OxJournal is an academic platform for intellectually engaged young people. We publish high-quality, university-level research papers produced by 12-18 year olds under the supervision of an expert academic or researcher in their chosen field of study. We hope the papers published here will inspire you to further explore your own academic interests and potential.
Doughnut Economics: A Solution to Climate Change?
This paper evaluates Kate Raworth’s theory of Doughnut Economics in relation to combatting the climate crisis. As well as focusing on potential positives of the theory, the paper flags potential hurdles, and suggests actionable solutions.Read More
Implementation of Regenerative Farming in U.S. Agriculture
This paper seeks to summarize the economic impacts and contexts of implementing regenerative agricultural techniques in the US. It does this by analysing international policies surrounding regenerative agriculture; the current policies incentivizing unsustainable agricultural practices; and the profitability of sustainable agriculture for farmers on an individual scale, amongst other factors.Read More
Law and AI
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are rapidly changing the face of science, business and everyday life. This paper explores some of the potential legal implications of this swift development.Read More
Human Rights and Artificial Intelligence
As artificial intelligence technology continues to improve in almost every aspect of our daily lives, this research paper asks a crucial question: How does AI impact human rights? Looking at both the positives and the negatives, this paper offers a rounded view of the current situation, and suggestions to improve going forwards.Read More
What are the causal factors of Cluster B and C personality disorders and differences in treatment?
This paper examines the causes behind various Cluster B and Cluster C personality disorders, before going on to consider the efficacy of various treatment options in light of these causes.Read More
The Rise of Neurotechnology
This paper provides an overview of cutting-edge research in Neurotechnology, including clinical findings on the therapeutic use of neuromodulation techniques such as Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS), and different methods of Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation (NIBS).Read More
A Review of the Effects of Meglitinides as a Class of Oral Medications for the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes, Especially in Young Adults
Diabetes is one of the most prevalent diseases in the US, and it is vital that medical researchers continue to explore the most effective ways to manage and prevent the disease. The paper looks at the role Meglitinides might play in the future of diabetes care.Read More
Inhibitor Therapies of Type-2 Diabetes
This paper considers the clinical viability of Januvia and SGLT2 inhibitors in the treatment of type 2 diabetes in adults.Read More
Evaluating Performances of Content-Based and Collaborative Filtering in Business Settings
This paper assesses both content-based and collaborative recommendation algorithms. Using a combination of different metrics, it discusses their relative advantages and disadvantages as well as the viability of both models from a business perspective.Read More
How Will Chatbots Evolve to Help Us in the Future?
The potential future applications of chatbots are astounding, in fields as varied as education and retail. This paper considers the ways chatbots are already being used in a wide range industries, and looks forward to the future.Read More
What are the long-lasting effects of a demagogic leader on a democratic government?
This paper interrogates how democracy may feed on itself when there is the threat of a demagog leader. It evaluates information from government documents, news reports, public interviews, academic theory, and expert analysis in order to assess the effects that demagogic leaders have had in democratic systems.Read More
Culture Wars: The Divide
Culture wars are struggles between groups with differing social beliefs and cultural values. They’ve had major consequences for the political landscape in recent years, and this paper considers possible solutions – and whether we should really be trying to stop them in the first place.Read More