TOPIC Attitudes Towards Genetically Modified Organism
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Attitudes Towards Genetically Modified Organisms is a viable and important topic to research. As people demand more food the food does not get any bigger naturally so the answer is to genetically modify it. As people want fresh foods out of season the demands find a way to have a supply and that supply ends up being genetically modified crops. When animals and bugs will not stop eating crops genetic modification seems to be the answer. There are many reasons why GMO's were created and there are also many reasons that people feel skeptical about eating them. Many things come to mind like, are they safe to consume? Are they just as healthy as organic foods? It is imperative that people get these answers and choose what attitude they have towards GMO's when presented the correct information.
NO MISSING INFO USE TOPIC AND DO THE BELOW
1. Identify at least ten secondary academic sources and compile them into an annotated bibliography, using A P A
Make sure that each annotation includes the following criteria.
- Author(s) qualifications
- Main purpose or argument or point of view
- Methods used, key conclusions or findings, and basis in evidence and/or logic
- Relationship to other works
- Primary Audience
- Summary Content
2. Identify and describe three key ideas that have emerged from your research.
As you review your sources, compare and contrast their ideas and topics. Identify three themes that have emerged from your annotated bibliography. Briefly describe these (suggested length is a paragraph for each idea). Summarize how what you learned refined your research question and/or justifies the need for your proposed research. The summary and three themes will be the foundation for the literature review that you will write for your final research proposal.
Azadi, H., & Ho, P. (2010). Genetically modified and organic crops in developing countries: A review of options for food... View the full answer