How to write a discussion for dissertation

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Discussion Chapter: Main Goals and Writing Approaches

2/03/ · Whether you are writing a PhD, Master’s or Undergraduate level dissertation, the discussion chapter (or section in a shorter dissertation) is going to be one of the most influential. This section is all about how you have 1) answered your research questions and 2) positioned yourself within the larger field of research. Organise the discussion into separate sections, moving from specific results to their implications. Depending on your topic, you could use the following structure: Summarise your key findings (if your discussion chapter is separate from the results) Discuss how the results relate to the literature review. 1/11/ · There are elements of the discussion that should be included and other things that should be avoided. Always write the discussion for the reader; Undertaking a Dissertation blogger.com: Dean Hess.

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Organise the discussion into separate sections, moving from specific results to their implications. Depending on your topic, you could use the following structure: Summarise your key findings (if your discussion chapter is separate from the results) Discuss how the results relate to the literature review. You can consider following this sequence: (1) refer to your research question; (2) provide the answer; (3) justify it with relevant results; (4) link your work to the work of others. Your discussion section is a review of your findings, and it should show you really understand them. 5/11/ · The 12 Steps to an Effective Discussion Chapter. To make sure your message remains crystal-clear, the Discussion chapter should be short and sweet, but it should fully state, support, elaborate, explain, and defend your conclusions. Take great care to ensure the writing is a commentary and not simply a regurgitation of results.

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Organise the discussion into separate sections, moving from specific results to their implications. Depending on your topic, you could use the following structure: Summarise your key findings (if your discussion chapter is separate from the results) Discuss how the results relate to the literature review. 2/03/ · Whether you are writing a PhD, Master’s or Undergraduate level dissertation, the discussion chapter (or section in a shorter dissertation) is going to be one of the most influential. This section is all about how you have 1) answered your research questions and 2) positioned yourself within the larger field of research. You can consider following this sequence: (1) refer to your research question; (2) provide the answer; (3) justify it with relevant results; (4) link your work to the work of others. Your discussion section is a review of your findings, and it should show you really understand them.

12 Steps to Write an Effective Discussion Chapter
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The 12 Steps to an Effective Discussion Chapter

5/11/ · The 12 Steps to an Effective Discussion Chapter. To make sure your message remains crystal-clear, the Discussion chapter should be short and sweet, but it should fully state, support, elaborate, explain, and defend your conclusions. Take great care to ensure the writing is a commentary and not simply a regurgitation of results. 2/03/ · Whether you are writing a PhD, Master’s or Undergraduate level dissertation, the discussion chapter (or section in a shorter dissertation) is going to be one of the most influential. This section is all about how you have 1) answered your research questions and 2) positioned yourself within the larger field of research. You can consider following this sequence: (1) refer to your research question; (2) provide the answer; (3) justify it with relevant results; (4) link your work to the work of others. Your discussion section is a review of your findings, and it should show you really understand them.

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5/11/ · The 12 Steps to an Effective Discussion Chapter. To make sure your message remains crystal-clear, the Discussion chapter should be short and sweet, but it should fully state, support, elaborate, explain, and defend your conclusions. Take great care to ensure the writing is a commentary and not simply a regurgitation of results. 2/03/ · Whether you are writing a PhD, Master’s or Undergraduate level dissertation, the discussion chapter (or section in a shorter dissertation) is going to be one of the most influential. This section is all about how you have 1) answered your research questions and 2) positioned yourself within the larger field of research. You can consider following this sequence: (1) refer to your research question; (2) provide the answer; (3) justify it with relevant results; (4) link your work to the work of others. Your discussion section is a review of your findings, and it should show you really understand them.