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You should write a design of 3,000 words for a research project to answer one of the research questions listed below. N.B. The assessment is not to provide an answer to the research question – we do not want you to research the subject matter but put together a research proposal showing how you would carry this research out. How would you provide a valid, reliable answer to that question and what would be feasible and ethical to carry out? You should not be constrained by the potential budget available for doing the research. Your research design will be assessed on: a) the clarity of your research question – this should include specific factors and relationships between them which are to be the basis of the research inquiry. b) your specification of the methods chosen to answer the research question. c) your evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of your methods, integrating within this the different epistemological approaches that can be undertaken when doing research and why you have chosen this particular way. d) how your choice of research design is influenced by lessons from the literature on social research methods. e) your ability to judge the ethical implications of your selected research design. f) your analysis around what your methodological approach will inform you about the relationships between the variables in your research (if qualitative approach) and causality (if quantitative approach). You can have a mixture of both if you wish. May l request that writer uses the following text books to be used when addressing the project. 1. Bryman, A. (2012) Social Research Methods, 4th ed. Oxford: OUP. Accompanying this book is an online resource which you may find useful as you progress through the weeks: http://global.oup.com/uk/orc/sociology/brymansrm5e/ 2. Orme, J. & Shemmings, D. (2010). Developing Research Based Social Work Practice. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. The below two are ebooks and can be accessed below: 3. Walliman, N. (2011). Your research project: Designing and planning your work (3rd edition). Sage Publications: London. (Please note that some chapters in the module from this text are from the 2005 version of the book), 4. Bell, J. (2014). Doing your research project: a guide for first time researchers in education, health and social science. Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill Education. You will also have access to the below ebooks from the University Library e-collection, and they provide useful background context: 5. Babbie, E.R. (2012). The practice of social research. Cengage Learning. 6. May, T. (2011). Social research: issues, methods and process. (Open University, Maidenhead). 7. Carey, M. (2012). Qualitative research skills for social work theory and practice. (Farnham Surrey, England). You may also find it helpful to visit the below sites for further information on social research: University of Kent Q-Step Centre (for information on various research methods initiatives at the university). Dartington Service Design Lab (formerly Dartington Social Research Unit for information on various research projects around children and young people).