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Qualitative dissertation An Investigation into the identity of British born Afro-caribbean between the ages of 28- 32 whom have migratedQualitative dissertation in UK English
Questions for 5 black afro carribbeans, 3 women 2 men whom were born in england hom left to live in to 2 men to Trinidad and Tobago and the women to Barbados. All aged between 28 – 35. Fill out answers to suit the analysis.
1. What was your childhood like?2. What was it like going to school?3.4.5.
5 question only, i have left the others blank for the writer to add own questions to enhance the answer responses
The dissertation is to show how black afro caribbeans interviewed whom were born in england but did not feel that they had a british identity however through social interactions – they have created and feel at home having moved to there parents country of birth and settled there.
Please use the work of Max Webber as he is a core tenet of Weber’s approach to theorizing the social world was that we act based on our interpretation of the world around us, or in other words, action follows meaning.
And work of Herbert Blumer, George hernert Mead and Erving Goffman regarding symbolic interactionism and apply it to race and gender to compliment answers
please make the literature review relevant and current.
• Title page• Acknowledgements – Leave blank• Contents page: chapters, appendices, tables, figures, illustrations• AbstractSummary and outline of main findings.• IntroductionOutline scope of study and what background material will be discussed.Define abstract concepts in the contextExplain complex or technical wordsDescribe how study conducted – data collection methods used.Outline and explain order of material.State major findings.Summarise conclusion.• Literature SurveyPut your own work into context.Move from general background/standard theoretical works to more precise, recentwork relevant to your topic.Cover range of positions – not just those that agree with you.Show how existing theories/research findings illuminate your work.• Methodology(Explain approach taken and why particular methods and techniques used.Describe procedures, size of samples, methods of selection, choice of variables andcontrols, any tests of measurement etc.Mention deficiencies in methods.• ResultsPresent findings clearly.Use tables, charts, diagrams etc if appropriate.Study Skills Plus 6Highlight significant aspects of findings in text.Avoid interpretation/conclusions.• DiscussionInterpret findings.Construct a logical, consistent argument based on findings..• ConclusionSummarise main points and state any conclusions which can be drawn.Indicate how firm the conclusion isMake any recommendations.• References.• Bibliography – background reading but not cited.• Appendicese.g. blank questionnaire, transcript of interview, extended case studies, letter ofinvitation.
Follow academic conventions – be objective, tentative, structured, consistent,clearly and concisely expressed, and correctly referenced.
STRICTLY Harvard Referencing only referencing quotes with page numbers, Strictly purely academic sources only! No internet sources other than academic work available free on internet such as google scholar