Do social and economic factors impact quality of life in females in England?

Feb 15, 2024

Do social and economic factors impact quality of life in females in England?

1. Introduction (150 words)
Tell your reader what you will be forthcoming in this assignment.

2. Annotated review of 2 pieces of key literature (2 x 500 words = 1000 words)

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3. Rationale (150 words)

4. Aims (30 words)
This is your statement of intent, what you hope to achieve by the end of the research. It will be related to your research question.

5. Objectives (70 words)

6. Ethics (150 words)
ethics involved in using living people’s data/information.

7. Methodology (300 words)
In this section you will share on different methodological approaches – qualitative or quantitative. This section will be defended with evidence from the literature on what each of these methodologies are useful for and then, which one works best to address your research question.
These are the actions you will take to achieve your aims. Consider the following verbs to help you identify these actions: collect, construct, classify, develop, devise, measure, produce, revise, select, synthesise.

6. Ethics (150 words)
This will be where you reflect on the ethical considerations that arise from any research. Consent to participate, plus consent for information to be recorded, read, and disseminated need to be considered. Whether you are doing your own research or drawing on that of others, you need to be aware of the ethics involved in using living people’s data/information.

7. Methodology (300 words)
In this section you will share on different methodological approaches – qualitative or quantitative. This section will be defended with evidence from the literature on what each of these methodologies are useful for and then, which one works best to address your research question.

8. Study design (400 words = 2 x 200)
Here you will consider two study designs: one primary, one secondary (literature based). By thinking through both active data collection, with participants, and secondary data collection, from pre-existing research, you will be able to manage any unexpected transitions from one to the other when you undertake your research project.

Types of study design include, cohort studies, cross sectional studies, focus group studies, interview studies, [systematic] literature review, survey.

9. Feasibility, timing, and planning (200 words)
In this section, you will elaborate on how you are going to plan and manage your time through producing a GANTT chart. You will also consider how you will source your data (as people/articles), how many participants/articles you will include in your sample and how this number relates to the period allocated to do and write up the research. Further, you will also reflect on how you will manage unexpected change.
10. Dissemination plan (150 words)
This section elaborates on how you will share your research with different stakeholders or communities interested. Tell us about the ways of sharing you would use for your research participants, the public, other students, and the academic community.

11. Reflexivity statement (300 words)
In this last section, you will reflect on your own position in relation to the research you propose to undertake. Why are you interested in this study? Are you exploring a problem that affects you or your community? Or are you proposing to study a problem outside of your personal or community experiences? What are the different challenges that each position brings?

12. Conclusion (100 words)
Please summarise what has been presented here and underpin, based on the evidence presented above, why this proposed research is important to undertake.

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