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Epistemology & Ontology: explain your approach to knowledge and how you know something.
Identify if you are more positivist or more interpretivist.
Remember you may not be one or the other, but a combination and somewhere on a spectrum from one to the other.
Consider how you would answer:
This is primarily a reflective essay, where you explain how you think and know. Therefore, use of personal pronouns is acceptable.
However as this is an academic module, academic protocols and formatting apply. I expect to see evidence of your reading with in-text citations and a reference list
Word count- 1000 -1200 words
Due Week 6 22nd October
Poster and one page
The poster content based on research methodology and you need to provide a description of the methodology in the text.
Read methodology journals to learn of innovative ideas and approaches to research, or base your poster on a research article on a specific approach to data collection, or on a way of doing research that appeals to you.
Summarise how the research was done, theories that informed the work and choices, process of data collection, and how the findings were analysed.
Do not explain research results, outcomes or recommendations- focus on the methodology, data collection and analysis.
Include the full reference to the article you summarise, also include your name and student number on the poster. (Ronan Treanor Student No.; 11702575)
Acts as a guide people through your poster. Gives a synopsis of your work and provide a framework for further questions or discussion.
Explain why you choose this particular research methodology, what appealed to you to this choice. This may because of innovation, shared epistemological understanding or it raise questions for you.
You will share your poster in small groups during the tutorial on Monday evening, Week 7. If you cannot attend, it will be recorded and you can watch back later.
However, all students are expected to submit a poster plus their one page talking points.
How to make poster
Use PowerPoint - use a blank slide and open the design tab.
Select slide size and custom size. Make width 91 cm, length 121 cm. This is approx A2 sized.
Insert text boxes, images, etc.
Use free images such as clip-art or copyright free images
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