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most awesome discussion sections in journal articles

What articles have the best discussion sections and conclusions? My request is selfish. There’s an article that needs an improved discussion section. When I write, I often consult publications that I consider models of good writing. However, I usually focus on the core argument, often presented at the beginning, rather than what happens at the end. So what are examplars? Feel free to promote your own articles if you really think you have a rockin’ discussion section.

Written by fabiorojas

September 15, 2009 at 12:54 am

Posted in academia, fabio

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  1. i actually just re-read Bearman & Parigi’s “Cloning Headless Frogs…” paper (SF 2004) for a class i’m teaching and thought they did an especially good job with that part. Though, admittedly, i am likely reading for an *entirely* different purpose at the moment than you are thinking about.

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    shrinkingisaac

    September 15, 2009 at 2:29 am


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