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You stated the aim of the research project in your first chapter. These conclusions must indicate how you fulfilled that aim, and must arise inescapably from the argument in the discussion chapter. Researchers often state conclusions that they have failed to argue for. They had become convinced of them in the course of their research but, because they did not follow a process such as the one I described in the previous chapter for structuring the discussion, they had omitted to back them up in their writing.
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