A good argumentative essay topic is debatable it has to be politically or socially significant so it can’t be just a matter of preference or something like like what’s the better party school you f or FSU you know yeah that may be debatable may even be researchable may be interesting to you but it’s probably not politically or socially significant I’m pretty good at trying to find something related I think for most students if they came to me that question I’d say well why don’t we take an issue that affects students who maybe party too much you know such as binge drinking has been shrinking a problem on college campuses or or what are the effects of you know drinking too much or maybe researching with something like should campuses do more to combat sexual harassment or sexual assaults those kind of things. Find out about essay`s research angles at Edusson.
So trying to find a political or social angle to research and finally researchable which probably makes sense and this does speak to what I was saying before is that you want something where you can find sources you don’t want a research question that maybe is politically or socially significant and debatable and interesting to you but there’s just not enough sources for our particular assignment out there so that’s where the assignment comes into play because you do need at least 10 sources to begin with and certain kinds of sources you do need library sources and some of these may not be as viable so like what are the effects of the war in Syria I mean now it has been going on quite a while but it’s still going on so I don’t know if we can necessarily make an argument about the effects of the war on Syria when it’s not resolved right now or something that’s too small or narrow like should Clermont build a shopping village at Plaza Kalina this was before they built all the Chevy dealerships and Mazda dealerships and we became a purchase a car on highway 50 row.
Can you tell that I’m not pleased with all that anyway that would be hard to research given that we have to go through the library databases and find certain types of sources could we find sources on the internet probably maybe even 10 about that because it’s the internet it’s wonderful has so much stuff but I don’t think we could find the kinds of sources we need for that question but something like is standardized testing and effective method of assessment we could find we could definitely find 10 sources we can find some Pro we could find some con we could find some of the databases find some of the internet so that meets our assignment needs and it is researchable so where can you find these topics well you can start off by brainstorming just looking at your own life and trying to think about you know what you’re interested in and what you might want to research that’s one way to think about things.
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