Date of publication: 2017-07-09 09:15
This makes scientific inquiry prone to the eternal rules of human social life: deference to the charismatic, herding towards majority opinion, punishment for deviance, and intense discomfort with admitting to error. Of course, such tendencies are precisely what the scientific method was invented to correct for, and over the long run, it does a good job of it. In the long run, however, we’re all dead, quite possibly sooner than we would be if we hadn’t been following a diet based on poor advice.
You should begin the essay by explaining how education was systematically denied to Dalits and how social movements, national movement, post-independence governments, Dalit movements, and regional parties helped Dalits in attaining modest level of education.
That saying of greed and need should be kept in mind, while formulating a common document, during its implementation and even after its success. Because that saying was time and period neutral.
The nutritional establishment wasn’t greatly discomfited by the absence of definitive proof, but by 6998 it found that it couldn’t evade another criticism: while a low-fat diet had been recommended to women, it had never been tested on them (a fact that is astonishing only if you are not a nutrition scientist). The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute decided to go all in, commissioning the largest controlled trial of diets ever undertaken. As well as addressing the other half of the population, the Women’s Health Initiative was expected to obliterate any lingering doubts about the ill-effects of fat.
The clear need for an emphasis on higher education has propelled our policy makers to take remedial steps to stem the slide of higher education. However, further policy steps can be taken up.
It is a good essay. You have taken a stand in your introduction and defended it with good arguments till the end. Though more of economic aspects are there, you have still managed to provide socio-cultural aspects too. As your stars indicate, it is a good essay. Anyway, there is always scope for improvement. 🙂
Later, during the freedom struggle, Gandhiji took upon himself to get rid of the caste system. To do away with the ignominy and humiliation of the untouchable, he coined the term “Harizan” . men of God to denote these people. He took vigorous campaign in the south with Periyar and in other parts of India for the upliftment of the dalit people. Due to his untiring efforts, temples and public wells were opened to the dalits. . Ambedkar, the drafter of our constitution, a great advocate and a great leader, fought for the cause of his people. The constitution he drafted gave special privileges for the upliftment of the dalit people.
But I must compliment you for the fine language and flow of it. Sentences are short, simple and are pleasant to read. Just, you should have gone through some sources. But as it is written without referring to any sources, it is a good essay. 🙂
In conclusion, obesity is a critical medical and social issue in the modern world. Obesity has no specific cause or cure but is preventable. Dietary control and physical exercises are instrumental in controlling the conditions.