OW DOES SOCIAL WORK INTERVENTION ON YOUNG PEOPLE, IN LONDON IS ANALYSED FROM A POSITIVIST PERSPECTIVE

The first part consists of:

(a) a write up of the research proposal which sets out the aims and objectives of the study; the areas of literature consulted/to be consulted; the methodology adopted and a discussion of the ethical and feasibility issues involved where appropriate; and

(b) an action plan in the form of a timetable. (500 words).



Guidance:

Review the Research Proposal you submitted for the L5 Research Approaches Unit, or the Unit you took at College, taking account of tutor feedback. Clearly this Proposal is far briefer and asks for an outline describing:

a? what it is you intend to research

a? how your proposal contributes to the existing knowledge base

a? how you intend to conduct the research (methodology)

a? what are the ethical issues of your research

a? an action plan in the form of a timetable setting out the stages of your research.

Be realistic, and factor in your other assignment commitments and when you have space to focus on your project. And stick to it!





The second part is a reflective exercise which requires you:

(a) to demonstrate awareness of the key characteristics of the different theoretical perspective(s) which you might adopt for your chosen topic;

(b) to select the most suitable perspective(s), in relation both to the topic and to your personal values; and

(c) to identify the research method(s) a the data collecting instruments most appropriate to the selected perspective(s). (1,000 words)





Referencing Requirements:

ENGLISH SHOLD BE WRTTEN IN BRITISH ENGLISH FORMAT

WORK SHOLD BE RELATED TO UK LAWS ONLY.

Writher should have a broad knowledge about social work

Social work interventions

Agencies

Positivist / evidence based

Young people 16-25

Drug dependency

Alcohol issues

Unemployment