- research design;
- power and ethics in the research process.
You should focus on the methodology chapter(s) of the monograph in particular but also draw examples to evidence your argument from the wider text.
Frankenberg, Ruth (1993) White Women, Race Matters: The Social Construction of Whiteness, London: Routledge
Blackshaw, Tony (2003) Leisure Life: Myth, Masculinity and Modernity, London: Routledge
Shostak, Marjorie (1990) Nisa: The Life and Words of a !Kung Woman, London: Earthscan
Skeggs, Beverley (1997) Formations of Class and Gender, London: Sage
Stacey, Jackie (1994) Stargazing: Hollywood Cinema and Female Spectatorship, London: Routledge
Length: Essays should be 5000 words in length. The total word count must be provided at the end.
Deadline: Various, according to your MA course. Please check the Postgraduate Handbook and if you are in any doubt consult your MA convenor.
Submission: Two copies of your essay must be submitted to and signed in with the Postgraduate Secretary, with a completed postgraduate cover sheet attached.
Presentation: Please use the guidelines provided in the Postgraduate Handbook. Essays should be in word-processed format if at all possible.
Caroline Wright and Christina Hughes
26 January 2004