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  • 4 years ago

The following thesis is flawed. In the box below, write a stronger thesis for the same topic. Flawed Thesis: In this essay I am going to talk about social problems in Germany.

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  1. StudentOfPeace
    • 4 years ago
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    This essay will discuss a range of social problems. It will focus upon the German state. ?

  2. lolalexander
    • 4 years ago
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    but really, the thesis is most likely flawed because it is too general. what kind of problems: socioeconomic, cultural, racial? you can't really talk about ALL the problems in germany however, if i had to write a thesis it would be: In this essay I will discuss a variety of social dilemas the German state faces today.

  3. Bleakz
    • 4 years ago
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    Also, don't ever use the first person in an essay or paper about non-personal things.

  4. britchenhauer
    • 4 years ago
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    What Bleakz said, "In this essay I am going to talk about..." makes the thesis bad already. Just state what you're going to try to prove with your essay, then follow it up with the body. Ex: "WWII led to social problems in Germany that are still fought over today," or whatever you're talking about.

  5. FrannyBlue
    • 4 years ago
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    Is it modern Germany? Germany during the 1920s? What caused the social problems? Delete the "In this essay" and definitely do not substitute "This essay will discuss...." for it. ugh. A terrible start that reveals a lack of serious thought.

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