•Access the Electronic Reserve Readings link in the Week Nine 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.
•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.
I picked the animal experimentation topic. I would say that it would be just an issue. I think both articles give us great points on why or why not animals should be used for experiments. The issue is that people don’t like that research is done on a beloved pet, but really people don’t like research being done one anybody. If the research is going to find ways to help cure a disease or even prevent a disease then there should be no issue or even no problem to the animal experimentation. The other issue with it is that there is not enough research being done to prevent people from dying from the different disease that are all around the world. It is issues that some people feel one way and others feel another. It is a problem yet because it hasn’t caused real effects from the issues that people are facing from the experimentation
2.Were the problems or issues expressed effectively? Describe how the problems or issues were or were not best expressed.
Yes, the issues were expressed effectively throw out both articles. The issues were expressed the best they could through the information that was provided. The issues that animal experimentation have are very good points that are giving by different people. We...