Line up a range of planning research methods and see where they are best applied.Oversee the production of a literature review. Adopt a research strategy to match your study area. Produce a research proposal in preparation for a future dissertation.
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31 Aug 2020
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This subject is a prerequisite for other subjects and must be taken prior to URP650 Planning Masters Dissertation.
It is strongly advised that you have completed at least 150 credits in the degree including URP530 Planning Theory prior to enrolling in this subject.
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This subject was previously known as Planning Research Methods.
This subject examines the appropriateness and design of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, critical thinking skills and literature reviews. Design of an individual research program for a topic to be undertaken in a dissertation.
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