How to start the conclusion?

The ending or summary appears in descriptive works. Usually we start with a reminder of the subject as well as the purpose of the work, in order to smoothly go to the reminder in brief what we have described / what we have come across in every chapter. All this to finally suggest further thoughts / hypotheses / research.

However, the ending and conclusions appear at the end of the research. Similarly to descriptive work, one can go from supplements with applications or a one-sentence introduction to conclusions (calculations), at the end of which will also be a short summary sentence.

Details should be avoided, because they should be included in the chapters of the work. However, we give the number when it is necessary. The ending should show that we can generalize and look at the topic from a distance.

How to start the ending? – examples

The aim of this study was to detect and analyze the relationship between the family environment and criminal behavior of the examined youth. And the analysis of the collected material tried to answer the research problems set out in Chapter II.

The problems presented in this work do not fully cover issues related to one of the most important resocialization factors of convicts.

The factual material presented in Chapter III authorizes the following conclusions: …

This work shows what the situation of a child in a rural family looks like and whether the rights guaranteed to him in the Convention on the Rights of the Child are respected. The accepted hypotheses have been positively verified and the intended goal has been achieved.

How to formulate conclusions? – examples

Formulating applications in points:

  1. Research has shown that the answer to the question that is the main problem: Does the family environment have an impact on juvenile delinquency? it is affirmative. Generally, it can be stated that the family environment influences the crime of young people.
  2. The family structure in terms of its completeness does not have a decisive impact on youth crime.
  3. Social and living conditions are an important factor in juvenile adaptation disorders. Lack of money is mainly due to the fact that parents do not work professionally, and housing is contributing to conflict with the law.

Formulating applications descriptively:

For example, the phenomenon of cigarette smoking includes a smaller percentage of young people (23%), however, the number of cigarettes smoked indicates the compulsive nature of this phenomenon.

How to finish the conclusin? – example

Summing up the above considerations, it can be concluded that children want subjective treatment on the part of their parents and accept them as they are. It is possible after getting to know each other’s feelings, desires and aspirations. I hope that the collected materials will allow parents to see the need to respect children’s rights and enable them to analyze their own behavior.

Sometimes at the end of the work, there are only conclusions without a summary sentence. However, it gives the impression that something is missing. It’s worth to add even one sentence ending and closing the work after pointing to the conclusions.