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Good sources of scientific support for your position:
- Primary sources (direct reporting of research results):
o Peer-reviewed scientific journals articles such as the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Journal of Food Technology
See links available on Blackboard to help you search.
- Secondary sources:
o Peer-reviewed scientific journals articles (review articles)
o Government websites—USDA, FDA, NIH, ARS
o Professional organizations such as the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the Institute of Food Technologists, or the American Academy of Pediatrics
o Industry Groups
o Medical Authorities-Mayo Clinic
o Academic Institutions–Harvard School of Public Health, University of Maryland Cooperative Extensions
Possible sources of emotional, personal and cultural support for your position:
(*Note that some of these groups may provide information with scientific evidence, but they are not required to.)
- Non-profit organizations
- Food manufacturers
- Farming and gardening enthusiasts
- Food and nutrition blogs
- News articles
- Talk shows
Each group must write:
- A 4-5 page paper (not including references). Your paper should outline your team’s position and a discussion of the evidence supporting your position. Think of this as your “opening statement” in a debate.
o Double-spaced, 12-point font, 1-inch margins
o Please use in-text citations with a full list of references at the end, in the APA style.
o Guidelines for APA may be found here: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
- Your supporting references must contain:
o At least 4 sources of valid, scientifically-based references
At least 4 sources of support from emotional, personal, or cultural sources (those that do not explicitly provide scientific evidence
I want you to only write one page and find one valid source!