What Are The Five Goals Of Fast Food Nation

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Each of the five goals at The Country Day School Of The Sacred Heart provides guidance on how to better: the Catholic faith, education, each individual’s social awareness, the Sacred Heart family, and each individual’s choice. One of goal Three’s criteria is, “The school educates to a critical consciousness that leads its total community to analyze and reflect on the values of society and to act for justice”, this means that communities need to reflect on individual and collective choices and decide what best fits the same community. America needs to address the issues, as a community, discussed in the book Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal by Eric Schlosser. After reading the book, one is able to learn and understand that the Fast Food Industry does not better society, but weakens it. Following this criterion, as stated in Goal Three, enables one to seek what’s best for society; this criterion would greatly benefit America because of the goal’s inquire for justice while being conscious of a community as a whole.…show more content…
Notwithstanding, the industry provides affordable food and jobs, these jobs are dangerous and the food is unsafe and disease causing, after reading Fast Food Nation one is able to learn these facts. In the chapter, ‘The Most Dangerous Job’, Schlosser states, “Meatpacking is now the most dangerous job in the United States, The injury rate in a slaughterhouse is about three times higher than the rate in a typical American factory”. Consumers could benefit from Goal Three’s criterion because having a high death rate is not just, or in the best interest of the
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