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Discussion_Sample_Benchmark

Page history last edited by Aiden Yeh 9 years, 6 months ago

 

Link: http://www.slideshare.net/aidenyeh/writing-the-discussion-section

 

 

FIRST INFORMATION ELEMENTS IN DISCUSSION:

Specific Reference to the Study

1.      A reference to the main purpose or hypothesis of the study;

2.      A review of the most important findings, whether or not they support the original hypothesis, and whether they agree with the findings of other researchers;

3.      Possible explanations for or speculations about the finding;

4.      Limitations of the study that restrict the extent to which the findings can be generalized.

 

 

As the discussion section continues, the writer moves the reader’s attention away from the specific results of the study and begins to focus more generally on the importance that the study may have for other workers in the field.

LATER INFORMATION ELEMENTS IN DISCUSSION:

General Statements about the Study

5.      Implications of the study (generalizations form the results);

6.      Recommendations for future research and practical applications.

 

 

 

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