Twitter hack and computer hackers as research paper topics

It’s happened again—computer hackers have infiltrated a major company’s information. The Twitter hack affected millions of its users, whose data is now said to be available on the dark web for sale. While there are definitely hackers with bad intentions out there, so-called white hat hackers are trying to stop the destruction.

Here's what you should know about the Twitter hack. (Credit: Creative Commons)

Here’s what you should know about the Twitter hack. (Credit: Creative Commons)

Research paper topics could study the rise of the different groups of hackers, as well as an examination of significant hacks in history. Want to stop this from ever happening to you? The first advice experts always offer is simple: change your password. Read more

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.

Primary election rules grow increasingly important as the campaign draws closer to parity. (Credit: Democracy Chronicles)

Primary election rules grow increasingly important as the campaign draws closer to parity. (Credit: Democracy Chronicles)

In July 2016, both Democratic and Republican conventions will finalize the choice for their party nominee to run on the ballot in November’s presidential election. Calls to change the election laws and role of superdelegates could fuel your next research paper. Read more

Internet privacy research paper topics

There are numerous interesting research paper topics on Internet privacy.

Find out the importance of Internet privacy. (Credit: Getty Images)

Find out the importance of Internet privacy. (Credit: Getty Images)

You can discuss the need for an Internet bill of rights recommended by Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web; data privacy at public libraries; and online privacy and reputation management. Read more

Writing help: Planning a research paper

The odds are pretty slim that you will make it through four years of college without having to write a research paper. But don’t be frightened by the prospect.

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Let us help you plan out your research paper. (Credit: YouTube)

Planning a research paper doesn’t have to be scary; in fact, we often make it more difficult than it needs to be. Questia, the Internet’s top research and paper-writing tool for students, is a great place to find writing help. Read more

Research topics for short stories and anthologies

Short stories are a staple of classic literature. The short story form allows authors to provide glimpses into emotion and context.

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Find out more about short stories here. (Credit: Kitaab.com)

Here are some research topics for your term paper on short stories, anthologies, awards and short stories online. Read more

Questia Reading Room: Develop your knowledge of diseases and medicine

Over time, there has been much progress made in regards to diseases and medicine.

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Check out our best books on diseases and medicine. (Credit: eBay)

Learn more about how far we’ve come since Ancient times and the Civil War to get to today’s modern medicine advancements through the following books – FREE for the next month! Read more

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.

What do you know about vaccines? (Credit: Vaxxed.com)

What do you know about vaccines? (Credit: Vaxxed.com)

The major premise of the film is that the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) committed fraud when it published findings saying that there is no link between the MMR vaccine and autism. Controversy over the research methods that support anti-vax ideology would make a great research paper topic. Read more

Questia Reading Room: Our library favorites

Looking for a new book to read but haven’t come across any recommendations that look appealing to you? The Questia Reading Room has you covered!

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Our Reading Room offers you some of our favorite books – for FREE. (Credit: Pexels)

For the next month, we are offering some of our personal favorites that you can enjoy – for FREE. Read more

Topic ideas for schools of economics

When politicians and news pundits talk about the economy, it can sometimes be difficult to tell if they actually have the background to understand the types of promises or predictions they make. If you’re a student in economics and need to come up with a term paper based on schools of economics, you could consider pulling topics from the news and analyzing the statements through the lens of Keynesian economics, Reaganomics (sometimes called trickledown economics), or feminist economics.

Find out more about the many economics topics you can discuss in your research paper. (Credit: UWStout.edu)

Find out more about the many economics topics you can discuss in your research paper. (Credit: UWStout.edu)

Consider which school of economics best matches your own ideas—or most contrasts them—and take a look at the range of topics you can research on Questia. Read more

Discuss LGBT rights and marriage equality in your next research paper

The history of LGBT rights and marriage equality in the United States offers many areas to explore in a research paper.

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Learn more about LGBT rights. (Credit: RAC.org)

The latest comes courtesy of the North Carolina state legislature, which, in a special session, overruled previous anti-discrimination legislation established earlier in the year in Charlotte, North Carolina. Read more