Social Psychology

Dr. Wrenn’s full list of publications is available here.

Books

Wrenn, C. L.  2016.  A Rational Approach to Animal Rights:  Extensions in Abolitionist Theory.  London, UK:  Palgrave Macmillan.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Wrenn, C. L. 2018. “Free-Riders in the Nonprofit Industrial Complex: The Problem of Flexitarianism.” Society & Animals 26. Online first.

Wrenn, C. L. 2018. “College Student Literacy of Food Animal Slaughter in the United States.” International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food 24 (2): 215-228.

Wrenn, C. L. and R. Johnson.  2013.  “A Critique of Single-Issue Campaigning and the Importance of Comprehensive Abolitionist Vegan Advocacy.”  Food, Culture & Society 16 (4):  651-668.

Wrenn, C. L.  2013.  “Resonance of Moral Shocks in Abolitionist Animal Rights Advocacy:  Overcoming Contextual Constraints.” Society & Animals 21 (4):  379-394.

Conference Presentations

Wrenn, C. L. 2019. “Resisting Rape Culture in Animal Rights Activism.Kent Vegan Festival. Canterbury, UK. May 4.

Wrenn, C. L. 2012. “Resonance of Moral Shocks in Abolitionist Animal Rights Advocacy: Overcoming Contextual Constraints.American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. August 20.

Op-Eds

Wrenn, C. L. 2014. “Getting Your Foot In the Door.” Chickpea Magazine, Spring.

Wrenn, C. L. 2013. “Positively Engaging Your Non-Vegan Family.” VegFund Blog.

Interviews and Mentions

Chernick, K. 2018. “These Vegans Really Believe Animal Crackers are ‘Problematic.'” Vice Magazine.

Lashbrook, A. 2018. “A Sociologist Finds Vegans Are Too Open to ‘Free Riders’.” The Atlantic.

Green, C. 2014. “Too Much Choice is a Bad Thing.” Faunalytics.


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