EH 102 Brenau University Psychological Power of Storytelling Research Paper



EH 102

Brenau University


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EH 102 RESEARCH PAPER Checklist Content:

Are the paper’s claims appropriate for the assigned topic?

Is the overall argument carefully developed with effective support?

Does it avoid summarizing?

Does it avoid repetition?

Is sound thinking clearly and creatively expressed?


Is the introduction engaging? Does each sentence in it build toward the thesis?

Does each body paragraph begin with a topic or “bridge” sentence?

Do all body paragraphs clearly support the central theme or thesis?

Is each paragraph coherent? (Does each sentence logically flow from the one that

precedes it?)

Are all paragraphs unified? (Does each maintain focus on the claim in its topic sentence?)

Are the transitions between paragraphs logical and smooth?

Does the conclusion emphasize the main points of the paper without simply repeating

them? Does the conclusion offer memorable language in its final sentence(s)?

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Topic: The Psychological Power of Storytelling
Introduction: Storytelling is therapeutic.
Thesis: This essay focuses on the role storytelling play in helping people with mental problems.
Paragraph one: Impact of stories on lifestyle
Paragraph two: Narratives as problem-solvers
Paragraph three: Indians story
Paragraph four: Different versions of stories
Paragraph five: Stories about experiences
Paragraph six: Stories told to a singular person
Paragraph seven: Conclusion
If people with mental problems hear positive stories they are likely to recover from their illness.

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The Psychological Power of Storytelling
Storytelling is therapeutic. It can help a person heal psychologically, get over a traumatic
situation, and help understand what others have gone through. The Truth about Stories is that
that's all we are!" It is an assertion that Thomas King made in his short story "The Truth of
Stories." King talks about how human beings are just stories in our world and how their
experiences told over time change and evolve their narrative. As they tell others about their
experiences, they educate and teach others about themselves. Others learn how to either follow
or avoid their mistakes. As the stories are told and retold, the details change and are adapted to
the surroundings of the storyteller. They take on another's truth and experiences to fit a new
narrative and therefore, becoming part of another person's story and portrait. Storytelling is a
way for humans to share a part of themselves with others. As this is narrated, people take what
means most of the account to them and apply it to their own lives. If a person feels no
connection to the story, then the details are not remembered and therefore the narrative changes
and history lost. Like King's story, Michael Mancini also wrote an article story about the impact
of stories in mental healthcare, which also talks about stories and how they are told, and the
many different versions of these, which can be formed and changed over time. Stories connect
people to prove Thomas King's assertion, which is, "that the truth about stories is that, that's all
we are." According to King, stories can impact life of a person in different ways depending on
the situation that person is in. These stories do this by speaking about the different ways stories
can be told, their different versions and the point of view of the storyteller. Therefore, stories...

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