Now let’s follow up a list of the best debate topics related to politics, media and business. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice. Having an interesting, intelligent debate with others can fresh up our minds. There are lots of current topics for us which can be discussed together.
Politics, media and business are everywhere within our lives. We can’t help but encounter them and the questions that come with them daily. Politics have especially been full of debate topics since 2016’s presidential election and President Trump’s first year. Laws and politicians are constantly being debated among average Joe citizens, whether we have much of a say in them or not. Political debate topics are just something most people can’t resist sharing their opinion about. As for me, I don’t really like to have debates about politics as I think people can get very passionate about it, and it’s very easy to quarrel about it – and i absolutely don’t like quarreling. But media may be just as important as politics. As our source for all the newsworthy things happening lately, we depend on it more and more, perhaps more than we should. Not only do we like to debate about which news outlet is the most accurate, but we get infuriated at all the clickbait and angry at all of the bias. All while we can’t seem to stop consuming media in huge amounts every day. Especially when natural disasters like hurricanes threaten the very country and people we love.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three if the best debate topics related to politics, media and business from their list.
The first one is Do consumer boycotts work? Some customers like to punish brands for their political stances by completely boycotting them. But does this even make a dent in huge companies like Starbucks? The second topic can be Can bookstores stay alive and how? This question on our list of 11 best debate topics related to politics, media and business also begs the larger question- will the market for tangible books stay alive and how? The last tpic for today should be What were the best and worst moments of Obama’s presidency? No matter what you think of the former president, you should be able to come up with a good answer to this one.