Writing a Thesis

Writing a Thesis - WRITING A THESIS A developed thesis...

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RITING A T HESIS A developed thesis statement has THREE parts: 1. Context 2. Subject 3. Claim Here’s an example where Context Subject Claim (CSC) are identified: In the film version of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein , the monster depicts the detrimental CONTEXT SUBJECT effects of isolation and alienation on the human subject . CLAIM Here is that same thesis demonstrated with the graduated triangle: CONTEXT S UBJECT CLAIM “film version of Mary “the monster” “depicts the detrimental Shelley’s Frankenstien effects of isolation and…” Thesis Statements Dos A thesis statement should : Consist of three parts: a context, subject, and a claim Be able to be objectively proven Be debatable Reveal a perceptive point Thesis Statement Don’ts A thesis statement should not : Be self-evident Be a statement of fact Be a statement of summary Be a statement of a plan Your thesis should address the following questions: Why is this significant? So what?
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