I need a thesis statement for Human Trafficking and I don't know where to start to write it.
The thesis statement is a one or two sentence statement which sets the tone of the paper and gives the reader an overview of the content of the paper.
I tend to construct thesis statements in a subject-description-triple content model.
Human trafficking (subject) is a growing evil (description) destroying communities (content 1), expanding gang activity (content 2) and robbing the innocence of the world's youth (content 3).
The model lets the reader know the subject of the paper, your view of it and the supporting arguments you plan on providing in the paper. The rule of three makes a paper easy to read and provides enough content for the discussion. Sub-sections can always be introduced to address additional areas of concern.
There are many aspects of human trafficking that can be addressed in a paper. The first step to writing the thesis statement is to decide what areas of human trafficking you want to focus. Areas you may want to include loss of innocence, financial cost, slavery, sexual abuse, emotional scars, gang activity, degradation of communities, judicial burden, or the difficulty in tracing missing persons.
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