I’m studying and need help with a Sociology question to help me learn.
I attached a summary of Chapter 3
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Readings listed below:
Chapter 3: The Development Project: International Framework (McMichael, Philip. 2017. Development and Social Change: A Global Perspective. 6 th Edition. Los Angeles: Sage.) Be sure to get the 6 th edition of the book.
Millstone, Erik and Tim Lang. 2008. The Atlas of Food: Who Eats What, Where, and Why. 2 nd Edition. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
11 Animal Feed (38-9)
12 Animal Diseases (40-1)
13 Agricultural R & D ((42-3)
24 Trade Flows (66-7)
26 Subsidized Trade (70-1)
27 Trade Disputes (72-3)
31 Changing Diets (82-3)
- What are some of the questions being raised about ‘development’ today? Why?
- How can we compare the value of fast food with that of the rain forest? Base this on the readings.
- What is the double movement and how is it expressed in the transitions between the development, globalization, and sustainability projects?
- What were some social and cultural impacts of colonialism, and how may they have informed the struggle for national independence in the colonial world?
- Choose one of the topics for Week 3, 4, or 5 in Millstone and Lang and explain what you see as the most important information conveyed in it.