Coursework covers food preparation and ingredients, the food industry, consumer choices, food theory, sanitation and safety, quantity food production, foodservice management and purchasing, food equipment, kitchen planning, cultural aspects of food and nutrition, food communication, and nutrition. Students apply knowledge about the chemical, physical, and microbiological characteristics of food to the selection, preparation, home processing, storage, and serving of safe food to the consumer.
Consumer Foods majors examine the functions of ingredients in foods and food products. Students also learn how to conduct analytical evaluation of foods, including color, pH, viscosity, and moisture content. Sensory characteristics (appearance, aroma, taste, flavor, texture) which impact consumer acceptance of food products when ingredients are modified or removed are also examined. Students learn to apply this knowledge to the selection, preparation, and processing of food in commercial and industrial environments.
This closer examination will demonstrate if there is legitimacy to the narrative form or if a graphic novel is nothing more than an inflated phrase to describe something that many believe is a juvenile and commercialized form of marketing....
After years of unscrupulous corporate leaders managing and leading some of the world’s biggest corporations to failure, researchers and business leaders realize the need for ethical and sound leadership.
Individuals acquiring a specialization within the field of applied behavior analysis are greatly the needed within the autism community (Schreck & Mazur, 2008).
Moreover, of Applied Behavior Analysis seeks to discover the environmental variables that influence the individual behavior while simultaneously demonstrates a functional relationship between the manipulated environmental behavior and the target behavior....
Today the ethical and normative concerns of everyday citizens are all too often sidelined from the study of political and social issues, driven out by an effort to create a more “scientific” study. This book offers a way for social scientists and political theorists to reintegrate the empirical and the normative, proposing a way out of the scientism that clouds our age. In Alasdair MacIntyre, Charles Taylor, and the Demise of Naturalism, Jason Blakely argues that the resources for overcoming this divide are found in the respective intellectual developments of Charles Taylor and Alasdair MacIntyre. Blakely examines their often parallel intellectual journeys, which led them to critically engage the British New Left, analytic philosophy, phenomenology, continental hermeneutics, and modern social science. Although MacIntyre and Taylor are not sui generis, Blakely claims they each present a new, revived humanism, one that insists on the creative agency of the human person against reductive, instrumental, technocratic, and scientistic ways of thinking. The recovery of certain key themes in these philosophers’ works generates a new political philosophy with which to face certain unprecedented problems of our age. Taylor’s and MacIntyre’s philosophies give social scientists working in all disciplines (from economics and sociology to political science and psychology) an alternative theoretical framework for conducting research.
The Center's members combine knowledge and experience from different areas: interactive multimedia, business and professional ethics, and conflict resolution.
The result was the Nuremberg Code, which attempted to provide a natural law-based set of universal ethical principles. Looking beyond the Nuremberg Code and applying it to modern medical research ethics, there are many challenges that it poses....
This site provides access to a range of resources including essays, ethical codes and guidelines, instructional resources, links to research-related materials and much more.
The site has the feel of an online zine, providing short online papers on ethical issues, a link to the Center's quarterly online publication, and a database of links to ethics-related resources on the net.
The core principals of Applied Behavior Analysis are to target an individual’s behavior for change that has a real life application for the individual.