Sometimes, the best ideas are sparked by looking at many different options. Explore the list below. Some of these topics are rather controversial and that’s the point. In an argumentative essay, opinions matter and controversy is based on opinions, which are backed up by facts. Choose one topic. State your position on the subject. Thoroughly discuss your main points. Support your arguments with information obtained through research. Identify and discuss opposing viewpoints. Refute them with evidence.
- Is Social Media Making Us More Narcissistic?
- Should What People Say on Social Media Be Grounds for Getting Fired?
- Is Our Culture of Online Shaming Out of Control?
- Does TV Capture the Diversity of America Yet?
- Does Reality TV Promote Dangerous Stereotypes?
- How Much Can an Artist Borrow From Earlier Musicians Before It Becomes Stealing?
- Is It Possible to Separate Art From the Artist Who Created It?
- Do Bystanders Have a Responsibility to Intervene When There is Trouble?
- Does Suffering Make Us Stronger and Lead to Success?
- Does Achieving Success Always Include Being Happy?
This essay must be 1500 words minimum. At least of four secondary sources are required, two must be peer-reviewed or scholarly. Use Times New Roman, 12-point font. Double-space, number your pages. Include a Works Cited