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Topic: Describe Food Culture in Amercia: Health Effects of GMO
Here is the prompt for my essay
-Select an issue related to ‘food culture` and present a specific, debatable argument (it should be possible for readers to disagree with your claim). You are welcome to use claims of value, cause/effect, or policy (problem/solution).
-Potential topics include the fast food industry, childhood obesity, corn and/or high fructose corn syrup, organic food, biotechnology, the cattle industry, etc. Make sure that your topic falls under ‘food culture` and not some other issue category (such as women and body image, for example). If you have any doubts about your topic being related to ‘food culture,` please check with me.
In order to earn a C or above, your essay should include:
• a minimum of 5 FULL double-spaced pages (not 4 and ½, or even 4 and ¾. Every available line should be used) Do not include a cover page.
• 12-point Times New Roman font and 1” margins. See sample student paper used for peer review training.
• an introduction that sets up your argument about the article
• a thesis that makes a specific, debatable claim about the ‘food culture` topic you have selected.
• effectively organized paragraphs with strong topic sentences and transitions
• References to or examples from four Fullerton College database articles (can be summaries or paraphrases in your own words and sentence structure, or brief, correctly integrated direct quotations).
• Proper MLA page headers
• Proper MLA in-text citations for all paraphrases and direct quotations
• a conclusion that does not merely restate your thesis but that leaves the reader with further ‘food for thought.`
• a works cited page in correct MLA format (which does NOT count towards your page minimum).
• Clear argument or position on the ‘food culture` issue you have chosen.
• Demonstrated understanding of analyzing texts, strategies of persuasion, and composing arguments.
• Demonstrated understanding of finding and evaluating sources.
• Effective essay structure
• Clear and precise sentence-level rhetoric (grammar and structure)
Tips and Reminders:
• Your method of development will vary depending on which essay topic you choose.
• See “At a Glance” on page 67 and “Strategies of Arrangement” on page 68 (both in Ch. 3) for basic organization options.
• Be sure to back up your comments with specific details from a text we`ve discussed in class and from your Internet research. In other words, support what you are saying with paraphrases, and quotes from the texts. You will want to consult the information presented in Chapter 7 on “Avoiding Plagiarism and Documenting Sources,” as well as the MLA handout distributed in class.
For the fullerton college database, here is the link
you have to go to database section and use EBSCOhost, Gale Oppsoing, Gale Virtual Reference, or JSTOR. But I think it is good to use EBSCOhost.
Name: Institution: Course: Date: Health Effects of GMO Issues surrounding GMO have sparked hot debates across the globe with its proponents citing disturbing facts they purport to be caused by GMOs. Several decades ago GMO foods were introduced and approved as a safe alternative to supplement human food. The US is one of the countries that have allowed production and consumption of GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms). Since its introduction a few decades ago, there has been heated public debates about the potential dangers harbored by GMOs. GMOs were introduced to modify some plant species to be more tolerant to adverse climatic conditions and produce higher yields. Genetic engineers aimed at supplementing traditional crop production to sustain the ever-increasing human population. Several types of research have been conducted to ascertain if they are safe for human consumption and they have had conflicting results that have stormed the scientific community. American Medical Association and World Health Organization have concluded that GMOs are safe for human consumption but still many people oppose and have continuously challenged the adoption of GMOs as an alternative source of food for humans. GMO offers a practical solution to food security by engineering solutions that can withstand adverse climatic conditions while producing higher yieldsCITATION GMO14 l 1033 (GMOs: A Solution Or A Problem?, 2014). In this research article, critical analysis of GMOs and thei...