A List Of Interesting Research Paper Topics On Government
How well do you know your government? Most of us sit through the news every other day, discuss policies in government from time to time but our understanding of the system we are discussing is almost zero. Most of the time history students in particular will be put to task to write a paper about the government. This is one of those tasks that you know you can handle, but for some reason you might not be too confident about it.
Lack of confidence is one of the worst mistakes that you can ever commit in an attempt to prepare this particular paper. However minimal your understanding of the subject is, you should always know that if you apply yourself into the task, there is so much that you can achieve. Let’s have a look at some simple topics that you can present with respect to this particular paper:
- Discuss the difference between a representative democracy and a direct democracy form of leadership.
- With respect to some of the presidents that have been at the helm of the country in the past, what is the difference between a leader and a ruler in your opinion?
- How much democracy is too much? Discuss with reference to the democratic policies that are instituted in the workplace, school and even from the parliamentary level
- Take a close look at the constitution of the country and select one clause that you believe needs major amendment for it to meet the needs of the citizens appropriately. Discuss the flaws this clause and propose relevant solutions.
- Discuss how much power the individual states are supposed to have with respect to the federal government, especially when it comes to addressing issues such as abortion, gay marriages and legalization of marijuana.
- Voter turnout has been terrible over the past, and you have been appointed as a member of the committee of an election campaign whose success will depend on the turnout. Outline means through which you will be able to encourage more people to turn up and exercise their right to vote.
- Research and compare the two political divides in the country. Use relevant subtopics to elaborate your point of view.
- Using relevant subtopics, research and discuss how the colonialism and the scramble for resources in new lands is taking place in the 21st century.