Topic #3: Nowadays, food has become easier to prepare. Has this change improved the way people live? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.
Nowadays, in particular in the last two decades, with rapid technological developments, many things have necessarily been subject to change. Among others food industry has got its share from this quick change.
Change always doesn’t mean improvement for many people and every change is not able to develop ways which (makes easier people life conditions) facilitate people’s life conditions. After this conceptual introduction, the need of thinking in detail has been shown itself necessary. While mulling over, we can’t ignore the people who have to work in the fields from which foods are taken and harvested. This change is far from providing them with the improved way, even this change has forced them to work under worse working conditions. The inverse proportion between change in food preparation thereby so called improved way which makes easier life conditions and the conditions under which people are coerced to work for providing food is stood out. If it had been possible to say there is a direct proportion between two events (incidents) there also would have been easy even possible to say that this “this change in the food preparation have improved the way people live” statement is correct. This is the social aspect of the event. But when take in people who have not to work in such those fields under disgusting working conditions of course it is possible to say that this chance has created more time for people and thereby improved the way people live. Benefits generated from this rapid change are many for mentioned people who have enough income to take advantage of technological improvements have facilitated especially women works. They have gain more time to spend social issues, other activities rather than mediocre works. One of the groups who take advantage of these improvements is the group who live individually in their own houses and of course students in rents houses can be counted in this class. Technological gadget used in kitchens shortens the time for cooking meals and some frozen meals have facilitated the cooking process in a remarkable fashion. For example today, a student lives alone in his rent house can make a complicated meal by buying it’s frozen form from market and the remained work is only putting it in a microwave oven and it is as good as done.
To sum up, I am saying that technological improvements can be regarded as positive change in favor of people who live in developed countries with high income but the others have to bear this changes’ negatives impacts. There is no correct answer to this heavy question when taking into consideration the whole humanity but for a minor community the answer is yes.
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