1 Organization/ Approach to the assignment
Is the spirit (which is to say the directions) of the assignment followed?
Is the bibliography coherently structured, formatted, and organized?
Is it in alphabetical order?
Is there a geographic approach/idea central to each abstract?
Are geographical concepts and ideas effectively drawn upon in the analysis?
Do the analyzes reflect critical thinking?
Is the writing style clear and easy to follow?
Is the writing style appropriate to the assignment (i.e. not too familiar)
(14 references )
students must write a two-paragraph abstract. Each abstract must include the main points of the reading (first paragraph) and a brief analytical commentary on how the reading relates to world population and food supply (second paragraph). The lengths of each abstract will vary depending on the source being annotated
1-Migration and Migrants: A Global Overview. World Migration Report 2020 (Chapter 2). 2019. Global Migration Data Analysis Centre, International Organization for Migration, pp. 19-51.
2-Moss, Michael. (2013). Prologue: the company jewels. Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us. New York: Random House, pp. xi-xxx
4- Clapp, Jennifer. 2016. The Rise of a Global Industrial Food Market. In Food. Malden, MA: Polity Press, p. 33-56
9- Peters, Gary, and Robert Larkin. 2005. Excerpt from ‘Theories of Population Change’.
Population Geography, 8this Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing, pp. 80-85
10- Nestle, Marion. 2015. Selling to the Developing World (Chapter 15). Soda Politics:
Taking on Big Soda (and winning). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 200-210
12- Widener, Michael J. 2018. Spatial access to food: Retiring the food desert metaphor.
Physiology & Behavior, Vol. 193(B), p. 257-260.
13- Shiva, Vandana. 2014. Nurturing Nature is No Crime, Resurgence and Ecologist pp. 18-19