A college research paper is a serious challenge for every student, because the students are still inexperienced and do not know how to complete a successful assignment correctly. Naturally, the college research paper is not the same like the university and academic research paper, but still the assignment has its difficult moments. The college research paper writing tips below will be useful for every student who requires a piece of advice and instructions for the successful writing.
- Choose the Appropriate Topic. The primary task for everyone is to brainstorm the adequate topic for the research, which would be more or less easy for the analysis. The student must understand that a narrow and distinct topic is much better than the broad one, because if one wants to succeed in the process of writing, he should possess at least the background knowledge about the topic.
- Collect Information about the Problem. Without the trustworthy facts and evidence it is impossible to prepare a good research paper. The value of the research paper for college hides in the demonstration of the student’s ability to investigate the problem in detail and with the help of the right methods and techniques. The young professional can use encyclopaedias, periodicals, scientific publications and other sources in order to collect reliable information on the matter.
- Write the Introductory Part. The introductory part is supposed to be the starting point of writing and the student should make it logical, brief and informative. One is expected to explain the purpose of the research, the relevance of the problem and share the expected results with the reader.
- Focus on the Methodology of Writing. The methods of writing chosen for the research are extremely important, because the paper is mostly evaluated on the basis of the methods used for writing. The student is obliged to learn about the different methods and decide what methods would be useful for the investigation of the chosen topic.
- Think about the Arguments. Every research paper is a hard work of a college student, which is supposed to train him to persuade the reader in his point of view. The young person should demonstrate the sober research approach towards the problem, use the persuasive arguments and sources for the research and the result of such a paper would be the highest mark and professor’s approval of the student’s work and point of view.
- Conclude the Research Paper Well. When the major sections of the research paper are written, the student should summarize the research and evaluate his work objectively. He should write about his achievements, failure and success and say whether he has reached the expected results or not.
Essay on water pollution will tell you why this topic is so important and therefore can be used as a topic for your essay.
First thing you should know about water pollution is that this type of the pollution implies impurities and substances that do not naturally belong in the water but come there because of human activity.
Contaminated water impairs the ability of people, organisms and ecosystems to satisfy their water needs. An emission of pollutants affects everything from humans to organisms and ecosystems.
The deposition of nitrogen oxides and ammonia leads to acidification and eutrophication of soil and water. Ammonia is transported only in short distances while nitrogen oxides can travel hundreds of miles. Continue reading
Work in the characteristic feature, which differentiates a human being from an animal. People work in order to earn money and support their living and provide themselves and their families with enough food, clothes and basic needs and to get access to the things which develop the human mind and body. Of course, people do not work chaotically, but fulfill the definite duties which bring good for the human society and contribute into its development. People have been working since the dawn of the human civilization and during this time hundreds and thousands of narrow professions have originated from the broader ones.
Nowadays the choice of professions is so broad, that one even does not know about the existence of at least the half of them. Every broad sphere of human activity: industry, agriculture, trade, crime and law, healthcare, police and fire services, education, etc are supposed to be the broadest spheres and every sphere is divided into hundreds and thousands of the narrower occupations which create a big pyramid of professions. Continue reading
In this research proposal a chronological development of topics and ideas has been done. An introduction has been made about the expatriates as an external advisory team and the associate management and structure of police in Abu Dhabi. The statement of the problem consists of the needs to be addressed. This also requires some elaboration on existing variables and relationships. The background of the problem elaborates the magnitude and aims of research. The background introduces similar research conducted in the past, previous methods used, and results reaped in previous research. The methodology of the proposal is extensive and explains in details how the proposed research will be carried out on the kind of data which need to be collected, methods to be used in data collection and the justification. Expected results and discussion part have been developed and proper alternatives of the outcomes outlined.
Abu Dhabi is a country in the United Arab Emirates. Expatriates are the country nationals sent by the mother company to work temporarily in different country. In the Emirates, a variable number of expatriate advisors have been involved in provision of services and knowledge in different areas. Some of the roles played by these expatriates include strategic advice on main organization, mentoring the youth and the targeted professionals, tactical operations, managements of the assets and military advisory.
