Classwork adnd HIV/AIDS in the U.S. Military- Review
This analysis is very good in my point of view. The introduction is solid, and gives the reader enough information to understand what is going to come next in the essay. Gives a good thesis and a well explained argument that the writer wants to make. Also was helpful as he/she went along and told us what he was trying to do and what he was doing. Gives evidence and then gives his/her own opinion about what is going on and being said, which is very important. Gives pictures to show examples which is good multi-modality.
Whittle, Henry J. “How Food Insecurity Contributes to Poor HIV Health Outcomes: Qualitative Evidence from the San Francisco Bay Area.” Social Science & Medicine, Pergamon, 19 Oct. 2016, www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277953616305561?via%3Dihub#!
Henry J. Whittle and his team are speaking about how poor food insecurity contributes to poor HIV health outcomes, and the evidence shown in the San Francisco Bay Area.
“Food insecurity is ‘the limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate, safe foods, or the inability to acquire personally acceptable food in socially acceptable ways'(Anema et al., 2009). This definition incorporates overlapping challenges, including insufficient quantity, poor quality, limited diversity, or compromised safety of food; inadequate access to food, leading to hunger or anxiety; and the need for socially unacceptable procurement of food, including begging, relying on charity, exchanging sex for food, stealing food, and other illicit activities (Anema et al., 2009). Food insecurity affects hundreds of millions of people globally, and remains a major challenge in many high-income countries. The United States is a prominent example: 48 million Americans (15.4% of the population) were food-insecure in 2014 (Coleman-Jensen et al., 2015)”(para.1).
This passage is important to me the most because its the introduction and sets up the rest of the article. Tells you what food insecurity is and how it affects so many different people. Gives really good statistics showing major evidence of what actually had been going on. This would help with my thesis because in my thesis i would want to talk about how the US gov hasn’t done much to help the solution and also how people with this epidemic have not had the best luck with finding food or being wealthy enough to buy it. This is a source from my annotated bibliographies so it would really help out my thesis and its argument.