Identify one question about the topic you are curious about How did the

Identify one question about the topic you are curious

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Identify one question about the topic you are curious about. How did the bombings affect the survivors mentally and physically? What were the birth defects that resulted from radiation exposure? Describe why this question matters to you personally. I am interested in this question because I am a psychology major and am hoping to work with people that have been through a traumatic experience. I would like to see how this affected them physically and mentally. Describe why this question matters to society. I believe this is important because it might help us understand the long and short term effects of radiation. This could also show us what types of birth defects could result from long and short term radiation exposure. Identify a second question about the topic you are curious about. How did the dropping of the bombs affect the international relationship the United States had with Japan? Describe why this question matters to you personally. To this day the relationship between the United States and Japan has not been on the best of terms. I would like to find out if this is still caused by the dropping of the bombs. Describe why this question matters to society. By looking deeper into how the droppings affected the United States and Japan we might be able to learn how better to react with our countries during war time. Also, we might be able to figure out ways to better our relationship with Japan.
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Part III You are now ready to complete the final part of your Topic Exploration Worksheet. You have chosen a topic, posed some research questions, and are ready to start thinking about what kind of sources you will need to investigate your research questions further. Using the R esea r ch Kit provided for your chosen topic, skim through the suggested resources and complete the following information for your research questions.
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