This research entails the group of expatriate advisors who mainly specialize in security advisory element. In this way, some influence on the decision-making amongst the police and other related bodies of Abu Dhabi is experienced. Value addition to the security pillar and monetary assistance could be an added advantage. Cultural and moral support through the interaction of the police officers and the expatriates is also of great importance.
The research proposal also encompasses on the military and business groups and the kind of influence reaped from the interactions with foreign expatriates. The main target is the Abu Dhabi police, who have shown a lot of stability and improvement thus emerging to be one of the best security and peace provision organization in the world. The results and further proposals will help in future improvements of the sector.
This police body represents the ministry of interior and works in close relations with the local people, national bodies, and other international agencies for proper management and streamline of duties. His Highness Lieutenant General Sheikh Saif Bin Zayed Al Nahyan who is the states prime minister and the interior minister leads the force. In the Abu Dhabi police force, public service is mandatory in efficiency and adoption of latest security methods. Continue reading
Popularity of 12-Week Weight Reduction and Muscle Building Programs
Today, people are conscious of their health especially due to the rise in lifestyle diseases. There are so many illnesses associated with body fat. People now want experts to help them transform their bodies from fat to well-groomed bodies, which have good shapes, no fat and one has muscles. Not everyone who claims to be a health expert in body transformation is good at it. Failing to use the exercises properly may not give the required results. The twelve week program is marketed by many as the best in helping people gain muscles and lose fat, but this is primarily an advertisement gimmick. This essay offers a report to show how hard it is for someone to lose weight and gain muscles at the same time, and hence prove that a 12 week program for a client does not attain the goals required.
Why It Is Hard To Lose Fat and Build Muscle Simultaneously
To lose weight, one needs to eat less, healthy, and workout while to build muscles, one need to eat more, healthy and workout. This is one of the reasons why it is hard to lose weight and gain weight at the same time (Fife, 2005). The body could attain both if it was possible for the body to use the excess energy required to build protein muscles from the stored fat. In this way, fat would be converted to the required energy. Unfortunately, the body at this catabolic state does not take muscle building as a priority, and hence it reduces the rate of muscle building. The two processes have opposed demands on the body. It is essential to note that metabolism, which is a process by which food taken is converted into energy for use by the body in various processes, regulates body processes. This means that even muscle construction and loss of weight (burning fats) depends on metabolism. Continue reading
Kinesiology is the scientific study of human and animal movement by use of scientific structures such as anatomy, physiology, psychology, neurology, and biomechanics. It is mostly applied in life through sports, exercise industry, and is critical in developing a career in Olympics. A course in kinesiology is meant to equip one with knowledge necessary in understanding human movement and this prepares graduates for advancing courses such as medicine.
Kinesiology in sports helps professionals to advance in their profession. Materials have been written on the history of kinesiology but not all articles give a broad view of the subject. The history of kinesiology dates back to 1964 when one scientist used the model of muscle testing. In an excerpt written by Dr. Charles T. Krebs and Jenny Brown entitled, they focus on a discussion about what kinesiology is its origin and applications. The article explains that muscle understanding is related to organ balance and that for better movement, the state of balance must exist. This is critical in understanding kinesiology according to the writer, (Krebs and Brown, pp 1-50). To my understanding, kinesiology mostly involves muscles and the organs that are responsible for energy production that is required for body movement. Not all organs are necessary for movement. Continue reading
A magnum opus by Nathaniel Hawthorne, widely discussed and book “The Scarlet Letter” is certainly worth to be read with utmost attention and involvement.
Despite the considerable time gap (it was written nearly two centuries ago in 1850), the leading themes and motifs of this romantic novel are completely relevant to the modern times. In this essay, I would try to outline all the prominent features of that contradictory narrative, centering my attention mainly on the merits of Hester Prynne’s character and the primary themes of sin, guilt and moral uprightness.
