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Appendix C

Final Exam

• Access the Electronic Reserve Readings link in the Week Five section of your student Web site. • Select one of the following topics 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.

Iii It is an issue because they have different opinion about it. The issues are that no one benefits and it is needless, costly, unreliable, and sometimes misleading research investigation and experiments. It is express that financially it is a waste and financial resources should allocate the monies to do clinical, preventive medicine, health programs and other studies. It is also believed that animal research does not have a sufficient role in improving people’s lives. Medical researchers believe that they are improving people’s lives, without the use of animal experimentation such as; AIDS, penicillin, anesthetics, and the human blood type were done through medical research.

2. Were the problems or issues expressed effectively? Describe how the problems or issues were or were not best expressed.

It was best expressed by providing statics about mortality declined because of vaccines, the life expectancy from know killers such as; tuberculosis, scarlet fever, smallpox, among others. Long before animal experimentation and therapies became available.…...

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