This subject considers a research project in its wider societal context. It explores how communication research is framed by sociological, professional, economic, technological and other dynamics. The relationship aspects of research are highlighted and these paradigms are applied to the students research project.
Note: subjects may be taken in any order; all subjects include a literature review, research approaches and a presentation to faculty and peers
No offerings have been identified for this subject in 2018.
School of Communication and Creative Industries
Available only to students in the Doctor of Communication.
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