I have a few remarks on my out

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I have a few remarks on my outline and I need help... Im stuck 

Debate Question: Why are we motivated to buy things?Tentative Claim: In my view, we are motivated to buy things when we don’t havethe money and have to work hard for it.Supporting Reason 1 Working hard for what I want(better)-Example: If I want to buy something online that I have beenwanting for a long time, I have to work hard for it.-Related Source:“What’s behind American Consumerism?” -Amy NovotneySupporting Reason 2 Not having money to buy it for myself. Asking myparents (worse)-Example: When I don’t have the money for it, I ask myparents and show them how much it costs and what it is.-Related source“How American Shops Now” - Consumer Reports[OPTIONAL] Supporting Reason 3 convincing them that I really want it(neutral)

-Example: I have to do things they ask me to do to convincethem that I really want it therefor I have to do everything theyask me without complaining.-Related Source“How American Shops Now” - Consumer Reports

A few remarks:

The debate you seem to be engaging here (rather than the one you state) is what kinds of factors inform consumer decisions. 

What's unclear to me at this point is whether you see what you're doing here as some kind of solution to consumerism or if you're simply describing how you typically buy things.

Are you trying to figure out how Americans SHOULD make consumer decisions? 

Or, are you trying to figure out WHY Americans make the decisions they do? 

Pick one of those questions as your debate and modify your claim so it attempts to answer that question. 


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