80030 Research Methods12cp
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This subject introduces methodologies for research and evaluation, usability, appraisal, critical comparison and reflective writing, as relevant to a diversity of disciplines and interdisciplinary areas. The subject equips the student with a wide range of methods suitable for structuring and thinking critically from a researched context about design, that may range from a theoretical, historical and conceptual research approach to applied, practice-based and project-centred projects. Its content may be oriented towards the student's successful written and project components of the honours degree.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.25