Questions from our webinar on writing the Results & Discussion sections by Anup Vasudev
Last week's webinar from the Academic Writing Month Webinar Series "Your findings are fabulous: How to present your Results and Discussion" by @Anup Vasudev was an informative and insightful session. In this webinar, Anup explained how to organize your research findings and present them in the best possible manner through your Results section. He also provided excellent strategies to showcase your findings effectively in the Discussion section.
A big thank you to all those who attended the session live. Unfortunately, Anup could not take all the questions during the session as we were running out of time. As promised during the session, we will share the answers to the rest of the questions here:
- What do you mean exactly by saying in don't repeat results? Because if we gave result and in the discussion session we have to discuss them, we have to repeat it? Is it bad?
- When we compare our work with previous literature, how recent must the study be?
- My sentences usually get too wordy, so how do you de-clutter it. Any examples would be great.
- The difficult part is to not repeating results in discussion. Could you give more (detail) tips about it?
- How do we connect our theoretical framework in the discussion of our findings How de we actually signal this in our writing?