Entries by Claire Moore

Learn more about dyslexia for your next research paper

On Saturday, August 23, 2014, HBO will air the documentary, The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia. The program is also available on demand at HBOGo.com. Through narratives of doctors, students, parents and successful professionals, filmmaker James Redford sheds light on dealing with the challenge of dyslexia. According to the International Dyslexia Association, dyslexia symptoms result in […]

Research paper topic ideas on immigration

The U.S. Congress missed its August 1, 2014, deadline for dealing with the thousands of child refugees at the U.S.-Mexican border. On Thursday, July 31, it became apparent that debate on immigration had stalled, leaving the asylum seekers with no resolution. In July 2014, President Obama had asked Congress for $3.7 billion in supplemental funding to […]

Conflict in Gaza for your Middle Eastern history research paper topic

The Israeli Palestinian conflict has created a humanitarian crisis with little hope for resolution. On Thursday July 24, 2014, an estimated 16 civilians were killed and more than 200 wounded when the Israeli army shelled a United Nations shelter in the Gaza Strip. These deaths have raised the death toll in the West Bank to […]

“Australia” as your evolution research paper topic

The PBS Nova series “Áustralia,” which began with “Australia: First 4 Billion Years” continues on Wednesday July 23, 2014, with “Life Explodes.” This episode explores how the fossil record shows the emergence of life from the sea to dry land. Of all the continents on earth, none has preserved the story of life’s emergence on […]

Research topics on government types and issues outside the U.S.

How much could the human condition improve if we only understood each other better? The study of different types of governments could be a good start to increasing our understanding of our foreign neighbors. Government issues such as income inequality and the minimum wage, national debt and climate change affect us all. How do different […]

Medical marijuana approval on the rise

On Monday July 7, 2014, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the Compassionate Care Act, which allows doctors to prescribe medical marijuana under certain conditions. On Tuesday, July 8, 2014, Washington fulfilled voters’ wishes by opening medical marijuana dispensaries for business. In November 2012, voters in both Washington and Colorado passed legislation that legalizes marijuana […]

The fight to overturn Proposition 8 in California

“The Case Against 8” is an HBO documentary that takes an in-depth look at the federal lawsuit to overturn California Proposition 8 banning same-sex marriages. Five years in the making, the film shows the behind-the-scenes workings of a legal team dedicated to restoring the right to marriage for all Californians. Currently running on HBO, “The Case […]

Make a pit stop for your career during your summer road trip

When you finally finish college you’re going to face a lot of competition out there. Career planning now will give you an advantage. Some things to do would include job shadowing, attending job fairs and even taking a field trip to visit a company that interests you. Summer road trips can be combined with job […]

Is a college degree worth the cost?

With college costs rising faster than any other product or service in the economy, filmmaker Andrew Rossi asks if it’s worth it. His new film,”Ivory Tower,” pulls back the curtain on several colleges to reveal how changing business models have led to an expansion of building at the expense of a quality education. Here we […]