Reportage or commentary?

 

When the time comes to reveal your research results in writing, there are two basic choices, and the writer needs to decide upon one of them. Either the raw results are presented without embellishment, followed by a separate chapter on their analysis, or else the results can be presented alongside a running commentary or analysis. Both styles have merits and demerits and each academic discipline will have its own preferences and standards, so an important role of the supervisor is to coach the research student in the form that is conventional for that academic subject.

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