• Don't Blame the Eater
    David Zinczenko, In the essay “Don’t Blame the Eater”, fast food restaurants were blamed for childhood obesity. If healthier alternatives are not available the obesity rates in children will increase and all consumers of fast food will suffer health wise. These fast food restaurants provide convenient...
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  • School Stuff
    2nd Quarter Research/Persuasive Essay report Your second quarter project is to choose a topic to write a persuasive essay. It’s important to write persuasive essays because in high school and college, you will be required to write on different topics to show professors your ability to persuade their...
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  • Argumentative Essays About Obesity
    if you want to stick to the obesity argument you might want to think of arguments such as 'should the government be doing more to tackle the problem or is it up to the individual?' or 'How is it people can allow themselves to get that far into bad health(obesity)?' (might be more of a Psychology question...
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  • Fast Food
    Ramandeep Singh Mrs. Vinson October 23, 2012 English 1001 Essay 2 Draft 3 Fast food Obesity is an epidemic that is sweeping over the United States today. It’s affecting both adults and children. With the increase in fast food availability and a decrease in the time most Americans have to prepare...
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  • Childhood Obesity: the Responsibility of Parents
    Childhood Obesity: The Responsibility of Parents Although obesity is a very sensitive topic, it is a pressing issue in modern culture, and it is something we cannot ignore. Who is responsible for the health of America? Is it parents, teachers, or is it the responsibility of fast food marketers to...
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  • Extended Definition of Nature
    PERSUASIVE ESSAY 1. Choose one of the following topics for your essay. * Fast food leads to obesity. * Health insurance should be available for all. * Tanning centers should be banned. * Helmets should be required for all bicycle and motorcycle riders. * Soda pop should...
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  • Fattening Fast Foods
    Argumentative Essay Fattening Fast Foods What makes a person become fat and overweight? Is it really because of fast food restaurant patronage? A fast food restaurant is an eating place that prepares food quickly and offers minimal service to customers. “Every day, nearly one-third of U.S. children...
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  • Obesity is a disease
    July 22, 2013 Persuasive Essay Plague of the 21st Century Obesity is a disease that affects one in three members of the American population. Obesity is when excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it may have an adverse effect on health, leading to reduced life expectancy and/or...
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  • Week 6 Day 7
    not completed in week four the strongest point I believe that has been made in my essay would be; about the calories consumed in just one meal from a fast food place. I believe this is the persuasive point in my whole essay because it shows, with proof and facts in the writing, that the amount of calories...
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  • Persuasive Essay
    Jack Bartlett 5-12-13 Persuasive Essay Junk Food When you are looking you are looking for something to eat what do you look for? Soda, chips, candy, and so on. Many people who are hungry are just looking for food that tastes good, and don’t care if it is healthy or not. Some people may not know...
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  • america
     Persuasive Essay COM\170 May 5 2014 Dr. Gennean Bolen As Americans we strongly believe in having the right to do what we please. After all, this is a free country. So if we want to smoke around our kids, build a fast food diet, or just be plain lazy we can go right ahead...
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  • Advertising and Children
    commercials from fact. Because of their lack of knowledge and experience, young children cannot understand the persuasive intent of advertising and see through schemes used by advertisers. In this essay, I will explain the negative influences of advertising on children and prove why advertising targeting them...
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  • Modest Proposal
    Persuasive Essay- Modest Proposal A Perfect Solution for Perfect Bodies It is no surprise to anyone that obesity is one of the leading problems in America today. According to the American Heart Association, about 1 in 3 children between the ages of 2-19 are overweight and obese. There is a 70 percent...
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  • The Need For Labels
    books, and he also has contributed essays to the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and USA Today. The decision or assumption of the reader thus far, is to believe that Zinczenko will be a definite reliable source considering what he has done in his lifetime. His essay, Don’t Blame the Eater, was published...
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  • Three Factor That Influences in Children’s Food Choices; Familial Changes, Food Packaging, and Advertising
    Childhood obesity is a problem not just in a few countries but worldwide. Overweight or obese children and adolescents have the same medical problems as adults, such as hypertension as well as in psychological problems, such as depression. Furthermore, Anderson & Butcher (2006) stated that increasing...
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  • Mcdonald's Advertisement
    University found that children as young as three years old responded to the fast food chain's familiar logo and packaging, saying that they preferred the taste of food coming out of McDonald's bags to the taste of the same food items emerging from plain paper bags. Scientists studied 63 low-income children...
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  • Hoon Dribng Bad
    safety to wear. I also found from this website http://www.education.com/debate/school-uniforms/ that 74% people support wearing uniform. YEAR 8 Persuasive Essay Practice Topics Should people be allowed to smoke in public? YES NO Yes, there are some places that people should be allowed to smoke...
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  • Fast Food Effect on Chilren
    that need to improve not the advertising from the company’s. The Author’s editorial “Not so happy meals” in the New York Times is not an effective essay due to the lack of support around their main point; which is the scrutiny over the advertising and the way the market to their children. Though this...
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  • Ap Language Summer Assignment
    AP English Summer Assignment Title: Fast Food Nation Author: Eric Schlosser Publication Date: January 17, 2002 Genre: Non-fiction Information about the author: Eric Schlosser was born in Manhattan 1959 but spent majority of his childhood in Los Angeles. He graduated from Princeton with a degree...
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  • Consumerism
    days,’ people ask their kids before buying things so mostly advertises try to involve kids in their ads. So kids can recommend them. According to Persuasive techniques in contemporary advertising by Richard Campbell, Ad agencies and product companies often argue that the main purpose of advertising is...
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