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Discussing your results and referring back to the literature

In this session, we will examine how to discuss your research findings, of how your own research relates to the wider context, the limitations of your research and how these may affect the validity or usefulness of your findings, along with the implications of your findings. We will study some writing samples and you will be provided with a list of useful phrases commonly employed when discussing your research findings.

This session will run Tuesday 28 May 10.00-12.00, Room 0.013

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