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During the Advertising lecture, Dr. Kiepper showed 4 short commercials by 2 poultry companies taking alternative views of
Antibiotic use in chickens
what of the following is not and extrinsic value
The dishonest advertising where the consumer is intentionally mislead using existent chapter option is called ________
the Bait and switch
the advertising persuasive technique of Logos is an appeal to _______
Devillena is originally from _______ and a descendant from _______
peru and inca
what did the lady bring to the new eve party at Juanafra's house in high school that set him on the path of food processing?
many types of canned food
(T orF) is it culturally acceptable to politely refuse food when offered to you by a hispanic person
during the 1930's what food became popular in order to stretch meals as far as possible
from 1970 to 2010 the average american has increased food consumption by ____ calories a day
kelvin showed a video during the Food Fads lecture that showed the power of ______ in the foods we eat
To annouce or praise a product or service in some public medium of communication in order to induce people to buy it or use it
Most product advertisements (especially in the past) focus on _______ values
Today many persuasive advertisements focus on ______ values
Chuck Blare states that Advertisement is the art of ______
arresting human intelligence long enough to get money from it
Pathos is an appeal to _____
Logos is an appeal to
Logic or reason
ethos is an appeal to
character or credibility (ethics or ethical)
The belief that is everyone is doing it then you should too
Emphasizes highly valued beliefs such as patriotism, peace, or freedom
Shows ordinary people using or supporting a product or canidate
Using words with positive or negative connotations to describe a product or that of a competitor
Implying that other competitors engage in some other activity through ones own denial
Average weight of today's chicken
in 2005- 4.2 grams
Information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicized a particular political cause or point of view
In what year did meals become more of a communal activity
1971 what became popular because more women were working outside of the home
Americans went from 2,000 calories a day in 1970 to _____
2,500 calories per day in 2010
you pay more for food than your grandparents did (T or F)
False, US experiencing the longest streak of falling food prices (50 years)
How do people determine which bread is better?
based on lifestyle
Cattle worth dropped from $3,000 to $1,500 bc of ______
falling beef prices
Decrease in food prices results in ______
higher production costs for livestock growers (lower demand)
the 2011 study asked what is the top reason why people buy locally grown food in the grocery store
Population is increasing but canned good consumption is decreasing.... What could be the cause?
farming began to boom in the 80s creating a surplus
If people are wanting fresh greens, how do we accommodate them?
US is producing too many canned goods so we import fresh greens from outside the US
What changed because we went to fresh vegetables
market changed based on consumer demand
The air, water, minerals, organisms, and all other external factors surrounding and affecting a given organism at any time
The dust bowl occurred when
what was big in 1950
What in 1962 helped launch the environmental awareness in the US?
The recognition that humans are active participants in ecosystems and possess the power to help or hurt the environment around them
What first lead to the EPA?
Cuyahoga River Fire
January 1, 1970 what happened
Nixon signed the NEPA
What is the EPA mission
to protect the human health by safeguarding the air, water, and land
What EPA reigon are we in Georgia?
region 4 in atlanta
What is the state level environmental regulatory entity that works with the EPA
Georgia environmental protection division (GAEPD)
What is the first environmental law in the US
The clean air act 1970
What day is Earth Day
April 22, 1970
Basic structure for regulating discharges of pollution into the waters of the US
Clean water act 1972
The depletion of oxygen in a body of water which leads to aquatic death
What causes eutrophication
excess nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) in the water
where is commercial fertilizer applied
Who is getting blamed for the pollution getting dumped into water?
Agriculture/ chicken plants
What is the main key to a stable society
Adequate amount of food
Early people understand the importance of connecting poor food with religion by what ________
will of the gods
what is the world's largest religion?
how many people follow christianity
involves eating bread and drinking wine to represent the body of blood of Jesus Christ
What is the second largest religion?
how many people follow islam?
