Answered By: Josette Kubicki
Last Updated: 30 May 2017     Views: 23

The 'discussion' stage of your report or journal article should not contain any 'new research' you have discovered. Rather, your 'discussion' should discuss your findings in relation to your hypothesis and/or objectives and the literature review you earlier conducted.

For good examples of discussions, look for studies related to your topic in one of the Library databases. To find an appropriate database, visit the Subject Guides and pick a guide appropriate to your topic.

For further assistance in writing a discussion, contact Study Skills

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