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Practical Research: Writing research proposals. Hannah Jones SO914 week 9 2013/14. Writing a research proposal. Research design Presentation and language Resourcing, budgeting and timetabling Ethics Research impact and dissemination Working with partners. Research design.

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practical research writing research proposals

Practical Research: Writing research proposals

Hannah Jones

SO914 week 9 2013/14

writing a research proposal
Writing a research proposal
  • Research design
  • Presentation and language
  • Resourcing, budgeting and timetabling
  • Ethics
  • Research impact and dissemination
  • Working with partners
research design
Research design
  • Research field
  • Research questions
  • Aims
  • Objectives
  • Methodology
  • Methods
  • Analysis
  • Dissemination
presentation and language
Presentation and language
  • Clarity
  • Originality, ‘innovation’, excitement
  • Gaps in the existing research
  • Feasibility (resources, money, time, people)
  • Your skills and track record
  • Outputs (engagement, impact, collaboration)
ethics
Ethics
  • Data collection
  • Data management
  • Analysis
  • Dissemination
  • Impact
  • Collaboration
research impact and dissemination
Research impact and dissemination
  • Who is the research for?
  • What will it change?
  • What will you do to share the research findings?
  • What will you do with the raw data?
working with partners
Working with partners
  • Other researchers
  • Other research organisations
  • Research users
  • Research participants
  • Partners/stakeholders?
writing
Writing
  • Feedback, collaboration and advice
  • Format
  • Think of the reader
exercise 1
Exercise 1

Write an abstract of your planned research project. This should be between 200 and 250 words, and set out:

  • The general issues and debates that your study will engage with
  • Your specific aims and objectives
  • The research strategy you will follow to meet these objectives
exercise 2
Exercise 2

In groups of no more than two or three, take it in turn to be one another’s ‘critical friend’.

Person A spends 10-15 minutes asking Person B about her research project. [e.g. What are your research questions? What are your aims? What are your objectives?]

Help and encourage Person B to refine the abstract s/he has written by asking further questions and reflecting on the answers together.

Then swap roles.