Varför vi älskar hundar, äter grisar och klär oss i kor - Melanie Joy - Intro
Ljud för djuren
Varför älskar vi djur som hundar och katter? Samtidigt som vi dödar och äter djur som grisar och kor? De flesta icke-vegetarianer har förmodligen sällan ens reflekterat över frågan. Att äta kött av vissa djur har varit och är så självklart i vår kultur att de som gör det hittills inte har behövt legitimera sin verksamhet. De har inte heller haft vare sig namn eller ideologi. Fram till nu, vill säga. I sitt pionjärverk Varför vi älskar hundar, äter grisar och klär oss i kor undersöker Melanie Joy just denna normerande grupp, karnister, vars ideologi hon kallar karnism. Detta synliggörande av förtryckets bärare och strukturer ser hon som ett första steg till medvetenhet och frigörelse. Varför vi älskar hundar, äter grisar och klär oss i kor är skriven av Melanie Joy och svensk översättning av Elisabeth Helms är utgiven på Karneval Förlag 2014. Denna ljudbok är inspelad 2019-2020. Inläst av Markus Tufvesson. Inläsningen av denna ljudbok har gjorts ideellt och utan vinstsyfte. Projektet Ljud för djuren har läst in denna ljudbok för att öka kunskapen och reflektion om vår relation till djur och kött. Organisationen Beyond Carnism arbetar med att skapa ett bättre samhälle för djuren. Om du vill veta mer och engagera dig i bokens frågor kan du besöka föreningens hemsida http://carnism.org Ljudboken har gjorts med tillstånd från förlag, författare och översättare.
The Psychology of Eating Meat & Effective Advocacy | Dr. Melanie Joy
Jack talks to Dr. Melanie Joy about the psychology of eating meat, black and white thinking in the vegan community, effective vegan advocacy and how to have better relationships. Dr. Melanie Joy is a Harvard-educated psychologist, relationship coach, and communication specialist and she is the world’s leading expert on the psychology of eating animals and the psychology of veganism. She is the award-winning author of six books, including Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows; Beyond Beliefs: A Guide to Improving Relationships and Communication for Vegans, Vegetarians, and Meat Eaters; and Getting Relationships Right. Her work has been featured by media outlets around the world, including the New York Times, the BBC, NPR, and ABC Australia. Dr. Joy is also the founding president of the charitable organization Beyond Carnism. You can learn more about her work at carnism.org.
Why do we treat some animals as food and others as family? Is animal agriculture really as bad as vegans say it is? And if I want to change things, is veganism my only option? Featuring Melanie Joy, social psychologist, founding president of the NGO Beyond Carnism, and author of "Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows." Click here to see citations for this episode! Follow Taboo Science on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. Suggest a taboo topic via firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit tabooscience.show for more. Taboo Science is written and produced by Ashley Hamer. Theme music by Danny Lopatka of DLC Music.
How To Build Relational Literacy - Dr. Melanie Joy
The Reducetarian Podcast
In this episode, Brian speaks to Melanie about building relational literacy - the understanding of and ability to practice healthy ways of relating - and how it can improve our advocacy and personal relationships. Melanie offers practical advice on increasing your relational literacy and also shares tips for how this framework can make organizations a more powerful force for change. For show notes and past guests, please visit www.reducetarian.org/podcast. Follow Reducetarian: Twitter: twitter.com/reducetarian Instagram: instagram.com/reducetarian Facebook: facebook.com/reducetarian LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/reducetarian-foundation
Dr. Melanie Joy: How To Get Your Relationships Right
Choose You Now
Dr. Melanie Joy How vulnerability, integrity, and pride are crucial to relating to those around you as well as to choosing yourself with Dr. Melanie Joy, Harvard-educated psychologist and award-winning author of six books, including Getting Relationships Right: How to Build Resilience and Thrive in Life, Love, and Work. Website: https://www.melaniejoy.org/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmelaniejoy/ Send us your questions and comments at email@example.comFor more about my Nutrition services and resources, visit me at PlantBasedDietitian.com
Dr. Melanie Joy is an Harvard-educated psychologist, author, relationship coach, and the founding president of the NGO Beyond Carnism. Through her work, Melanie illustrates that oftentimes it is our lack of relational literacy that is the root cause for the struggles we face with ourselves, within partnerships and as a society. Philipp and Tjorven seek advice for their own struggles and try to understand how to become more compassionate beings. Moreover, Melanie tells us why being able to create positive change is a privilege and what makes her hopeful for the future.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/einpodkaffee)
27: Why Humans Eat Meat and Building Healthy Partner Bonds | Dr. Melanie Joy
The Innergy Motto Podcast
Dr. Melanie Joy is a renowned Harvard- educated social psychologist, animal activist, and award winning author for promoting global non-violence in relationship between humans and also, with animals.She's best known for fighting to raise awareness about the atrocities that happen in animal agribusiness and factory farms whether its on a TedX stage or through her ground-breaking best-seller “Why we love Dog, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows.”
191: Dr. Melanie Joy On Dealing With Your Emotional Side
Real Talk With Jimmy Moore
Join Jimmy today as he welcomes Dr. Melanie Joy to talk all about emotions. “I don’t know how many people have told me that they can’t even go into a church anymore because their body reacts to the stress they feel.” - Dr. Melanie Joy “So much of the medical speak is almost a self-fulfilling prophecy.” - Jimmy Moore Dr. Melanie’s journey is a remarkable story from sickness to health. Her teen years were fraught with food allergies, a heart condition, and chronic low energy. Doctors, as wonderful and needed as they are, were unable to introduce her to the healthier promised lands she wanted and needed. Like most extraordinary people do, she had to find those lands herself. Through self-education, formal research, and carefully calibrated lifestyle changes, Melanie’s biology began restoring and even optimizing. Her condition then became her calling. Undergirded by degrees in Education and Complementary Alternative Medicine, and most importantly, living personal proof, she began guiding others to inside-out health. Whether it be a total nutritional overhaul or minor tune-ups, Dr. Melanie is well-equipped to meet the need. Listen in today as Jimmy talks to a board-certified holistic health specialist named Dr. Melanie Joy about the emotional and psychological issues that can directly impact your weight and health. This one digs a little deeper so enjoy the information! Follow Dr. Melanie Joy on Instagram
Episode Twenty Nine - Interview: Meet Melanie Joy of Melanie Joy Astrology
Moon Sister Sessions
Jill met Melanie in the Fall of 2020 when she attended Melanie’s online workshop on the U.S. Presidential Election. Jill loved Melanie’s approach to astrology and wanted the Moon Sister listeners to learn more! Join Jill & Erin as they catch up with the Canada-based astrologer and learn more about her unique approach to astrology which includes chart rectification and Morin’s Method. Learn about her personal journey to becoming a professional astrologer, as well as her take on the epochal shift of Jupiter and Saturn moving into Aquarius, and the Saturn Uranus squares that will make a huge impact the astrology of 2021. For more on Melanie, visit her website: https://www.melaniejoyastrology.com/.
Vegans...we need to talk with Psychologist Melanie Joy
Plant Proof - Evidence based nutrition
In Episode 112 I sit down with Harvard-educated Psychologist and best selling author Melanie Joy to discuss how we form our beliefs about food and how vegans can have healthier, more productive, conversations with non-vegans. An episode that I believe will be highly instructive regardless of the diet that you follow.In this episode we cover:Melanie's personal journey to studying Psychology at Harvard and writing her award winning book "Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows: An Introduction to Carnism" Why our food choices matterThe carnism ideaologyCarnistic defense systems and the three N's: 'Normal, Natural and NecessaryEffective vegan advocacy: how to communicate better as a veganShame vs guiltThe idea of thinking about process vs content when communicating with someone who holds a different opinion to youWhy the debate format sets us up to failHow you can be a part of the solutionWhat a 'vegan ally' isThe idea of watering the right seedsand much moreWhile my episodes usually focus on nutrition science I found this exchange fascinating and believe many of the learnings hold true for our communication in general, whether that be related to food choices and the exploitation of animals or not. My plan is to extend this into a 3-4 part series, with Melanie to return and another high profile vegan activist in the coming months so we can continue exploring this topic together.Resources:The 3 minute video on Carnism created by Melanie and her team Beyond Carnism that I referred to in this conversationConnect with Melanie on Instagram @beyondcarnismCarnism.org websiteMelanie's Book Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows: An Introduction to Carnism, 10th Anniversary EditionThe Vegan Matrix - another book written by Melanie exploring what she believes is a serious problem with the vegan movement: unexamined privilege.Melanie's 2015 TedX Talk Toward Rational, Authentic Food ChoicesMy Book:My book is coming out early 2021 published with Penguin - I cannot wait to share with you. In the lead up the launch I am going to share information about the title, cover, ways to win a copy, live event dates, free e-books etc. Register your email here so I can keep you up to date.Want to support the show?If you are enjoying the Plant Proof podcast a great way to support the show is by leaving a review on the Apple podcast app. It only takes a few minutes and helps more people find the episodes.Simon Hill, Nutritionist, Sports PhysiotherapistCreator of Plantproof.com and host of the Plant Proof PodcastAuthor of The Proof is in the PlantsConnect with me on Instagram and TwitterDownload my two week meal plan