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"Men zal ons niet van overdreven sentimentaliteit kunnen beschuldigen": Over de rol van de dierenarts bij de oprichting en ontwikkeling van de Nederlandse Dierenbescherming in de periode 1864-1964

  • Autores: Renske Braaksma
  • Localización: Argos: bulletin van het Veterinair Historische Genootschap, ISSN 0923-3970, Nº. 49, 2013, págs. 294-304
  • Idioma: neerlandés
  • Títulos paralelos:
    • "They will not accuse us of exorbitant sentimentality": About the role of the veterinarian in the establishment and development of the Netherlands Society for the Protection of Animals in the period 1864 - 1964
  • Resumen
    • This research examined the role of veterinarians in the establishment and development of the Netherlands Society for the Protection of Animals (NSPA) in the period 1864 - 1964. The first society for the protection of animals was founded in The Hague in 1864. Initially, most of the members of the NSPA were aristocrats and academics and thus among the elite. The role of biology and veterinary medicine was very small until the First World War. Apparently veterinarians considered the projects of the NSPA a bit overdone and the animal protectors too sentimental. After the First World War, veterinarians were invited to share their knowledge and to provide scientific input. As more veterinarians became committed to the NSPA, there was more attention from the veterinary profession. This not only contributed to animal welfare but also reduced quackery and raised the position of veterinarians in Dutch society. Several issues brought veterinarians and animal protectors into contact with each other, such as vivisection and stunned slaughter. The Netherlands Veterinary Association (NVA) did not take a particular position on animal welfare and protection and there was seldom cooperation between the NSPA and the NVA until 1964.


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