What research strategies have been used to investigate this debate/controversy?

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(Semester 1, 2020/21)

Assessed Coursework

HRM Dissertation

40% Assignment

This coursework is a 4,000 word document comprising two elements:
A 2,500 word length critical review of literature on a topic related to HRM and employment relations. This can be a review of the literature and research on one of debates covered in the module, or any other topic relevant to HRM and employment relations research (please check with your module leader if you are unsure about your topic).

A 1,500 word length essay outlining your proposal for your dissertation.

Your 2,500 word review of a debate/controversy in HRM and employment relations may consider the following issues:

What are the main theories and concepts have been used by researchers within your chosen debate/controversy?

What are the main studies which have looked at the chosen issues?

What research strategies have been used to investigate this debate/controversy?

What are the strengths and weaknesses of these research strategies for investigating aspects of the debate/controversy?

What are the unresolved research questions in this area, and what avenues of research might be pursued in the future?

Your 1,500 word dissertation proposal should include:

Aims and objectives of your proposed project,

A brief recap of the relevant literature (as set out in your literature review above),

A proposed methodology,

Reflection on any ethical issues raised by your proposed research.

Assignments should be a maximum of 4,000 words in length.

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