With the Master’s thesis, students show that they can
are familiar with advanced criteria of scientific work (e.g. citing AND reporting according to APA),
Be able to formulate problems and goals of an application-oriented research project,
be able to independently conduct comprehensive and structured literature/material research –
especially within the relevant specialist literature – and critically evaluate and assess literature,
be able to select an approach appropriate to the research interest (quantitative for hypothesis-testing
research interests, qualitative for hypothesis-generating research interests, and experimental (possibly based on created artefacts) for both hypothesis-generating and hypothesis-testing research interests,
be able to independently create a logical study design for their research work,
be able to independently find and apply theories (and, where appropriate, practical design
be able to use a data collection method appropriate for
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- Bail Trap by Nick Pinto
- Management Control Report
- How would you solve the moral dilemma of Janet Moore? Try to put yourself in her place. What would you decide and why? Explain the reasons for your decision carefully.
- Project purpose idea: neighborhood community board assessing the risks involved if Con Edison continues with a (specific) project. Transition Risk being the focus- economic losses from a business changing policies and production to more energy efficient methods
- Animal parts used in Fashion industry or Fashion buisness and affecting animal welfare and ethics
- Analysis of W T. Stead’s The Maiden Tribute
- Write a description or details about these two alternatives of action including their pros and cons with details and explanations.
- Animal parts/ products used in the fashion industry
- To what extent can the policy process be described as evidence-based, in your chosen policy area? In what circumstances has research been utilised by decision-makers, and why?