Entries by Claire Moore

The housing bubble and Wall Street banking for your research paper

Back in late 2008, the economy was hit with the equivalent of a nuclear bomb when the housing bubble finally burst. The bubble was created by investment bankers on Wall Street who traded subprime mortgages without a care as to whether those mortgages would ever be paid. Now the film, The Big Short, starring Christian […]

Research paper topic: Trumbo movie illuminates Hollywood blacklist

We may think that today our biggest threat is from terrorism yet the film, Trumbo reminds us of a time in U.S. history when our fears were focused on Communism. The Trumbo movie stars Bryan Cranston as the famed writer who landed on the Hollywood blacklist for his political views. Helen Mirren co-stars as gossip […]

The challenge of protecting human rights for your research paper

Among international relations topics the subject of human rights takes center stage. Now, more than ever, leaders find that they must ensure that fundamental rights of people take precedence over those of corporations and even nations. Human rights exist at the intersection of corporate social responsibility, climate change and economic growth. So important and encompassing […]

Research topic: Are home-grown hate groups our largest domestic terrorism threat?

On Wednesday, December 2, 2015, 14 people were killed in a mass shooting in San Bernardino, CA. The news came hardly a week after the shooting at a Planned Parenthood facility on Friday, November 27, 2015. Were these acts of domestic terrorism? The Planned Parenthood incident has prompted criticism of political rhetoric that may fuel […]

Examine landmark Supreme Court cases for your research paper

On Friday, November 13, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it will hear legal arguments on a challenge to a Texas law pertaining to abortion. This will be the first major abortion case before the court since it upheld a federal ban on late-term abortions in 2007. When asked to name landmark Supreme Court […]

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 […]