Collaborative Research Topic
True Spirit of Organics
Finding and Link Lisa Turner. "true spirit of organics. " Better Nutrition 1 Sep. 2007: 50-54. Research Library. ProQuest. 23 Oct. 2007 <http://www.proquest.com/>
POV/Source The author appears to be mostly neutral, yet seems to advocate organics to some level.
Summary Critics point out that the spirit of organics includes a philosophy of food production that promotes ethical treatment of workers and livestock, emphasizes locally grown produce (thereby reducing the amount of fuel required for transportation), and supports small farms. While national organic standards include provisions that ensure humane treatment of animals, animal treatment is not the organic industry's primary focus, says Mary Chestnut, director of outreach for the Humane Farm Animal Care program in Herndon, Va.
Your Name E Farris
Topic: Organic Foods
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Sports Nurtrition for Vegetarian Athlets
Finding and Link: (Weber, Sabine. "Sports Nutrition for Vegetarian Athletes." Nutrition. 2003. Adirondack Sports and Fitness. 23 Oct 2007 <http:/ /www.adksportsfitness.com/august2003/columns/nutrition.html>.)
POV of source: This article is neutral and supplies athletes with the information about what is needed for a vegetarian athlete. Summary/Reconstruction: It talks about the energy, protein, mineral, and vitamin needs. It also tells the benefits of being a vegetarian athlete. Your name Dustin Lehman 10:34, 22 October 2007 (PDT) Article Link
Finding and Link: Kevin Clarke. "Sold out? " U.S. Catholic 1 Aug. 2006: 38. Research Library. ProQuest. Foley Library. 23 Oct. 2007 <http://www.proquest.com/> POV of Source: The article seems fairly neutral. He offers arguments both for and against organic foods. Summary/Reconstruction: The author discusses that by going mainstream the organic market may be spoiled. He discusses how much of America's organic food is from overseas and may not be that good for the enviroment. He also looks at the positive aspects of organic foods, mainly the reduction of pesticides, etc. Though it was from the periodical U.S. Catholic, it offers no information about organic foods in reference to catholicism. Your Name: Lhunter 23:51, 22 October 2007 (PDT)
Vegetarianism in a Nutshell
Finding and Link: ("Vegetarianism in a Nutshell." The Vegetarian Resource Group. 23 Oct. 2007 <http://www.vrg.org/nutshell/nutshell.htm>.) POV of Source: The group aims at educating people about being a vegetarian. This particular link seems to focus on facts rather than opinions. Summary/Reconstruction: This article is very helpful when explaining the definition of what it means to be a vegetarian or vegan. It discusses the change it takes to become a vegetarian, nutrition requirements for adults and children, and gives a variety of recipes. It also provides literature for further research, teaching resources, and things you can substitute for meat. Your Name: Alex Gatley Gatley 12:21, 23 October 2007 (PDT)
My Beef with Vegetarianism
Link http://www.thenation.com/doc/20070205/lazare POV/SummaryThis article is arguing against vegetarianism and gives some good historical data about famous vegetarians from the past and their reasons for choosing the veggies. Using these examples, the article counters that there is not a scarcity of meat and examples why we should continuing eating it. Your Name Elle Sweeney