To conclude, many of the most excellent artists, including Eric Schlosser, writer of Fast Food Nation, Mike Pollan, author of, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, and Robert Kenner, producer of the film, Food, Inc., use ethos, pathos, and logos, to prove their viewpoints. Maybe one day, these appeals will be heard and multiple people will start to make more of an effort to eat healthy and the government will pay heed to the safety conditions in the meatpacking factories and if the meat is safe to
Desiree Nielsen, Registered Dietitian and Author of the book, “Un-Junk Your Diet” educates her clients on how to select healthy foods for their families and of course, themselves. However, genetically modified organism is the secret ingredient that aggravates her care goals. Nielsen claims that there evidence to suggest they might cause harm to humans and livestock over time. She thinks that the appropriate safety test for genetically modified food consist of running long-term trials contrasting a population who did not consume GMOs to one that did. Nielsen give her clients food/nutrient advice based on functional role in the human body and the risk versus benefit of consuming them.
Balko continues to discuss the ways to fix the issue such as insurance companies penalizing consumers who make unhealthy food choices and rewarding good ones (468). This forces the community to become responsible
Foer’s article provides a sense of humor as well as personal stories to attempt to persuade his audience for the ethical treatment of animals along with his personal solution for his own health and the health of his family. On a differing take on the solution, “Escape from the Western Diet” by Michael Pollan provides the complete change of our diet and way of life based around cooking and eating meals. however creates a more powerful and logical argument against the “Western Diet” in his article, He uses a combination of his credibility from his publications on health and foods, evidence against the practices of the medical community, along with his solution to the issue of obesity to create an article that draws in audience’s emotions and rationale. Pollan’s strongest points in his article was the use of credibility and his ability to bring logic and reason to most of his points against medical society and the publics solution to obesity. Pollan comes in with a stronger
Not only have these cooking shows involving a timed meal brought entertainment, intensity, and frustration to television, the fast-paced action leads to chefs losing the proper hygiene and could lead to foodborne illnesses when preparing the food. As the audience of the show, the entertainment has led to these hygienic practices being lost behind the action. The food created in the show is made from the freshest ingredients provided by The Food Network. While some of the foods can be exotic at times and may be seen only at fancy restaurants, all of the ingredients needed are
The book Fast Food Nation has timeless quality of cause and will have meaning until the world ends. This book helps point out what the fast food industry is doing and they do not like us knowing their secrets. Not only has this book gotten the word out, but has inspired other to help spread the word by making movies about the dangers of fast food such as “Super-Sized” and “Clerks II” Schosser simply states the old slogan
Many of these ingredients and their derivatives are unknown to the common shopper. Therefore, the food industry must be regulated in order to keep society aware of what they are consuming, allow for a decrease in the dependence of fast food, and to prevent and control current and future health issues tormenting the nation. From fast food to a fast workout, everything in American society is set
It is clear that the three aspects relate closely because they all require a certain degree of brain activity. However, the three aspects are distinct and vary, albeit in an unclear manner. This paper seeks to compare and contrast the differences between critical thinking, reasoned dialogue, and dialectic
The article titled “Why everyone should stop calling immigrant food ‘ethnic’” by Lavanya Ramanathan (2015) delivers stand against ethnic food in American is a proof of culture appropriation. And “Stop thinking and just eat: when ‘food adventuring’ trivializes cultures” article by Ashlie Stevens (2015) centres the thesis on the idea that food trend is a practice that people do not appreciate food with its context. They are published at the Washington Post website and the Guardian website, respectively. Both authors share perspectives that food adventuring is a form of culture appropriation. Even so, Stevens is more persuasive as source of information as she engages in strong use of ethos and has better supporting statements to strengthen her stand.
Bryman (2015) highlighted that this type of design lacked strong internal validity and was hard to clarify the causality of variables. Another was generated from the solidarity model. Bengtson and Roberts (1991) admitted that without long-term longitudinal appraisal, the intergenerational solidarity model heavily relied on the instant imagery. The combination of these two factors consequently led to the absence of accurate explanation. Despite the limitations mentioned above, Lin and Yi briefly presented the background information, delineated the differences existing in these four regions accurately and answered the research questions with sufficient and strong data interpretation.
Food Inc. is an informative and revealing documentary film, aimed to expose the dirty truth of the industrial food industry in America. Directed by Robert Kenner and produced by Michael Pollan, this film informs the American people exactly what they are eating and how it’s affecting them, by painting a more realistic picture of the food industry, than that of an agricultural society. With the use compelling images, such as cattle being raised in grassless, manure infested fields with industrial factories in the background, and stories and interviews from farmers, government officials and victims throughout the film, Food Inc. reveals the horrifying immorality of the food industry, to ignite anger and disgust from the audience toward the unethical
In this particular essay ”Don’t Blame the Eater”, David Zinczenko informs the reader about the hazardous of fast food by using a great balance of argumentation. Through his contention, he demonstrates to his reader that the consumer is not so much at blame the food industry is the genuine offender here. His utilization of inquiries all through the content, alongside personal narrative, imagery, and his tone, Zinczenko has the capacity adequately contend against the control of the food industry. Zinczenko makes inquiries all through the piece to transfer his contentions and aide the peruser to what he accepts to be really genuine. He starts his contention by posing a question to get the peruser contemplating the genuine deficiency of stoutness:
For example, she lists some of the regulations from a food trade organization called Codex Alimentarius, whose purpose is to regulate fair trade both nationally and internationally and ensure the health of consumers. The Codex standards that are stated show that this organization does not follow its purpose, but does the exact opposite. According to natural news.com, “All food (including organic) is to be irradiated, removing all toxic nutrients from food (unless eaten locally and raw.” This is just one of the rules listed; the rest follow in a similar matter. Because farmers have to follow all these specific regulations and procedures, they find themselves paying ridiculous fees to get the “certified organic” label. Thus the greater expense of natural foods.