Denoting or relating to meat prepared as prescribed by muslim law
Rules for Islam
no pork, blood, alcohol, fast, food must be prayed over
approximately ______ people are not religious
1 billion people
what is the world's 3 largest religion
where is the largest population of Buddhism followers
What is ahimsa?
avoid all foods related to processes where harm was done
In Judaism, ______ permits only animals species which both "chew the cud" and have cloven hooves
ex: kosher meat
Concerns with the principles of right and wrongs behavior and the goodness or badness of human character
can only eat fish
who eats mostly veggie diet but occasionally eat meat
don't eat met only eggs or dairy products
don't eat anything having to do with animals
not eating anything cooked above a certain temperature
unprocessed vegan foods and occasionally fish
What song talks about spaghetti and not feelings bad about eating it?
Everything's just wonderful
attempt to convert someone from one religion or belief to another
meat eaters are _____ as likely as vegetarians to develop heart disease
vegetarians and vegans live on average ___________ years longer than meat eaters
go green saves _________ waters
Food is becoming the ________
new moral code
the practice of cultivating, processing, and distributing food in or around a village, town or city
vegetable, fruit, and herb gardens planted at private residences and public parks
taking advantage of existing urban areas for conversion to traditional agriculture methods
productive agriculture does not have to be ________
bringing new agricultural technologies into the urban environment
medium tech urban agriculture
examples of Medium tech urban agricultue
hydroponics or aquaponics
Productive agriculture does not always need _______
soil (nutrient delivery)
incorporating innoative agriculture technologies into the planning phase of urban development
high tech urban agriculture
large scale production agriculture isn't limited to ________
where does atlanta get its water?
Tri state water wars (GA, AL, FL)
How much did it cost to make a chicken coop?
After 2 years how much is an egg cost?
40 cents per eg or $4.82 per dozen
Do we need a closure around a chicken coop?
Archeologists believe that it was _____ of early humans that was a key to us becoming the alpha species on planet earth
Non selective omnivores
This early human eating habit led to an abundant access to _____ which was also a key in our development
why are your eyes on the front of your head?
because it proceeds a binocular field of vision
why don't we eat dogs or horses?
because we use them as pets
National dishes of Kazakhstan come from what animals
what famous atlanta food based product was created within the drug store?
who is the founder of wendy's (guy holding trophy)
What does the board mean in room and board?
something to eat
why was there coke machines in the pharmacy?
so people will have something to wash their pills down with
In food inc, some farmers are embroiled in a conflict with Monsanto over Round up ready ______
This image was used in food inc to project a _________ view of modern agricultural practices
One of the main message food inc continually emphasizes is that large food and agriculture companies
are constantly colluding to hide the truth about food from the consumer
What book is credited with beginning the environmental awareness movement in the US?
What event took place in the US in the late 1960s that was a tipping point in environmental awareness?
The Cuyahoga River fire
The first major federal legislative environmental act passed after the formation of the USEPA addressed _______ pollution
_________ is the world's largest religion with approximately ______% of the human population that follows
christianity and 32 percent
which religion includes the preparation of the meat following the Halal practices
which religion is associated with Ahisma
affiliation, self acceptance, benevolence, community feelings, universalism
image, power, achievement, financial success, conformity
where did devillenan learn english at
university of minnesota
how long did it take devillenan to learn english?
what percent of the globe considers themselves non religious?
What terms describe the non religious people
atheist, going to hell in a hand basket, unaffiliated, agnostic
what is an important food for the aztecs?
The book Silent spring helped ease the ban of pesticide ___________
the clean air act was the first law in the united states to include a provision for _________
The basis of the clean water act was originally called
Federal water pollution act 1948
Green peace invented ________
examples of low tech agriculture
farmer markets and community gardens
examples of high tech agriculture
What is the main source of water in metro atlanta
3 ingredients in Kiepper chinese soup
chicken liver, brain, and solid blood
what did devilleanan create?
washing and disinfecting machine for chives
How much land does it take to feed a person for a year?
how much do we eat is carbohydrates?
how much do we eat is fat?
how much do we eat is protein?
What percent of lower 48 state average is needed?
what part of the united states has the most average?
where is the most population in America?
how much farm acres are lost per minute in the United States?
