|Originally posted by MeLLyMeL |
If i have to do a research paper on a topic... can i just make my thesis statement be how 'effective' it is in treatment? Right?
Ugh - I feel like if I narrow it down to one specific disability then I will have less information to research. Instead, I can list how effective it is in different disabilities.
I am so lazy lol
Well, thesis statements have to be very specific in terms of what is going to be covered in your paper. So as long as you say something like..."In this paper I will describe the various ways that therapy benefits people with x, x, x, x, types of disabilities.." you should be fine. In fact it can even be more specific than that. A strong thesis statement should tell your reader exactly what they can expect. Write it as if the person reading it is totally new to your field, and therefore has no fucking clue what you're talking about - until after they're done reading your paper, of course.
If you want more help, I've never gotten less than an A on a research paper.