Asked by: Wiebke Quercioli
asked in category: General Last Updated: 21st January, 2020

What is the topic or central idea of Schlosser's paragraph?

Schlosser's purpose for writing the novel is to raise awareness about the impact and consequences of fast food industries on society. The purpose of the novel is achieved by the author's use of personal stories, and by relating fast food to various aspects of society.

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Also, what is Schlosser's overall purpose in writing this selection?

The purpose of Fast Food Nation was to inform people of the things that go on behind the counter of your favorite fast food restaurant. It talks about the beef production, the way things are cooked, and the way that the employees are treated.

Subsequently, question is, why was Fast Food Nation written? It was an investigative piece about illegal immigrants, the transformation of California agriculture, the exploitation of poor migrant workers. We want you to write an investigative piece about the fast food industry. And we want you to call it 'Fast Food Nation. '"

One may also ask, what is the main idea of Fast Food Nation?

Themes. The primary theme running through this exposé of the fast food industry concerns health issues caused by inadequate or tainted food. The United States now has one of the highest rates of obesity in the world, mostly because of the eating habits of Americans who are attracted to fast food restaurants.

What is Eric Schlosser's favorite meal?

Eric still eats meat. His favorite meal is a cheeseburger, fries, and chocolate shake.

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