Framing a Study Design
This chapter considers the processes of working with your findings: "discussing" them in the context of other literature. Each of these requires an understanding of the nature of the knowledge world into which you hope your findings will affect an entry. Although everything in your written report is undoubtedly important to you, and an indispensable element of the whole lived, embedded, embodied subjective human experiences. Determining which ideas constitute the appropriate level of importance for further discussion requires that you understand the nature of your research question, the knowledge community from which the question arose, the construction of your data, and also the interpretive processes through which you transformed them into findings. The authors documented the profound impact that chemosensory changes had for many patients, inducing a sense of joylessness and irritation, as well as compromising the ability to maintain adequate nutrition.