100 More Research Topic Guides for Students

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100 More Research Topic Guides for Students

DANA MCDOUGALD

Greenwood Professional Guides in School Librarianship

Harriet Selverstone, Series Adviser

GREENWOOD PRESS

Westport, Connecticut • London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction ix
  • I - Fine Arts, Language Arts, and Foreign Languages 1
  • Architecture 2
  • Arthurian Legends 4
  • Bonsai 6
  • Countries of the World 8
  • Creation Myths 10
  • Fairy Tales 12
  • Globe Theatre 14
  • Harlem Renaissance 16
  • Kabuki 18
  • Literary Prizes 20
  • The Odyssey of Homer 22
  • Oral Tradition in Literature 24
  • Pictorial Symbolism 26
  • Puppetry 28
  • Reading Codes for the Blind 30
  • Renaissance Art 32
  • Rock and Roll, History of 34
  • Utopias 36
  • William Shakespeare, Life and Times 38
  • II - Math, Science, and Technology 41
  • Air Pollution 42
  • Bacteria 44
  • Comets 46
  • Computers, Development and History of 48
  • Diseases 50
  • Dolphins 52
  • El Niño 54
  • Elements, Chemical 56
  • Flight 58
  • Hormones 60
  • Invertebrates 62
  • Lasers 64
  • Nuclear Energy 66
  • Nutrition 68
  • Parasites 70
  • Robotics 72
  • Science, Technology, and Society 74
  • Solar System 76
  • Space Exploration 78
  • Wildlife Conservation 80
  • III - Social Studies: History, Economics, and Political Science 83
  • Amendments to the Constitution/ Bill of Rights 84
  • Careers 86
  • Corporations 88
  • French Revolution 90
  • Great Depression 92
  • Greece, Ancient 94
  • Indian Removal 96
  • Industrial Revolution 98
  • Labor Movement in America 100
  • Lewis and Clark Expedition 102
  • The Middle Ages 104
  • Migrant Workers in America 106
  • National Parks 108
  • NATO (north Atlantic Treaty Organization) 110
  • Prehistoric Man 112
  • Reconstruction Period 114
  • Rome, Ancient 116
  • Slavery 118
  • Stock Market 120
  • Supreme Court 122
  • United States Civil War 124
  • War of 1812 126
  • Westward Movement (u.S.) 128
  • IV - Social Issues 131
  • Apartheid 132
  • Cloning 134
  • Consumerism—moral and Ethical Aspects 136
  • Divorce 138
  • Education in the United States 140
  • Ethics and Morality 142
  • Euthanasia 144
  • Food Safety 146
  • Gender Roles 148
  • Marijuana, Legalization of 150
  • Mental Illness 152
  • Organ Transplantation 154
  • Population Control 156
  • Prayer in Schools 158
  • Racism 160
  • Runaways 162
  • Shoplifting 164
  • Tax Reform 166
  • Television Talk Shows 168
  • Unmarried Teenage Fathers 170
  • V - Biography 173
  • Alexander the Great (356–323 B.C.) 174
  • Fidel Castro (1927–) 176
  • Leonardo Da Vinci (1452–1519) 178
  • Diana, Princess of Wales (1961–1997) 180
  • W.E.B. Du Bois (1868–1963) 182
  • Galileo Galilei (1564–1642) 184
  • Mohandas (mahatma) Karamchand Gandhi (1869–1948) 186
  • Adolf Hitler (1889–1945) 188
  • Joan of Arc (1412–1431) 190
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929–1968) 192
  • Isaac Newton (1642–1721) 194
  • Louis Pasteur (1822–1895) 196
  • Elvis Aaron Presley (1935–1977) 198
  • Mother Teresa (1910–1997) 200
  • United States Members of Congress 202
  • United States Presidents 204
  • Queen Victoria (1819–1901) 206
  • Alice Walker (1944–) 208
  • Index 215
  • About the Author 225
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