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August 14, 2015
What a big issue in the U.S. In fact, it is such a large issue, that it is covered and discussed in political science, economics, sociology, history, nursing, pre-med, business courses, and more. And with such wide coverage in coursework, it is highly likely that you will be preparing a health care essay or paper in more than one course. And as these assignments are given, there will be specific essay types you will use to fulfill the requirements. Let’s take a brief look at the essay types that lend themselves to essay or papers on health care and the topics that best fit into those types.
This essay type is largely explanatory or descriptive. If you were to write a health care essay of this type, you would choose perhaps one of the following topics:
Notice that these essays are factual and more objective in nature. They do not involve an opinion or a comparison/contrast with other health care in other countries.
This might be the type of essay assigned in a political science, contemporary history, or sociology course, and typical topics might be as follows:
There are a wide variety of opinions about health care rights in general and the ACA in particular, and these lead to essay topics that require the writer to state an opinion and to back up that opinion with facts and information that might persuade a reader to accept a particular viewpoint. These will show up in history, political science, nursing, pre-med, economics, sociology, and business courses, and topics might include:
Students often ask what is the difference between persuasive and argumentative essay types. Here is the answer. While persuasive essay present an opinion that is then backed up with facts and data, the argumentative essay must present an opinion and, as well, the opposing opinion, in the hopes that the opposing opinion can be “debunked.” Topics might relate to the following:
No matter what type of essay you may be asked to write, there is just a huge amount of information and factual data available. Use it, so that your essay has credibility and validity.