This unit introduces students to contemporary approaches to research methodologies across various disciplines. It provides students with the skills to apply these methodologies in the formulation of a research proposal. The unit outlines the methodological challenges, hermeneutical questions, and new directions for recent theological research, and the responses across various disciplines to those new developments. Students will be introduced to the skills, competencies and technical methods that are needed to conduct and present high-quality research, including identifying a research topic, citation and bibliographical protocols, and obtaining ethics clearances.
Demonstrate a working knowledge of terms, assumptions and approaches to research that are current in selected theological disciplines
Critically evaluate key research methodologies and identify those that are most relevant to their own research topics
Demonstrate a familiarity with research methods and protocols.
Demonstrate an appreciation of the nature, purpose, ethical responsibilities and limitations of research.
Critically review scholarly literature relevant to their own research topics.
Develop skills in research design that clearly identify their research question, hypothesis and methodology.
Graduate Certificate in Research Methodology, all Graduate Diplomas, all Masters awards, all Doctorates
Lectures and Tutorials – face-to-face Recorded lectures which students will listen to for methodological or discipline-specific content, online asynchronous tutorials through ARK forum, interacting with both the lecturer and the other students
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Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 27 Jul, 2019
Unit record last updated: 2019-09-06 14:57:31 +1000