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Writing your PhD thesis can be a tricky thing to do. Perhaps the first thing to do is to figure out what your topic is. For the sake of having an example, we will use child psychology as an example field of study. So, the topic has to fall in the child psychology theme. There are many to choose from; children going through divorce, children with mental or physical diseases, and even childhood obesity. All of these things can fall under the blanket term child psychology. For this example, we will pick children going through divorce.
After picking a topic in the broad field you decided to major in, the next step is to find a way to organize all the things you know about that specific topic. For instance, in the children going through divorce topic, you may know that children will begin to favor one parent over another, certain ways that parents can help the child cope with divorce, or even the certain chemical processes that happen in a child’s brain during these difficult times. The more organized you are, the easier forming your thesis will be.
For the example, the three statements above about children going through divorce will be a make-shift thesis statement. Of course, that specific sentence cannot be used for obvious reasons and some less obvious reasons. The less obvious reason (maybe one that students do not pay enough attention to) is that the way it was stated is boring. You need to remember that you are writing for an audience, and this audience has to be engaged all throughout the thesis. Starting off with a boring or weak thesis statement can completely change the readers’ view of your thesis for the worst.
A few ways to spice up your thesis are:
Besides waiting to write the paper, all of these tips can be incorporated into the example thesis. The final product could be: “When two parents go through a divorce, their children are ultimately the ones who suffer the most; it is important to know how your attitude toward the divorce affects children, how children cope, and how to help them cope better.” This thesis statement grabs the readers’ attention because now they want to know all of these things. They might be thinking, “How do children cope? I have to read on to figure this out.” Incorporating these tips into forming your thesis could help you create a stronger thesis, as well as one that is less boring and clunky for the reader. Remember, thesis statements do not have to be hard!