100 College essay topics
Before we discuss about these topics, we would like to remind you that these are real topics that most colleges across the world use.
1. Should college pay their professional students athletes?
2. Should home security control gun access to avoid shooting and killing of students?
3. The Military Partnerships: Humanitarian/Support Role
4. Composition: Innocent man
5. What effect have the federal courts had on the government’s ability to enforce national security? Find a court case or news article from the last two months illustrating the effects of the federal courts on terrorism, immigration, or other issues related to national security.
6. Compare and contrast the media systems in two countries comparing United Arab Emirates with United states
Include such things as:
What media exist in each country?
What media are most popular in each country? for example one from of media may obviously minimal.
how does the use of social media compare? Similar usage or different?
what about the use of cellular phones?
consider all the forms of media we have talked about- oral culture, books, magazines, newspapers, radio, tv, movies, internet.
examine the overall media ownership of the major media. is it owned by one company, a few companies or many, who are the owners?
7. Compare the two attached resumes. Based on what you have learned from Chapter 7 of our textbook, how were the four principles of design applied in the revision (named “resume after.jpg”)? You have to be specific in showing what principle was used and why. i will attach the 4 principles in chapter 7 and the two resumes
8. he emergence and roles of global/international financial institutions (IFIs) (the IMF, the World Ban
1. Analyze the emergence and roles of global/international financial institutions (IFIs) (the IMF, the World Bank, and the WTO). In your answer, be sure to address:￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼
• Why these institutions were created in the first place, and how the context in which they operate has changed since they were created
• The new roles taken on by these institutions as a result of changes in the context in which they operate
• The political and economic pressures to which these institutions have responded
Can we expect these institutions to serve the needs of global South/ developing nations in the global economy, as well as global North/ developed nations working through economic crisis? Why and/or why not?
9. Describe how Aurelius Augustine was a bridge between, that is, he set in motion the transition from, the classical (Greek) world of philosophy and the medieval world (Aquinas). Was Aquinas the end of this transition, or the beginning of something new? Explain.
10. Watch the film “Run Lola Run” by (Tom Tykwer, (https://fmovies.is/film/run-lola-run.vr5l/lny1k6)
Read the readings that should be integrated and cited into the essay as secondary sources to support your discussion.
write a short critical and theoretical essay in which you discuss how your selected film incorporates in its narrative structure and visual style the principles of formalism.
Use the sources from the readings, book and notes only!!! Cited all the sources you used, if you use something from the note write down “note”, write down the page number if you use book.
11. Choose ONE of the cities described in the excerpt from Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities. What kind of place is the city you’ve chosen? What does the description of the city say about the people who live there or the kind of stories that might happen there? Make specific references to details of the text to support your argument.
12. Culture diversity impact on NZ’s Economic Cultural diversity has been promoted international business within a global connected marketplace.
2.NZ implements immigration policy to attract the skilled workers
3.Culture diversity has contributed to the development of tourism.
1. Include a fully developed, coherent concept map which shows how you have addressed your knowledge question (i.e., what sub-topics or themes you have explored in order make sense of and answer your inquiry question). The concept map should clearly demonstrate the relationship between different ideas, problems and factors interconnected with your chosen topic.
2. Definitions and explanations of key concepts and terms, using APA referencing style (6th edition).
minimum of 10 academic references.
3. Critically assess available information in the public domain in relation to your knowledge question (e.g. newspapers; reports; claims made by politicians, organisation, associations, etc.);
4. Discuss and evaluate any issues you consider important to your inquiry. Examples include, but are not limited to, the topics presented in the lectures (e.g., indigenous perspectives, critical theory, big data, quantitative and qualitative methods, etc.)
5. summarise academic articles that relate/inform your inquiry question