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Task 2 (Cause-effect).  Why is fast-food so popular in the UAE? What are  some of the implications for society?  Fast-food and the UAE: Essay Outline Introduction: Past: people used to eat. .. Present:  what people eat now Topic/Thesis: this change has had many effects. Causes: Topic/Thesis: There are many reasons for. .. Causes (3) Lifestyle many people working, no time  women working    Money Many young people with money    Modern life try new things  advertising  Effects: Topic/Thesis: This change has serious effects Effects  (3) Health Obesity  Diabetes, high blood pressure  less productive  women working  Family Families not eating together, talking    Economy Waste of money  Money goes outside UAE  Conclu sion: Topic/Thesis: Fast food is quick and tasty, but has effects Future:  People should choose carefully what they eat Cause-effect model answer
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Why is fast-food so popular in the UAE? What are some of the implications for society? Fast-food and the UAE Past: In the past people in the UAE used to eat healthy, freshly prepared food with their families in the home. Present: Today however, many people, particularly young people, prefer to eat fast food such as hamburgers, fried chicken, shawarma, or pizza. TOPIC SENTENCE: There are many reasons why this change has occurred, and fast-food also has some serious effects on individuals and society. Causes Topic Sentence:
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2011 for the course MGT 403 taught by Professor Kevin during the Spring '11 term at Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani - Hyderabad.

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