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SYG2010 Social Problem

Please answer all three of the following question prompts in paragraph formation. Be sure to write in complete sentences. You should cite (using proper MLA citation) from at least one of the assigned readings or videos provided in Module 6’s Learning Assignments, at least two times for each question prompt (i.e. that's at least two parenthetical citations in each of the three prompts). Your answers should be betweeength for each question prompt. When you are finished, please submit your answers as one Word or PDF document before the deadline posted on the course schedule. How are our food choices a product of not just our individual preferences, but also economics, class, and gender? Is it possible to change your own relationship to food (and how/how not or why/why not)? How do food practices (i.e. the very food we grow, buy/sell, and eat) represent the tangled web of relations between corporations, individual consumption, environmental concerns, and healthcare? What is the relationship between the Western diet and chronic illness? It could be said that we no longer "raise" cows or chickens, but rather, "we produce food". How has "farming" changed? Why are supermarket products so misleading --and why is unhealthy food less expensive? What social problem do the general ideas of Michael Pollan make a claim for? Do the videos featuring him provide a more objective or subjective approach to the problem they claim? How and/or why? Please explain your answer and then briefly describe the extent to which you believe it does (or does not) follow the natural history of the social problems process (as discussed in Module 1) and why (or why not).

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