WRITING & RESEARCH. Writing Conclusions

Jackowski, Melissa
September 2010
Radiologic Technology;Sep/Oct2010, Vol. 82 Issue 1, p98
Academic Journal
The article discusses the concerns of writing a conclusion in a research paper among writers. It states that conclusions must contain an analysis of results or findings, but authors often include a summary of their research in the section. It mentions that conclusions should also be associated with the previously published literature. Meanwhile, according to J. Creswell, there are potential limitations in a research such as the decrease of findings' generality caused by the sampling processes.


Related Articles

  • Authors: who they are and which their responsibilities are. Freitag Pagliuca, Lorita Marlena // Rev Rene;2014, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1 

    No abstract available.

  • Autor: quién es y cuáles las responsabilidades. Freitag Pagliuca, Lorita Marlena // Rev Rene;2014, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1 

    No abstract available.

  • Autor: quem é e quais as responsabilidades. Freitag Pagliuca, Lorita Marlena // Rev Rene;2014, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1 

    No abstract available.

  • Chapter 11: Submitting Your Query. Murphy, Donna // How To Write a Query Letter: Everything You Need to Know Explain;2013, p182 

    The article discusses the art of submitting queries which entails the writers to follow the guidelines for the submission from the publication or publisher that one is planning to approach.

  • BASIC ADVICE FOR MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION FOR JUNIOR FACULTY MEMBERS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS. Brewer, Ernest W.; Marmon, Dora; McMahan-Landers, Jama // College Student Journal;Mar2004, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p16 

    Although publication of scholarly articles yields numerous rewards, the journey to becoming published can be quite stressful. Preparing a manuscript for scholarly publication requires extensive time and effort. For new and future faculty, the task can be especially daunting. Approaching writing...

  • Writing for professional publication. Part 5: Creating interest. Fowler, John // British Journal of Nursing;1/12/2011, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p49 

    The first four parts of this series on writing for professional publication focused on the research and preparation required before beginning to write a potential article. In this fifth part of the series, John Fowler, an experienced nursing lecturer and author, explores the final step in...

  • How to Talk to an Author, if You Must. Satran, Pamela Redmond // Publishers Weekly;5/23/2005, Vol. 252 Issue 21, p86 

    Offers alternatives for publishers on dealing with authors whose books will be rejected.

  • Steevens or Whalley? A Question of Authorship. Vickers, Brian // Shakespeare Quarterly;Summer84, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p196 

    Focuses on controversy regarding the authorship of “A Neglected Critic of Shakespeare's Poetry.” Contents of the article; Comparison on Steevens and Peter Whalley's writings; Assessment on possibilities on the article's authorship.

  • THE MOST FREQUENT CONTRIBUTORS TO THE ELITE ECONOMICS JOURNALS: HALF CENTURY OF CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE "BLUE RIBBON EIGHT". Heck, Jean L.; Zaleski, Peter A. // Journal of Economics & Finance;Spring2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p1 

    There is a natural curiosity within the economic academic community regarding who are the most frequent contributors to the economic literature. This paper presents an analysis of the top publishers in the ‘Blue Ribbon Eight’ economics journals, over the past 50 years (1954-2003),...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics