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Assignment 2

etc. e.? [Reflect back on Lecture 1] . What will be the final structure of your dissertation look like. How are you going analyse your data when you have collected it [Lectures 7. Structure of final work. Research Philosophy. draft chapter headings. 8 & 9 and Tutorials 6 & 7]    4. In which philosophical paradigm are you rooting your dissertation [Lecture 6]  2.Methodology  1. Data Analysis Techniques. 8 & 9] 3.g. other main sections to your work. Ethical Issues [Lecture 10] 5. Data Collection Methods How are you getting your data and what data collection tools are you using [Lectures 7.

 Positivism Reality Single reality in the mind of people  Interprevetism No single reality – reality is different from context to context Constructionist Ontology “What is the reality” Epistemology – “How can we get the reality” Realist/Objectivist Empiricist Interpretivist Research Approach Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Research Methods Questionnaires Focus Group/Interviews/Observation .

QUANTITATIVE  QUALITATIVE   ƒ Surveys and questionnaires Interviews ƒ Ethnography & observation    Documentation Case study Focus Groups .

Once your data has been collected it must then be processed and analysed so it can be used as meaningful and useful information that informs your study .

Surveys and Questionnaires SPSS SPSS stands for "Statistical Package for the Social Sciences" and is software which can help you to develop arguments based on quantifiable data using statistical methods .

 Examples Include:  Template Analysis  Content Analysis  Grounded Theory .

 Examples Include:      Informed Consent Risk assessment Storage of private information (confidentiality) Right to Withdraw Maintenance of objectivity  Personal Reflexivity – keep a journal/diary .

2. Introduction 3.2.1.1. Introduction 1. Research Purpose 1. Interviews 3. Appendices . Methodological Review 6.2.2. Stakeholder Theory 2. Methodology 3.5. Literature Review 2.4.3.2. Summary 3.2.1. Data Analysis Technique 3. Reviewing the Aims and Objectives 6. Overall Conclusion 7. Limitations and Further Research 6.2.3. Objectives 2.4. Overview 1. Cultural Heritage Management 2. Philosophical Positioning 3. Discussion 6.1.1.3. Summary 4. Aim(s) 1.1. Findings 5. Conclusion 6. Introduction 2. List of References 8.Title Page Table of Contents Abstract 1.2. Data Collection 3.3. Research Ethics 3.4.

Data analysis technique 4. Data collection 3. Research Ethics     . Philosophy 2. It should be easy – 7-8 references for each of the below section 1.