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Emotionally ChargedPlay
Divisive topics often involve emotions, not just facts, which can make discussions heated. SlideThe debate over gun control became divisive as emotions flared on both sides.
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Social ImpactPlay
Divisive issues can affect relationships, sometimes causing people to avoid or end contact with others. SlideThe politician's stance on immigration is so divisive that it has split the community.
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Neutral UsagePlay
Remain neutral when using 'divisive' to describe a subject without taking sides. SlideThe professor described the topic as divisive, urging students to consider all perspectives.