Research Paper on Abortion - Interesting Writing Prompts
Abortion is a controversial issue that opens allows for a large field of topics. These can run the gamut from moral to legal. Below are just a few examples that could assist in narrowing the scope of abortion. Note that there are many more areas that could narrow this subject and give you a better idea on the kinds of questions to ask.
- Women Rights
- Health Concerns to Women
This is also a good idea for any other issue or subject you encounter in your academic writing career. It helps to narrow anything you come across as most topics or subjects an instructor gives you will be broad on purpose.
The reason for this is encourage you to think about the subject and research it.
- Take the issue or subject and whittle it down into specific topics or areas.
- Whittle those topics or areas into specific questions.
We’ll move on to the second one next. Ask yourself questions about the subject or topic. If asking questions about the narrowed topic seems too…narrow, ask questions of the greater subject.
- Why abortion is considered cruel?
- Why do anti-abortion factions consider abortion murder?
- What are the laws and opinions on abortion in other countries and how do they vary from the US (or your country)?
- What are the costs of Planned Parenthood?
- Women’s rights and abortion.
- What health concerns does abortion pose to women?
- Extremism groups and abortion.
- The history of abortion in the US (or your country).
- Government’s role or lack of a role in abortion.
- What are the moral concerns about abortion?
Even though this article is mainly to cover writing prompts, we’ll give you a refresher on developing a thesis statement with the question. It’s not complex and there are several different outcomes you could get from only one question.
You can choose to answer all or one question here. The more you answer the better. This is a good idea if you plan to address several topics throughout your paper. If you plan on addressing one question, you will need to put a lot of thought into how you came to your conclusion.
After coming up with the logic between your question and answer, this will be the bulk of your paper. You’ll need to research your path to the answer to support your thesis statement and give it more legs.