lecture 9 - hunger - Hunger 1. What is hunger? a. A...

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Hunger 1. What is hunger? a. A continued deprivation of sufficient food to support a healthy life (World food day packet, 1987) b. Intake of food either low in quantity, or of the wrong kind, or both c. Severe food insecurity, a problem of limited access to adequate food in abundant society 2. How serious is the problem? a. According to world food council, almost one billion people are hungry in the world b. Approximately 250 million children face hunger on a daily basis c. Hunger kills 24,000 – 30,000 every day 3. Why hunger? a. Ecological complex (Poet model), by O. D. Duncan b. Components of poet model i. Population ii. Organization– overuse of organization – kids suspended for plastic knives, scissors, being hyper, etc. Ridiculousness. iii. Environments iv. Technology - overuse of technology – laptops, microphones, everything v. Production, distribution, access of food hunger 4. POET model and hunger a. Organization i. Politics of hunger 1. Government policies 2.
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