Discuss your findings. This section deals with what you learned from your research and should address the answers to your research questions.
In order to get an idea of what this section should look like, take a look at some of the articles you found and review the findings sections in those articles.
The idea here is to integrate the results of the various studies so that it naturally leads to the conclusion(s) you will offer in the “Conclusions” section.
What articles did you find?
Did the articles seem to agree with one another or was there much disagreement?
Did your articles deal with research studies or clinical trials — if so what did they find?
Any information found from a non-peer reviewed source must include a short discussion of the credibility of that information using the CCO method.
Last Updated on February 10, 2019 by EssayPro