This poetic "outburst," a quote from the Psalms, has been beaten and shaped on the anvil of theology to give us a notion of Total Inability. But what is the point Paul is here making? Is he erecting the doctrine of human nature and its relation to soteriology? Not at all. His point is clearly set forth in verse 9: Jews and Gentiles alike are "under sin." Sin is not peculiar to lowly Gentiles, but also afflicts the favored Jews. He proves his point by quoting Psalm 14, which at the outset tells the readers it is dealing with "the fool."
This conclusion does restates the thesis problem of one in three children are becoming obese that is leading to serious health problems and takes it a step further. During the conclusion the main points are briefly mentioned and then the writer takes it a step further by challenging parents to make a difference in the lives of their own children. The take away statement is "The challenge is to make a difference in your children concerning the obesity problems." A challenge to the readers leaves them thinking about the problem even after they finish reading the essay.
Most large companies conduct demographic research in order to determine how to market their product or service and best capture the target audience. It is valuable to know the current customer and where the potential customer may come from in the future. Demographic trends are also important, since the size of different demographic groups changes over time as a result of economic, cultural and political circumstances. This information helps the company decide how much capital to allocate to production and advertising. For example, the aging . population has certain needs that companies want to anticipate. Each market segment can be analyzed for its consumer spending patterns. Older demographic groups spend more on health care products and pharmaceuticals, and the method of communicating with this customer differs from that of their younger counterpart.