For my sociology class last year, I had to write a paper on relationships. The paper basically talks about how relationships have changed over time.
Topics in the paper include:
How much personal information people share about their relationships
Pre-marital sex - how its acceptance has changed
Homosexuality - how its acceptance has changed
The sex-ed system - how it has changed, how many people feel there need to be more changes
It covers a lot of "touchy" topics but is, by no means, something that is lewd or anything... Like I said, it's an academic paper.
What would be a good title/keyword for this hub/paper that could bring traffic?
Well, I'm looking for a title that would be more long-tail than that for traffic purposes. I'm also looking for one that would kind of incorporate all those themes (as they are all in the paper) so that it makes sense to the reader.
The paper is complete and pretty much ready to publish -- all I need is a title for it.
It makes sense to write a hub on each of those subjects and then one combining everything into one story.
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