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food and memory .

food and memory .
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(Spaghetti pasta ) food and memory . It’s 500 words due in 8 hr time . what you just need is to look up to attachment whichs the example of this assignment and follow
the steps that in there . Also read the description carefully .
This Assessment Task relates to the following Learning Outcomes:
Understand how the everyday activities of cooking and eating are interwtwined with broader cultural, political and economic issues
Gain insight into the ways in which the analaysis of food and eating taps into more general sociological concerns incuding: self and the family; mulitcuoturalism and
national idenitity; gender and class; contemporary social movements; moral economies and consumption practices of everyday life
Understand and critically analyse key debates around food security and ecological sustainability in the contemporary context from the perspective of both producers and
consumers of food
Apply and adapt sociological knowlege to real world issus
Enhance their communication and interpersonal skills through oral discussion and written work that focuses on articulating knowledge and transformation in a clear and
concise fashion
Develop problem-solving skills through this unit’s focus on applying and adapting sociological knowledge to real world problems
Reinforce critical analysis and crestive thinking skills through research assignments, class projects and papers
The work : is
Short paper (. In 500-750 words)
This Assessment Task relates to the following Learning Outcomes:
•    Understand how the everyday activities of cooking and eating are interwtwined with broader cultural, political and economic issues
•    Gain insight into the ways in which the analaysis of food and eating taps into more general sociological concerns incuding: self and the family;
mulitcuoturalism and national idenitity; gender and class; contemporary social movements; moral economies and consumption practices of everyday life
•    Understand and critically analyse key debates around food security and ecological sustainability in the contemporary context from the perspective of both
producers and consumers of food
•    Apply and adapt sociological knowlege to real world issus
•    Enhance their communication and interpersonal skills through oral discussion and written work that focuses on articulating knowledge and transformation in a
clear and concise fashion
•    Develop problem-solving skills through this unit’s focus on applying and adapting sociological knowledge to real world problems
•    Reinforce critical analysis and crestive thinking skills through research assignments, class projects and paper
This Assessment Task relates to the following Learning Outcomes:
Understand how the everyday activities of cooking and eating are interwtwined with broader cultural, political and economic issues
Gain insight into the ways in which the analaysis of food and eating taps into more general sociological concerns incuding: self and the family; mulitcuoturalism and
national idenitity; gender and class; contemporary social movements; moral economies and consumption practices of everyday life
Understand and critically analyse key debates around food security and ecological sustainability in the contemporary context from the perspective of both producers and
consumers of food
Apply and adapt sociological knowlege to real world issus
Enhance their communication and interpersonal skills through oral discussion and written work that focuses on articulating knowledge and transformation in a clear and
concise fashion
Develop problem-solving skills through this unit’s focus on applying and adapting sociological knowledge to real world problems
Reinforce critical analysis and crestive thinking skills through research assignments, class projects and papers
Madeleines: We are what we Ate *
Food is more than an amalgam of biochemical nutrients. What we eat has enormous significance as a medium for personal recollection and collective identity.  In this
exercise you are asked to reflect on a food that is especially laden with emotional, autobiographical and symbolic importance to you ¬ – your equivalent of the tiny
cake (Madeleine) that sparked French novelist Marcel Proust’s seven-volume classic, Remembrance of Things Past (1913-1926).
Read the except from Proust (posted on the i-learn site) , then think hard about your own personal Madeleine. It may be anything – from a full meal to a packaged snack
– as long as it is edible. Try to taste it before writing. In 500-750 words, describe your Madeleine and the images, associations and memories it conjures up. These
images do not have to be positive, by the way. Describe, also, how you encountered this memory – for example, by chance or by will. You can also try classifying your
Madeleine:
•    Is it positive, negative, or somewhere in between (bittersweet)?
•    Is it a comfort food or a discomfort food? A medium for conflict or reunion?
•    Is it homemade or commercial?
•    Is it a demographic ‘marker’ of ethnicity, region, generation, gender, religion, or class?
•    Does eating this food make you feel part of a group? Exclude you from other groups?
For further examples of the creative use of food memories:
**Abu-Jaber, Diana 2005. The Language of Baklava. NewYork:  Anchor Books
Avakian, Arlene Voski (ed). 1997. Through The Kitchen Window. Women writers explore the intimate Meanings of Food and Cooking. Boston: Beacon Press
**Sutton, David.  2001. Remembrance of Repasts: An Anthropology of Food and Memory. Oxford: Berg.
*(This exercise has been adapted from Warren Belasco’s  2008. Food: Key Concepts. Berg. p. 26. It is used here as a kind of ‘icebreaker’ for discussion and as a window
onto some themes in the course)
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