As part of her decade-long research on food information, Nottingham Trent University Principal Lecturer Dr Kate Stewart writes article about ethical veganism


NTU lecturer Dr Kate Stewart authors article on ethical veganism

NTU lecturer Dr Kate Stewart authors article on ethical veganism

 January 10, 2021

"Veganism has always been more about living an ethical life than just avoiding meat and dairy," writes Dr Kate Stewart, a Principal Lecturer in Sociology at Nottingham Trent University.

Originally a medical sociologist, for the past decade Kate has held a research interest in how information about food is interpreted and applied. Her recent work addresses the sociological study of veganism and human animal relations. Her work covers a diverse range of subject matter, including children’s films, educational materials, television advertising and social media.

The ethical side to veganism

For The Conversation, an independent news website that publishes articles written by academics and researchers, Kate shares some thought leadership regarding the ethical side to veganism in response to the UK courts ruling it to be a philosophical belief.

Read the full article and learn more about Kate's work here.


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