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Expository Research Paper Topics

by Loraine Walters
Created: 23.07.2019
Updated: 23.07.2019

List of 69 Expository Research Paper Topics

  1. Describe some nonmaterial things that make you happy.
  2. Describe some productive ways students can spend their leisure time.
  3. Describe the effects of marijuana.
  4. Describe the likely consequences of doing poorly in school.
  5. Describe the likely consequences of requiring a childbearing license.
  6. Describe the likely consequences of selling drugs.
  7. Describe the likely consequences of taking drugs.
  8. Describe the major stressors in teens’ lives.
  9. Describe the things that bring you the greatest happiness.
  10. Describe the ways you help out at home.
  11. Describe three objects that symbolize our culture and explain why you selected them.
  12. Describe three things you would like to change the world and explain why you would change them.
  13. Describe what you feel a boy should do if he finds out his girlfriend is pregnant.
  14. Do you think Japan should continue the manufacturing and distribution of androids?
  15. Explain how life for a teenager changes once she has a baby.
  16. Explain how moving from place to place affects teens.
  17. Explain how music affects your life.
  18. Explain the consequences of adopting a pass/fail grading system.
  19. Explain the consequences of having a job while in high school.
  20. Explain the consequences of having alcohol on the school campus.
  21. Explain the difficulties some teens have once they are in gangs.
  22. Explain the impact of different music genres on society.
  23. Explain the likely consequences of abolishing capital punishment.
  24. Explain the likely consequences of being kicked out of school.
  25. Explain the likely consequences of being sexually active without using protection.
  26. Explain the likely consequences of brothers and sisters constantly fighting.
  27. Explain the likely consequences of dropping out of school.
  28. Explain the likely consequences of ending forced busing.
  29. Explain the likely consequences of enforcing an 11:00 p.m. curfew.
  30. Explain the likely consequences of increasing the time between classes from five to 15 minutes.
  31. Explain the likely consequences of requiring students to wear school uniforms.
  32. Explain the likely consequences of skipping classes.
  33. Explain the likely consequences of skipping school.
  34. Explain the likely consequences of teens becoming sexually active.
  35. Explain why dealing with their parents’ divorce can be difficult for many teens.
  36. Explain why getting a driver’s license is an important event in the lives of many teenagers.
  37. Explain why it is helpful to organize your materials and activities.
  38. Explain why most teenagers are materialistic.
  39. Explain why parents are sometimes strict.
  40. Explain why some cities have curfews for teens.
  41. Explain why some schools don’t have open lunch policies.
  42. Explain why some students are forced to leave school once they are sixteen.
  43. Explain why some teenagers dislike saying the pledge to the flag.
  44. Explain why some teens commit suicide.
  45. Explain why some teens get jobs.
  46. Explain why some teens join gangs.
  47. Explain why some teens skip school.
  48. Explain why some teens’ parents do not like to be alone with their child’s boyfriend or girlfriend.
  49. Explain why someone you know should be regarded as a leader.
  50. Explain why students listen to a particular type of music.
  51. Explain why teens do drugs.
  52. Explain why teens love their parents even when family situations are difficult.
  53. Explain why teens smoke cigarettes.
  54. Explain why teens wear makeup.
  55. Explain why you admire a particular person.
  56. Explain why you are interested in a particular career.
  57. Explain why you especially enjoy a particular teacher.
  58. Explain why you like or don’t like working in a team.
  59. Explain why you prefer living in an apartment (or house).
  60. Explain why you should or should not laugh at embarrassing moments.
  61. Explain why your school work is important.
  62. How do you deal with double standards and unequal treatment of people in the workplace?
  63. How does 3D printing affect medicine, fashion and technology?
  64. If you are in a same-sex relationship, which country do you want to get married in?
  65. If you had to be an animal, which would you be and why?
  66. What are the specific instances where people experience gender inequality at work?
  67. Which materials are best to use in building a sustainable structure?
  68. Which social revolution provides the biggest impact on our society?
  69. Why do women stay in an abusive relationship?
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