Super Size Me.
Analyse the documentary Super Size Me from an ethical point of view.
Put emphasis on the:
- relation between shareholders, executives and customers;
- pros and cons of affordable food.
In case there is some information about the literature, this is meant to be a starting point.
In case there is no information about literature, please start with an investigation of the relevant information a corporation has put on the internet.
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5 Pages without literature and front page.
Several legal suits have been brought against McDonald’s Restaurants that they are knowingly selling food that is unhealthy.
Some of the court decisions have stated that the plaintiffs would have a claim if they could prove that eating the food every day for every meal is dangerous.
As such, documentarian Morgan Spurlock conducts an unscientific experiment using himself as the guinea pig: eat only McDonald’s for thirty days, three meals a day.
If he is asked by the clerk if he would like the meal super sized, he has to say yes.
And by the end of the thirty days, he will have had to have eaten every single menu item at least once.
Before starting the experiment, he is tested by three doctors – a general practitioner, a cardiologist and a Gastroenterology – who pronounce his general health to be outstanding.
They will also monitor him over the thirty days to ensure that he is not placing his health into irreparable damage.
He also consults with a dietitian/nutritionist and an exercise… Written by Huggo