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496331 REVISED: Social and Political Activism Articles

I am seeking a team of quality article writers / journalists who understand American grammar well. I have a project for a Social and Political Reform organization and need specialized (well researched written) articles concerning social and political reforms efforts in America. I need a total of 204 Articles, each with a limit of 410 words or less. The articles must be written such that, for each of the subjects presented, there are three main articles. The specific requirement is that for each of the articles for the subject there must be an article in the "Affirmative side of the issue" a the second article must be "a rebuttal side" and lastly, an article that presents a "balanced, logical, rational solution proposed that considers both the affirmative and rebuttal." A simpler description of the requirement, in this regard is that I need one positive oriented article, on negative oriented article, and the third article must be one that incorporates both positive and negative views in a balanced way, and proposes alternatives. The maximum I will pay is $0.10 USD per word. **EXAMPLE OF RELATIVE WRITING REQUIRED**

The articles must flow well for AMERICAN READERS, be written with style, flair and be in an authoritative voice. Each of the articles must WOW the reader in an entertaining way for each topic.

I will tolerate only an 8% plagiarism rate, since these are tough social and political topics that everyone has opinions on. I am NOT interested in standard PLR articles, nor am I interested in Wiki type educational content. This contract requires a more "journalistic" approach, in that I require "up-to-date" reports / opinions type of articles intended to motivate. I need articles with flair and have a touch of the WOW factor. The WOW factor is not "world of warcraft." Here, the Wow factor refers to the inspiring nature of the article. Writers who are not living in the United States are asked NOT TO BID, unless you are fluent with American slang, acronyms, and especially grammar. I'm not discriminating because of race, religion, or culture, but seek discretion, only because I need "American" written articles for other American activists. All sources must be cited or referenced for verification of accuracy wherever appropriate.

The categories, with a hint about the nature of the articles needed, are as follows:

International Economy (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist efforts to reform economic systems internationally).

International Healthcare (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist efforts to reform health and healthcare systems internationally).

International Peacekeeping (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist efforts to reform peacekeeping efforts internationally).

International Conflict (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist efforts to resolve cultural/religious conflict internationally).

International Science (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activists working to better global systems through science and technology).

International Youth Activism (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon all areas of interest to teens and the young activists involved in civic improvement projects, as well as their efforts to better the world we live in).*

International Politics (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist efforts to reform political systems or end corruption internationally).

International Law / Legislation (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist efforts to reform legislation / lawmaking systems internationally).

*NOTE: The word "Internationally," in this context, refers to any country on earth, OTHER THAN, the United States.

United States Economy (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist efforts to reform economic systems or the causes of economic decline in the United States).

United States Healthcare (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist efforts to reform healthcare systems or the causes of healthcare deficits in the United States).

United States Domestic Peacekeeping (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist efforts to reduce violence and related criminal conduct in the United States).

United States Domestic Conflicts (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist efforts to prevent cultural, religious, political or social conflicts in the United States).

United States Science (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist efforts to improve science and technological education systems in the United States).

United States Youth Activism (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon all areas of interest to teens and the young activists involved in civic improvement projects, as well as their efforts to better life the United States).*

United States Politics (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist efforts to reform political systems or the causes of political corruption in the United States).

United States Legislation (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist efforts to reform the legislative systems in the United States, the causes of legislative failure, and the harms bad legislation do to citizens and families in the United States).

United States Academic Programs / Curriculums (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists and their efforts to reform academics/curriculum methodologies and the causes of intellectual decline in the United States).

United States Education Program Cuts (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists and their efforts to improve funding sources for academics and extra curricular programs in the United States).

United States Sports Program Cuts (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists and their efforts to improve funding sources for sports and related extra curricular programs in the United States, as well as the benefits of these programs).

United States Educational Institutions (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists and their efforts to improve educational institution policies in the United States).

United States Lack of Education Resources (Defining, or reporting upon the causes and effects of funding woes for education in the United States).

United States Students Lacking Motivation and Inspiration (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists and their efforts to motivate / inspire Student achievement in the United States).

United States Teacher Lacking Motivation and Inspiration (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists and their efforts to motivate / inspire Teaches in the United States).

United States Students Unwilling to Volunteer for Good (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the Students who have no interest in civic involvement or contributing to social good in the United States).

United States Improving Air Quality (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists and their efforts to end Air polluters, or legislation related to air quality in the United States).

United States Improving Water Quality (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists and their efforts to end Water polluters, or legislation related to water quality in the United States).

