You will need
- - the text of the thesis.
Your thesis must include at least two chapters, and each Chapter will have at least two paragraphs. Complete each paragraph a small intermediate conclusion, lying in two or three paragraphs. At the end of chapters formulate a General conclusion, summarizing the main trends, approaches and definitions presented in this part of the study.
Conclusions to the whole thesis work are given in section "conclusion". The volume of detention, on average, is from 2 to 4 pages. For students of the Humanities would be a mistake to believe that the conclusion is just some common words. On the contrary, the findings of the study should be formulated extremely accurately, clearly, concisely and reflect the main theoretical and/or empirical research results.
One of the best ways to present the findings of the thesis is their thesis statement point by point. The number of points can vary from three to ten (hard rules here, no). This method is the formulation of conclusions will enable the reader, and you "grab" key provisions of the thesis.
The conclusions of the diploma work should correlate with the stated in the introduction, the objectives and hypotheses. Indicate confirmed if you were in the beginning assumptions. Give, if necessary, the predictions of the studied phenomenon, indicate future prospects for further study. Great value will have practical recommendations for solving the problem.
Remember that the conclusions should be not formal, but substantive. Therefore, do not write: "there were different types...", "we described the structure...". Better: "was the following types...", "the examined structure includes...". Otherwise, the reader or listener will get an idea only about the areas and stages of your work, but not about specific results.
Conclusions to the thesis are not suppose to bring any examples, quotes or unnecessary detail of a particular piece of research. All of this should be contained in the main body.
Avoid abstract, General words, poorly correlated with the particular topic of your research. Welcome the clear structure of presentation of findings.