_____ out of every americans live in 4 states?
1 out of 3
what 4 states do most people live in?
new york, california, texas, florida
do food and fuel prices affect each other?
yes if one increases then the other increases
in 2000 what percent of corn crop went to feed people and livestock?
in 2013 what percent of corn crop went to feed people and live stock
45% to livestock and 15% was used for food
76,562 square miles of corn used to produce _____ in the US
how much corn is needed to run for 20,000 miles?
29.4 acres of corn
how much corn is needed for the whole country
9.22 square miles
What is the EPA
protect americans form risks to human health risks to the environment
what is NAFTA
agreement signed by canada, mexico, and US creating a trilateral rules based on trade block in north america
what is a unit of measurement of colonial times
packing it in a hog's head
what was the Souther first major cash crop
you can't be sure about anything
what book foretold billions of deaths from starvation and the collapse of civilization?
the population bomb by paul ehrlich
medicine that inhabits the growth or destroy microorganisms
a regulatory substance produced in organism transported in tissue fluids such as blood or sap to stimulate specific cells or tissues
hormones in plants or animals
who is attributed to the beginning of the Green Revolution
what it the Green Revolution?
Development and spread of technology, plant varieties and agricultural practices between 1940-60
green revolution focuses on
high yield and high nutrient varieties
what are the top 3 gains produced globally
corn, rice, wheat
agriculture concerns the production of food and non food crops (T or F)
Culture is made up of
all of the above
not receiving the proper micronutrients on a daily basis
not receiving enough calories on a daily basis
what dance did we learn in the class?
the mash potatoe
a population replacement of ____ is needed to maintain a stable population
2 to 1
Earth/apple is used for farm land?
1/32 of the apple
what does the peel of the apple represent?
top soil food is grown on
The success of scientific advances produced put increased emphasis and resources in combining _______ & _________
agriculture and science
are there antibiotics in the meat?
banning AGPs has not produced an improvement in the MRSA cases (t or f)
what year was GPAs banned?
which sickness do physicians give people unnecessary antibiotics?
what is rBST?
a protein hormone produced in cows to simulate milk production
Walmart will only see milk from non-BST treated cows?
what are herbicides
substance that kills plants while leaving the desired crop unharmed
what is pesticides?
substances meant for destroying any pest
nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium
calcium, sulfer, and magnesium
copper, iron, zinc
a chemical or natural substance added to soil to increase its _________
Without nitrogen and phosphorous, then no growth of plant and animal life
What happens if there is excess nutrients
what did we use before synthetic fertilizer?
new land, animal & human waste
Are all agricultural plants and animals genetically selected?
Am I a product of genetic selection?
Study linked GMOS to what?
golden rice: produce vitamin A
increase shelf life
non browning arctic apples: less oxidase
allows pig to use organic phosphorous
avian influenza resistant chicken
birds get disease but cannot pass it on
allows salmon to grow all year round
what pathogen affects the most of people
what changes in culture has lead to an increase in food borne illness contacted in the home?
loss of ability to cook & clean, increase number of pets, large portion sizes, increased consumption of fresh fruits
what percent of chicken is sold live in India?
children under 5 account for almost ______ of deaths
5 factors identified by who that contribute to food illness
lack of hygiene, temperature during storage, improper cooking procedure, acquiring food from unsafe sources
eccoli outbreak in 1997 in the US found that ____ of hamburger were prepared and eaten at home
how much is the US national debt
20 trillion dollars
how much personal debt per us citizen
us government borrows approximately _______ ever dollar it spends
what store is one of the biggest beneficiaries of food stamps?
covers a number of diverse and unrelated topic bills
what are the long term federal effects to increase agricultural production?
homestead act, moral act, smith lever act
what was the first farm bill
agricultural adjustment act 1933
who signed the new deal
what does the agricultural adjustment act focus on
storable and non perishable grains, farmer subsidies
the culture shift: stabilizing US ag happened during gteh
a governmental payment made to farmers to manage the supply of agricultural commodities, and influence the cost and supply
1973: get big or get out /food stamps
phase out supply management; work towards yield maximization
what positive affects does food subsides have on world agriculture?