United States Improving Food and Processing Quality (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists and their efforts to end food contamination, or legislation related to prevent food contamination in the United States).

United States Improving Pharmaceutical Accuracy and Accountability (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists and their efforts to restructure the pharmaceutical industries through legislation in the United States).

United States Exploiting the Environment (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists and their efforts to prosecute polluters of the environment through legislation in the United States).

United States Environmental Action Groups (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activist groups and their efforts to address environmental problems in the United States).

United States What Ails Americans Most Often (Studies and reports upon the diseases and/or illness prevalent in the United States and the causes, or suspect causes).

United States What Ails American Families (Studies and reports upon the diseases and/or illness prevalent in the United States and the causes, or suspect causes).

United States Fitness in America (Studies and reports upon fitness programs and/or the need for National fitness programs prevalent in the United States and the causes, or suspect causes of fitness decline).

United States Health and Beauty (Studies and reports upon the diseases and/or illness affecting health and beauty among women prevalent in the United States and the causes, or prevention of associated causes).

United States Nature's Medicine (Studies and reports upon the natural medicines in the United States and the industry, in general. NO ADVERTIZING).

United States Reforming Civil Law (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists involved with civil law reform through legislation intended to relieve tension in the United States).

United States Reforming Criminal Law (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists involved with criminal law reform through legislation intended to eliminate judicial / law enforcement disparity or inequality in the United States).

United States Reforming Family Law (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists involved with family law reform through legislation intended to relieve family oriented legal problems in the United States).

United States Reforming American Prisons (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists involved with prison reform through legislation intended to improve prison conditions / effectiveness in the United States).

United States Know Your Rights (Articles designed to educate Americans, in lay terms, of their legal rights and privileges in the United States).

United States Representing Yourself (Articles designed to educate Americans, in lay terms, of the pro se process, policies, and methods in the United States Judicial systems).

United States Reforming City Hall (Articles, including historical evidence, of successful methods of fighting against abuse by local officials at the local level throughout the United States).

United States The Right to Dissent (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the activists involved with enforcing American rights to disagree with, and effectively speak out against government policies in the United States).

United States Culture Clubs (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the various culture oriented clubs / organizations in the United States that present either a benefit in social reform, or a threat to National security).

United States Haterbators (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the various psychological profiles of groups,organizations, individuals in the United States that present that focus their efforts on HATE and considered a threat to public safety and / /or National security).

United States Life with Disabilities (Studies and reports about living with disabilities in the United States and the "disabilities" industry, in general.

United States Families & Government (Studies and reports about Governments and/ or its policies in the United States that do harm to American families).

United States GBLT Agendas (Articles and reports out gay, bi, lesbian and transgender activist groups, including the group agendas for social and politically oriented efforts).

United States Pressing Social Agendas (Personal views of rarely discussed social agendas).

Arts & Politics (Defining and reporting upon the political artists and how the Arts are used in politics in the United States).

Impact of Imagery (Defining and reporting upon the people can be, and are, influenced by imagery in the United States).

Expression v. Censorship (Defining and reporting upon Freedom of Expression rights and protections, and how many creations get censored in the United States).

Visual Impressions (Defining and reporting upon Artistic Expression through visual media, and how many people in the United States are affected by them).

Arts Activist v. Politicians (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon activist artist efforts to either support or oppose politicians in the United States).

The Cultures Clash (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon artists in the United States whose creations clash with a cultural framework).

Definition Creation (reports about how artists in America define their creations, in a technical sense).

MEDIA RELATED:

Generation 2.0 (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the new generation of activists involved with social and political reforms and their effectiveness in the United States).

Opinion-entertainment (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the new generation of activists involved with social and political reforms and entertaining, opinion oriented media in the United States).

Televisual Impact (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the new generation of activists involved with social and political reforms through televisual systems, and the effectiveness of their efforts in the United States).

Fair Use Policies (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the use and misuse of other peoples artistic, literary, or visual properties, and the implications of the "fair use laws" in the United States).

The Information Age (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon the "Information Age in the United States and technologies influences on our society).

Visual Voices (Video presentations of Americans expressing their personal views on any of the issues listed above).

Change the Station (Comparing, defining, or reporting upon how the mass media in the United States has manipulated our population and why we should refrain from relying upon them.).

Beceriler: Her şey Kabul, Makale Yeniden Yazım, Article Writing, Sosyal Motor, Web Güvenliği, WIKI

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