Debate Perspectives

Mindfray Debate Perspectives
Debate Perspectives feature prompts that discuss and scrutinize modern issues and personal interests.
Has social media helped or hurt the way we connect with people?
Is the U.S. heading on a collision course toward war with North Korea?
Can gun control help prevent mass shootings?
Contributor Perspectives provide our audience with unique viewpoints from multiple Contributors for a particular topic.
Contributors can use up to 400 words in response to a prompt, and they require a certain number of Contributor responses to become eligible for publication.
Once the set number of Contributors have responded to these prompts, they are compiled into a single article that highlights each Contributor’s unique response to the prompt.
In order to respond to Contributor Perspectives, you need to register an account and fill in your profile details.

Step-by-Step Instructions

(1) Register an account through Facebook, Google Plus or Email
(2) Go to the “My Account” section in your profile
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(3) Fill out the required “profile details,” which include your picture, name, biography and contributor highlight, then click “save changes.”
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You may also provide optional information in your profile, including:
Social Profiles 
Personal or Business Website
Background and Education
Causes and Interests
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In order to respond to a Contributor Perspectives prompt, click on the “Add a Response” button under the prompt of your choice.
Add your response on the following Perspective response page, including any additional information such as links to images, gifs, videos, etc., then click on the “Submit” button.
If you have not set up a Contributor profile, follow the built-in notifications when you click on the “Add a Response” button or review the “How to Start Contributing” section above.

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More Debate Perspectives

Do nurses make good or bad patients when they need medical treatment?
Is an advanced degree (e.g., Master’s, Ph.D., etc.) worth the extra education and cost?
Is a college degree necessary to have a successful career today?
Can people trust the information that they receive through the media today?
Are millennials as lazy and entitled as portrayed in the media?
Is Donald Trump heading down a path toward impeachment?

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