Outline your epistemological position (knowledge is founded on the abstract descriptions of meanings, shaped by human experiences) and ontological position (subjectivist’s view of reality) 

Clearly outline the research questions and problem(s) you seek to address 

Detail the most important concepts and variables 

Briefly describe your methodology (don’t worry too much about that) 

Discuss the main findings 

 Discuss the layout of the thesis (lit review, methodology, findings and discussion, conclusion, abstract / references) Conclusion: A good conclusion should restate the thesis statement and highlight the key points of your work, explaining to the reader why your work is important and how it contributes to the field.