Answered By: Stephanie C Gillespie
Last Updated: Mar 16, 2017     Views: 22

This website helps you build a solid thesis statement. Use the database to find two people, historical times, literary movements, countries, cultures or religionspolitical movements, books, or products to compare/contrast and your claims. Have questions? Ask a Librarian!

Kibin Thesis Statement Generator (www.kibin.com/thesis-builder/type)

  1. Choose “compare and contrast essay”
  2. Type in your two comparison topics (ex. Black Power Movement and Civil Rights Movement)
  3. Click on your stance
  4. Type in examples of how they are similar (ex. worked towards achieving equal human rights for blacks and staged protests when the human rights of blacks were violated)
  5. Add another set of differences and type in examples of how they are different (ex. 1. BP occurred throughout the United States while CR occurred primarily in the southern United States, 2. BP mostly did not allow whites to join while CR allowed whites to participate)
  6. Click on orange “Show me my thesis statement” button.

My example thesis: “Whereas Black Power Movement and Civil Rights Movement are different as Black Power Movement occurred throughout the United States and mostly did not allow whites to join, while Civil Rights Movement occurred primarily in the southern United States and allowed whites to participate, they are also similar as they both worked towards achieving equal human rights for blacks and staged protests when the human rights of blacks were violated.”

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