2162.18 - Advanced Methodology in Master Learning
Advanced Methodology in Master Learning
Mandatory course on the third semester Shall have passed the course in Methodology in Master learning
The purpose of Advanced methodology is to support the students in developing their methodological skills and approach in preparation for their master’s thesis.
Knowledge about: Identifying and selecting relevant literature for conceptualizing a methodological approach. The use of problem driven, reflexive and contextual practice in academic research Methodological implications of a problem field, a research question and problem based work. The role of the researcher and research ethics in the research process
Learning and teaching approaches
The course is based on lectures, thematic seminars and active participation from the students.
The student should be able to: Assess problematics within a chosen theme and their analytical perspectives. To critically reflect on epistemology in knowledge production related to a chosen subject. Demonstrate knowledge and skills of the ethical implications of knowledge production Skills to synthesize theoretical approaches that help to identify problems and types of problem within a chosen theme Competences to understand the analysis of a chosen thematic as reflexive, contextual and problem driven practice.
Written individual assignment, 3000-6000 orð
Bibliography is available on Moodle. In addition, the students should supplement with individual literature. Indicative number of pages is 200.
Erika Anne Hayfield