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Drawing on 30 years of specialist research experience at the Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit, this unique course combines theory and practice-based sessions. On this course you'll develop your ability to undertake research and evaluations in the area of violence against women and children.
This course will focus on methodological approaches to researching forms of violence, which are primarily targeted against women and children (eg. domestic violence, rape, sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse, sexual exploitation and trafficking, crimes in the name of honour, female genital mutilation, stalking and harassment) and evaluating support and prevention initiatives/interventions.
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The course is assessed 100% by coursework, which involves the analysis of survey data followed by a research plan.
This will consist of two pieces of written assessments. The first, an analysis of survey data, will be submitted on day five of the course. The summative assessment is a plan for a research or evaluation project, to include a 2,000-word review of existing literature on methodological approaches to researching the chosen topic. The research plan must include an overarching research question, aims, objectives and a detailed case for the proposed methodology.
Students must pass both pieces of coursework.
Our courses are aimed at professionals currently working in the statutory or voluntary sector who wish to:
This course will be delivered by distance learning over six full days across one semester.
By the end of the module, you should be able to:
Former students have gone on to:
This course is delivered from 10am to 5pm. The dates for the next intake in 2021:
Thursday 14 October 2021
Friday 15 October 2021
Thursday 4 November 2021
Friday 5 November 2021
Thursday 2 December 2021
Friday 3 December 2021
The teaching methods will include group work, lectures, guest lectures, workshops and audio-visual material. Case study material will be supplied as well as recommended reading to support each session.
Please download the London Met Enrolment Form 2021-22 and send it to email@example.com.
The cost for this course is £885. Please pay online through our eShop.
For more information on course content, please contact the Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit on +44 (0)20 7133 5014 or the course administrator via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please select when you would like to start: