A story that centers around a topic that is of interest or concern to readers. Issues can be broad, such as a war, or more focused on one aspect of the topic, such as social media use and addiction. They can also be controversial, such as a debate between opposing viewpoints or a disagreement between experts.
In literature, a well-written issue article provides an opportunity to develop characters with depth. A good example is a book on autism, where authors must carefully balance positive aspects of the condition with challenging issues and situations faced by autistic people. It’s important to include both sides of the issue in order to present a realistic picture to readers.
To spring, arise, rise, come up, emerge, derive, flow, issue, emanate or stem is to originate from a definite source or place. spring and rise often imply sudden or rapid coming into being, while come up emphasizes gradual growth or ascent. emerge stresses outward coming or protrusion, while flow implies a steady or continuous coming forth: the stream issues from its source.
As a global organization, the UN addresses many different issues that affect people worldwide: conflict resolution, peacekeeping, education, women’s rights, sustainable development, human rights, and the peaceful uses of atomic energy. NOW recognizes that violence against women is an interconnected issue that is tied to economic justice, reproductive freedom, and racial justice. NOW’s multi-issue, interconnected approach to women’s rights is reflected in our priorities: winning economic equality; championing abortion rights, birth control and other women’s health issues; fighting racism and bigotry against the LGBTQIA community; and addressing all forms of oppression against women.