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Date Created: 09/09/15
Geog 271 Spring 2007 Thursday 26 h April MidTerm Review session The best way to direct your review for the midterm exam is to focus on the key concepts that are highlighted each week in lecture developing your understanding of them through the readings The key questions provided in lecture are also intended to guide you 1 The key concepts In pairs or small groups list the key concepts for weeks 1 74 Try to de ne these in your own words Which concepts are still unclear to you Discuss these together using the readings and lecture notes to clarify them Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Food and the Body Eating In Food and the Eating My Identity Food Part 1 Thinking Food Family and the Construction of Nationally Community Michael Pollan s reading on The Industrialization of Food Are there any concepts you want to cover as a class Have one member of your group come to the front of the lecture theatre and note these down on the lecture overhead using the pens available Ifwe have time we will ask students to cover these in the last 1015 minutes of our review session 2 Practice questions The exam will consist ofbetween 30 and 35 multiple choice questions very similar to the ones listed below Each question is based on a key concept from the course one of the readings or the lecture film material In the exam you should choose the M answer based on the information provided to you in this class Please teed each question carefully and completely befbte answering Here are a couple of exaInples of the kinds of question you can expect Use your reading packet and lecture notes to answer these questions in your small groups pairs STRUCTURATION THEORY is useful because a it shows how the gender division oflabor works in the household b it is a key element in undersmnding the Panopticon c it reveals the interplay between individual action and intention and social structures and processes 1 it reveals the role ofpoverty in shaping eating disorders 2 Marx s concept of REPRODUCTIVE LABOR a refers to minimum wage work that does not support the needs ofa family b is work that is biologically determined c refers to childbearing d includes cooking and serving food at home 3 The MOST significant change in American cookbooks over the last 100 years has been a the increase in chicken and salad recipes b the increased use ofprocessed foods and ingredients c the increase in the number and complexity of the recipes d the incorporation of the ideal of ecological eating 4 The Nuclear Family a may be exemplified by The Simpsons yes thafs Homer Bart Marge W the family norm of two heterosexual parents and an average of 273 children b is a family household in which for example one parent is absent or a same sex couple live c as defined by Bell and Valentine this is a family affected by household radiation in the era of the microwave and the consumption of highly processed foods d none of the above 5 According to Lisa Heldke in Let s Cooe Tbaz39 CULTURAL FOOD COLONIALISM in ethnic cooking and eating is defined as eating reflexively the food adventurer s quest for the exotic and novel LE 3 the lack ofgenuine collaboration between cookbook authors and recipe providers d a and c e b and c 6 BANAL NATIONALISM a reveals the growth of antiipatriotism within a country b is the construction of the nation through military force and religion c is the everyday and commonplace construction of and connection to a nation This may be expressed through websites or cookbooks d is the construction of the nation through marginalized groups 7 ln Greg Critser s article Let Them EatFat on obesity in the US one of the main parts of the CULTURAL APPARATUS he critiques is a the entertainment industry as part of the toxic food environment b the high school educational system as part of the toxic food environment c the family as part of the toxic food environment d the fast food restaurant industry as part of the toxic food environment 8 ln Nguyen s flailing Buddab x Dinner the author describes a the cultural food colonialism inherent in Vietnamese dining b the rise ofAsian fast food in the US c the ways in which US international food policies have affected Vietnamese agriculture d the experience of eating as a guest in an All American home e the modern trend to separate food from religious practice 9 Which of the following most accurately describes Lisa Heldke s discussion of the term CULTURAL FOOD COLONIALISM a The desire to eat foods of once economically dominated cultures now deemed exotic as a form of exploration b When food companies coiopt ethnic foods such as tacos at Taco Bell for profit c The spread of US food types such as McDonalds and their associated values of capitalism and convenience around the world d The spread of European foods to the New World e Economic structures that force exicolonies and countries of the Global South to produce cheap raw food inputs such as coffee on land once used to grow indigenous crops 10 The Naylor Curve a graphs the consolidation ofAmerican farms b demonstrates the growth of farm efficiency since the 1950s c explains why farmers continue to plant more corn as prices continue to drop d none of the above 11 Food companies address the problem ofinelastic demand through a spending millions on food advertising b printing nutritional information on food packaging and labels 0 expanding portion sizes 1 a and c e a and b 12 Earl Butz changed the economics ofAmerican agriculture a by urging farmers to produce more corn and letting its price fall b by urging farmers to diversify their production to feed a hungry world 0 by instituting direct payments to farmers when the prices for corn and other grains fell below the costs ofproduction d a and b e a and c 13 Which of the following are examples of reproductive labor a Wage work b Cooking and buying groceries c Mowing the lawn and doing the laundry d a and b e b and c 14 What were key contributions of the 1950s in constructing the ideals of homeicooking in America a Equating home cooking with love and faInily b The importance of the environmental movement c Deskilling cooking through the increasing use ofprocessed foods d a and c e b and c Ln The article by Dodson and Gilkes focuses most on how the Govgpele39rd a shows the importance ofChristianity in the American homeicooked meal b is an important part of Southern cooking and Sunday dinners after church services c cements JudeoiChristian traditions with African spirituality and a sense oflove and hospimlity d remains an impormnt part of religious ritual in contemporary South America 16 Which of the following is the BEST example ofa TOXIC FOOD ENVIRONMENT a Lisa TillmaniHealy s struggles with bulimia which begin when she s 15 years old b The culture of thinness model for women which predominates in American society 0 Revealing that poverty sexual abuse racism and sexism shape eating problems among a diverse group ofAmerican women 1 Large amounts of cheap high fat sugariladen processed foods that are available everywhere all the time in a sedentary society Still stuck on one or two questions 0 Review your notes in detail 7 this will be very useful in the exam as you ll see many of these ideas there 0 Draw on your peers in class for missed lecture notes and help understanding some of the readings We ll send out the answers via email on Saturday morning GOOD LUCK


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