A List of Debatable Ethics Research Paper Topics
In the world of ethics there are many talked about subjects. Some of the more well-known topics are gay marriage, abortion, animal rights, and war, but do you know of some of the lesser well-known ones? These are still talked about, but they are different than your regular run-of-the-mill political issue s. Below are a handful of these topics that are probably not discussed enough:
- Human Trafficking
- Plastic Surgery
- The Right To Die
- Frozen embryos
- Organ donors
You may not know very much about this particular subject, but there are thousands of girls and boys abducted every year across the world. These boys and girls are often subjected to slavery and prostitution. While it is not talked about often in mainstream media, there is still plenty of material to go on in studies and newspaper articles.
Everyone knows what plastic surgery is (and who is getting it), but not everyone knows the risks involved. By getting all the information about certain plastic surgery procedures, you may be educating others on making a better decision for themselves in the future.
The Right To Die
This particular issue is sprouting up in certain areas of the country. Some people are saying that it is their right to choose death, especially in times of incurable disease. For example, if you knew you were going to die from the AIDS virus within a few months, do you just want to sit around and wait in pain or go out on your own terms?
In a specific case, one woman and her boyfriend had frozen some sperm in order to conceive later on in the case the two should want a child. The only problem is that the couple split up, but the woman still wants to have a child. She was granted through court process that she can legally use the sperm even though the ex-boyfriend did not want her using it. What is your take on this?
Remember when you got your license and the person giving them out asked if you wanted to be an organ donor? There are some people out there who are trying to fight and say that everyone should be an organ donor and if you do not want to be one, then you should opt out on your own time, meaning not when you get your license. Should this be legal, or does it violate a person's rights even after death?