Going through her report, when it tackles our intelligences in the start asking questions makes one want to find out more about the issue. She is the one that we choose for the interview.
For the preparations of interview with her it is necessary for us to gain as much background as we can on the issues she chose to tackle. If the wages of people remain the same but housing costs continue rising, the food-banks say that people will be forced to line up in front of them to feed their families (Koch, 2000). Reading Haist’s report thoroughly, extracting questionable information from it and then comparing it to the fact of today’s date is what is going to help us in making questions and debating with her.
In her report, the solutions that she has given, we can compare the hunger ratio of 2012 to see if her solutions, presented in the years 2008, were any help at all. If the solutions were able to help then how they were able to do that and if they weren’t then what is the reason to that.
The sources used in this paper concentrate on the possible ways in which the elderly population can be saved from the curse of hunger. The sources not only define cures but also mention how the targeted population ends up in such a situation in the first place. When talking of eradicating or making an effort at removing the aspect of hunger from the elderly population, it is necessary that one be aware of the population they are dealing with. The old age is said to be the ‘second childhood’ according to Shakespeare. The most elderly, when left in the care of professional in a society like ours who are paid to feed and talk to them, try to do things that may capture the attention of their child and bring them back to them. And that is what the source; ‘The Aspects of Food Refusal’ (Duggal, A., & Lawrence, R. M., 2001) talks about.
In your report you claim that elders who lack emotional and financial support are more likely to suffer from hunger, do you think if