Entries by Claire Moore

Discover how to win a presidential election for your research paper

The U.S. presidential election won’t happen until November 2016 and yet the campaign is already in full swing. Since it’s hard to avoid hearing news about it you may have decided to make the election the focus of your next research paper. To get a start on the topic, check out the new film, Our […]

Alzheimer’s disease: Medical issues research paper

Many think that Alzheimer’s disease affects only elderly people. Yet it is estimated that up to five percent of people with Alzheimer’s have Early Onset Alzheimer’s, which affects adults as young as in their thirties. In addition to the medical issues, there are social issues. Because Alzheimer’s makes it difficult to carry out normal daily […]

Explore climate change and capitalism link for your research paper

Is there a link between capitalism and climate change? Author Naomi Klein addressed that question in the film, This Changes Everything, which is based on her book of the same name. According to most experts, the industrial nations produce the emissions that produce the greenhouse effect and rising sea levels yet it’s the third world […]

Research paper: The suffrage movement for women’s voting rights

The right to vote is one of our most precious civil rights. Now, a new film tells the story of how women gained that right in England and set the example for women in the U.S. On October 23, 2015, the film Suffragette opened in U.S. theaters. Starring Carey Mulligan and Meryl Streep, Suffragette tells […]

The cycle of domestic violence for your research paper

October is Domestic Violence Action Month, a time when we are reminded of the high costs of domestic assault. Although we often associate the term “physical abuse” with battered women, intimate partner violence affects both genders. Attitudes have changed over the past decades and yet one in three women and one in four men have […]

How to use LinkedIn to get a job

I don’t know about you, but I tend to spend way too much time using social media. Instead of posting selfies or photos of food, how about learning how to use LinkedIn to help you get a job after graduation? Of all the life hacks you can develop some of the best life hacks involve […]

Women’s health research paper topics

Although men and women share many health concerns, women’s health issues include conditions that only affect the female anatomy, such as childbirth, pregnancy complications and menopause. Moreover, women’s health during their reproductive years also impacts the health of the next generation. International women’s reproductive health is also a relevant topic, given that complications that can […]

Research paper: Life on Mars and the challenge of space exploration

The question of life on Mars goes back more than a century to 1877 when an Italian astronomer, Giovanni Schiaparelli, drew maps and conclusions about the planet and its inhabitants. As time passed and telescopes improved, we learned that Mars is less than the Eden it was thought to be. Now in the film The […]

Education research topics: Standardized testing and Common Core standards

On September 17, 2015, Seattle students started school after a delay due to a teacher strike over pay increases and more teacher control of standardized testing. The battle over education reform is likely to be one of the key points discussed by candidates for president in 2016. Especially controversial are the Common Core standards. By […]

Why an internship is the first step to getting a job

Here the school year is just ramping up and I want you to think about what it takes to get an internship. That’s because work experience is required in getting a job, but you need a job to get work experience. So college students’ best bet is an internship even if it means unpaid internships. […]