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- When you have identified significant relations, patterns and themes in the object you are analysing, you will need to think about what these may mean. This is called interpretation.
- When we speculate about the meaning of discovered relations in an analysis we should ask the important question: ‘so what’.
- In other words, if we claim that something in our analysis is significant, we need to be able to explain why it is significant.
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