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How to write a research paper on the great depression
The great depression is considered a sad time in history that affected millions of people. One aspect that many people still find interesting today is how the economy crashed and so many people had trouble finding work. Then, there were highlights such as inventions and unique events that happened during this time period that were considered glimmers of hope for people trying to find their way. Writing research for this subject may include taking a few steps to help you use your time wisely. * Follow research paper guidelines carefully. You may be expected to include pertinent details about your research or follow a particular format. You should be able to refer to your guidelines at any time to make sure your content is on the path to meeting overall expectations. * Select a topic to focus research on. Topics ideas related to the great depression may include what started it, what did people do to earn money when they could not get a job, how did the economy grow from it, and what are ways to prevent this from happening again. Your topic should be something you want to learn more about and something you can comfortably contribute to. * Pick out significant details you want to mention. An outline can help you do this. The outline helps break up your paper into smaller areas to focus on. As you complete your research you can plug your findings in on the outline, then go back and refine them when you start writing. * Determine your thesis or main idea. You may work to support an argument or statement made about the great depression. The content you collect from research will help support this statement and it should provide clarity regarding the scope of the assignment. * Begin writing your paper by piecing your findings together. If you used notecards or an outline, this should be easy to do.…...

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