This guide describes databases, search tools, and library services that support your research for assignments in ENSS 140.
Food. It is essential for any living organism to acquire energy to continue on living, which typically involves consuming food unless that organism is autotrophic. Biologically, food is essential. However, food also can be viewed as a characterizing feature for cultures and can be the center of economic and political debate. When analyzing a particular food, any of the following subtopics may be pivotal for your expository discourse of the food. These are good places to start researching, but the story of your food may lead you to surprising locations, so don’t limit yourself to this list.
The following databases contain peer-reviewed academic journal articles on Environmental Studies topics, as well as news, magazines, and other types of sources.
Here are the student names with their topics: