1 Admission into HBA-Bachelor of Arts (Honours) 2 Admission into HBA-FREN-French 2a Admission into HBA-INDS-Indonesian 2b Admission into HBA-ITAL-Italian 2c Admission into HBA-MGRE-Modern Greek 2d Admission into HBA-SPAN-Spanish 3 Admission into MLS-Master of Language Studies Must Satisfy: ((1 and (2 or 2a or 2b or 2c or 2d)) or (3))
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HASS7003 has been successfully completed
This topic prepares students to undertake their thesis component in language studies, at either honours or masters level.Topic selection, methodological approaches, analysis of literature appropriate to the area of investigation, and the identification of any areas of ethical concern will be addressed. It is expected that on completion of this topic students will have an approved research proposal that may be developed as an 18-unit dissertation/research project.
This topic aims to
Allow students to identify a viable topic that may be developed into a research project
Introduce students to methodological approaches in language studies research, both generally and as applicable to their own area of research
Assist students in developing a research question
Allow students to reflect on ethical areas when undertaking research in language studies
Develop students’ understanding of the breadth and depth of research required to complete an extended research project or thesis
Expected learning outcomes
On completion of this topic students will be able to:
Describe the specific stages of research and understand how a thesis is articulated
Place their own research into an justifiable research framework
Critically analyse, and articulate, issues identified in contemporary language studies literature, both verbally and in writing
Demonstrate methods to mitigate against potential ethical risk inherent to their research
Develop a coherent proposal for the development of a thesis/research project
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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