South Africa Anti-Apartheid Movement Research Paper
Movements Research Proposal Guidelines Length: ca. 1,000 words + references Due: 22 July 2020 The proposal for the core social movements research project will introduce the particular social movement organization (SMO) you are studying and how you will go about studying it (the most important part of your proposal). It should be about 1,000 words long (ca. 4 pages) plus your references from a preliminary literature search. Here’s a basic outline for a proposal that you might use for this one, adapted from Matthew McGranaghan’s “Guidelines on writing a research proposal” on the University of Hawaii website at https://www2.hawaii.edu/~matt/proposal.html. I realize that this is preliminary and you may not be able to provide much detail – but it’s also only 4 pages. Please point out any problems you are having with the research. This proposal counts for 10% of your course grade. A Basic Proposal Outline (pay attention to boldfaced items): Introduction Topic area Research question(Yours should be something like “How can the tools of the sociology of social movementsimprove the effectiveness of [your SMO’s name] bringing about social change?) Significance to knowledge Literature review (preliminary – can include course readings and more specific scholarship and other sources on your movement – Minimum of 2-4 scholarly sources (don’t have to be on your specific movement organization if you cannot find anything, but something on that type of movement) Previous research – Social movements and strategic planning (including the Popovich et al. guide and relevant course readings) – Your type of movement and, if possible, specific movement Your preliminary work on the topic The remaining questions Methods (Research Approach – how will you collect the data you need and use it?) – Data needs – what information do you need? – Methods for collecting the data – e.g., participant observation (attending an organizational event), websites, interviews (in person or online), email correspondence, news media, secondary sources, – Analytic techniques (again, the Popovich et al. guide) – Plan for interpreting results – Expected results – [Budget – don’t need that for this proposal] Bibliography (or References) …
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