Health, ethics and environment: A qualitative study of vegetarian motivations\ud

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Fox, N.; Ward, K.;
  • Publisher: Elsevier B.V.

This qualitative study explored the motivations of vegetarians by means of online ethnographic research with participants in an international message board. The researcher participated in discussions on the board, gathered responses to questions from 33 participants, an... View more
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