What is the experience of the children in forster care in the UK today?

Project description
Specific Assessment Criteria

Rationale for selected research topic, specific aims and objectives:
Relevance of proposed study, scope and accuracy of literature review:
Methodological soundness, including data analysis:
Ethical soundness:
Practicability and feasibility Presentation
Demonstrates exceptional academic writing style for this level of work

Knowledge & Understanding
Demonstrates a full grasp of the contextual nature of knowledge relevant to the topic.

Integrating Academic Learning & Practice
Resourceful and imaginative ability to integrate academic learning into practice

Work shows evidence of a mature and independent analytical approach.

Synthesis & Evaluation
Evaluates data to develop a strongly reasoned and articulated argument
2,500 words
Referencing ——– primary sources of evidence
N.B. Word limit not including references and headings

Aveyard, H. (2014) Doing a Literature Review in Health & Social Care (3rd ed.) Maidenhead. Open University Press,
Bryman, A. (2008) Social Research Methods, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Corby, B. (2006) Applying Research in Social Work Practice. Maidenhead. Open University Press.
Davies, M. (2007). Doing a successful research project: using qualitative or quantitative methods, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Dodd, SJ, & Epstein, I. (2012) Practice Based Research in Social Work: A Guide for Reluctant Researchers. London. Routledge.
Dominelli, M. Banks, S. Barnes, Brown, H. & Humphries, B. Chapters 16, 17, 18 & 20 From: Adams, R. et al. (2005) Social Work Futures: Crossing Boundaries, Transforming Practice. Basingstoke. Palgrave Macmillan.
Gould, N. (2008) Chapter 48 The Research Perspective. From: Davies, M. The Blackwell Companion to Social Work (3rd ed.) Oxford. Blackwell.
Hardwick, L. & Worsley, A. (2011) Doing Social Work Research, London: Sage.
Hart, C. (1999) Doing a Literature Review: Unlocking the Social Science Research Imagination, London: Sage.
Hugman, R. (2008) Chapter 50 An Ethical Perspective on Social Work From: Davies, M. The Blackwell Companion to Social Work (3rd ed.) Oxford. Blackwell.
Jesson, J. (2011) Doing Your Literature Review: Traditional & Systematic Techniques. London. Sage.
Macdonald, G. (2008) Chapter 49 The Evidence-based Perspective. From: Davies, M. Blackwell Companion to Social Work (3rd ed.) Oxford. Blackwell.
McLaughlin, H. (2009) Chapter 12 Researching Social Work. From: Adams, R. Dominelli, L. & Payne, M. Social Work. Themes, Issues & Critical Debates (3rd ed.) Basingstoke. Palgrave.
McLaughlin, H. (2012) Understanding Social Work Research, London: Sage.
Padgett, D. (2008) Qualitative Methods in Social Work Research (2nd ed.), London: Sage.
Pawson, R. et al (2003) Types and Quality of Knowledge in Social Care. Social Care Institute for Excellence. http://www.scie.org.uk/knowledgereviews/kr03.pdf
Shaw, I. & Gould, N. (2001) Qualitative Research in Social Work, London: Sage.
University of Bedfordshire programme to support Quantitative Methods in Social Work. Making Social Work Count http://www.beds.ac.uk/mswc

Websites of use
The Social Science Dissertation Companion:
Intute: Social Science Methodology
Survey Research Methods Section
A Sociological Tour Through Cyberspace: Data Resources, Research Methods, and Research Statistics
Research methods page
Many resources are also available on: Bryman: Social Research Methods Companion Web Site

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