support other business, need to feed growing population, protects the environment, food stability
2008 farm bill
still contained long-troublesome farm bill policy of farm subsidies
what crisis happened in the 1970s
1996 freedom to farm
dropped plan to end subsides
2014 farm bill
the end to farm subsides and snap cuts; 956 billion over 10 years
the new farm bill sets spending to be mostly on ?
what two type of work requirements does
general and stringent requirement
where is the participation of snap the highest at?
what % of people who use snap are citizens
Snap approval is based on
household size, expenses, and income
when did food stamps begin?
maximum snap benefit is based on
thrifty food plan
average benefit of snap for 1 is
tobacco quickly became the key trade good for ______
american colonies back to england
Georgia's modern tobacco crop makes up of only _______ of Georgias row and footage crops
Row & forage crops
The south's 2 cash crop
cotton doesnt become the king crop until the invention of _____
cotton gin (eli whitney) 1800
"if you cannot feed a hundred people then just feed one"
There is no problem with america's food system. its NOT how much food we make. its how much food we end up throwing away
what percent of food in this country will never make it to a table
what percent of food goes into landfills
what percent of fruit and dairy products is wasted
30 & 20
what year was the bill emerson act passed
US law requires only ___ food to have an expiration date
what food is the only one that has to have an expiration date?
which countries have the most annual food waste?
North America and Europe
what is the bill emerson act
encourages food donation to non profit organization by minimizing liability
our parents looked at food as a ____, we see it as a ______
how many people in america are food insecure
define food insecure
the state of being without reliable access to sufficient quantity of affordable nutritious food
what percentage of households are food insecure?
what percentage of households experienced very low food security
4.2 million american live in ________
what is the most prevalent form of malnutrition world wide
US census bureau places the nations poverty rate at ______
the world bank updated the international poverty line to _______ a day
what percentage of cotton makes up Georgia row and forages
cotton is ranked number _____ in georgia ag commodities
Georgia is ranked _____ in the nation in cotton production
what is an important seasonal cash crop in southwest ga
what is the watermelon capital of the world
to be marked vidalia onion, the crop must originate in _____
20-country region in south central ga
top ten peanut producing states
fl, ga, al, mississippi, NC, SC, texas, virgina, new mexico, okalahoma
what is ga number 1 crop
in response to ga cotton loss, ga got ________
whose mother owned a feed mill in gainsville
what business did jewel start?
culture plays a much more significant role in the difference between humans than genetics
1798 thomas malthus wrote an essay warning of the dangers of
overpopulation of the globe
about ____ years ago humans began _____ which scientist believe was the first conscious cultural act
2 million and tool making
early human also developed through _______ using intellectual and social skills
where is the fertile crescent located
homo sapiens sapiens
in the US today, it take approximately ________ to feed one person
globally over the last decade, farmland increased in _________
africa and south america
The food vs fuel debate in the US is focused on ______
according to the CDC our food in the US in 2012 was _______ than in 1999
nafta is a trade agreement between who?
US, Canada, Mexico
a tariff is a tax place on _____ goods, and is used to help give an _____ to domestic production
imported and avantage
Rules that restrict nuisance suits if a fair operation is located in an agricultural area are known as_______
right to farm
50% of the american diet is ____________
One Hectare is equal to how many acres?
What has been stable over the last 100 years in the US?
number of acres farmed
An acre is the size of a _______
The land-grant college act is also known as ______
advantages of farming lifestyle and nomadic lifestyle did not include__________
Homo sapiens sapiens means
early hominid males most often took on the dangers of taks of hunting and defense because
they were expendable
most scientist believe that agriculture started in what is known as the fertile crescent. where is it located?
what is not a characteristic of early emerging hominids?
male dominated and small families
early human also developed through ____, using intellectual and social skills
Seperatation of prehistory & history occurred _____ with the ______
5,000/ invention of writing
________ years ago humans began _____ which was the first conscious cultural act
2 million/ tool making
What are the top 3 cereal grains?
corn, rice, wheat
the human population of earth recently passed the _____ mark
average size of a farm is _____
what company is the largest family owned private employer?
most of the small farms are in the _______
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