because they probably normally have boring topics that they find no interesting reading paper.
- For a subject like genealogy instead of simply researching and reporting the obvious facts, they can look for a controversial aspect to it; they can talk about the issue of genetically modified foods and whether they are good for human consumption. There are many angles to look at it. The research can be persuasive or argumentative.
- For sociology students looking at how human socialization has evolved over time, they can pick an interesting angle. They can look at the social media and the internet and how it has changed the dynamics of how people interact with each other. You can either support the advantages of using these social media or discourage people all the same.
- If you want to talk about mathematics, you can research about the origin of the subject. You can try to find out how practical certain aspects of the subject are to the everyday life of an individual.