An analytic paper on the sociology of food.
The main focus of the paper is going to compare the United State’s economic system and other countries’ economic system as to why Americans cannot make a comfortable living working in the fast food industry, but people in other countries, like Australia, can. The paper must have a thesis (it must make an argument). The paper must be theoretically grounded, methodologically sound, and reflective of Mill’s “sociological imagination” and Schwalbe’s “sociological mindfulness.” Use ASA format, standard 1-inch margins on all four sides, and a standard 12-point, Times New Roman font. Must have 12 scholarly sources, at least 6 of which must be articles from peer-reviewed academic journals. Paper must be 13 pages (not including the title and reference pages).