However you may need to add a “Recommendations” section in your conclusion if there isn’t one.
If you recall all the other research articles you have read, they usually end in a call for more research.
Perhaps your research leads you to ask new questions which deserve to be answered by researchers in the future.
You pose those questions here for others to try to answer in their research. This is not to cast doubt on your research, but rather to show yourself as an objective expert, who can ask pertinent questions which are still left to be answered in your field.
You have to join the beginning with the conclusion as you do in an essay.
You can almost breathe a sigh of relief as the dissertation is nearly finished.Chances are they would only skim through the chapters.Most readers do read the concluding chapter; after all why read the entire thesis when the last chapter summarizes the main argument and conclusions.Last week, we discussed how to write the "Summary and Conclusions" section for a paper.We looked at what we don't want to see in this section in any paper - regardless of your excuse - and then we discussed how I go about writing this very section of a paper.Just because your dissertation is at an end does not mean that it has fulfilled its purpose or that there is nothing new to research in the field. The end may be just the beginning for your career as an academic researcher.You may want to follow up on your research or you may feel proud that you have paved the way for others to follow.The general rule of thumb that is followed for a concluding chapter is around 5 pages for a Masters dissertation and around 15 pages for a doctoral thesis.However, depending upon your university, supervisor and your topic, the length of the chapter may vary.You have to state how your research has filled a gap in the body of research that has come before it and state what unanswered questions there are which arise from your research.These might form the basis for further research on your part in a Ph D programme, or they might inspire other post-graduate students to take up where your research has left off.