How We Teach Children a Separate Morality for Food AnimalsPhoto: Arimoore
From an early age human cultures, such as those in the UK and USA, switch off children's morality about what they eat. New research from Bristol University provides insight.
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Very true. I was three years old when I learned what meat was and I refused to eat it from there on despite my parent's trying to persuade me that it was "just a pig/cow/sheep"
I was a stubborn little thing and stood by what I thought was right and have been a vegetarian for the past 24 years.
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