Summarize what happened, when it happened, and who was affected (include number of illness and/or deaths) -How was the company affected by this event? Did they go out of buisiness? Did they get away with it and fool everyone? -What contaminant caused the event? Explain how this contaminant caused harm. Was it on purpose? -What caused this event to happen (What went wrong?) -What would/might have prevented this event from happening and/or reduced the degree of harm generated? -Did this event cause rules or laws to be changed or enacted? If yes, what were they? If yes, was it one of the events that led to a new law or was it a direct main cause? -Did this event change public perceptions or expectations? If yes, how? -If you were in charge of food safety for a similar company, what are three rules you would put in place to prevent a similar event from happening again?
I have come to realize that literature reflects community, and persons and the people affect each other. Literature reflects communities by situation of time, culture, settings, attitude, and values at the time. Literature uses language to indicate what it feels like to live during particular surroundings. Literature also helps to create knowledge, not just imitate it. Cultural approaching can be used to give an affluent and enlightening historical context for fictitious work. It uses papers, expressions, and images of the area to assist the reader with a sense of the community described in the story. In the story “The Lesson”, by Toni Bambara, it uses language to indicate circumstances, culture, and community. The author used language spoken by some African-American citizens in the southern communities to assist readers with what culture and race the citizens are. On page 427, the words “nappy hair” was used, then on pages 428-429, “purdee hot”, and “punchin” were used, and that gives readers a good idea of what race and culture the citizens were. In “The Lesson”, the story also alerts you on the requirement of education and the consequences of having an education. It illustrates how an education may not be fun or easy to achieve, but it is essential for a constructive change to come about. The story looks at types of self-importance, direction, and ways people can value or disrepute each one in a community. An additional example of a short story that demonstrates how literature reflects the community is “A Rose for Emily” by William Faulkner. Faulkner uses “A Rose for Emily” to concentrate on theme of alteration and improvement, as it relates to the American South. He was stimulated to write about this because he came from a family that some time ago owned an agricultural estate and he had family narration in the South. Literatures sometimes use people as symbols. An example of how Faulkner used his characters as symbols of the larger issues in the South is in the character of Homer Barron. Homer Barron is the Yankee production foreman who became Emily’s first real boyfriend. His association with Emily is well thought-out to be disreputable because he is a Northerner and because it doesn’t show as if they will ever be married. An added example is by some of the old men w>GET ANSWER