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ASSESSMENT COVER SHEET(AS2)
MA International Business
Business Research and Study Skills
September 2021 (Autumn)
Assignment - Project Proposal – Report 2,500 words
Business Research and Study Skills – Research Proposal
Assignment 2 (LO 1) - 70%
DATE OF ISSUE:
17 September 2021
The Learning Outcomes this assignment will address are that students will be able to:
1. Critically evaluate, analyse and interpret subject-specific information from a wide range of appropriate sources.
The aim of this assignment is to test your knowledge and ability to critically appraise and question ‘evidence’ at a number of levels, and to demonstrate an understanding of the assumptions and practices that drive research designs at a postgraduate level. It also addresses your analytical and critical thinking abilities and your analysis of qualitative and quantitative data appropriate to a master’s level degree.
As well as to:
This assessment is for you to produce your written Research Proposal (maximum 2,500 words) reflecting your refined research question and proposal, with research design suitable for submission for ethical approval. This is the first stage of the research project and will include critical argument and a coherent research design with consistent underpinning methodology supported by literature. Self- assessment to include evaluation against the performance during the presentation.
Produce a Research Proposal – maximum 2,500 words – setting out your refined research question and proposal, with research design suitable for submission for ethical approval. This is the first stage of the research project and will include critical argument and a coherent research design with consistent underpinning methodology supported by literature. Self-assessment to include evaluation against the performance during the presentation
Assignment Format Guidanc
Title Slide: The details of the module, student name and ID number.
Introduction: The background, the context and the aim of the project.
Key Sections: Setting out the rationale, objectives and implementation for your project research, etc.
References: Identification of literature and other sources used and referred to in the text. Ensure that all references are quoted at the end of any quotations, definitions and web- sourced materials. Submission of a report without references will not be allowed. Use the Harvard referencing system for your referencing.
Appendices: Do not provide appendices, unless agreed with your module tutor.
Your lecturer will provide you with the required guidelines and format, however the following will help your thinking.
A typical 2,500-word proposal would reflect the following format:
Your proposal should be a maximum of 2,500 words, in addition to your timetable and references or a short bibliography. The proposal might not be perfect at this stage and may change once you start to undertake the research.
Total words - 2520 words.
What are the characteristics that will attract a high mark?
Structure of the reports
Depth and knowledge of the subject
Ability to convey information accurately and succinctl
Any act of plagiarism and collusion will be seriously dealt with according to the regulations. In this context the definition and scope of plagiarism are presented below:
Plagiarism is defined as the act of using the work of others, intentionally or unintentionally, without acknowledging the source of that information or inspiration. “Even if the words are changed or sentences are put in a different order, the result is still plagiarism” (Cortell, 2003).
Collusion is described as the submission of work produced in collaboration with others for any given assignment based on the assessment of individual work when one person shares his/her work with others who submit part or all of that work as their own work.Critically evaluate, analyse and interpret subject-specific information from a wide range of appropriate sources In this assignment, it is acceptable to discuss various ideas and concepts with others, but the substantive application and coverage in your submission must be your own work.
Any information or work that is not yours needs to be referenced as per the Harvard Referencing System or else may be considered as plagiarism. Copying from someone’s work can be unintentionally done if you are unaware of the rules for acknowledging and referencing direct quotations.
The Harvard system of citation requires you to use a given convention that places primarily the authors’ surnames and year of publication within the text.
According to Bell (1999), as you write your report, you will use a citation to indicate in your text the source of the information. This is called in-text referencing.
The authors and publication information cited within the main body of your work must be listed in the reference list. For example:
Bell, J.; (1999), ‘Doing your Research Project’, (3rd Ed), Buckingham: Open University Press.
Critically evaluate, analyse and interpret subject-specific information from a wide range of appropriate sources. Detailed guidance on the Harvard Referencing System (HRS) is available on the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).For further details and guidelines on Harvard Referencing, visit the following link: http://tinyurl.com/jtq47gm or follow the instructions on Harvard Referencing Guide provided by London Met University Library
1. Critical analysis, evaluation and quality of arguments/discussion including integration of academic literature review (not press, media or jargon from the web) and theoretical concepts.
a) Outline of proposed research approach and methodology – Mark 20%
b) Coverage of ethical implications – Mark 10%
c) Consideration of data analysis approaches in the context of the proposed research – Mark 10%
3. Structure (Appropriate sections and appearance, formatting etc.)
4. Presentation (Academic writing style and referencing)
Critically evaluate, analyse and interpret subject-specific information from a wide range of appropriate sources
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