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How do I write a discussion chapter?

How do I write a discussion chapter?

By the end of this chapter you will be able to answer the following:

  • What is the discussion chapter and why is it needed?
  • How do I structure the discussion chapter?
  • What should I do now?

What is the discussion chapter and why is it needed?

You would have already provided your results and some interpretation but as yet you would not have actually discussed the implications of the data, instead saving it for this chapter. The chapter is sometimes referred to as the evaluation chapter as it evaluates the data in light of your aim and objectives.

From the outset of your research, you would have had thoughts about what to include in this chapter, issues ...

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