The UVic Writer's Guide

Drawing Conclusions

In the process of evaluating your sources, you will also be drawing conclusions from them. Although you will be researching from a particular point of view, you should try not to let this view blind you to what your evidence tells you. A good researcher is at all times a sceptic, questioning whether the evidence would support a different conclusion. If it does, you may need to re-evaluate your thesis or explain why your conclusion is still valid.

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