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25 good topic ideas for your cause and effect essay:
1. What causes rainbow, and what are the usual effects of it?
2. Why are planes usually delayed, and what are the possible consequences? You can talk about financial consequences of delayed flights. You can also talk about the benefits of delayed flights: think about all those saved lives because hundreds of flights get delayed during awful weather conditions, etc.
3. Explore causes and effects of terrorist acts. Remember that motives for terrorism are not always religious, as may seem in a lot of cases (American colonists were also called terrorists by Great Britain at some point).
4. Why do people sometimes change their image, and what may be the consequences for such drastic changes?
5. Write a cause and effect essay about forest fires.
6. Why are kids sometimes grounded by parents, and what are the effects?
7. What were the origins of Olympic games and how that changed throughout the history: what might have caused those changes in perception?
8. Talk about Inquisition.
9. Why did corsets appear, and what was their impact on fashion and perception of female beauty?
10. Why people marry and what follows marriage?
11. Think about plastic surgeries: effects of plastic surgeries. You can concentrate either on the physical consequences or talk more about the change in beauty standards, caused by thousands of plastic surgeries performed every year.
12. Volcano eruptions can be a good cause and effect essay topic.
13. Why do people sometimes move to different countries, and how it changes their lives?
14. Talk about the smoking ban.
15. Fast food restaurants: why did they appear, and how do they shape our lives?
16. Write about the rapid computerization of the world.
17. What are the causes and effects of us polluting the seas and ocean?
18. The “36-24-36 (90-60-90)” Rule: where did these beauty standards came from, and how can they become a problem for regular women?
19. Traffic jams – any ideas?
20. Sexual revolution – changed everyone’s lives: great topic for discussion.
21. Obesity is a serious problem and there’s a lot to address.
22. Why the European Union was formed, and what has changed with its appearance on the political map of the world?
23. What were the historical causes for Renaissance? What was its impact on culture?
24. Telecommuting – causes and effects.
25. Talk about causes of hunger (in separate countries, or in general), and its effects.
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Chart 1 is showing us that market fluctuations are getting faster and more extreme as trading is open to the digital age and trades are made faster. there is no relation to debt. To an amateur investor it actually looks like healthy growth, until one realizes how much artificial stimulation is propping it up.
Chart 3 is showing the typical market cycle as the fed raises and lowers the borrowing rate in an attempt to spur or stem growth while the world economy is effected by different variables.
There’s really nothing novel or any connection you can glean from any of these charts.
Lithium (Li) is the third element with a total of 3 electrons. In writing the electron configuration for lithium the first two electrons will go in the 1s orbital. Since 1s can only hold two electrons the remaining electron goes in the 2s orbital. Therefore the Li electron configuration will be 1s22s1.
Li has 1 valence electron.
In a dissertation, it is adequate if one has a decent knowledge of the new discoveries in order to arrive at the conclusion effectively. In a thesis one has to substantiate the hypothesis with original research work. The hypothesis or the ‘synopsis’ should contain the gist of the new findings one has made on a subject of research. The written thesis should contain all details of original research work that one has made on the subject. (A thesis may be subjected to scrutiny for any plagiarism to determine the originality of the effort.) Another finite difference between the two is that in a thesis analysis of any existing literature is added, whereas a dissertation by itself is an analysis of any existing literature.
The difference between thesis and dissertation are given below:
- You have to utilize already collected information in order to prepare a dissertation whereas thesis is based on the research conducted all by yourself.
- Thesis is lengthier, thus, takes more time to be completed while dissertation is short; therefore, it does not consume too much time to be completed.
- In thesis, you have to include a hypothesis based on your research work. In contrast to thesis, you should have a decent knowledge of the new discoveries in order to infer your conclusion effectively in dissertation.
- In thesis, you have to focus on your primary argument in order to prove your standpoint to the readers. In contrast to thesis, dissertation focuses on your background work.
- In Master’s dissertation, you have to utilize the research work in order to prove your point; in case of PhD thesis, you have to add novel findings to existing literature.
- Thesis is written as an academic research paper while dissertation is more like an academic book.
- Data collected in dissertation is based upon the hypothetical analysis of contents whereas your Thesis is comprised of theory and argumentation based on original research.
Well, actually, you can do that. I have myself, so you can take my word for that. I’d to good to know a little more about your assignment, but supposing it is your basic book review, you can focus on the image of the main character (if it is fiction), what techniques does ze use to draw the attention of the audience/influence their opinions, etc. (if you write on non-fiction).
You can use your basic format for essays: introduction – background – thesis – arguments and rebuttal – conclusion, it’ll help to make your essay convincing.