Sociology Research Proposal (L4056)
Sociology Research Proposal
Module details for 2009 cohort.
FHEQ Level 6
This course allows you to plan a research project to be carried out in the following spring and summer terms. There will be introductory lectures on matters relevant to all students, and individual supervision on the working out of plans. You will be expected to choose a topic, do background reading on it and on potentially relevant methods, choose methods appropriate to the topic, make contacts and get permissions if these are required by the topic, work out a research design, and carry out any pilot work needed.
Please note that this course must be taken together with Sociology Project (L3031), which runs in the spring and summer terms.
See L3031 for Learning Outcomes as both courses must be taken
|Coursework components. Equal weighting for all components.|
|Research Plan / Proposal||Autumn Week 5|
|Presentation||Spring Week 10 (15 minutes)|
Submission deadlines may vary for different types of assignment/groups of students.
Coursework components (if listed) total 100% of the overall coursework weighting value.
|Autumn Term||LECTURE||1 hour||110001100000|
|Autumn Term||SEMINAR||1 hour||010000000000|
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