The settings of the story are the harsh Puritan town Salem, in which we observe the story’s main character of Hester Pryne. She suffers from disgrace and ostracism due to her adulterous affair with Arthur Dimmesdale that resulted in the illegitimate childbirth. What is interesting about the plot, is that the reader knows a little of Hester, by the time of that notorious occasion. It is known that she is in marriage with unloved husband Chillingworth and that before those times Hester was fostered in rather open-minded family environment. From the early chapters of the “Scarlet Letter” we know that she is rather passionate and incautious by her nature. Taking into account such peculiarities of Hester’s prior character, it is no wonder, that she was not able to keep her feelings under control. Continue reading
Several medical research centers utilize non-human animals as testing subjects. During these tests, animals are subjected to experiments while others are altered to conditions aimed at gaining researchers’ desired knowledge about human behaviors and possible treatment for emerging human health complications. Because nonhuman animals such as rats and mice share several genetic and psychological resemblances with humans, they are increasingly utilized to assist in advancing medical science. Nevertheless, there is an emerging debate surrounding ethics of using nonhuman animals to conduct scientific experiments. From one perspective, strong opponents of unethical practice advocate for stoppage basing their argument on the perception that using animals as tools for advancing knowledge is purely wrong. This school of thought maintains that nonhuman animals have the right of living the full life without any inducement, suffering, or pain. Proponents of this practice argue that although abusing animals is ethically wrong, their use in experimentation should proceed because animal models provide scientific resource. However, strong opposition, basing arguments on theoretical and philosophical models, counters this debate.
On an annual basis, studies show that more than 100 million nonhuman animals are used in scientific experimental processes (Nash, 2009). Among these animals, more than 30 percent die as others suffer from physical and psychological effects. Before dying, the lab rats are induced to inhale toxic chemicals to monitor their behavioral conducts. Among the common practices is inducement of ecstasy and speed in rats. To worsen the tormenting experiences, studies show that animals are withdrawn from normal environmental conditions through confinement, social isolation, and exposure to psychological traumatizing experiences (Ideland, 2009). Ideland argues that the experience of rats exposed to biological experiments is comparable to disposable lab research apparatus. This process raises concern from advocates of animal rights. Continue reading
Medical errors are mistakes committed while offering treatment to patients. Institute of Medicine brought this to the limelight over a decade ago. Since then a number of preventive measures have been implemented since the number of medical errors occurring each day were quite alarming. Research done by various organizations including Harvard School of Medicine show that 18% of patients will get hurt in the course f treatment; that one in each seven patients are hurt in hospital which leads to about 180,000 deaths of patients per year.
Even more alarming is the increased rate of never events such wrong surgery, procedure and medications. The ignorance of the public to the facts creates an even bigger risk since they cannot prevent the errors from happening without the knowledge required. Strategies have been developed to reduce the numbers of errors as well as educate the public on the existence of the errors with the hope of reducing unnecessary deaths and injuries. (American Association for Justice, 2013)
The first strategy recommended by the Food and Drug Administration is the use of identifiers specific to each patient using a bar coded identification wristband. This wrist band is given to the patient immediately they are admitted which transmits the information to the hospital’s system. Nurses and doctors then carry scanners and laptops together with the patients charts which allows proper identification of the patient using the scanner to verify the name of patients, any known allergies and drugs the patient is taking. Continue reading
Everyone has an interesting life full of the exciting moments and it is not true if one claims that his life if grey and monotonous, because there are numerous unpredictable situations all the time which make it bright and memorable. Of course, the life gets its colour due to the people who surround us and if one has many friends, his life is surely full of the unforgettable moments. In fact, one can have certain memories which are not connected with the close people, but with the certain circumstances which do not depend on him.
The human life can teach one positive and negative things but the experience received in this way is priceless. The experience received during the human life has positive influence on the individual and his actions, worldview, behaviour and wisdom. Of course, not all the events can be called valuable experience, there are just the moments which have left in the memory and are remembered with a smile or a slight shiver. Continue reading