Writing About Issues


A matter of concern or debate: economic issues; political problems; racial tensions.

An item issued at one time by a business, government, or organization. Often used to refer to a single copy of a magazine, newspaper, or other periodical.

When it comes to writing issue-oriented articles, it’s important to remember that you should not take sides. Your objective should be to present both sides of an argument in a fair and balanced manner. It’s also a good idea to make sure your facts are accurate. Taking the time to research your topic will help you avoid making inaccurate statements that could lead to a legal battle or public embarrassment.

Increasing Political Polarization. This is a great social issue to write about, as it is happening around the world and affects all types of people. You can write about this from a variety of perspectives, including healthcare bias, science, and international politics.