How To Create Unique Research Paper Titles About Love
How many books, movies, sonnets, plays, dances and songs have love as their theme? Trust me, you won’t be short of finding something on this subject! Having said that, you may be feeling like you don’t know where to begin. Well, if that’s the case, here are some great suggestions to help you on your way.
- With such a broad theme, the first thing you’ll need to do is narrow down the subject. You’ll also need to make sure that there are plenty of sources to research and use as supporting material.
- The arts, as mentioned, are one place where you’ll find the theme, but you could look at the subject from various angles. How do scientists see it from a chemical reaction perspective? What do psychoanalysts have to say? What different types are there? –Platonic (in which case, you should take a look at Plato!), romantic, brotherly-sisterly-motherly, godly…
- You should choose the subject that you’re interested in the most, as passion always comes across in writing- particularly with this topic!
- Once you have chosen your main area, you should narrow it down even more. ‘Love in the arts’ is a pretty big topic in itself after all! So, you may want to focus on Shakespeare for instance. You may want to narrow that down further into his sonnets or certain plays. You would need to think about what questions would arise and what answers you might expect. Study what others have had to say about the bard’s relation to romanticism. Think through as many questions that pertain to the theme as you can before plumping for your research paper’s title.
- If you do choose a subject as well known and as much written about as William Shakespeare, it’s even more important to make it a one off theme in your title. It will be hard to find a specific angle to come from, but the more you can do that, the better your paper will be.
- It will certainly help if you study other papers about the topic. You will find a plethora of examples online and there will be plenty in your campus library. By looking at samples, you can see what subjects have been done to death, which could be expanded upon and which are just duds!
If you decide to choose a more obscure subject, this could work in your favour- but remember not to pick the subject just because of its obscurity!