Polio Notes-chancetoremember

  • A white paper is a collection of purposeful summaries
  • A place to try out different ideas and openings
  • Somewhere to make notes to yourself about what is lacking
  • Talk your way through new sources in your white paper
  • If you keep going back to your white paper and reviewing what you have written your writing will keep getting better and you will be able to completely own all of the words in your paper except for anything that is in quotation marks from your sources.
  • The goal of a white paper is to improve your writing.  It is something that you can keep editing and improving.
  • As you do more research on your topic your opinions and thesis may change, this is why the white paper is good.  It is there for you to be able to change things.
  • Endlessly revise your paper
  • Must organize your thoughts once you have finally done enough research to have a viewpoint.
  • continue to organize your writing
  • Do not think about your sources
  • RESEARCH PROPOSAL: WHAT ACTUALLY IS A DEATH FEST WHEN REGARDING TO POLIO?  IS AN OUTBREAK OF POLIO AS LARGE AS THE OUTBREAK OF SOMETHING LIKE THE SWINE FLU, OR IS IT MUCH SMALLER WHICH IS WHY WE DO NOT HEAR ABOUT IT?

Polio is not something that is commonly thought about in the United States.  We are used to minor illnesses like the flu or strep throat, and when there is an outbreak these are very treatable to us with vaccinations and antibiotics.  Unfortunately, in other countries such as India and Syria there are not always vaccinations provided for children, so serious diseases such as Polio are active.  Polio affects mostly younger children and has killed many under the age of five. The main reason that children are affected so greatly is because they spread their germs most easily.  Consider when these kids go to take a bath in the river, which could be filled with fecal matter because of the unsanitary living conditions, this is an example of easy exposure to illness.  Consequently, immune systems of these children are much weaker than those of adults, so they are affected much more.  This deadly illness causes these young children to become very sick, and can cause paralysis and death.  As long as there are hazardous living conditions where these children live, they will continue to contract Polio.

 

 

 

About chancetoremember

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One Response to Polio Notes-chancetoremember

  1. davidbdale says:

    Chance, you identified two research challenges nobody else named. I can answer the questions without researching them.

    I used my own term, “death fest” to mean a combination of catastrophes that combine to create a horrible orgy of humans dying: from being poisoned and bombed by their government, to being beheaded by ISIS, to succumbing to starvation or exposure or disease after fleeing their homes for refugee camps.

    The world is so close to eradicating polio that just a few cases in an unexpected place can be called an outbreak.

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