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Archive for November 16th, 2016

“Led by Jonas R. Kunst, a fellow at Oslo University’s Institute of Psychology, researchers found that descriptive terms such as ‘beef’ and ‘pork’  created emotional distance between consumers and the animals they were preparing to eat. “By alienating the animal through euphemism, these less representative terms made it much easier for consumers to eat meat. […]

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