Certain subjects share common fields of study, and we handpick a topic from their crossover. In this section, we elaborate on the chosen topic from the perspectives of the both subjects.
Industrialization of Hunger: Homemade vs. Fast Food
Hunger is one of the fundamental needs of any living being. Before the specialization wave of the Industrialized World, home-cooked meals were the norm. As of now, the existence of the fast foods sector shows how far we have gone from the simple act of sustaining our bodies. It is clear that capitalism successfully profits from the most basic need of our bodies as it does from anything else.
Futurism of the Early 20th Century against the Dystopian Pessimism of the Early 21st Century
The year 2000 and the new millennium… These words and phrases were used to define the beginning of the 21st century by people living in the previous centuries. They believed that the year 2000 would initiate new developments and humanity would flourish in all aspects. They assumed that humanity would be more and more futuristic if it prospers, yet this was not true. Today, we are not looking at the future optimistically like our ancestors. In fact, not surprisingly, dystopian pessimism appears in contemporary societies because of some reasons.