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|Unit chair:||N Weerakkody|
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This unit covers the research process from choosing a research topic to writing a scholarly or non-scholarly report. It examines selecting a suitable theoretical framework for a project, searching for and reviewing the literature, research design, ethics, sampling, measurement, data collection, analysis, interpretation of results and the use of relevant computer software. Surveys and content analysis (quantitative); depth interviews, focus groups and field studies (qualitative); and case studies, are the data collection methods covered in researching media texts, audiences and industries. It also discusses the applications of these methods in the everyday professional practices of media production, journalism and public relations.
Analytical essay 2000 words 40%, Research proposal 3000 words 60%.
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