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    I'm not sure about this. I was researching.
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    You can argue both sides but in the end, you have to come to one conclusion, which you think is the strongest and ties all of your research together.
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    Multiple findings, one over-arching conclusion, possibly nuanced with caveats.
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    (Original post by pretty_)
    I'm not sure about this. I was researching.
    Definitely, although you have to mention both of your conclusions in one paragraph.
    So "I agree to a certain extent ...." or "this shows X as well as Y, thus both are accounted for......" You just have to state what you find are the overall factors.
    Hope it helps
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    Yes, but it depends how you write it. The risk is you look indecisive.
 
 
 
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