When writing a dissertation or thesis, the results and discussion sections can be both the most interesting as well as the most challenging sections to write. You may choose to write these sections separately, or combine them into a single chapter, depending on your universitys guidelines and your own preferences. 2 Jul 2017 The Ultimate Guide to Writing a Dissertation. 2nd July If not, your findings chapter may end up a confusing and unorganised mess of random 26 Oct 2012 - 3 min - Uploaded by carescorptechA guide to assist you in writing the Discussion chapter of your research perfectly by
4 Mar 2015 The discussion is arguably the most difficult section to write. The aim of this dissertation was to … The main finding of this thesis is that … in United Kingdom
The purpose of the Discussion is to state your interpretations and opinions, explain the implications of your findings, and make suggestions for future research.
23 Jan 2012 Evans, Gruba and Zobel, in their book “How to Write a Better Thesis”, describe the discussion chapter as the place where you: “… critically for United Kingdom
Avoided. Always write the discussion for the reader; remember that the focus should be to help the about what you will write in the discussion section from.
9 Oct 2017 “Perceptions of the Difficulties of Postgraduate L2 Thesis Students Writing the Discussion Section.” Journal of English for Academic Purposes 5
Your dissertations discussion should tell a story, say experts. should include a humility section that addresses the studys limitations, write Cone and Foster. in United Kingdom
17 Jul 2013 I noticed that the Discussion chapter is one of the hardest to write, especially when you are so close to the results and your head is wrapped up