Much of the discourse on contemporary moral panics has evolved within the fields of social work and social policy, with obvious examples including child abuse, urban crime, youth culture and immigration. In this chapter, however, a moral panic will be considered centring on the welfare of animals slaughtered for meat according to the requirements of Islam and Judaism.
|Title of host publication||Revisiting Moral Panics|
|Editors||Vivienne Cree, Gary Clapton, Mark Smith|
|Place of Publication||Bristol|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 2015|