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LUBS5376 – Human Resource Management Dissertation

University

University of Leeds

Subject

Management

Module Code

LUBS5376
Human Resource Management Dissertation

Identify and justify a research problem.
– Evaluate competing methodological approaches (of a quantitative or qualitative nature) in a chosen research area.
– Select and justify appropriate methods of data collection.
– Plan and implement a research project.
– Critically analyse conceptual and empirical material derived from primary and/or secondary sources.
– Provide a clear presentation, analysis and interpretation of empirical findings.
– Produce a professionally presented written research project report.

Abstract 150 words
Introduction: 500 words
Literature review: 2500 words
Methodology: 1500 words
Findings and discussions: 3850 words
Conclusions: 1000 words

Introduction: 500 words
Your introduction should set out the background of your research. It should also include your research aim and the research question/questions. It also states the structure of your dissertation – what each chapter will contain.

Introduction: 500 words
Your introduction should set out the background of your research. It should also include your research aim and the research question/questions. It also states the structure of your dissertation – what each chapter will contain.

Methodology: 1500 words

Here you must set out the reasons for adopting a particular form of research. This should include the broad philosophical underpinning to your
chosen research methodology and method – so it’s the theoretical basis and actual practice of your research you need in this chapter.

Make sure you indicate your methodology for  your research on your dissertation proposal (quant/qual/mixed) so that matches your research questions.

Findings and discussions: 3850 words

Here is where you present your findings. Keep your research question in mind at all times as well as the literature that you have contextualized your research in.

Conclusions: 1000 words

The conclusions chapter offers the opportunity to summarise/review your work as a whole, reflect on achievements and recommend ways forward, e.g. practice implications.