Category Archives: Law

Research topic on fraternity houses: Campus fun vs. safety

A recent article in The Atlantic magazine by Caitlin Flanagan revealed a disturbing picture of dangerous campus life and misogynistic behavior at fraternity houses at American colleges. Often drunk young men perpetrate crimes of violence and sexual abuse all in …

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Research paper topics for your political science paper

Political science majors know that politics and government is a fast-paced, ever-changing world. There are a lot of options and choices when it comes to picking research paper topics, from past political movements to presidential elections, from human rights issues …

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UAW loss in Tennessee—College student research on today’s organized labor unions

The need for labor unions today, as well as what purpose they serve, has been called into question in recent years. There has been a strong decline in the power and size of organized labor groups during the latter part …

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College research on the future of human rights—a global perspective

The topic of human rights covers a broad array of areas—from war crimes to terrorism, from fraudulent elections to wiretapping. While the civil rights movement in the United States is certainly an important part of human rights, from a global …

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Research topics: Civil rights leaders around the world in the 19th and 20th centuries

During this Black History Month, focus is on the Civil Rights leaders in the American South. But the struggle for civil rights is fought by many people in many countries worldwide, from Nelson Mandela in South Africa to Mahatma Gandhi in …

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The civil rights movement: Research paper topic on Freedom House report showing overall decline worldwide

While we celebrate the advances made by the civil rights movement in our country during Black History Month, worldwide civil liberties are on the decline. Independent watchdog group, Freedom House, stated in its Freedom in the World 2014 report that …

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Documentary Oscar nominees: What research topics are featured in this year’s Academy Awards?

Documentaries have a long and sordid history with the Academy Awards. It’s a highly contested category, and the rules of Oscar nominees’ eligibility have changed a number of times. This year, topics include genocide (“The Act of Killing”), backup singers …

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Research topic Black history month 2014: African Americans risked all for voting rights during Freedom Summer 1964

Do you have a course project related to Black history month? This is a good year to put your attention on African Americans who have made a difference in American history. Throughout the year, Americans will be celebrating Freedom Summer …

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Winter Olympics raise concerns of terrorist threats: Research topics on the history of political controversy

The 2014 Winter Olympics to be held in Sochi, Russia, February 7 – 23, have raised safety concerns about terrorist threats. A recent bombing in a city 400 miles from the Olympic venue has prompted the U.S. State Department to …

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What college students can learn from Shia LaBeouf’s bizarre plagiarism case

Plagiarism is an ongoing problem fought at the university level. According to a study done by Rutgers University researcher Donald McCabe from 2002-05, 36% of undergraduates and 24% of graduate students admitted to copying and paraphrasing from Internet sources without …

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