20 Credits SPRING

Pre-requisites: LAW225 Analysing Crime Data

Aims/Description: This module develops on the earlier research methods module (Analysing Crime Data). There, students learned to manipulate and analyse data using SPSS on a computer. Here, students will work in small groups developing research ideas to form a fully developed questionnaire, which will be subsequently administered to a small general public sample via Corporate Information and Computing Systems (CICS). Thereafter, resulting data iscoded, computerised and analysed, and results written up as an individual report.

Staff Contact: WATERS JAIMIE
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Laboratory work, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work

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