|1. Your Project title||Project Title – the general topic/contextualise your project|
|2. Research question or hypothesis||Research question or Research hypothesis that will be investigated – start with a ‘working title’, this may change later when you research more about your topic. Remember that your text should answer your question (if your question does not match what follows in your Project Proposal, find one which does).|
|3.Reasons for choosing your topic approx. 200-300 words||Rationale- the reasons for your choice of topic. What were your original ideas? Where did they come from? Which one did you choose? Why? What is your interest in this topic? What is your starting point? The reasons for choosing your topic should lead you to a natural choice of research question or hypothesis. Objectives - indicate what you expect your work to accomplish and what conclusions you may be able to make. It is important to establish clear goals at the outset – based on the time and resources available. What do you hope personally and professionally to achieve from this project? Writing style – this can be written in a subjective style|
|4. Research review approx.. 500 words What has your research process taught you? (new knowledge)||Relevant past studies - What previous work have you found by yourself or other people related to this topic? Any reports/books/exhibitions? Theory – Your work NEEDS theoretical contextualisation. What relevant theories or material linked to your project have you encountered in your research? Sources of research/data - What kind of research have you done? Reading? Questionnaire? Survey? Visual Research? Please detail your primary and secondary research for the project. Sources of Research data – where did you find your information? How did you select your research? For example - books/journals/images/films/internet/designers/artists/literature/architecture/exhibitions/museums/libraries/retail outlets/boutiques etc Writing style – this can be written in a writing style that includes a combination of descriptive and critical/academic/analytical style|
|5. Analysis of Research/Data approx..500 words How have you used this ‘new knowledge’ to develop your project||Analysis and synthesis of sources – this is where you compare and contrast the views and theories you have sourced and show how they have enabled you to develop and inform your project. Why and how are these theories relevant/important? Application and evaluation – this is where you demonstrate how you have used your theory or theories in your visual work and answer the following questions: Were your expectations from the project research met? Was the reality different? Could you answer your research question? Did this make you change your research project or direction? Has your research question or project changed since you started your research? Writing style – this should be written in a critical/analytical style throughout|
|6. Conclusion approx. 100 words||Summarise the findings from your project. What is the outcome of your project? Is there scope to expand this project?|
|7.References (not part of word-count)||A list of all the background reading and the sources you used for this project; including books/journals/venues/images/films/designers etc. Please ensure you adhere to Harvard Referencing conventions throughout – use citethemrightonline.com to check this before hand-in.|
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