|1.||Review, analyse and critique discipline-based knowledge in businesses and organisations to identify and interrogate complex problems and develop a broad perspective of discipline-related research undertakings, both in general and more specifically research within one or more sub-disciplines;|
|2.||Critically review basic research construction and evaluation and demonstrate discipline-appropriate application of research terminology;|
|3.||Justify the use of research methodologies as relevant to particular examples of social and business research investigations;|
|4.||Conceptually map the research process, identifying researchable problems and developing a defensible conceptual framework for research;|
|5.||Conduct critical reviews of research output; and|
|6.||Discriminate theories relevant to the applicability and limitations of experimental, survey and case study research.|
|Literature Review||Literature review & structured abstract||30%|
|Other||Questionnaire development, piloting & administration||40%|
Business Research Methods: A Managerial Approach 3rd ed
Bryman, A., & Bell. E. (2011)
Oxford University Press, Oxford
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