Date of publication: 2017-08-28 06:38
It must be remembered that the effects of divorce on children depends upon their age and gender. In this case, adolescents feel anger, depression, guilt, fear and loneliness due to divorce of their parents (Temke, 7556, p. 7). Other teenagers are forced to hold mature responsibilities like taking care of their siblings and or earning a living for the broken family. The pressure of choosing one parent over the other is also stressful for a teenager.
I know that a topic for argumentative essay should be debatable but how do I find one that really is? I mean isn 8767 t any statement I subjectively make is debatable?
You can easily achieve what you want using the appendix package. Here's a sample file that shows you how. The key is the titletoc option when calling the package. It takes whatever value you've defined in \appendixname and the default value is Appendix.
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Another stressful event in the life of a teenager is having low grades in school. Although this problem is related to lack of confidence, parents must not take it for granted. Studies mentioned that working memory deficits of a teenager may trigger some learning difficulties and behavioral troubles linked to impulsivity, difficulties in focus, and hyperactivity (“Working memory, psychiatric symptoms, and academic performance at school”). Depression may also cause low performance of teenagers in school. It is also considered the gateway of resorting to drugs and alcohol abuse.
The definitions of both types of paper can make it confusing, for sure. A position paper is more formal and has a goal of taking a side in a debatable topic and defending it. Not only this but you should also try to convince the audience to take your side. This is the kind of writing you see in scientific journals, law publications, etc. While a personal reflection is all about giving a response to a personal experience or event. The blog posts 8767 authors use this style all the time.
Hi, Mike. Thanks for this question. The problem with argumentative essays is that you have to find a topic that can be almost equally supported by two different parties. In other words, there should be enough pro and con arguments. For example, if your thesis statement subjectively states that there were not that many soldiers killed during the WWII, this fact can be easily refuted by the official statistical data. And if you say that the WWII was the most disastrous war of all, it is a debatable topic.
I don 8767 t know why teachers pay so much attention to thesis statements. I mean, there is a whole paper ahead to find out if the content is any good. But still, nice post. Helps a lot in getting one 8767 s head around this topic.