Fast Food Nation

Fast Food Nation

There is a purpose to everything literature, speeches, advertisements, even regular conversations with friends. In “Fast food nation” Schlosser critical approach of the working conditions generated by the meat packing industry does not offer solution for change. Schlosser should not be responsible for providing a solution to the critical work conditions of the meat packing industries. Schlosser wanted to make readers think about this and how much of a problem these working conditions are. He wanted readers to be angry and aware of these conditions and all the injuries that these workers face. Schlosser is using Ethos in this chapter because he wants you to care. ...

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and or some type government official go in and inspect randomly to watch production throughout the day. This would keep the supervisors in check and keep the production line slow enough that workers can still be productive, but also safe.
In 2005, Eric Schlosser upset stomachs around the globe with his expose of the fast food industry, “Fast Food Nation.” Schlosser's work was instantly controversial, a perfect topic of debate in a world at odds over food production, nutrition production and animal rights. Schlosser's investigation, which many claimed to provide evidence that beef producers and hamburger makers were out to destroy mankind, was almost immediately compared to Upton Sinclair's, “The Jungle.” Among other atrocities, Sinclair's book outlines some of the more unsanitary practices of Chicago's early meatpacking industry.
Yet in the very intent of the two books lies an observation that makes them very, very different. Schlosser's overall concept was to expose ...

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Added: 4/19/2011 12:49:07 AM
Submitted By: missmika
Category: English
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