animals.
So, the question is why do companies test on animals? why is there a small percentage of us doing something about it? Well the main reason companies claim to test on animals is to check if the products are safe. on of the biggest acts of testing on animals come from the cosmetic industry. the matter of the fact is the U.s in 2014 used over 100 million animals including rats,mice birds, agricultural animals , and reptiles. of these 100 million many died so we have to think what are in these products that we use today? Especially in cosmetic productions for our skin, hair, and eyes what are putting on. these animals are being misused for our sake. we are allowing these animals to be abused, be misused, harming them by causing them pain, illness, and cancers.
So in terms of cosmetic products why do they use animals when their products are made for humans? well while researching, I have found that although we have different skin types companies are always trying to expand new products. Companies use animals because they are allowed to it is cheaper and it comes with less consequences then testing on animals. if the statistics of animals that got diseases, cancer, skin rashes/burns, and died were switched with human testing. the amount of death would be substantial.
Although many companies claim not to be using animals for testing that could be indeed a lie. companies are not required to put on the label whether they actually test on animals or not. Some brands that test today are Avon, Clinique, Estée Lauder, maybeline, Make up forever, and the most well heard of Victoria’s Secret.
What is scarier is this funding for testing is funded by us . shocking right many people are against this yet do not know that they are unconsciously helping the companies they hate. one way people fund this form of testing is that we have and incredible amount of people still buying these products. as stated in an article by PETA, “Through their taxes, charitable donations, and purchases of lottery tickets and consumer products, members of the public are ultimately the ones who—knowingly or unknowingly—fund animal experimentation. ”
An important scenario to think about is we do not just use animals to cosmetics but also medicine. for example we use pregnant animals to test birth control. what happens is Companies take these pregnant animals force them to take the medicine. Some die, some don’t if the animals lives we check to see if there animals have any side effects. if the animal die we take another and try again. Now how cruel does it sound that after one animal dies, we don’t stop right there. Instead companies dispose of these dead “lab participants” and bring in another countless times until we get it right. similar to most i believe it would be better to test on animals for medical research only just because it was safer then testing on us. through my research i found i was wrong, as an article by PETA states, “Diseases that are artificially induced in animals in a laboratory, whether they be mice or monkeys, are never identical to those that occur naturally in human beings. And because animal species differ from one another biologically in many significant ways, it becomes even more unlikely that animal experiments will yield results that will be correctly interpreted and applied to the human condition in a meaningful way.” so doing so what is the point we are just wasting these animals lives over and over and over again.
i believe we should ban animal testing worldwide. many countries made it a law that they must test before putting anything n their shelves. Countries like China enforce this law. although this might be difficult because people dont want to stop buying these brands which they continuously use daily. this is not impossible. if we come together and spread awareness, we could force these companies to undergo other ways of testing and also save the livef
Experiments on Animals: Overview. (n.d.). Retrieved February 14, 2018, from https://www.peta.org/issues/animals-used-for-experimentation/animals-used-experimentation-factsheets/animal-experiments-overview/
These Beauty Brands Are Still Tested on Animals. (n.d.). Retrieved February 14, 2018, from https://www.peta.org/living/personal-care-fashion/beauty-brands-that-you-thought-were-cruelty-free-but-arent/
Why are companies testing on animals? (n.d.). Retrieved February 14, 2018, from https://www.safe.org.nz/why-are-companies-testing-animals
Wischhover, C. (2015, January 30). Why the U.S. Won’t Ban Cosmetics Animal Testing Anytime Soon. Retrieved February 14, 2018, from https://fashionista.com/2015/01/us-cosmetics-animal-testing-ban
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PS, before I read your essay, I learn something from a glance at your References section. Out of four sources, only one names an Author. While you’re free to blend in popular sources as well, your best evidence for an academic essay will be studies and reports authored by serious researchers whose names will be the first item in your bibliographic references.
It’s possible to find excellent ideas in unauthored articles, but it’s equally likely the sources will be advocating a strong position, not objectively reporting complex situations. Articles at the PETA website ferociously promote an agenda. They may very well be citing true statistics as part of their evidence, but you can be certain they are also routinely ignoring anything that contradicts that agenda.
We’ve talked in class a couple of times about two methods of research. In one (the sort that high school students, propagandists, and PETA employ), the researcher has an ax to grind and goes in search of the best data available to drive the blade in deep. In the other (the sort objective academic researchers use), the researcher crafts a hypothesis that may or may not describe a state of affairs and goes in search of evidence that will prove or disprove the hypothesis. Either finding is a win for that researcher, since it proves something that was unknown, or contributes verification to a theory that was insufficiently proven.
If you limit yourself to reading the second- or third-hand articles of agencies with a political agenda to advocate, you’ll find plenty of evidence, but not the fuller understanding you seek.
Now, I’ll read your essay and, if I have time before class today, I’ll respond more specifically to what you’ve written.
Your reactions so far?
This is dialogue, PS. Feedback is freely given, and it can be quite extensive. The process works when we respond to one another. It continues until you stop reacting.
While grades are blended assessments of four categories, essays fail for violations of basic grammar and punctuation and continue to fail until they comply. Grades in other categories would help you pass, PS, but you can’t get by if your essay fails for grammar or violates academic integrity. The excerpt below contains more than two dozen violations of basic grammar and punctuation. Some may be simple oversights—even typographical errors—which I would overlook if I could tell the difference, but when errors are pervasive, it’s unclear that you would catch them while proofreading.
I understand thank you again sorry for the late response been stressing with work.
Thanks PS. No need to apologize. I like to be as much help as possible and therefore encourage lots of interaction. If you need help identifying or fixing grammar and punctuation errors, don’t hesitate to ask. Comp 2 is likely the last class in which your professor will be interested in helping you with fundamental writing skills.