Write two versions of introduction

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To get started on your essay #2 on The Omnivore's Dilemma (see topics above), I would like you to try writing two different versions of an introduction. Choose your topic, and write an introduction. Then, try to write a different or better introduction for the same topic. These small assignments count towards your final Essay #2 grade.

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Choose a particular chapter or chapters, or a particular thread of inquiry, such as the cattle industry, the poultry industry, the hidden costs of industrial farming, local vs. industrial organic farming, fast food, the ethics of eating animals, the meaning of food in our lives, etc. (topics thanks to Professor Mikolavich).Analyze this topic as Pollan presents it in The Omnivore’s Dilemma and draw upon two reputable outside sources (ideally from the library or library electronic databases) to further develop on this topic. This topic requires two outside sources in addition to The Omnivore's Dilemma. At least half of your essay should draw upon and analyze material from The Omnivore’s Dilemma, such as illustrations of how “the health of these animals is inextricably linked to our own by that web of relationships,” ecological connections and the food chain (81). Your overall analysis needs to be organized like a conventional, unified essay—with an introduction, thesis that ties together your major points, analysis of quotes from the texts, and a conclusion restating and tying up your thesis.

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professoragnes
School: UCLA

Have a look at the attached documents. Feel free to requeste any changes for revisiting.

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Promoting ethics in animals
Every discussion concerning ethics of eating animals requires a starting point that
considers the frequently overlooked distinction illustrating that killing and harming animals from
necessity is immoral and equivalent to killing them for pleasure particularly during hunting
games (Kaldewaij 2015, p. 23). The essay examines the unethical side of killing animals
emanating from the brutal nature of animals death, the impact on the environment and diseases
related to meat consumption. Humans have plentiful sources of food such as wheat, vegetables
and grains, but the act of killing animals to satisfy their diet is a sadistic urge. “Violence done to
save another life has never been analogue violence for profit or pleasure” (Pollan 2006, p.310).
The topic, Steakhouse by Pollan (2006) suggests the need for applying ethics in animals
by focusing on what “it takes to bring the meat on the table or what meat is all ...

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Good stuff. Would use again.

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