Getting Expert Help With Topics for Research Papers

When you do set out to find a suitable topic remember that you need something interesting enough to you that you don’t get bored during the process. You need something that also has enough existing literature and background information that you can create a cohesive paper. You should gather your first few topic ideas and then conduct rudimentary research on them to find out which potential paper topic has enough existing literature from reputable and academic sources that you can fully develop a paper on it. You don’t want to pick a topic that you love (but didn’t research) and try to write a paper only to realize a few weeks in that there is not enough existing literature to craft a good argument… or worse that there is enough information but it is all related to the other side of the argument.

If you need some help picking your topic then consider the examples below. You can take a side or seek to answer a question related to the topic which has not yet been adequately analyzed and answered:

  • Write a paper about the death of Osama Bin Laden
  • Write about the women’s suffrage movement
  • Write about efforts to protect animals that are endangered
  • Write about the cost of America’s war on drugs
  • Write about how texting has changed literacy among teens
  • Write about human evolution
  • Write about the technologies used by homeowners to conserve energy
  • Write about how the current educational system is not teaching children adequately
  • Write about whether adults who have obese children should be charged with child abuse and have their kids taken from them
  • Write about whether the government should step in when it comes to diets
  • Write about whether birth control access inhibits teen pregnancy or not
  • Write about oil spills and their damaging effects

When you write an essay no matter the type you will need to complete the following phases:

  • Deciding on a topic
  • Researching your topic
  • Creating an outline
  • Writing a draft
  • Editing the draft

Your paper will include:

  • A cover page
  • An introduction
  • A body
  • A conclusion
  • Reference

You may be asked to format your paper in a specific format style which might include:

  • APA
  • MLA
  • Harvard or
  • Chicago

If a format was not assigned to you be sure to ask your teacher.

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