Entries by Claire Moore

Research paper topic: Primary election rules and the role of superdelegates

The 2016 U.S. primary elections have generated a lot of controversy and dissatisfaction with the election process. Both Republican Party candidate Donald Trump and Democratic Party candidate Bernie Sanders have generated massive popular support and yet their candidacy is in doubt because of the role of superdelegates. In July 2016, both Democratic and Republican conventions […]

America’s debt crisis and the fall of the middle class for your research paper

On Sunday, June 5, 2016, viewers of the HBO television show Last Week Tonight with John Oliver saw the comedian forgive $15 million in medical expenses debt that his company had acquired from creditors. His grandiose stunt was the high point on a commentary about America’s debt crisis. How much debt is America in? About […]

Discussing disability issues in your next research paper

Adapted from the bestseller, Me Before You by Jojo Moyes, the movie of the same name has drawn much criticism from film critics and the disabled community alike. All agree that Emilia Clarke scores a quirky and stunning performance, but critics bemoan an overly romantic and maudlin storyline. The disabled community find fault with the […]

America’s addiction to prescription painkillers as your research paper topic

As we learn more details about the death of rock star Prince, more attention is being focused on the widespread misuse of prescription painkillers. Statistics show that painkillers like oxycodone are the leading cause of unintentional death in the U.S. accounting for one death every 19 minutes. When access to prescription painkillers is cut off […]

Research paper topic: Anti-vaccines and data analysis methods

Dr. Andrew Wakefield, who started the anti-vax movement in 1998, has directed a documentary film on the subject of vaccines. Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe opened on May 6, 2016 in several U.S. cities. The film gained attention when it was accepted and then pulled from the lineup at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. The […]

Dealing with grief and loss research paper topic

In his new film, Demolition, Jake Gyllenhaal portrays an investment banker who decides to wage destruction on the things in his life as a way of dealing with grief from the loss of his wife. Although psychologists say that there are five stages of grief anyone who has experienced significant loss will tell you that […]

Examine female characters in literature for your research paper

The sixth season of the HBO series Game of Thrones won’t begin until Sunday April 24, 2016, but it has already generated a lot of buzz. Entertainment Weekly featured six of the major characters on its first April issue. Even comedienne Amy Schumer used a GOT theme to publicize the debut of her next season […]

How Hispanic voters impact the 2016 presidential election as your research topic

As we move ever closer to voting day for the 2016 presidential election the issue of race has become a recurring theme. In their quest for a majority of electoral votes frontrunners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton continue to disappoint large voting blocs such as blacks and Latinos. Currently Hispanics in America outnumber blacks with […]

Where to Invade Next highlights economics research topics

In the new Michael Moore documentary, Where to Invade Next, the controversial filmmaker examines key differences between economics in the U.S. and other countries, especially in Europe. Many Americans who believe in U.S. superiority may be surprised by the film. Our theory of American Exceptionalism leads us to assume that U.S. economics policies are best […]

Democratic Socialism and other economics systems for your research paper

On March 9, 2016, Bernie Sanders was declared the Democratic Party winner of the Michigan Primary. The win came as a surprise to most observers who have long cast Hillary Clinton as the foregone Democratic candidate for President. Because of his adherence to Democratic Socialism, even staunch Democrats think that a Sanders win would be […]