1. In Sweetness and Power, Sidney Mintz explains that over
the course of its long history sugar has been understood as
a. A food drug.
c. Decorative material.
Quiz 7 (1 point each)
1. According to Wolfgang Schivelbusch, the
introduction of coffee, tea and chocolate
a Made alcohol the king of beverages
b. Deprived alcohol its status as a universal
c. Made alcohol scarce
Written Assignment 3
Assignment Due: Sunday October 23 at 11:55 PM in D2L Dropbox
Foodways Part 2: Commodity Chain Analysis
Option 1) Building off the previous assignment, choose the food or foodword you
analyzed in th
Written Assignment 2
Assignment Due: Sunday October 2 at 11:55 PM in D2L Dropbox
Foodways Part 1: The Routes of Food/Culture: Micro-histories
Cultural anthropologists: Peter Farb and George Armelagos have likened cuisine to a
Quiz 8 (1 point each)
1. In Prodigal Summer, What does Deanna feel
is a mistake of human perception?
B Organized religion.
E None of the Above
Quiz 8 (1 point each)
2. In Prodigal Summer,
Quiz 9 (1 point each)
1. In Like Water for Chocolate, each chapter
A An epigraph.
B A proverb.
C A recipe.
D A piece of candy.
Quiz 9 (1 point each)
2 Tita de la Garzas domain was the kitchen
Advertising lecture 2
Positive Economic Effects of Advertising
Value of Products
Satisfies psychic and symbolic wants and needs
Consumerss. Save time,informs
Business Cycle- help diminish ups and downs in the cycle
Women and Ford Willow Run Plant QUESTIONS
1. What was Willow Run known for? What was its production goal?
The worlds largest plant producing one item (b-24) and its production goal was to create
2. What are women praised for in th
1. Where did prisoners from Dachau work? How did the women treat them?
The prisoners worked in the low niggas bakery, the women talked to them and called them by their
2. When Hitler came to power, almost _ of those who voted
There are many similarities between Arrowsmith by Sinclair Lewis and Song of Solomon
by Toni Morrison. The two authors share a common passion for writing that brings to attention
the assumptions and benefits of life.
Young people, In Our Time
- Compassionate, idealistic, optimistic
Dewey and young people
- Schools are now designed for kids to listen, and not learn
- Wont learn anything or have discipline if they are only memorizing
- Children are most interested with
IN OUR TIME
ON THE QUAI AT SMYRNA
THE STRANGE thing was, he said, how they screamed every night at midnight. I do not know
why they screamed at that time. We were in the harbor and they were all on the pier and at
midnight they started
My name is DanYang Wang. I am junior and major in Advertising. Now I live in
Williams Hall, where is not far from our course place. I want to work in a big
advertising company in the future, but I do not have a specific goal for career
because life is so
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