- Summary and conclusion - approximately 10 per cent of dissertation. This chapter should summarise your main findings, central arguments, and relate them to your original hypothesis/es. Finally state the importance of your work and reiterate the main points.
- References. All references applied in the text.
- Bibliography. All background sources not referred to in text.
- Appendices Large tables and figures logically in logical order.
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