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First Year Writing

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First Year Writing POLS 1337

Julia Taboh
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Professor Eckelman
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Date Created: 01/13/16
  Source Food, Inc. “Why chicken doesn’t taste like chicken anymore” Schatzker Main argument The video talks largely about how the  The genetic mutation of chickens has  food industry is controlled by money  changed the flavor of said animal. Due grubbing companies. Animals are fed the  to fear of the fall of chicken sales in  wrong food because it is more available  the 1940s, a call was made to make  and much cheaper for the companies.  bigger, better chicken that costs less  Animal diets and anatomical structure is  and was healthy. changed in order for the companies to  make more profit.  Key terms Chicken, modified, profit, diet change Affordability, modified, diet change Evidence Chickens are one of the primary focuses in The chickens’ diet was changed to  the film when the manipulation of animals contain mainly vitamins and nutrients  is mentioned. The chickens are  that would benefit the chickens. The  structurally modified to have bigger  nutrient heavy diet lacked the  breasts because white meat is in high  components of the chickens’ natural  demand and the company profits much  diet that gave the chickens the flavor  from the sales. they once had.  Possible counterarguments It is easier to produce “quality” chickens  The chickens are getting a nutritious  in mass numbers, and they are more  diet that keeps them healthy and can  satisfying.  prevent certain diseases. My reaction Bigger is not always better, especially not  The altered chicken diet doesn’t have  in this case. The chickens are not as  all the nutrients and flavor that the  healthy as chickens that are not modified,  chickens’ natural diet has.  and they have a shorter life expectancy. Connection to other arguments Like  Schatzker’s article, the Much like the film, this article  documentary talks about how the mentions the emphasis put on the size  chickens’ diet has been changed and how the chickens have been modified to of the chicken breasts and the  affordability of the chickens.  be bigger and have bigger breasts.


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