Choosing a research topic is the first step in the research process. Choosing your topic is research! Here are a few tips to help you get started:
|Abortion||Embryonic Stem Cell Ethics||Immigration||NFL Reaction to Domestic Violence||Puppy Mills|
|Affirmative Action||Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide||Junk Food in Schools||North Korea and Nuclear Weapons||Race and Policing|
|Affordable Care Act or Obamacare||Global Warming||Medical Marijuana||Online Dating||Social Media|
|Arts and Humanities Funding||Gun Control||Mexico - U.S. Border Fence||Opioid Crisis||Space Race|
|Bullying||Human Trafficking||National Anthem Protests||Plastic Bags Banned||Student Debt|
|Cyber-bullying in Schools||Hunger in America||Near Death Experiences||Police Brutality||Vaccinations|
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