The conclusion is where you summarize your arguments.
You should bring together and synthesize all the different threads and concepts running through the dissertation in this chapter.
Keep in mind that this is a very important chapter, so you have to make it crisp, clear and pertinent.
It is a good idea to have a paragraph devoted to each or your main chapters or main themes that you have addressed in your project; and to run through your findings.
Last week, we discussed how to write the "Summary and Conclusions" section for a paper.
We looked at what we don't want to see in this section in any paper - regardless of your excuse - and then we discussed how I go about writing this very section of a paper.
You have to join the beginning with the conclusion as you do in an essay.
You can almost breathe a sigh of relief as the dissertation is nearly finished.
However you may need to add a “Recommendations” section in your conclusion if there isn’t one.
If you recall all the other research articles you have read, they usually end in a call for more research.