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Human Ecology Review
Taking serious consideration of the engagement of non-animals in human-society often transforms our understanding of human society. Here we offer insights that come from considering the role of non-human animals in the production of human well-being. Drawing on Braverman's critique of the deskilling of labor, we examine the effects of the drive for efficiency in capitalist production on both humans and non-human animals. Non-human animals provide well-being through their role in ecosystemdoi:10.22459/her.22.01.2015.03 fatcat:2y4wpf5o6rbgxp2rkcwsuehg5m