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Katie Church 01/16/2011 Final Exam Appendix B Final Exam Access the Electronic Reserve Readings link on your student Web site for Week Nine. Select one of the topics below and read both articles that present opposing sides of the argument surrounding that topic. o Animal experimentation o Outsourcing o Media violence Answer the following questions in paragraphs of approximately 100 words demonstrating your critical and creative thinking skills. 1. Identify if the topic you chose, as presented by both articles, is a problem or an issue and explain what makes it a problem or an issue. If you believe the articles present both problems and issues, identify and explain what the problems are and what the issues are. The topic I choose is animal experimentations after reading both sides, this sound a lot like an issue one side thinks animal experiments are necessary and the other side is completely against it. Humane experiments are what help us find cures for cancer, AIDS, diabetes, discovery of antibiotics, analgesics, antidepressants, and anesthetics, I think both sides have valued ideas, but the sides can not agree. I think inhumane testing is wrong however we need to test these things on someone or something. I would say that animal testing is a problem; I just think that they are defiantly creating issues. 2. Were the problems or issues expressed effectively? Describe how the problems or issues were or were not best expressed. I feel the issues and problem were clearly stated in these stories; they describe issues about the positives effects and the negatives affects of animal experimentation. I feel each story was clearly stating their side of the agreement. The argument states that Animal rights extremists claim that the results of animal studies can't be applied to human health. But, physicians
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