patents, power and food – The growing impact of ‘intellectual property

Task description Your task in this essay is to draw on the knowledge and understandings gained in this unit by discussing ONE of the topics listed below paying close attention to the intended learning outcomes for this unit and the weekly topics discussed during semester particularly from week 6-12. There are numerous aspects to each of these topics that could form the basis for your essay and you are encouraged to select ONE of the topics below that is of professional and/or personal interest to you. 1. Food politics and obesity (week 8, 9, 11) 2. Changing food systems, diets and cities (week 9) 3. Food, human security and thriving people (week 6, 7) 4. Gender, nutrition and the right to food (week 6, 7) 5. Patents, power and food – The growing impact of ‘intellectual property (week 8) This type of essay is a research paper and requires you to discuss a subject in depth. It also must have sources that can back up the evidence that you present and are credible. Therefore, students will need to use a range of sources to research their topic that are evidence-based. These include journal articles from the library databases and website. There are a number of steps that are necessary before you begin to write. The research portion of your essay ? First choose your topic from the list above. ? Next choose an aspect of the topic that is broad, but specific enough so that you can cover the topic sufficiently and it also gives you enough room to write. ? Begin conducting the research and organizing it in a way that makes sense to you. This way you have all of the resource information so you can add it to a reference page later on. ? After you have gathered a fair amount of sources you can begin writing the paper. ? The body of the paper gives the context of your research ? Start by using the Essay template as this will help you to structure your essay correctly. Task length 1500 words (or between 1350 and 1650) Links to units learning outcomes Learning outcomes 1, 2 Generic attributes Knowledge, Communication skills, Global perspective Assessment criteria /guidelines Mark out of 25% You should include the following in your essay: 1. The Introduction: begin with a brief introduction of the topic you have chosen and ends with an overview of the way your essay content will be structured. 2. The Body presents the results of research findings. 3. Conclusion: In this section please summarise your key findings and link back CXA100 Sem 1 / 2016 1 CXA100 Food Studies Assessment task 3: Essay to your introduction. 4. In this section you should restate your initial topic and the aspect you focused your essay on. It should not be done with exactly the same wording, but it should include the basics of what the paper discussed 5. No new information should be introduced in this section. 6. In this section you can state where a person could go for further reading. This will allow the interested party a more complete look at the subject. 7. Since an essay doesn’t allow you to fully research and discuss a topic or subject you can suggest what further research could be conducted. 8. Finally, make sure that you look at the paper with a critical eye and discuss the positives and negatives of the research you have completed for your essay. 9. References must be cited in-text throughout your essay, as well as listed on a reference page at the end of your essay. Harvard style of referencing is preferred for Health Science and Exercise Science Students. Other students may use the reference style relevant to their specialty 10. AdditionalInformation – Subheadings can be used to improve readability – The word count for the assignment must be provided on the Assignment Submission Sheet. – Must be in 12point font, double line spaced, with 3 cm margins on all sides. – All tables and figures presented in the assignment must have a number and title, refer to the source, and be referred to in the text of the assignment.

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