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By Jane Stokes

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- Covers either quantitative and qualitative methods

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In any research project, it is important to ensure that you have access to the necessary resources in the planning stage. You should make sure that you can get research copies of any media artefact which constitutes your object of analysis: in other words, if you are writing about the changing representation of women in Quentin Tarantino's films, make sure you have Media and academic resources 39 access to copies of all his films before you finalize the topic. Don't make life more difficult than necessary by embarking on a project to investigate material that you might not be able to lay your hands on.

9 C o n t e n t s of a Project Proposal Started Y o u r research question A definition o f y o u r o b j e c t o f analysis A description o f y o u r p r i m a r y sources A n overview o f the secondary sources you will consult A p r e l i m i n a r y literature review indicating w h e r e your w o r k fits into the field A timescale for y o u r study S a m p l e ' i n s t r u m e n t ' such as questionnaire o r coding sheet W h a t you h o p e t o find B i b l i o g r a p h y and indication o f further reading should have come up with a question for your research project and begun to look into the available literature on the topic.

Where the object of analysis is audiences, the primary source will always be your subjects' responses. If you were interested in people's responses to the controversial campaign for the clothing company French Connection, which used the letters 'fcuk' in their campaign, your object of analysis (and your primary source) would be what your subjects actually say about these advertisements. You might use examples of the ads as prompts in focus groups or interviews, but the advertisements themselves would not comprise primary sources for your research.

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