You cannot just take and compare dancing styles of the 1950s and the modern era. It is a too large gap. You should investigate dancing decade by decade. So, start with the Flapper Era of the 1920s and continue analyzing dancing changes through the history.
You should also choose some feature of dances to point to because there are a lot of them, and you will not be able to make a profound analysis in just 7 pages.
It’s too long. Once you reach the end of the sentence, you forget what was in the beginning. Common problem. I’d split it into a couple of smaller sentences. I don’t like the word “societal” and “with the current situation evolving”, either.
The idea is nice but isn’t it getting overused?
Perhaps the problem is that you don’t understand the material itself. Ask someone to help you with the tasks, you’ll feel more motivated when you realize what you are doing.
Besides, it’s always fun when you start coping with the tasks well
That depends on what your research is going to be about. There can be various topics. You can touch upon the rape issue in the context of politics and decision-making.
You can also perform a research examining the preventative measures different institutions introduce in order to prevent such incidents.
Or you can focus on the assistance centres that help the victims of raping to cope with the shock.
Although I do not particularly support the Wetsboro Baptist Church, their freedom of speech should be protected the same way anyone else’s freedom of speech is protected.
As long as they keep their protests to speech only, I see no harm in the Supreme Court’s decision.
I suggest you reading it by yourself and making your own assumptions and conclusions.
Religious literature is not the one to mess with.