Tutor profile: Nathaniel D.
What is a good writing process?
A good writing process starts with a question! What are you trying to answer? What message are you trying to convey? Next, thorough research and analysis are required, using appropriate sources to back your claims. Next is the outline process. Create an outline with your thesis, your body paragraphs, how you plan on incorporating your sources, and how you want to tie it all together in the end. Then you write, following appropriate citation formats, ensuring all references are completed and accurate. Lastly, you proofread your assignment and turn it into a writing lab for editing purposes.
Subject: Political Science
Is a bipolar world safer than a polar world?
The structure of world powers is very complex. However, I argue that a bipolar world is far safer than a polar world. In a bipolar system (think USSR & USA during the cold war), you have two main powers that act as a check and balance on each other. If this system were not present, a hegemonic power could do whatever they wanted with no fear of repercussions. But, by having a bipolar world, you are limited in your ambitions as the second power has the same abilities as you.
Subject: World History
What were the main causes of World War I?
First, it is difficult to answer this question in the confines of this prompt. However, it can be argued that there are four causes of the First World War. They are alliance structures, growing militarism across the globe, nationalism, and colonization/imperialism. Each of these causes can be discussed across an entire book, hence the difficulty answering it in a short prompt.
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