Conclusions and Literature Reviews This guide seeks to explain in simple terms the structure and purpose of dissertations introductions, conclusions and literature reviews. This document is a generic, non-subject specific series of explanations; readers should bear in mind that there are subtle differences in each subject discipline.
It is the last and most critical part of your review. This is where the reader gets a final extract of your literature review. A conclusion must be very well thought out and composed to give the reader a reminder of the whole review as well as an effective ending. A good conclusion must be able to.