Choose one of the essays (listed below), and write an extended summary of the essay (“they say”) as well as your response to the arguments made (“I say”). You can use additional essays as support for your own ideas, but you should construct your own argument in response to one particular author. If you use quotes, make sure you “sandwich” them, as described in Chapter 3
NICHOLAS CARR, “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” [p. 313]
DAVID ZINCZENKO, “Don’t Blame the Eater” [p. 462]
RADLEY BALKO, “What You Eat Is Your Business” [p. 466]
DAVID H. FREEDMAN, “How Junk Food Can End Obesity” [p. 506]
MICHAEL POLLAN, “Escape from the Western Diet” [p. 420]
MARY MAXFIELD, “Food as Thought: Resisting the Moralization of Eating” [p. 442]
Also, you will want to avoid using first-person pronouns in this essay. If need be, at your Studio appointment, ask your consultant how to avoid using first-person pronouns in an academic essay. I will deduct 2 points for every use of first-person pronoun. Make sure to create the best essay that you can (make sure that the first line of every paragraph is indented; the first letter of every sentence is capitalized; proper names should be capitalized, etc) I will be looking for basic grammar, spelling and essay format.
This essay needs to be 3 pages in length, size 12 and Times New Roman font, and double spaced.
Use this article: DAVID H. FREEDMAN, “How Junk Food Can End Obesity”
Here's the link: https://www.theatlantic.com/ma